What you need to know
- Dell is launching its 32-inch 4K UHD gaming monitor (G3223Q) and 32-inch USB-C gaming monitor (G3223D) during March 2022.
- North America is getting everything last, with the USB-C display arriving on March 16 for $719 and the 4K UHD screen launching March 30 for $1,099.
- The EMEA region has to wait until March 30 for the 4K UHD panel as well, but the rest of the world should already have access to both screens.
Dell's latest two monitors are here for you to peruse and, if you have the cash and the inclination, buy. If you're in a region that's not North America or EMEA, you already have access to both of these displays, so no need to wait on release dates. For North American and EMEA friends, you'll have to hold in place until March 30 for the new 4K screen.
The screens are straightforward. With the 32-inch 4K UHD gaming monitor (G3223Q), you're getting Fast IPS and VESA DisplayHDR 600 certification, a 144Hz variable refresh rate on PC and 120Hz rate for consoles when utilizing HDMI 2.1. The monitor also comes packed with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro support. It has two HDMI 2.1 ports, one DisplayPort, two USB 3.2 downstream ports, one SS USB upstream port, and a headphone-out port. This display will cost you $1,099.
By comparison, the 32-inch USB-C gaming monitor (G3223D) cranks the visual specs down a notch. You'll get a QHD display with VESA Display HDR 400 certification. Expect a 165Hz variable refresh rate for PC and a cap of 120Hz on consoles, 1ms response times, and support for both AMD FreeSync Premium Pro as well as NVIDIA G-Sync. Ports include: Two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort, one USB Type-C upstream, one USB 3.2 downstream, one SS USB 3.2 port, and an audio port (3.5mm jack).
In the event you're not happy with Dell's options, it's worth checking out the best gaming monitors roundup to see what else is popular right now.
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