A brilliant streamlined design, USB-C connectivity and superb colour accuracy help justify the high price
While it may seem odd to describe this 27in screen as expensive, there’s no hiding from the truth. You can buy a myriad of good-quality 27in 1440p screens for less than £300, so Dell must work hard to justify the premium. One major benefit it offers over the cheaper competition is a USB-C connection.
This hugely simplifies a desk setup as you can power the monitor via the single power cable (there’s no external power brick) and then use USB-C to both transmit data and charge laptops that need a maximum of 65W.
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