Dell U2720Q

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  • Great for productivity
  • IPS panel with good viewing angles
  • High resolution and plenty of space for multitasking
  • HDR support and wide connectivity options
  • Good color accuracy


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Dell UltraSharp U2720Q
The Dell UltraSharp U2720Q is a good 4k monitor that comes with HDR support and wide connectivity options. Like its predecessor, the Dell U2718Q, it features an IPS panel with good viewing angles, allowing you to easily share your work with colleagues. Images and text look sharp due to its high reso...
Samuel Breton
5 months ago
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God, I'd love if Apple made a mid-tier monitor
The uncertainty of the launching date and my imminent need made me buy a Dell U2720Q yesterday. Lovely screen, but I would have loved to remain in the Apple ecosystem instead.
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Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) Review
The U2720Q falls somewhere in the middle, offering good performance and color accuracy at a premium price, yet one more affordable than a full-fledged professional monitor. The Dell UltraSharp 27 4K USB-C Monitor (U2720Q) is a color-accurate 27-inch 4K display with good ergonomics, a solid port selection, and a slightly steep price tag.
Tony Hoffman
5 months ago
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Need some advice picking a dock; which one should I pick?
Getting a USB-C monitor that can do 95W, even with that optional Ethernet (use a USB-to-Ethernet adapter as a last resort?) is not common, but not mythical. edit: e.g. the Dell U2720Q I use will fit your needs, you'll also get USB3 + DP1.4.
False Advertising
The monitor itself is amazing but the pictures provided are not what you get. The pictures show 2 display ports, 1 HDMI, and 1 USB-C port. However the product I received only had 1 DisplayPort. Paying $600 you’d think you would receive what was advertised. Nope. If I didn’t need a monitor so badly r...
William Boeing
2 years ago
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/r/Monitors Bi-Weekly Purchasing Advice thread - What Monitor should I buy? IPS or VA? 1080p or 4k? etc.
Dell U2720Q vs LG 27UL850. Quite simply, for those have that researched, used or owned these monitors, is there much of a reason to spend £170 more on the Dell than the LG?
Dell UltraSharp U2720Q (2020) - For Office Work and Productivity in 4K HDR
So Overall, the Dell UltraSharp U2720Q is a good 4k monitor that supports HDR and comes with a wide variety of connectivity options.. It has great viewing angles: excellent ergonomics and a wide color gamut, although you may want to calibrate it before doing any professional work
5 months ago
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Amazing Monitor with a Few Flaws
This is display has a lot of great things, but a couple flaws keep it from being a perfect monitor, even for the price. The panel and image reproduction in 30bit sdr mode is amazing. Colors look great out of the box, but it definitely is still going to require calibration if you want to seriously us...
2 years ago
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For a regular user it's perfect
After reading a bunch of review both here and elsewhere I was quite skeptical before buying this. Everything from quality control to compatability issues. I don't game or do any kind of editing, I just needed a monitor so that 1) I'm not craning my neck and looking down at my laptop and 2) it had to...
Amazon Customer
2 years ago
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Great monitor!
As some reviewers have noticed, the picture in the product description shows 2 display ports, but if you do a little research, that picture of the bottom of the monitor is actually of a Dell UltraSharp 27 USB-C Monitor: U2719DC, which is a cheaper model that doesn't have the same resolution as the U...
Alex Lawrence-Richards
2 years ago
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Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

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Built-in Devices

USB 3.0 hub