Dell adds a gaming monitor, a 27-inch WQHD gaming liquid crystal display called with that snazzy name: "S2721DGF". It carries a rather poor VESA Display HDR 400 label though, but is a proper 144 Hz 2560x1440 panel.
The 27-inch WQHD gaming LCD that supports the high dynamic range of VESA Display HDR 400. Display sync technology through AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-Sync.
The LCD panel is an IPS system and supports a wide colour gamut with a DCI-P3 coverage rate of 98% and a color of 1.07 billion colors. It also has a timer function, an FPS counter, and unique functions such as a "shadow stabilizer" that adjusts the contrast and gamma values to improve visibility in dark areas. The main specifications are a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, a response speed of 1ms, a refresh rate of 165Hz, and a viewing angle of 178° horizontal/vertical. The interface is HDMI x2, DisplayPort x1, audio out x1, USB3.0 down x4, USB3.0 up x1. The stand supports 90° swivel, 180° pivot, -5 to 21° tilt, and 130 mm height adjustment. The main body size is 611.6 mm wide, 200.3 mm deep, and 393.9 mm high.
The monitor will be priced at 399 USD.