Question Best Dell S Series Monitor

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Please suggest the best Dell S series monitor within $300 (22K INR), if any other brand do share.

S series, best in the following categories:
  • Full HD
  • QHD
  • 4K
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Fairly open ended question, plenty 1080p 144hz panels to pick from well below that price point.

MSI Optix G241 or G271 (24" and 27"), I don't typically recommend 27" 1080p due to the low pixel density, but it depends on your needs. For straight gaming or media consumption it is fine. For reading and daily use, less so.

ViewSonic XG2405 as an alternative. Those three are IPS panels, there are also plenty of TN 144hz panels on the market for cheap.

Dell S2419HGF would seem to be just out of budget as would anything for 'gaming' at QHD or 4K.

In the higher budget ranges, Gigabyte's G27Q at 37,000 for QHD 144hz. On the cheap, 60hz IPS, these two BenQ EW2780Q or PD2700Q perhaps.

Asus TUF Gaming VG289Q (4K IPS 60hz) at 38,000, maybe look at LG-27UL500-W or 27UL650-W are cheaper, but less feature rich and come in a aluminum/white aesthetic.
 
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eforty

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Fairly open ended question, plenty 1080p 144hz panels to pick from well below that price point.

MSI Optix G241 or G271 (24" and 27"), I don't typically recommend 27" 1080p due to the low pixel density, but it depends on your needs. For straight gaming or media consumption it is fine. For reading and daily use, less so.

ViewSonic XG2405 as an alternative. Those three are IPS panels, there are also plenty of TN 144hz panels on the market for cheap.

Dell S2419HGF would seem to be just out of budget as would anything for 'gaming' at QHD or 4K.

In the higher budget ranges, Gigabyte's G27Q at 37,000 for QHD 144hz. On the cheap, 60hz IPS, these two BenQ EW2780Q or PD2700Q perhaps.

Asus TUF Gaming VG289Q (4K IPS 60hz) at 38,000, maybe look at LG-27UL500-W or 27UL650-W are cheaper, but less feature rich and come in a aluminum/white aesthetic.

Thanks for responding :), sorry to say I don't usually trust MSI/ViewSonic/Gigabyte to be long lasting monitors.

If any suggestions within my budget for Dell/LG/Asus, that would be great...
 

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