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Dell Ultrasharp U2719DX 27-Inch WQHD 2560x1440 Resolution IPS Monitor with Infinity Edge Bezels, Black

Price:PKR. 133,200.00 /

Asin: B07KGR784M
Product weight: 0 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 0 x 7.09 x 20.48 inches
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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) See details in striking clarity. With QHD (2560x1440) resolution, you'll get 1.77 times more details than full HD Your Ultra sharp monitor is factory calibrated at 99% RGB Coverage to an accuracy of delta-e less than 2, for precise hues right out of the box See consistent, vibrant colors across a wide viewing angle enabled by In plane switching (IPS) Technology. Power Consumption (On mode):26 W 3 year Warranty 60 hertz

Standing screen display size
‎27 Inches
Max Screen Resolution
‎QHD wide 3440 x 1440 Pixels
Item model number
Item Weight
‎13.14 pounds
Product Dimensions
‎24.1 x 7.09 x 20.48 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH
‎24.1 x 7.09 x 20.48 inches
‎Dell Marketing USA, LP
Date First Available
‎November 13, 2018
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2019

Review:Edit: I liked it enough to buy a second and spelling considerations. Update: the second unit has wildly inconsistent backlighting, colors, and bleed. I have ordered up a replacement and hope it's a fluke. Update again: The third monitor, although having the worst looking calibration sheet of the three is perceptually the same as the first. Uniform backlit and glow, no backlight bleed what so ever. Fwiw, the Dell box in the Amazon box for the second monitor looked like it had been roughed up a fair bit before Amazon sent it out the me. The first and third Dell boxes looked much better and maybe the second one was a fluke do to rough handling before it ended up in my hands. It is impossible to say but for what it is worth I now have two perfect copies of the U2719DX and am quite happy. Update 02-03-2019: This will be the last update unless something goes terribly wrong. I am still very happy with the monitors. One thing I noticed vs the Asus panels is that when cold, the asus panels' backlight generate a bit of light flickering for the first 20-30 seconds of wake from sleep/power on. These Dells do not. Again, they are not gaming monitors but they have very lovely color and consistency and I think would make for a nice budget photo or video editing display or a quality additional monitor where adaptive sync is not a concern. Using them as surround displays to a Gsync main, some tearing and lag is perceptible (Assasin's Creed Odyssey, Deus Ex Mankind Divided, Trackmania Turbo, etc) but not enough to make them unsuitable for an nVidia surround option for that expanded field of view. In non fast paced gaming, there are no issues to this end (Civilization series, Xcom series, etc) Update 04-11-2019: I just used the USB ports on the second of these monitors where one has always had at least one port in use. The second monitor's powersupply generates a 12KHz whine whenever any device is plugged in where the Asus PG279Q and the other of these U2719DX displays does not. It is quite audible but not enough for me to bother RMAing at this point. Probably will try towards the end of the warranty period. To keep it brief, I only have a few different monitors for frame of reference: Asus PG279Q, Asus PG279QZ, the TN 120hz gsync panel on my Alienware 17r4, the OLED panel on my Alienware 13 R3. Does it have the viewing angles, contrast, or colors of the OLED laptop display? No. It is at least the equal of the IPS Asus panels in those regards. It does not exhibit those panels' annoying green casting of black verticle text elements on white backgrounds and with informal testing seems much, much closer to truly neutral in grays out of the box than my best efforts to tune the PG279Q/z. Despite being 60Hz refresh rate using a Displayport certified Club3d cable it doesn't suffer for non 3d gaming motion perceptual smoothness in video playback or motion of mouse from Logitech G Pro wireless mouse at any DPI setting I use (between 400 dpi and 10k). I wouldn't suggest picking this up as a first person shooter monitor, I tried gaming on it and on where I dominate (relatively) on the Gsync 144hz PG279Q, I get fragged and miss a lot of shots I simply make on the Dells. Last note here is this monitor's bezels are about two-thirds the effective thickness of the Asus "bezeless" and almost completely flush vs the very obvious lip on said Asus panels. The U2719DX looks much classier off, on, and only gives up frame rate and Gsync support to the much pricier PG279Q displays. There was a calibration sheet from the factory and it looks dead on. It has its power converter built in so all you need is an IEC C13 cable for power (included in box with HDMI and USB 3.1 generation 1 A to B cables but no DP cable). The headphone output is enough to drive some Shure SRH-1840 headphones to uncomfortable levels but the amp and DAC on board won't replace a quality desktop solution from the usual parties but is more than enough in quantity and quality to satisfy those who 'checked out' at DAC. That said, it sounds better with my very low impedance Shure SE846 iems fwiw and better still from the SE535. I did not use the included base assembly as this display is on a VESA 100x100 mount. It does not support 75x75 natively fwiw. Like everything else common to the package and display itself Dell thoughtfully had the base and accessories intelligently packed in a single box that also serves as the transit protection for the back side of the monitor. It lifts out very easily to reveal the panel assembly itself and goes right back in to the box at the same height allowing you to easily keep all accessories in the transit carton secured as they were when they left the factory. Asus should take notes here. I have retained those boxes in case of RMA or future sale and they take up approximately 4 times the volume while not securing unused bits nearly as tidily. All in all I am very happy with the product for the price charged. Read more

