Dell has announced four gaming monitors, three of which are curved, will be available in the US between late May and late June. Unfortunately, they haven’t shared prices for them yet, but the company says they all support AMD FreeSync Premium or Premium Pro, as well as Variable Refresh Rate (VRR). The latter will not receive any promised VRR updates.) This feature limits screen tearing as the frame rate will adjust due to traffic or optimization.
To begin with, the company offers a 34-inch ultra-curved gaming monitor (pictured above, model S3422DWG) with an 1800R curve that won’t encapsulate your peripheral vision as a curved 1000R Odyssey G9 monitor. This Samsung special will be released first in China on May 7, then North America on May 27 and finally on June 22 in Asia Pacific. It has a WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution, VA display with a 144Hz refresh rate.Dell says it has DisplayHDR 400, although that’s not the spec you should be looking for to get a bright and vibrant HDR picture. This model supports 90 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
Dell is also making a 32-inch curved QHD gaming monitor (Model S3222DGM) with a VA panel with a 165Hz refresh rate and a 2ms response time. The curvature of the 1500R is slightly more than the 1800R 32 inches.Both will be available in China on May 7 and will be available worldwide on June 22.
It might look something like the last picture above. But the fourth monitor announced today may especially appeal to those with Nvidia graphics: a 24.5-inch, non-bendable FHD gaming monitor (model S2522HG) with a G-Sync-compatible IPS panel in addition to FreeSync Premium. Featuring a 240Hz refresh rate and a 1ms response time, this one will be released in China on May 7 and will be available in other regions on May 27.
As usual, each new Dell monitor has a stand that supports full range of motion including height, swivel, pivot and tilt adjustments.