This Dell S2722QC has a simple design that is expected from the company’s S series. Additionally, the stand neck and base top are covered with a satin silver plastic coating to give them a more polished look.
UHD â4Kâ resolution on the 27-inch screen offers tremendous flexibility for work and play. And a matte black plastic lower bezel with a silver colored trade emblem that stands out against the matte black background. The top and side bezels are two-story, and the panel border is flush with the rest of the screen, resulting in a sleek appearance. In addition, there is a thin hard plastic outer component. The On Screen Display (OSD) is controlled by buttons located under the bottom panel on the right side of the device. A power button accompanied by the signature vertical slot white power LED is also visible on this side of the case.
The display is a 27-inch (3840 x 2160) “4K” IPS UHD type panel with an anti-glare matte screen surface and a refresh rate of 60 frames per second. Adaptive-Sync is also supported, including AMD FreeSync, which has a VRR range of 40 to 60 fps. Other notable features include a static contrast ratio of 1000: 1, viewing angles of 178 Â° and 178 Â°, and 10-bit (8-bit + FRC) color output. Flicker-free WLED backlighting produces a typical peak brightness of 350 cd / m2 and a color gamut of 99% sRGB in a compact package. Low Blue Light (LBL) settings such as âComfortViewâ are included to help you relax while watching TV. The monitor is capable of responding to HDR10 content and displaying 10-bit color processing. Due to falling short of the most basic VESA DisplayHDR standard, this is a very basic HDR experience that does not require exceptionally high brightness, local dimming, or wide color gamut.
Although a gray-to-gray response time of 4ms is mentioned, overemphasizing this number is not recommended. In addition to the included bracket, which is attached in the center via a quick release mechanism, the bracket can be removed to reveal 100 x 100mm VESA holes for other mounting options. The stand has full flexibility, including height (110mm or 4.33 inches), as well as pivoting to landscape position. The ports are located at the bottom of the device and include an AC power port (with an internal power converter), two HDMI 2.0 connectors, a USB-C port (with a 65W power supply, a DP Alt mode and data upstream), a 3.5mm audio output and a USB 3.2 Gen1 port. Seen from the front, a second USB 3.2 Gen1 port with “power charging” can be located near the bottom of the display, outside the main port area for easy access – on the left side when it is seen from the rear. There are two built-in 3W speakers, as well as support for two-source PiP and PbP audio.
Detailed product information is available on the manufacturer’s website. The monitor is spotted on eBay for around US $ 380.