Product Comparison: Dell S2716DGR vs Dell (S2719DGF)
- It's hard to find a good 144Hz G-Sync display for a similar price, so I'm inclined to rate it highly.
- An excellent monitor: extremely smooth in play and with crisp colors.
- Great value for a 144Hz 1440p monitor. Small bezels.
- The 1440p resolution for this size is ideal, it provides very good image quality due to its high ppi.
- The 144Hz combined with the g-sync and an nvidia card is the smoothest you'll be able to try.
- Viewing Angles are absolutely crazy good, unless you are seriously nitpicky, the viewing angle get worse when looking at it from the bottom.
- Pretty good colors to be tn, with a little bit of black bleeding like all TN.
- Excellent gaming monitor, tn panel but with a slight calibration on the nvidia panel looks great.
- Colors were washed out and it was too bright.
- The color is not as bright or sharp compare to IPS panel.
- Very nice, stylish and sober monitor, unlike similar gaming products.
- The frames are very thin and the panel adjustments are wide.
- For video games it is excellent with impressive image quality and with G-sync it is even better.
- Its design and construction are good, Dell makes good monitors and its after-sales service is excellent.
- Good cable management stand; I can hide the cable through pass-through hole and down under my desk. It looks nice and neat.
- Included cable was fully functional and supported 144Hz with no issues.
- Useful USB hub ; This is really great because I'm about to run out of USB port and I didn't really want to use front USB port for aesthetic.
- The monitor comes with a good quality DisplayPort cable, which is the preferred way to connect it.
- Easy to connect and hook up. Great connectors.
- The USB ports on my device are spotty, my headphones that are connected via usb. Every ten seconds or so the signal will just cut out, after 2 seconds the music comes back.