The Dell UltraSharp U3415W 34-inch curved monitor has dropped to $614.99 through Dell's website. This isn't a huge drop since it regularly sells for around $625 or so, but it's definitely better than some retailers like Newegg where it's going for more than $660. Plus, Dell will throw in a $100 eGift card for your trouble. While that's only good on a future purchase, it is a huge chunk of savings.
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Dell UltraSharp U3415W 34-inch curved monitor
The monitor has 3440 x 1440 pixel resolution, and it uses an IPS panel for great viewing angles, a 60Hz refresh rate, and a 5ms response time. This is a screen for people who watch or edit media and need an immersive and large amount of real restate.
$615 + $100 gift card
This is an ultra-wide UltraSharp curved monitor with 3440x1440 pixel resolution. The curve and the extra inches means it's a fantastic monitor when you're the sort of person working with a bunch of different windows at once. If you're into photography or video editing or need documents and spreadsheets open at the same time, this monitor gives you the real estate to do that. Curves also look great when you have two of the same monitor paired together. It's perfect for a future battlestation.
The display uses an IPS panel. That means it has great color accuracy right out of the box. Plus you'll get 172-degree horizontal and 178-degree vertical viewing angles and LED backlighting. The refresh rate is only 60 Hz and the response time is 5 ms, but you aren't getting this for gaming most likely. So those are technical specifications that shouldn't concern you too much.
The ports include one HDMI, a USB 3.0 hub with two upstream ports and three downstream ports, an MHL port for mobile devices, and a DisplayPort. It's backed up by a three-year warranty. The monitor also has 300 nits of brightness and two integrated 9W speakers.
Dell UltraSharp monitors are also backed by a "Premium Panel" warranty, which basically ensures if your monitor arrives with any dead or bright pixels then Dell will replace it. Nothing worse than spending hundreds on a fancy new monitor just to have one little dead spot somewhere on it.
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