S. Konrad
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019

Review:I had high hopes for this monitor. I read a lot of reviews, and the reviews for the Ultrasharp models, which are considered Dell's premium line, are usually pretty good. So I was really disappointed when I got the monitor. Initial impressions are very good, the monitor looks nice and seems to check all the boxes. But negatives: - My monitor has a cluster of dead pixels at the bottom right corner. Any basic quality control in the factory should hav e spotted that. - IPS glow on this monitor seems pretty bad compared to other monitors I owned. - But the worst part is the shadows creeping into the picture at the bottom of the screen. I use my taskbar on the side, and it's very noticeable on light background. Dell even has a document acknowledging this issue due to the thin bezels of the monitor. You will find the document when googling for “U2717D shadows”, applies to the U2719DX as well. Read more

Nick Norelli
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019

Review:I was excited to upgrade from a 5 year old 27" (1080p) Dell monitor to this 1440p ultrasharp and my initial impression was positive because I liked the aesthetic of the monitor. It had a very thin bezel, which was nice since I was using it as a second display for my 5k iMac, but once I turned it on I noticed a glare that I couldn't shake no matter how dark I made my office. I switched my desktop background to black and noticed significant back light bleeding in each of the four corners. It was much more than I have experienced with any of the previous Dell monitors I have owned. After reading other reviews I didn't want to even bother replacing this one. I simply returned it for a refund and will be looking for another monitor. Read more

Albert G.
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2019

Review:The monitor is great but the bezels displayed in these promotional images are all lies. The size of the side and top bezels are the same exact size of the bottom bezel with the Dell logo, so keep that in mind. My desk is a tad bit shaky and because the monitor is more lightweight and the mechanism for moving it from left to right isn't as rigid as on the Dell u2414h, there is noticeable monitor shake (but little to nothing when typing). Keep these in mind when buying it. I still think it's a better deal than the Dell u2717d which is currently priced about $50 less on Amazon (for ~ $350) and $450 on Dell's website (which is the same $450 price for the u2719dx on Dell's website. Honestly, this monitor is still a bit overpriced. I think a good price range for this monitor is in the $250 - $325 range. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2019

Review:This monitor is great. I have had it only a few days, but I am not seeing any of the problems that others have commented on (no dead pixels; no dark spot near the bottom). I used a DisplayPort connector rather than the HDMI cable that came with the monitor. The quality of the monitor is very good. I use it primarily for text and data and the monitor displays these very clearly (I have the text scaled to 150% which is the computer 'recommended'). That seems fine. Overall, I am very happy with the monitor. Is it expensive? Yes, of course. You can certainly buy cheaper monitors that are good, too. But, is it good? Very much so. I'm very happy with my purchase. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019

Review:I never wrote a monitor review, nor have I owned many in my life, so bare with me. Previously to this monitor I was using a 27in 1080p monitor from bestbuy, with my macbook air hooked up to it. I could not read on it long without my eyes hurting and feeling like I was seeing double. I finally decided to build a PC and get a 4k monitor. Thankfully I did research and found out windows 10 would scale better with 1440p. So I ended up getting this monitor despite the fact there was only 2 reviews (the 2015 model had tons of great reviews though). I can finally do my programming assignments for hours on end without seeing double and league of legends looks incredible now in high settings and 1440p. (Was playing at low with 1080p). Tldr ; I dont know to much technical details with monitors but this is an IPS monitor and is very good for productivity and light gaming, gamers should shoot for a monitor with higher refresh rate. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 12, 2021

Review:Very disappointed, and definitely the last Dell product I’ll ever own. I purchased two of these monitors on recommendation, to run with my work PC and also my new M1 Mac Mini. Upon unboxing and setup the monitors look great, but after only 20 minutes of using photoshop on my Mac, I was left with HORRIBLE screen retention (see image attached, looks like burn in). I tested on the second monitor and after 10 minutes of photoshop left on screen, same issue with that monitor. It goes away over time but this is extremely ugly as someone who’s trying to design I can’t have images burned into my screen every 10 minutes. Using HDMI to HDMI and USB-c to Mini display rendered the same result, therefore not a cable issue. Tested the Mac Mini with my HP work monitors (HDMI) and no issues at all. After some reading it seems this is a hit or miss Dell issue with Macs. Pretty pathetic. Monitors are being returned now. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 22, 2021

Review:Deserves the name ultra sharp. Read more

Norm D.

Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 3, 2020

Review:I like the size. The color seems to have a yellow tinge. My wife looked at the screen & complained that is was yellow Read more

Clement B

Date:Reviewed in Canada on June 8, 2021

Review:tres content du produit, ultra fin Read more

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