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Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black

Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black

Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black
$ 333.00

Score By Feature

Based on 892 ratings
Durability
9.18
Quality of material
8.98
Picture quality
8.78
Brightness
8.58
Value for money
8.52
For gaming
7.70

OveReview Final Score

How Our Score Is Calculated

Product Description

With striking clarity, see even the smallest details. When it comes to QHD (2560x1440), you have one. Full HD has 77 times more detail
For precise hues right out of the box, your Ultra sharp monitor is factory calibrated at 99% RGB coverage and an accuracy of delta-e less than 2.
Thanks to In Plane Switching (IPS) Technology, you can enjoy vibrant, consistent colors across a wide viewing angle. (On mode): 26
Garantie of 3 years
The speed at 60 Hz

Questions & Answers

What are the features of this monitor? Is it Versa mount compatible?

VESA holes of 100 mm are available on the Dell U2719DX monitor, so the display can be mounted to several surfaces.

Monitors are available in three variations: (hdmi cable), u2719d (dp cable) and u2719dc (USB A USB-type c and DPI cable is included). What other differences do you notice?

You are basically correct, according to my understanding: the -D version is the standard, and the same ports as the DX, but it is integrated with a DisplayPort port. The -DX has the same ports as the -D but a HDMI cable included.
No video can be taken into the computer through USB-C/Thunderbolt. Video cannot be taken in with USB-C or Thunderbolt.
The -DC features multiple ports, including a USB-C video input and output. You should be cautious about desktop video cards because most do not have USB-C video outs. Thanks to its HDMI and DP connections, this still supports entertainment. The only cable I am not sure they may include beyond the USB-C cable is the USB-A to USB-C cable.

What kind of USB-C port does this display have?

Currently, this laptop does not have a USB Type C port.

Stacking multiple monitors vertically and touching each other edge to edge, can the depth of the beveled bottom edges between monitors make it difficult to use control buttons?

The top monitor should be flipped 180 degrees so that the top bezel is in line with the top bezel, and the screens should be as close to one another as possible.

Selected User Reviews For Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black

mark of the quality LCDs that Dell has been able to gain a reputation for
5/5

Editing: It was good enough for me to buy a second copy, and I took spelling into account. With regards to the second unit, the backlighting, colors, and bleed are all wildly inconsistent. *Update again: I am ordering a replacement and hope it is not just a fluke. Although it has the worst looking calibration sheet of the three, it is still perceived as being similarly good as the first. It has a uniform backlight with no backlight bleed of any kind. Regarding the second monitor, the Dell box that was in the Amazon box looked pretty roughed up when it arrived at my house. Dell boxes were better on the first and third occasions, and may have been a fluke due to rough handling before it ended up in my hands on the second occasion. Although it is impossible to say for sure, for what it is worth I now have two perfect copies of the U2719DX and am quite happy. The last product update will be this one unless an unforeseen problem arises. The monitors are still working well for me. The one difference I noticed between the Asus and Asus panels is that when the asus panels are cold, the backlight flickers for the first 20-30 seconds after they are waking up from sleep/powering up. There is no such software on these Dells. However, they are not gaming monitors, but they have beautiful color rendition and consistency, so I think they would be an excellent video editing or photo editing monitor, or even a quality additional monitor when adaptive sync is not an issue. In games that use Gsync as the main display, some tearing and lag can be noticed (Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Deus Ex Mankind Divided, Trackmania Turbo, etc), but not to make them incompatible with an nVidia surround display. The problem is not present in non-fast paced games (e. g. , Civilization series, Xcom series). On the second of these monitors, there has always been at least one USB port used, so I just used these ports. There is a 12KHz whine that comes out of the second monitor's power supply when the power is plugged in, which does not come out of the Asus PG279Q or the other of these U2719DX displays. The noise is quite audible, but not in such a way that I want to RMA the device. I'll try toward the end of my warranty period.
I only have a few monitors to refer to. I have an Alienware 17R4 with TN 120Hz Gsync. However, my Alienware 13 R3 has an OLED display. Does this offer the same colors, contrast, or viewing angles as There is no doubt that it is at least the same quality as the IPS Asus panels. As a result, this panel does not exhibit the annoying green tint that is cast by those panels on black verticle text elements on white backgrounds, and out of the box it is much closer to being truly neutral in grays than PG279Q/z under tuning. With a Displayport certified Club3d cable, as long as it is a 60Hz refresh rate, motion perception felt in video playback or the motion of a Logitech G Pro wireless mouse does not suffer at any DPI setting I choose (from 400 to 10000). As a first person shooter monitor, I suggest not buying this product, because on the areas I dominate (relatively) on the 144hz Dell PG279Q, I have difficulty playing on this monitor and miss a lot of shots I can take on it. It is also worth noting at this point that this monitor's bezels are about two-thirds the thickness of the Asus "bezeless" units and are almost flush with the screen, as opposed to the Asus panels with a very obvious lip. U2719DX looks classier both off and on and only gives up a few frame rates and Gsync features to the much higher costing PG279Q displays. *There was a calibration sheet from the factory and it looked perfect. a built-in power converter, so all you need is an IEC C13 power cable I did not use the included base assembly because this display is on a VESA 100x100 mount. I found it to sound better with my low impedance Shure SE846 iems, but good enough from my SE535. The program does not support native 75x75, according to my research. The base and accessories are cleverly packed together in a single box that acts as the transit protection for the backside of the monitor, but also acts as an element of the package. With this panel assembly, it can be popped out very easily and then it can be popped right back in at the same height in the shipping carton, allowing all accessories in the box to remain secure after shipping. This is a lesson that Asus needs to learn. The boxes I kept in case of an RMA or future sale take up approximately four times the volume, however, they do not act as a tidy storage method for unused parts. As a result, I am very pleased with the product for the price.

