Dell SE2417HGX 24 inch FreeSync TN Monitor
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||300 cd/m² (typ)
||1,000:1 (typical); Aspect Ratio: 16:9
||1920×1080, at 60 Hz (VGA) and up to 75 Hz (HDMI)
||1ms gray to gray (extreme); 2ms gray to gray (fast); 5ms gray to gray (normal);
||160° vertical / 170° horizontal
||Voltage Required: 100 ~ 240 VAC / 50 or 60 Hz ± 3 Hz / 1.6A
||2x HDMI 1.4; 1x VGA; 1x Audio line-out (headphone not supported); HDCP support: Yes, HDCP 1.4 (HDMI); Security lock slot: Yes
||Dimensions (HxWxD) – without stand: 330.1 mm x 555.20 mm x 55.0 mm
||Weight – with packaging: 6.29 kg
||Color Gamut: 84% NTSC (CIE1976), 72% NTSC (CIE1931); Color Depth: 16.7 million; AMD Radeon FreeSync™ technology; Arsenic-free glass and mercury-free panel; Anti-glare with 3H hardness; LED light bar system;
||3-year Advanced Exchange Service and Limited Hardware Warranty
Dell SE2417HGX Monitor Overview:
The Dell SE2417HGX Monitor from Dell provides a high-quality, high-speed gaming experience. It features a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 as well as coverage for 84% of the CIE 1976 and 72% of the CIE 1931 color gamuts. It also features Twisted Nematic (TN) technology, support for 16.7 million colors, a 16:9 aspect ratio, an anti-glare coating with a 3H hardness rating, a static contrast ratio of 1000:1, a dynamic contrast ratio of 8,000,000:1, a typical brightness level of 300 cd/m2, and response times (GtG) of 5 ms (normal mode), 2 ms (fast mode), and 1 ms (extreme mode). Using the 170° horizontal and 160° vertical viewing angles, it is possible to watch content from virtually any position.
Dell SE2417HGX Monitor has two HDMI 1.4 ports that support refresh rates up to 75 Hz an HDCP 1.4. There is also a VGA port that supports refresh rates up to 60 Hz. If you’d like to output audio, there is a 3.5mm line out jack for speakers. To further help improve viewing and accessibility, this display features a tilt of -5 to 21°. Rounding things out is AMD FreeSync, which helps remove stuttering delays and screen tearing by dynamically adapting the display’s refresh rate to variable frame rates.