27 Dell D2719HGF: Key Specs, Features, Deals, Reviews

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With its 27″ HDMI USB, AMD FreeSync HD LED Gaming Monitor, and 27 Dell D2719HGF, your gaming experience will be smooth and crisp. Also, this Dell gaming monitor boasts a high 1,000:1 contrast ratio for deep and accurate colors while gaming, surfing the web, or watching a movie or show.

The stylish Dell 27 Monitor provides a great viewing experience at an excellent price.

There’s a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution on this 27-inch monitor, which refreshes at 144Hz with a 2ms response time. Smoothly displays and creates exceptionally detailed images.

You can enjoy entertainment and play games on the 27-inch Dell Monitor.

This LED monitor provides smooth, crisp images for gaming, surfing the web, or watching movies and shows. Featuring FreeSync technology for a faster frame rate and a 1,000:1 contrast ratio for accurate, deep colors, this monitor offers an impressive frame rate of 60 frames per second.

Screen size: 27 inches

The 27-inch monitor is a good size for gamers, especially those who want to play at 1080p and above. It’s also a great choice if you’re looking for budget gaming monitors. It has the exact resolution as its bigger brother (2799R) but costs much less.

It’s not quite as big as some of its competitors, such as the ASUS PB277Q or Dell UltraSharp U2719d, which have curves in their design so they can fit into smaller spaces without sacrificing too much screen real estate.

Resolution: 1920 x 1080 at 144 Hz

The Dell 27 Dell D2719HGF features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 144 or 165 Hertz and is capable of both G-Sync and FreeSync. You can choose between these resolutions when you select your refresh rate on the monitor’s menu or by pressing the button labeled “Game” in the lower right corner.

Panel type: TN

  • Panel type: TN
  • Response time: 4ms (G2G)
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Inputs: 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, 1 x HDMI 2.0b/1.4, 1 x Mini DP/HDMI/MHL

Aspect ratio: 16:9

Aspect ratio is how your screen displays information, measured in horizontal (horizontal) and vertical (vertical) dimensions. The most common aspect ratios for HDTVs are 16:9 and 4:3, with 16:10 being sometimes used as a second option.

The aspect ratio is important because it affects how you view images on your computer or TV screen. For example, suppose you’re watching a movie on an HDTV with an aspect ratio of 16:9. In that case, the picture will be shown taller than it appears on paper—you’ll see black bars on either side of whatever text or image you’re looking at.

If instead, this same movie was played back on a computer monitor with a 4:3 aspect ratio, then all of that extra space would go unused; everything would appear smaller because there would be only one row per column rather than two rows per column as in traditional letterpress printing!

Response time: 2ms GTG (1ms MPRT)

Response time is the time it takes for a pixel to change from black to white and back to black again. Naturally, a faster response time results in better color accuracy, so Dell has ensured that this display has an excellent 2ms GTG (1ms MPRT) response time. This translates into no ghosting or blurring when viewing fast-moving objects onscreen like sports scores or video games.

Some people with sensitive eyesight may have difficulty seeing things clearly when they move quickly across the screen-but if your eyesight is sensitive, you may want to consider another monitor!

Refresh rate: 144Hz (165Hz overclocked, G-Sync compatible)

The refresh rate is the number of times a screen is refreshed per second. It’s important to note that there are two types of refresh rates: minimum and maximum. For example, the 27 Dell D2719HGF’s minimum refresh rate is 60Hz, while its maximum is 144Hz (165Hz overclocked).

You will need an Nvidia graphics card with a DisplayPort 1.4 or HDMI 2.0 port if you want to use Nvidia G-Sync technology.

G-Sync works by detecting when your GPU has finished rendering an image on its screen and then sending out new data immediately after that happens to avoid stuttering or lagging issues caused by the lag between frames being sent out in rapid succession.

Ports: 1 x DisplayPort 1.2, 1 x HDMI 1.4, and 5 x USB 3.0 ports

You’ll find a DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 connector port on the back of the monitor. The device also comes with 5 USB 3.0 ports: 2 on each monitor side and one on the base.

This is one to consider if you’re looking for a gaming monitor with excellent color accuracy, sharpness, and contrast ratios!

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27 Dell D2719HGF Other ports: Audio line-out, audio line-in

In addition to 3.5mm input ports, the 27 Dell D2719HGF has HDMI input ports for connecting your TV and headphones.

If you want more ports, the Dell 27 D2719HGF comes with two USB Type-A ports (one in the front and one on the side), an SD card reader (for storing media files), and an RJ-45 Ethernet port that lets you connect wirelessly to the Internet.

VESA mountable? Yes (100x100mm)

The 27 Dell D2719HGF has VESA mountable, which means you can use the stand that comes with it to attach it to the back of your monitor. This can be useful if you want to mount the screen on a wall or another surface in your room and have it closer than 100cm from where you’re sitting.

The other option is using an external monitor arm (like this one) or desk stand so that you can have an extra-large workspace without having to move things around too much when working at them both simultaneously.

Speakers? No

You will be disappointed if you’re looking to use your 27 Dell D2719HGF with external speakers. You can connect your laptop to an external sound system with a 3.5mm headphone jack. Still, there’s no built-in speaker option for this particular model.

If this isn’t an issue for you and the convenience of having an all-in-one computer without having to open up its case is worth it to you, then this could be another great choice.

Adjustability? No (fixed stand)

The stand is a fixed, VESA-mountable base that supports the monitor at its most upright position. As a result, there are no tilt or swivel adjustments, and you won’t be able to adjust the height. This is an issue if you want your screen closer to vertical than horizontal (for example, if you’re using it as a TV replacement). 

Still, otherwise, it shouldn’t be much of an issue since most users will probably be using this display on their desks rather than mounted on a wall or above some other furniture.

The lack of speakers may also be disappointing for some people who want more audio options in their home theater setups. Still, if you don’t care about those features, then this monitor will likely suit all your needs quite nicely.

27 Dell D2719HGF gaming monitor offers a quick refresh rate and fast response time but at a steep price.

  • 27 inches
  • 1920 x 1080 resolution
  • TN panel
  • 144Hz refresh rate, 2ms response time, and 165Hz overclocked (optional)
  • G-Sync compatible (ROG Swift PG27UQ)


  • Rebecca Fraser

    Rebecca covers all aspects of Mac and PC technology, including PC gaming and peripherals, at Digital Phablet. Over the previous ten years, she built multiple desktop PCs for gaming and content production, despite her educational background in prosthetics and model-making. Playing video and tabletop games, occasionally broadcasting to everyone's dismay, she enjoys dabbling in digital art and 3D printing.

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