Product Comparison: Dell U2717D vs Dell U2719D
- Picture is absolutely gorgeous. These monitors replace a single Samsung 24" that's many years old at this point and the improvement is noticeable.
- This display is truly immersive, weather doing mundane office tasks or video games.
- It’s just the right amount of resolution too. 4K might be okay, but my laptop screen is almost too dense sometimes.
- Colors are accurate, the display itself is sufficiently bright, and the refresh rate is good enough for most applications.
- This monitor is probably not a good choice if you work with videos or want to watch videos on it due to slow refresh rate, so keep that in mind.
- The color accuracy is great on this thing. Good brightness and ready to go.
- Brightness and contrast have a wide range. This thing can get really bright if needed, but also looks just as great at lower settings when working at night.
- This has possibly the best screen I've ever seen. The colors look great.
- Colors are trustworthy and the almost complete lack of bezel is actually a plus over the Asus.
- Color tweaking options are comprehensive—I ended up using the Custom option with RGB turned to max. It really depends on your room's lighting and conditions.
- The bezel is extremely thin all around, about a half inch, the monitor is light and can be easily raised and lowered without adjusting any knobs or anything.
- VESA 100x100 mounting is compatible with most monitor stands/arms.
- Most of the controls are on screen – and it is fairly easy to use.
- Rotation from landscape to portrait is easy.
- The physical display adjustment/menu buttons take quite a bit of pressure to press, but considering how seldom people will be using them, it's no biggy.
- Love the size and clarity. The USB 3.0 ports are an added bonus. I use this to display my MacBook Pro retina when docked and it's fantastic. The screen is very matte.
- The HDMI, DisplayPort, and mini-DP connectors make this monitor great for laptop users who want an outboard monitor.
- This monitor comes with plenty of ports for all kinds of connections many simultaneously.
- The bad about the USB - they are all in the back. This is not convenient for swamping out USB drives, etc.
- This is a great monitor except that it has an incompatibility with the Thunderbolt/DisplayPort connection on a MacBook Pro where the screen will periodically go blank.