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Dell 24" USB-C Hub Monitor - P2422HE $315.19 Delivered (20% off with Student Discount) via Dell Student Purchase Program

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I've been looking for a USB-C monitor for my WFH setup and found this deal. Pretty good deal for a USB-C monitor with 65W PD.

Request your student discount code from Dell here. Educational e-mail required.

Diagonal Viewing Size : 604.70 mm (23.80 inches)
Maximum Preset Resolution : 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
Response Time : 5 ms typical (Fast) (gray to gray)
8 ms (Normal mode) (gray to gray)
Panel Type : In-Plane Switching Technology
Connectors : 1 x HDMI port version 1.4 (HDCP 1.4)
1 x DisplayPort version 1.2 (HDCP 1.4)
1 x DisplayPort (Out) with MST (HDCP 1.4)
1 x USB Type-C® upstream port (Alternate mode with DisplayPort 1.2, Power Delivery up to 65 W)
4 x SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps (USB 3.2 Gen1) downstream port
1 x RJ45 port for wired Ethernet connectivity through USB-C cable
HDCP Support : HDMI HDCP 1.4
DP HDCP 1.4
Daisy Chain is applicable to selected models : P2422HE, P2722HE

Now just need a good small mechanical keyboard to complete the setup…

EDIT: The student discount still works, just updated the expired link to the DELL monitor.

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  • Just to clarify, you can daisy chain from this monitor to any other monitor with a display port, right?

    • Yes. The specs says daisy chain is applicable only to selected models : P2422HE, P2722HE. However this guy tried daisy chain to LG monitor as 3rd screen and seems like it worked just fine. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwPhPr83VSk&t=642s) Start the video at 6:42

    • It's using display port MST tech, so anything that supports that, should work…in theory!

  • Close, need one of these USB c monitors <$300

  • Does anyone has a spare dell advantage coupon code to get 10% off this ?

  • IMHO unless you have very serious space constraints, a regular type-C hub or adapter to a HDMI monitor is better value (eg. with the 22" 1080p from Officeworks for $138).

    • +2

      Two of these monitors and a usbc laptop is an insanely slick setup, and in a business environment, reliable. 2x power cables, 1x usbc cable, 1x DP cable. Very, very slick.

      • Its definitely slick, but it's not really a bargain? I guess it has its use case though

        • Every hour a business stuffs around costs them $100+ in wages/revenue etc. For a business, more stable set-ups often does work out to be the "bargain". Granted this doesn't apply as much to home use.

    • I have a really tight space and aiming for clutter-free setup. With this monitor I can display + charge my laptop and use ethernet cable just using 1 usb-c cable.

  • How do I apply for student discount? Dell chat says no further discounts apply

    • I used this link to get the coupon code. Just enter your .edu email and a coupon code will be sent.

      • i get. "Oops something went wrong, please click on the FAQ." any clues ? my email end with .edu.au . is that the problem ?

  • Thanks for the heads up OP.
    Does anyone know if we can be "gifted" a student code, or is it tight to that educational email?
    Asking for a friend…

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