Dell announced the launch of two new monitors for the gaming market. These are the Dell G2722HS monitor and the Dell G2422HS. With these names we can already guess its dimensions, 27 and 24 inches respectively (23.8 to be exact) and we are ready to know the rest of the characteristics.

They are both austere monitors in terms of design, at least when compared to other models on the market. Without a trace of RGB LED lighting systems, they opt for thin bezels and flat screens to favor multi-screen setups.

Full HD and high refresh rate

These are two models with drawn lines in which only the diagonal differs, from 27 inches in one to 23.8 inches in the other. With IPS panels and a 16:9 aspect ratio, they are capable of delivering a resolution of 1,920 x 0.1080 pixels, which translates to Full HD monitors.

This resolution limitation is compensated by the use of refresh rates up to 165 Hz, up to 350 nits of brightness, a GTG response time of 1 ms at the fastest setting, a contrast ratio of 1000:1 / 1000:1 (dynamic) and 99% coverage in the sRGB color space.

The Dell G2722HS and Dell G2422HS are AMD FreeSync Premium certified and NVIDIA G-Sync compatible. Additionally, both models have TUV Rehinland certification which aims to improve usability in low light conditions and prevent flickering.

Dell G2722HS

Dell G2422HS

Panel

IPS

IPS

Diagonal

27 inches

23.8 inches

Resolution

4K (3840 x 2160 pixels)

Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels)

Brightness

350cd/m2

350cd/m2

Response time

1ms

1ms

Color space support

99% in sRGB color space

99% in sRGB color space

Connections

2 HDMI 2.0

1 DisplayPort 1.2

headphone jack

2 HDMI 2.0

1 DisplayPort 1.2

headphone jack

On the connector side, they have two HDMI inputs, a DisplayPort 1.2 socket and a headphone output. The common interface can support up to four devices simultaneously. The monitors are equipped with stands for height and tilt adjustment.

Price and availability

Prices are €279 for the 24-inch Dell G2422HS and €349 for the 27-inch Dell G2722HS.