Dell 34" Curved Monitor UltraSharp U3415W IPS WQHD LED 21:9 1000:1 HDMI DP VESA
- $636.65 after 15% OFF
- $621 after 17% OFF
Original Coupon Deal
Is this worth almost $200 more than the Xiaomi 34" considering it has a lower refresh rate? I understand it's IPS but does that make it that much better that it's worth paying more and sacrificing high refresh rate?
Cheap IPS will have a lower refresh rate than current model VA screens. But the colours and brightness might give IPS and edge.
interested too, looking for buy xiaomi, but dell has a better warranty support I guess.
Better than average color accuracy out of the box (according to Tom's HW, they say: The U3415W is so accurate in its default state that all you really need to do is adjust brightness to taste. Contrast should be left at its factory setting of 75 for best results.)
Pixel perfect policy — Dell promises that you won't get even one bright pixel, and if you do you get a full replacement.
It's a 2015 model and it shows because… MHL port? that belongs in a museum.
60hz is not great for gaming
No Freesync. Freesync was a feature that showed up only in late 2015 and this monitor probably predates it.
if you use it for gaming - then VA panel, if you use it to work and casual gamer that doesn't mind 60 fps then IPS
The Dell monitor is the go if color accuracy is important or you do a lot of text or design work where sharpness matters.
Otherwise, refresh rate is pretty crucial for a good gaming experience.
WQHD (3440x1440) resolution for anyone wondering
It’s really old, like 6/7 years old
Condition : Brand new
And Bert Newton is a brand new 82 year old…
That makes no sense.
@eraser215: That’s the point…
And only with one leg.
@RSmith: Just like this monitor
@myfeetarehappy: It's a legend…
That's the condition. Brand New - as in, unopened in a box. It's a 2015 model monitor though.
Yup. A lot of dated tech in there - on memory these fetched $1200+. Still holds up today.. but there are newer options.
Doesn't make it a bad monitor, it's just not (and never has been) a high quality gaming monitor. Dell make solid monitors though, I've got the updated model (U3419W) and it's a good quality productivity monitor.
I’ve had one since 2016 maybe. Still happy with it. Paid over $1k.
Kogan and Xiaomi cheaper 2k VA panels and higher refresh rates.
This is more for work and accurate colour. I have this and it's good for photos and general office work
Dell has much better warranty and dead/bright pixel warranty. I paid more cos didn't wanna deal with Xiaomi and Kogan returns
Nothing under 4k should be capped at 60Hz these days. When these were introduced at work 6 yrs ago they were spectacular. The market has changed a lot since then tho.