Ayaan Crawford
Ayaan Crawford
| Feb 18, 2021
Sorry for the disappointment
3/5

It was a monitor I was expecting a lot from. According to the reviews I read, the UltraSharp models, which are Dell's premium line of laptops, usually receive pretty good reviews. Therefore, I was disappointed when I got the monitor. . . .

Initial impressions are good, the monitor looks nice and seems to check all the boxes. The factory should have checked that. - The IPS glow on this monitor seems pretty bad compared to other monitors I've owned. - But the worst part is the shadows creeping into the picture at the bottom. It's quite visible on a light background since I place my taskbar on the side. There is even a document by Dell acknowledging this issue due to the thin screen bezels. Search for “U2717D shadows” if you want to find the document, it also applies to U2719DX.

Julissa Santos
Julissa Santos
| May 14, 2021
An extensive amount of bleeding has occurred in the backlight
3/5

As an enthusiast of a new monitor, I was excited to upgrade from a five year old 27" (1080p) Dell monitor to an ultrasharp 1440p monitor. My initial impression was very positive because I liked the design. In terms of its design, I liked how thin the bezel was, which was great as a second display for my 5k iMac, but I noticed a lot of backlight bleeding once it was turned on. I switched my desktop background to black and noticed much more backlight bleeding. The Dell monitor I owned before this one has provided far more than what I have received from any other Dell monitor. Since I had already read other reviews about this, I wasn't inclined to replace it. The monitor was returned for a refund and I am in the process of finding another one.

Stetson McClure
Stetson McClure
| Feb 16, 2021
The monitor is great, but the advertisements for the bezels are false
3/5

Despite the fact that the monitor is fantastic, it is being sold with deceptive bezels in these promotional images. You need to keep in mind that the size of the side and top bezels is same as the size of the bottom bezel with the Dell logo. It shakes a little bit on my desk, and because this monitor is lighter and the adjusting mechanism for it to move left to right isn't as rigid as the Dell u2414h, there is noticeable screen shake when typing (but not much when it moves). While purchasing it, be sure to keep these things in mind. The range of prices for this monitor seems to be between $250 and $325.

Noah Beard
Noah Beard
| Jan 19, 2021
I like this monitor a lot
5/5

Using this monitor is a great experience. Only a few days into it, but so far I haven't seen any of the problems others have mentioned (namely dead pixels or smeared lines. Near the bottom, there is no dark spot). Instead of using the HDMI cable that came with the monitor, I connected it with a DisplayPort connector. I am very satisfied with the quality of the monitor. It is primarily used for text and data, and I am able to see these clearly on the monitor (I have it scaled to 150%, which is what the computer recommends). All of that seems fine to me. I am very satisfied with the monitor in general. Does it cost a lot? Of course it does. The good news is that you can find cheap monitors that are still effective. The question is, is it good for us? In a word, yes. Purchase went smoothly, and I am very happy with it.

Bridget Barrera
Bridget Barrera
| Apr 18, 2021
(TLDR included)
5/5

So glad I purchased it. It may be difficult to comprehend, but I have never reviewed a monitor before, nor have I owned many in my life. In addition to this monitor, I was previously using a 27in 1080p monitor from Best Buy along with my macbook air. The screen hurt my eyes and I felt as though I was seeing double. I could not read with it for long without my eyes hurting. After much hesitance, I finally decided to get a 4k monitor and build a PC. As a result of my research, I learned that Windows 10 would perform better at 1440 resolution. Therefore, I did not pay much attention to reviews and I still bought this monitor despite the fact that there was only one review (the 2015 model had tons of great reviews). It's finally possible to do my programming assignments for hours on end without seeing double, and League of Legends looks amazing in 1440p with high settings. (Playing the game at low quality with 1080p). It is an IPS monitor and is very good for productivity and light gaming. Gamers should aim for a monitor with more refresh rate as it will be better for gaming.

Laila Suarez
Laila Suarez
| Jun 27, 2021

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