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Dell Releases S Series Monitors With Edge-To-Edge Glass, Varying Sizes

Dell Releases S Series Monitors With Edge-To-Edge Glass, Varying Sizes

Dell's monitors have been first in class for a long while, but it's been a bit since we've seen any major refreshes. That ends today, as Dell rolls out the new S-Series of LCDs with slimmer bezels than ever before. Available in 27”, 24”, 23” and 21.5” sizes, these new monitors are aimed at consumers and prosumers alike, with ultra-wide viewing angles, a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution, VGA / DVI / HDMI / USB ports, IPS panel technology and tiltable bases. Pricing starts at just $200 (we've come a long way since the original LCD monitor, huh?), and full specifications on each can be found below.


S2740L 27” Monitor with LED

  • 27-inch wide (69cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178°/178° (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio
  • VGA, DVI-D (HDCP), HDMI and USB ports

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S2440L 24” Monitor with LED

  • 24-inch wide (61cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
  • Vertical alignment panel technology
  • 178°/178° (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • High contrast ratio of 5000: 1 (typical)
  • 8million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio
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S2340L/M 23” Monitor with LED

  • 23-inch wide (58cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178°/178° (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8 million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio
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S2240L/M 21.5” Monitor with LED

  • 21.5-inch wide (55cm) VIS with LED backlight
  • Full High definition, 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
  • In-plane switching panel technology
  • 178°/178° (vertical/horizontal) wide viewing angle
  • 8 million:1 (typical) mega dynamic contrast ratio
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They look good, don't they?

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I remember paying 900 bucks for my first 17" CRT Monitor in the early 90's.

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Doesn't look like edge-to-edge to me. Lots of monitors out there are similar to this. Get back to me when I can buy a 30" OLED monitor, with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 and a bezel under 5mm for under 500 bucks. I want to make my gaming rig cry.

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Nice and awesome. i have no any comments about it. superb....

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