Dell announces two new monitors with features designed for modern gamers

Arif Bacchus

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Dell has launched two new gaming monitors. The new monitors include the Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor (G3223Q.) as well as the Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor (G3223D.) The monitors feature seamless connectivity and remarkable image quality, two things that gamers need.

The first monitor, the Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor is set to become available on March 30 for $1,100. It features 4K UHD resolution, is DisplayHDR 600 certified, and sports a 144Hz refresh rate. Other features include 120Hz refresh rates for console gaming via HDMI 2.1. Note that AMD Freesync Premium Pro is also supported, as well as a Creator Mode, for content creators and game developers who need color accuracy. Port options include 2 HDMI 2.1 ports, 1 Displayport (version 1.4.)

The cheaper sibling is the Dell 32 USB-C Gaming Monitor. This is now available for purchase for $720. Features include QHD resolution, VESA DIsplay HDR 400 certification, 165Hz variable refresh rate on PCs, and up to 120Hz for console gaming. You’ll also find a 1ms response time, support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and NVIDIA G-Sync. The monitor sports USB-C connectivity that comes with 15W power delivery.  Ports on this include 2 HDMI 2.0 ports, 1 Display Port (version 1.4.)

The news of these monitors comes right after Dell introduced the Dell 27 Gaming Monitor (G2722HS.) These are all welcome editions to the growing family, for gamers who don’t want to shell out extra money for Alienware displays.