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      1: I have external monitors at home and work so I can just plug in my M1 Macbook Air and have plenty of screen real estate.I bought this monitor 6 weeks ago to replace an aging 24" Dell monitor that had served me very well. But 4K monitors have been getting better and coming down in price, so it was time to upgrade.Last fall, I bought the more expensive Dell U2720QM monitor for my office at work. That one cost about $550 (and often cannot be found for less than $650). This one, the Dell S2722QC, costs about $380. I will be comparing them in this review, and - spoiler alert - this monitor, the QC, is pretty much just as good as the more expensive QM.Both the QC and QM models are 27", 4K, have nice bright screens, and accurate vivid colors right out of the box.Both have wonderfully adjustable stands: there's the usual tilt & swivel, and you can slide the screen up to a higher position (useful if the screen is plugged into a laptop and the laptop is directly in front of the screen on your desk) or to a very low position where the bottom of the monitor is an inch from the surface of your desk. But the really cool thing is that stand (for BOTH monitors) allows you to rotate the screen 90 degrees so it's in portrait mode. That's really helpful for some of my use-cases. It's also useful to help you see the ports on the bottom edge of the display, when you're plugging in cables - otherwise they're hard to see when you're trying to plug something in.Both of these monitors can replace a USB-C hub. Meaning, you can plug in several peripherals into the monitor and connect the monitor to your computer using just a single USB-C cable. Your computer will get power from the monitor over the same USB-C cable that your computer uses to transmit data to the monitor. And your computer will see all the peripherals that are connected to the monitor as if they were connected directly to your computer.These USB-C hubs are godsends for people with laptops that only have 1 or 2 or 3 USB-C ports. For this reason, I have used USB-C hubs for my offices at home and work; they're not cheap, but they're worth it for me.But the USB-C hubs take up desk space and have some cord clutter. With the Dell monitors, I don't need the USB-C hubs any more. I donated one to my college and the other to a local church. Both Dell monitors have enough ports for me to plug in my printer, my external hi-fi speakers, my external web-cam for Zoom & FaceTime calls, and an external SSD hard drive.So why does the Dell U2720QM cost so much more than this Dell S2722QC Well, the QM has one or two more ports (for the USB-C hub functionality) than this QC model. And, on paper, the QM seems to have a slightly better display, according to specs. But I have both, and I can't tell a difference in video quality. Probably people who do a ton of photo and video editing could, but I have good eyes and I can't tell the difference, and I don't think most people will see enough of a difference to justify spending $200 more for the QM model.Oh, here's one more difference: the cheaper QC model has built-in speakers, the more expensive QM model does not. I have to say, I really dislike the sound that comes from the speakers in the QC monitor; it is very very thin and tinny sounding, almost to the point of being shrill and annoying. My laptop speakers (which are not great) sound way better.And that's a shame, because if you're feeding video into the QC monitor from HDMI (for example if you plug a blu-ray player into the HDMI port), the audio goes in over the same cable, so the monitor really needs to have its own speakers otherwise it's difficult to find a way to hear the sound.Bottom line: for most people, this $380 QC model is every bit as good as the QM model that costs $550 or $650 or more, even though both have a gorgeous 27" 4K display and both have very useful USB-C hub functionality. And the stand's flexibility is really useful.Highly recommended!


      2: I bought this for programming and editing along with its 1080p little brother. The 4k is my main monitor for viewing and it does everything perfectly! The "Comfort view" definitely helps my eye strain and helpes take the blue and flicker out of the equation. I only wish the Dell 1080p I bought along with this one had the "Comfort view". It makes all the difference!!!! The USB type C charges everything very quickly, just be careful the 65watts doesn't damage your cell phone or electronic that you attach to it.


      3: Read a lot of reviews before purchasing. This was a step down to what was considered best display for MacBook Pro. Not disappointed at all. Great display for the price


      4: Screen size and resolution were just right for my purpose. It is being used for a Security Camera System. So far it has been very reliable as I would expect from Dell


      5: Am I just that unlucky that I get two brand new deliveries from Amazon with the same problem The first I received was beautiful worked perfectly with Del Inspiron USB C (all connections that came with monitor). But then as soon as the monitor f=goes into sleep mode, there is a super annoying high pitched "whirring or whining" electrical noise. I tried with/without anything else connected, in different outlets with/without power strip to no avail. Also I have other UHD Dell Monitors and no issues like this. I had Amazon send me a replacement for the first one and unfortunately the second replacement one has the same issues. I see other reviews on Amazon reporting the same noise and also on Dell support with no resolution. I called Dell and they say there is no service advisory for this monitor for antenna noise or such. Uhmm Okay. Buyer just be prepared to be disappointed like I was. If this monitor was silent then it would be A++++ because its beautiful picture and great connectivity. But alas... JC....UPDATE: Okay, for whatever reason I decided to be persistent and get the monitor replaced a second time (third monitor) and this one is totally silent. All condition with household placement and power constant but the third monitor did not have the electrical noise issue in standby or power off that the first two had. So you are playing a game of chance it would seem. My odds were bad because 2/3 of the monitors I received had the noise issue. But overall based on the people who reported the noise in these reviews as a percentage of total reviews it would seem your odds at getting a bad one right now are 5-10% . Buyer be informed and good luck.


      6: Great for the new M1 Mac Mini - no issues.


      7: Keep in mind, your mileage may vary, but I have found very little uniformity issues with this screen, and Im glad. Backlight uniformity is normally awful with IPS displays, but this one is very good.For gaming:Now, it doesnt have 144hz, but that doesnt mean its bad for gaming. Besides, youre not gonna reach those high framerates at 4K unless youre playing esports/lightweight games anywaylolColor:The color is nicely vibrant. It is very slightly oversaturated. Its not to the extent where the image looks incorrectI actually like it. Just keep in mind that you shouldnt edit photos/make art with this.


      8: This displayed works so great with my new Mac Studio M1. Looks great. Got it used in like-new state and it came exactly as advertised.



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