This month, Dell unveiled four new gaming monitors, three of which appear to be curved VA panels, and the last, a flat Fast IPS.
The new monitors don’t yet have prices attached to them, but they all appear to have higher refresh rates than one would expect. The new monitors being launched by Dell are the S2522HG, S2722DGM, S3222DGM, and the S3422DWG.
The monitors range from 24-inches to 34-inches and are all expected to be released soon.
The only flat screen panel is the S2522HG and is a 24-inch monitor at 1920×1080 on an IPS panel. It runs at 240Hz refresh rate with a 1ms response time. It has support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync, and is expected to be released at the end of May.
The S2722DGM and the S3222DGM are both almost identical with there being one or two different measurements. As you might guess from the models, one is a 27-inch while the other is a 32-inch.
Both monitors though are VA panels with an 1800R curvature on the 32-inch, and a 1550R curvature on the 27-inch. Both of them can get up to 165Hz and have a 2ms response time. These monitors also both are 2560×1440 and have AMD FreeSync and are expected to be released sometime in June.
Finally, the Dell S3422DWG is a 34-inch curved VA panel with a 3440×1440 resolution. It gets up to 144Hz refresh rate and has an 1800R curvature. The monitor has AMD FreeSync and is expected to be released at the end of May.