Dell 27 LED Backlit LCD Monitor SE2719H IPS Full HD 1080p, 1920x1080 at 60 Hz HDMI VGA, Black
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No, there isn't a camera built into this monitor.
In comparison to 1080p, 4K has a higher resolution. These are still high-definition monitors, so text will be crisp.
Any Value Village or Salvation Army has dozens of HDMI cables and MORE, not just the cheap ones that are all under a buck, but you can also find the good ones. Don't be too proud to go in there because they have tons of %2 that people pay way too much for in excellent condition
Selected User Reviews For Dell 27 LED Backlit LCD Monitor SE2719H IPS Full HD 1080p, 1920x1080 at 60 Hz HDMI VGA, Black
picture of high quality At home, I have a 4K monitor, and I work with a 2K monitor. I bought this monitor from Dell for my wife to use at home with her laptop. While the display's quality isn't up to 4K standards (as expected), I was pleasantly surprised by how clear and sharp the screen image was once I connected it and turned it on. This is a fairly basic, no-frills monitor, which is reflected in the price. The only connections (aside from the power cord) are HDMI and VGA, as shown in the description photo. It does not have any built-in speakers. br>br>It came with a VGA cable but no HDMI cable, which surprised me but wasn't a big deal because I already have more than I'll ever need. br>br>While the monitor's height cannot be adjusted, the screen can be tilted up and down. br>br>It is extremely light-weight. wise, and the base occupies a minimal amount of space, which is a plus. The thin bezel is appealing to me because it eliminates the need for a monitor stand. It was very easy to set up. br>br> The post snaps into the back of the monitor while it's still in the box with a built-in screw that you tighten by hand, and then you simply remove it from the box and connect the cables. It's important to note that the mount isn't VESA-compliant; it's a one-of-a-kind design. br>br>It arrived in good condition and was well packaged (a box inside a box). br>br>I gave it five stars because it is exactly what I expected it to be: a basic monitor with a high-definition resolution All I needed was an HDMI connection to connect to the screen, which is surprisingly sharp and meets my needs perfectly. Although the lack of an HDMI cable was surprising, it was not a deal breaker for me. br>br>I hope this review has been of assistance. . . . As we use it more, I'll update it if anything changes. Thank you for taking the time to read this!.
To be honest, there isn't much to say about the screen because it is flawless; it could almost pass for a photograph. I do want to point out that the viewing angle is so wide that there is no color or image shifting even when looking at it completely from the side edge on. I do watch video on it from time to time (Amazon Prime Video, NetFlix, etc. ) and it's as if I'm watching TV. I don't use it for gaming (I don't play shooters or Grand Theft Auto), so I can't comment on it. The specs appear to be adequate, but gamers are notoriously picky about bleeding, ghosting, and other issues, so there isn't much to say. I'll say that blacks are very black, which I like better than the funky dark brown/green/blotchy/yuk stuff. br>br>I had a SE2717H (previous model of this one) that died after being on 24 hours a day, seven days a week for more than two years. My other SE2717H is still going strong, and it's right beside this one. The picture quality is excellent, and I appreciate the IPS screen, which allows me to work without straining my eyes. I only buy IPS now, and I only recommend it to others. There are slightly better technologies available now, but they are not for the money, particularly MY money. br>br>Screen height is the same as the previous model, so they fit nicely next to each other; however, because it is not adjustable up and down and only tilts front to back, it must be matched in hit to, not adjusted to match another monitor. Due to the lack of VESA mounting holes on the back, it must be mounted on the desk. This one's bezel is paper thin (about 1/2" on the SE2717), but due to the black edge on the panel itself, it appears to be just under 1/4". For $139. You can't go wrong with $99 and next-day delivery. The only difference between the two is that one is connected to my PC via VGA, while the other is connected via HDMI. When I switched the cables, the small difference vanished. The older model is on the left and has been on for two years, while the newer model is on the right. br>br>Packaging consisted of a Dell box nested inside a larger Amazon box, with additional padding around the Dell box. I adore my Amazon delivery men because the packages always arrive in perfect condition. I have MS and now work solely from home, with Amazon delivering my packages. I can't sing their praises highly enough. br>br>Ordered on Sunday and received by 9 a. m. Monday at 8:00 a. m. It arrived just in time for me to connect it in place of the deceased one and begin my day. I'm blown away. I didn't think it would happen until later in the evening.
I was really looking forward to getting this new monitor to replace my old second monitor until I tried to get it to work. I connected it and set it up. The VGA cable was connected to the computer (a 27-inch iMac running Windows 10 in Bootcamp) as follows: "There is no signal," is the only thing that comes to mind. "br>br>"br>"br>"br>"br>"br>"br>"br>"br> So, just in case it was a faulty VGA cable out of the box, I replaced the one that came with the monitor with one that I knew would work with my computer. Sorry, Charlie, but I'm afraid you're out of luck there as well. Try number three: br>br> Let's take a look at what happens when an HDMI cable is connected to a Thunderbolt port. It's Chinatown, so forget about it. br>br>Experiment with number four: Let's take a look at what happens on the MacOS side of things (High Sierra). Perhaps it's a peculiarity of Windows 10. Sucker. br>br>Experiment with number five: Let's see if upgrading to the most recent MacOS (Mojave) solves the issue. We've got a problem in Houston. Oh, and the upgrade to Mojave also roached the Windows partition, so I've got that going for me as well. br>br>In every case, the desktop fails to detect that the monitor is connected. br>br>While I was trying to reassemble my desktop, I plugged it into my Macbook running Windows 7, and lo and behold, there is light! Indeed, the monitor functions properly, indicating that (a) the cable is in good working order, (b) the monitor is in good working order, and (c) there's no reason why it shouldn't function as an external monitor for my iMac. br>br>I'm going to give it one more shot before packing it up and returning it to Amazon.
However, a 27" monitor from those brands is expensive, so I decided to take a chance on this purchase because it was $100 less than the one I was considering. I'm not/wasn't let down! I couldn't have asked for a better picture quality. All of my personal computing needs are met by it; However, because I don't play games, I can't comment on their quality, but everything else is a winner.