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Dell S2421HS 24" 1080p IPS 75Hz AMD FreeSync (Height and Angle Adjustable) $165.57 Delivered @ Dell AU


Device Type
LED-backlit LCD monitor - 23.8"
Adaptive-Sync Technology
AMD FreeSync
Panel Type
Aspect Ratio
Native Resolution
Full HD (1080p) 1920 x 1080 at 75 Hz
Pixel Pitch
0.2745 mm
250 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio
Response Time
4 ms (gray-to-gray extreme)
Colour Support
16.7 million colours
Input Connectors
HDMI, DisplayPort
Screen Coating
Anti-glare 3H hardness
Dimensions (WxDxH) - with stand
53.78 cm x 15.97 cm x 34.68 cm
Environmental Standards
Compliant Standards
RoHS, DisplayPort 1.2, HDCP 1.4
Bundled Services
3-Year Advanced Exchange Service and Premium Panel Exch

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  • QUT5 for futher 5% off

    • +1

      QUT5 does not work with this.

      • Probably they have changed the game. Worked well for me earlier this morning. Was hard to decide this and the 27'' QHD.

  • Lol found this when I was about the post same deal, you did beat me mate!

  • +3

    EPP2020 brings it down to $165.57

    • Thank you.. updated.

      • EPP2020 OP not EPP20 as edited! Thanks btw I've bought a few over the course of this and the last time this was around $162!

        • Have you received these? from your previous order?
          Can you comment on the quality? Someone on whirlpool has mentioned there a lot of backlight/edge bleed.

          • +2

            @alterego13: Just got them in today actually, they're aren't for my use so I only got to see it briefly. Looks pretty good bang for buck, but the usage is pretty much office work (emails, MS office), so not exactly cutting edge stuff happening on screen. I like it for the price and the adjustability of the screen is great (tilt and up/down).

            Well worth it as an office/WFH screen for a desk job.

            • @LeonC: I guess this would definitely be an upgrade to the ancient relic that is the Samsung 2333SW+ that the wife is currently using. Now to convince her she needs an upgrade…and so do I :P

  • Thanks Got one

  • This deal better or this one below better? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/572563

    • I'm waiting on the exact comparison. $113.27 v $165.57 - is the price difference really worth it?

    • +3

      The philips one cover only 68% NTSC where as the dell has 72% (99% sRGB) so the colours will be much more accurate and vibrant on the dell, if that matters to you.

    • if 3 year advanced replacement warranty is a something you care. then dell

  • My Dell Deal Monitor from last week hasn't even shipped yet.

    • +2

      mine arrived today

      • How did you go? Any feedback?

        • Happy with it. Better than I expected for the price tbh.
          Only complaint is wish I got one a little bigger

  • Key difference from the Dell 24 Monitor – S2421HN model? The adjustable stand is that it? input source?

    • Just received this model from last model. This one has HDMI + DisplayPort. I guess HN one has 2 HDMI ports.

      • How did you go? Any feedback?

        • I think this is good for general purpose usages. Picture is crisp. If i were given chance to buy again, i would probably go with bigger screen, as i have poor vision.

  • How long will this deal be valid for? Getting paid on 15th

    • +1

      on the Dell page it says "Offer ends Thu, 15 Oct 2020", but may be only referring to the "SUPER30" coupon

  • Thanks! Been holding out for a IPS 24” with at least 75hz, this one ticks all the boxes.

  • Just placed my order for 2 of these for side by side use!

  • The customer service process at Dell is an absolute nightmare. I wanted to ask a simple question but they can't even answer that question until they have verified my purchase with an order number that cannot be found on my receipt.

    Anyway, I'm looking to connect two Dell monitors to my Lenovo USB 3.0 Prodock. On the prodock, there's a slot for displayport and a DVI port (24 pin type I think). I have a HDMI to Displayport cable which I can use for one of the two monitors. My simple question was, do I just need to get a HDMI to DVI port cable to connect the second monitor? Does the cable need to be "bi-directional" or can somebody provide a link please??

    • I got this monitor and it has a display port and a hdmi port so you'll just need a HDMI (connected to monitor side) to DVI port (dock side) to connect up the second monitor. As long as both sides are "male".

      • Lucky you got yours, my order just got pushed back to December… Ordered on the 8th Oct…