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DELL U2713HM OWNERS CLUB

Specification and Features

"Cinema-like clarity shines on the expansive 27" Dell UltraSharp U2713HM monitor. Comfort settings and connectivity options help keep you productive. WQHD resolution and accurate colors out of the box: Superb clarity with 2560 x 1440 resolution and over 3.6 million pixels. Features a color gamut of more than 99-percent sRGB. Excellent comfort and usability: Full adjustability including swivel, tilt, height adjustability and pivot which lets you easily switch to portrait mode. Eco-friendly design: Compliant with the latest environmental standards and made using environmentally conscious materials."


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Reviews

CNET Reviews - "The U2713HM is the perfect choice for those looking for a 27-inch extreme definition monitor with great ergonomic support, useful features, and wide range of connections. Also, games and movies look great on it."
TFT Central - "All in all we were impressed by the new 27" screen from Dell. It made a lot of positive improvements and offered the kind of all round performance you'd want from any screen. Certainly a very good new addition to the Dell range."
AnandTech - "Dell has a wonderful blend of features and performance in the U2713HM, and while not the value leader in 27” displays, this might be my favorite overall model in this category right now."
PRAD - "All in all, the U2713HM has no need to hide behind the highly praised U2711– the newcomer can match its performance in many areas. In terms of power consumption, it is clearly ahead thanks to its LED technology. Only for professional graphics editing outside of sRGB is the U2711 the better choice due to its more extensive colour space."

If you are unsure on whether you want to purchase this monitor I highly recommend you give these pages a read, specifically the TFT Central and PRAD reviews. Both go very in depth.

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Is this the monitor that's been on sale a couple times recently?

how are these for gaming?


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Is this the monitor that's been on sale a couple times recently?

how are these for gaming?
It is.
They are very good for gaming, very similar to the Asus PB278Q, ViewSonic VP2770 and other 1440p monitors.


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It is.
They are very good for gaming, very similar to the Asus PB278Q, ViewSonic VP2770 and other 1440p monitors.

Did you just get one? Impressions? Performance hit?


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Did you just get one? Impressions? Performance hit?
I've had mine for a couple of weeks now. It's absolutely amazing, everything I do is now improved but especially gaming. The colours and contrast are just miles ahead of any TN 1080p monitor, 1440p has nearly 80% more pixels than 1080p so the detail is incredible. The performance hit isn't too bad, I can still play most games at max settings.


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haha at last we have a club smile.gif

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Looking good AndyM95. Love the fact you used a form to collect data. I know I have missed quiet a few on the 1440P forum. Going to add that tonight.

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Yeah, I was surprised there wasn't one already. It's been out for a while.
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Looking good AndyM95. Love the fact you used a form to collect data. I know I have missed quiet a few on the 1440P forum. Going to add that tonight.
Thanks! It makes it much easier than having to trawl through posts to find people, once it picks up I guess that could get tricky.


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