The Dell S2721DGF will be launched later this year and it continues on the work of the Dell S2719DGF model that was launched two years ago.
The new Dell S2721DGF is a gaming monitor that will offer 27-inch LED-backlit IPS panel, 2560 x 1440 QHD maximum screen resolution, 144hz variable refresh rate, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-Sync technologies, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 400 nits brightness, 98% DCI-P3 wide color gamut that should excellent colors and picture quality no matter the type of video games you play.
Dell S2721DGF will feature Flicker-free, Low Blue Light, Dark Stabilizer and DisplayHDR 400 functions that will greatly reduce eye fatigue while using it for longer periods of time. The monitor will also offer 1ms GtG response time with its fastest setting active, but you can use a normal response time and you will get excellent performance in FPS titles, too. The monitor should have minimum ghosting even with the fastest response time enabled, but this will be confirmed only when it gets released.
The design Dell has used for the S2721DGF model is new and it comes with better cooling vents than those found on the older models. The frontal face of the monitor is offering thin bezels on three of its sides which will make it a great choice for those looking to add the S2721DGF model to a multi-monitor setup. Also, the monitor is offering two HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort 1.4 input, one USB 3.0 upstream ports, 4x USB 3.0 downstream ports, Audio line-out port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In terms of ergonomics the monitor will offer a stand that allows you to change its tilt, swivel, pivot and height positions, so that you will always enjoy a comfortable gaming experience. The S2721DGF monitor comes with great gaming features and functions such as Adaptive Sync so you can pair it with any modern GPU and enjoy gaming without image stuttering nor screen tearing. Note that you will also need a powerful computer that is capable of going over 100FPS at 1440p QHD resolution in order to get the most out of this monitor.
NOTE: the monitor might also support 165hz overclockable refresh rate via its DisplayPort input. This piece isn't confirmed at this moment, and we will have to wait for Dell to confirm it when the device gets launched.