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ET deals: Save 24% on a 28-inch 4K UHD Dell gaming monitor

Looking for a nice 4K UHD display to keep up with your high-end gaming PC? Check out this 28-inch model from Dell. Not only does it support a full 2160p resolution and offer an impressive response time, but you can get a $ 75 gift card and a $ 149.50 discount with today’s deal.

Small 28-inch In terms of specs, we’re looking at a 28-inch TN display, an ultra HD resolution of 3840×2160, a 60Hz refresh rate, a 1000-to-1 typical contrast ratio, a 2ms grey-to-grey typical response time, a 160 degree vertical viewing angle, a 170 degree horizontal viewing angle, LED backlighting, and an anti-glare coating. Connectivity-wise, it has two HDMI/MHL ports, a DisplayPort, a mini DisplayPort, two downstream USB 3.0 ports, an upstream USB 3.0 port, and an audio line-out port.

While the latency in many 4K UHD displays can cause a serious problem with fast-paced gameplay, the fast response time available on this model makes it an excellent fit for 4K gaming. And thanks to the picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture modes, you can even keep an eye on multiple inputs at the same time.

Also worth noting, this display is Energy Star 6 compliant, EPEAT Silver rated, TCO certified, and RoHS compliant. The typical power draw is 35W while turned off, and less than 0.5W when in stand-by.

While this UHD monitor lists for $ 599.99, Dell is selling it online for $ 529.99. Use coupon code “SAVEBIGGER” during checkout, and you’ll save an extra $ 79.50. Factor in the $ 75 promo eGift card and the free three-to-five business day shipping, and this is definitely a bargain you won’t want to miss.

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