Dell SE2719HR Review: 27″ IPS Gaming Monitor

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Last updated on 26th October 2020 3:31 pm
Dell SE2719HR Review: 27″ IPS Gaming Monitor
Dell SE2719HR Review: 27″ IPS Gaming Monitor



The Dell SE2719HR is a stylish 27″ gaming monitor, which will satisfy your needs for a basic, entry level PC Gaming setup.

Labelling it as basic is a bit tough, it’s actually a very good monitor. It’s specced with Free-Sync and has a 75Hz refresh rate, which will ensure your games look smooth & immersive.

It’s also a brilliant monitor if only aimed for daily tasks at home, or in the office. Whilst it doesn’t cater for those looking for Specialist Specs, it’s sophistication makes it a real contender for your next monitor.

At £169, at the time of writing, this is a fantastic monitor.

If you’re a fan of minimalistic, this monitor has such a thin bezel, which only adds to the immersive experience. Not only this, but the thin bezel means that running multiple monitors at once is a real possibility.

It has a huge 178° (degrees) viewing angle, which means that you’ll have a great view of the monitor, regardless of the position you’re sat in.

What we like about this monitor, is the fact that it’s power supply is built in. Whenever we’ve specced a home PC kit, the dangling power supply has always been an issue for us. No longer is this an issue, as Dell have mastered the design.

If you’re a late night gamer, you’ll also be attracted to the Comfort View Mode, which reduces distractions and provides an anti-glare screen, with absolutely no flickering.

We are quite impressed by this monitor. Let’s be realistic, it won’t compete with the colours on an Alienware, or provide the same aesthetical beauty as a curved display, but for less than £200, this is a great monitor.

It’s one of the best monitors available at this pricing point.

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Price history for Dell SE2719HR 27-Inch IPS LED Edgelight 2019 Gaming Monitor - (Black) 4 ms Response Time, FHD (1920 x 1080) AT 60 Hz, AMD Radeon FreeSync, Tilt, Comfort View, HDMI, VGA
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  • £159.97 - 16th October 2020
  • £164.77 - 11th October 2020
  • £163.82 - 6th October 2020
  • £159.92 - 25th September 2020
  • £179.00 - 20th September 2020
  • £159.00 - 15th September 2020
  • £159.95 - 25th August 2020
  • £159.00 - 20th August 2020
Since: 30th April 2020
  • Highest Price: £204.00 - 2nd June 2020
  • Lowest Price: £140.77 - 11th May 2020

Additional information

Specification: Dell SE2719HR Review: 27″ IPS Gaming Monitor

Types of Ports Available

HDMI 2.0

Reponse Time (ms)

4 ms

Item Weight (KG)

5.09 kg

Screen Size

27 "

Refresh Rate Hz

60 hz


1920 x 1080

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  1. Karim

    This is actually the second one I have ordered to replace my older gaming monitors and this is by the best gaming monitor I have ever used.The brightness is really good, the menus are easy to navigate and adjust. The refresh rate is fantastic for gaming and the colour diversity is top notch.I will only upgrade them when Dell bring this out in a 120/144hz variant but until then I stand by my statement that this is the best screen I have used :)5/5( Please take a second to hit the helpful button it helps me greatly ^__^ )

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  2. David

    This freesync monitor now works with Nvidia G-SYNC if you have driver version 417.71 or above. G-SYNC is not officially validated for this monitor but you can manually enable G-SYNC in the nvidia control panel to take advantage of the variable refresh rate, the VRR range is 40 to 144 Hz.I have the monitor paired with a MSI GTX1080ti and have found that freesync works perfectly when tested with the Nvidia pendulum demo and also the games I have tried so far which inc. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Doom, Borderlands 2 and Rust.The monitor has no dead / stuck pixels, no backlight bleed and no colour banding issues.

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