Dell is renewing its line of PC monitors with new choices for gamers. On the program, high frequency and curved screens.
The high-end display segment is booming in the gaming market, literally. Increasingly larger screens are now fashionable, and above all increasingly wide, until they reach an extra wide 32: 9 format at Samsung for example, and with ever higher refresh rates.
If we know a lot about screens from AOC, Acer, Asus and others, Dell is not left out with a range of gaming monitors that needs to grow. This is precisely what Dell is doing today by unveiling 4 new references.
Dell 34 Curved Gaming Monitor
The 21: 9 aspect ratio with a 34-inch diagonal has established itself as the benchmark for the general public when it comes to high-end screens for gamers. Dell announces its first reference under its own brand, after a test at Alienware: the Dell S3422DWG.
Dell brand requires, we have a general design that is rather sober, with characteristics that should interest more than one. The company promises a 34-inch screen with a WQHD definition of 3440 x 1440 pixels with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The integrated VA panel should display a color range representing 90% of the DCI-P3 spectrum, with DisplayHDR 400 certification from Vesa and Freesync Premium from AMD.
Dell announces compatibility with consoles thanks to Variable Refresh Rate, but beware, neither Xbox nor PS5 support ultrawide screens like this. It will therefore be necessary to be satisfied with a QHD image in 16: 9 format and large black bands to frame the image.
This screen will be marketed from May 27, for a price to be determined.
Dell 27 et 32 Curved Gaming Monitor
Reducing the budget a bit, Dell will soon find two other curved screens of 27 and 32 inches under the references S2722DGM and S3222DGM. Here we have a more classic 16: 9 format with a QHD 2560 x 1440 pixel definition and a refresh rate of 165 Hz. The VA panel should only cover 100% of the sRGB range here, which is fairly standard for a screen. midrange. AMD FreeSync Premium certification is once again present, as well as compatibility Variable Refresh Rate for game consoles.
Both screens will be available from June 22, at an unknown price.
Dell 25 Gaming Monitor
If curved screens are not your cup of tea, Dell offers a more classic screen, but with very interesting features. The Dell S2522HG offers a 24.5-inch Full HD IPS panel with a refresh rate of 240Hz. This allows Dell to achieve G Sync certification, in addition to AMD FreeSync Premium. The Variable Refresh Rate is still there, as well as 100% coverage of the sRGB spectrum.
The design is once again particularly sober, and we recognize the very ergonomic stand that Dell offers with its professional monitors. The screen integrates its power supply, as well as two HDMI ports and a DisplayPort. We can also see that a USB 3.0 hub is offered with the screen which is always practical to connect more peripherals to your computer.
The Dell S2522HG will be available from May 27, and pricing is again unknown at this time.