Also available from Dell for US$499.99, the 34-inch Dell S3422DWG curved gaming monitor has the same list price on Amazon, but the ongoing 26% discount pushes it to a more convenient US$367.99. This monitor has a 1800R curve, a refresh rate of 144 Hz, and a resolution of 3,440 X 1,440 pixels.
Often praised by professional reviewers and regular users as the best 144 Hz 1440p curved gaming monitor under the US$500 threshold, the Dell S3422DWG is now priced 26% lower than the US$499.99 list price, so those interested can grab it for US$367.99. However, this tempting deal is only running on Amazon for the time being, since Dell US has this monitor listed for the full price tag mentioned above (and the best deal they offer now is a 10% discount at checkout).
In addition to the refresh rate and resolution mentioned above, the highlights of the 34-inch Dell S3422DWG include 178-degree viewing angles for the anti-glare-coated VA panel, height and tilt adjustment, a 1800R curvature, support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, as well as response times of 1 ms (MPRT) and 2 ms (GtG). The list of connectivity options is generous, including a pair of HDMI 2.0 ports, one DP 1.2, one USB 3.2 Gen1 upstream, as well as four SuperSpeed USB 3.2 Gen1 (5 Gbps) downstream ports.
This monitor is compatible with 100 X 100 mm VESA mounts and ships with a power cable, a DP cable, an HDMI cable, and a SuperSpeed USB 3.2 Gen1 upstream cable. The maximum refresh rate is only achieved when using a DP cable. When the video input active is HDMI, the maximum refresh rate is limited to 100 Hz.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-03- 9 (Update: 2023-03- 9)