Get the lowest price of the year on this Dell 1440p 27-inch LED gaming monitor

Dell S2719DGF
Dell S2719DGF (Image credit: Dell)

If you've built a PC this Black Friday, or you already have a gaming setup, then this Dell LED monitor is the perfect addition to any rig. The Dell S2719DGF 27-inch 1440p LED gaming monitor has just fallen to the lowest price we've seen all year in the Amazon Black Friday sale, which means there has never been a better time to grab one.

Dell S2719DGF 27-inch 1440p LED gaming monitor

Dell S2719DGF 27-inch 1440p LED gaming monitor

The specs include 1440p pixel resolution, a refresh rate that can be boosted up to 155Hz, and a 1ms response time. It has native FreeSync and can work with G-Sync. It includes HDMI, DisplayPort, and a USB hub.

Usually around $400, the lowest previous sale price in the last 12 months was around $300, meaning this new deal will net you around $125 off the original sale price.

If you're a gamer or spend a lot of time in front of your computer and just want one all-around great monitor, this is it. The Dell 27-inch has 2K Quad HD 2560x1440 pixel resolution, a 1ms response time, and a 144 Hz refresh rate. If you connect through the DisplayPort, you can overclock the monitor to a 155 Hz refresh rate, but you'll get up to 144 Hz even if you just connect through the HDMI 2.0 port.

The connectivity options include two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, and a USB hub with four USB 3.0 ports. Hubs like that are really nice for getting all your peripherals plugged in, especially if your desktop doesn't have a huge amount of ports in the back.

Despite being a TN panel, which usually means sacrificing viewing angles for faster response times, it has viewing angles up to 170 degrees. That means you can still watch your media even from different vantage points around the screen.

The monitor also has adaptive sync, which reduces screen tearing during high-performance moments. The default tech is AMD's FreeSync, but it is also compatible with Nvidia's G-Sync tech. In order to get it to use that you'll need to connect via DisplayPort and have an NVIDIA graphics card from the 10xx or 20xx series.

If you aren't currently rocking a gaming rig, or you're in the hunt for one, we've put together a Black Friday PC build that will set you back less than $800.

Stephen Warwick