|Standing screen display size||27 Inches|
|Resolution||4K 3840 x 2160 Pixels|
|Item model number||U2720QM|
|Package dimensions||82.04 x 45.47 x 15.49 cm; 5 Kilograms|
Dell U2720QM 27 Inch UltraSharp 4K UHD, IPS Ultra-Thin Bezel Monitor (HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C), VESA Certified, Silver, Black
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- Experience true color and captivating details on this 27” 4K monitor with a wide color coverage, including 95% DCI-P3
- Single cable USB-C delivers up to 90W of power while transmitting data and video signals.
- Work efficiently with improved Dell Display Manager, a fully adjustable stand and virtually borderless InfinityEdge.
- Visually stunning: Experience outstanding color gradient and precision in more shades on this VESA DisplayHDR 400 monitor with a color depth 1.07 billion colors and high contrast ratio of 1300:1.
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Experience outstanding color gradient and precision in more shades on this VESA DisplayHDR 400 monitor with a color depth 1.07 billion colors and high contrast ratio of 1300:1
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The monitor began exhibiting screen retention issues approximately 15 days after I received it. This included flashing of the display and a ghost image of Slack that would not go away despite plugging and unplugging my 2020 MacBook Pro into it.
Additionally the monitor will occasionally fail to successfully connect its USB hub through the included cable. While I will see my computer on the monitor, I cannot access of my peripherals until I reboot. It is currently unclear whether this is an issue with the monitor itself, or with MacOS, or some combination thereof. However it is frustrating.
I filed a warranty claim with Dell and the support rep put in a request to have a replacement shipped to me. I had to fill out a form to transfer the warranty from Amazon to me. I have documentation confirming it was successful, but support then denied the warranty claim saying I had to contact the seller. I contacted Amazon chat support and they told me to contact email@example.com which is an address that does not exist nor receives mail. I did eventually find firstname.lastname@example.org but that address has not responded to me either.
If you choose to buy this item, you should purchase it from Dell directly. However I would recommend looking at similar models from other manufacturers.
After using my faulty item for another couple weeks with my M1 MacBook Pro I was able to use the built in "LCD conditioning" tool to fix the screen retention issues. The default configuration for the monitor connects using USB 2.0 and this appears to be a root cause of the USB issues above. Updating the configuration in the monitor to use USB 3 (HBR 3) seems to have remedied the issue of USB devices not connecting the majority of the time. This does not excuse the support issues above, and I continue to battle with a incorrect resolution on monitor wake issue I can fix by unplugging and re-plugging the device in, but am upping this to two stars on the grounds the situation has improved.
1. Quality is good, (I liked Aces UHD a bit better) but this one has 2 USB-Cs
2. Easy to rotate the monitor vertically.
3. You got to use the cable provided to you by Dell. My previous USB-C cables from Apple did not work (probably a lower version)
The buttons on the bottom of the monitor are difficult to press and the monitor connections are difficult to get to. It would be better if they were off-set, especially when mounting on a VESA mount. These are expensive and I am not sure they are any better than a $300 monitor.
I have a dell 34" curved at work and the fonts are not as near sharp as this. This is where the PPI is so important. Even the dell 32" flat screen the next size up from this has less ppi. This 27" is perfect for the money. I got lucky on timing that it just happen to be at an all time low of $546.
Rtings rates this as one of their best 4K monitors out there. Some people have noted some issues with it. Well now days what don't we have issues with when it comes to technology? It's sad but true no matter how much you spend there will be issues. You just have to pick what you can live with. I have only been running this a couple days so who knows what the future holds but for now this thing rocks!
Do your own research as always. Just remember to take user reviews with a grain of salt. No everyone can be pleased. Some will say the thing sucks just because of the brand. Compare the specs. Thats where you will find the truth about what you are looking at.
If you buy based on reviews then buy this one. The colors pop, the brightness is awesome and the clarity of the text will blow you away. Looking at my old iMac display is so disappointing now. Good luck with your endeavor!