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Dell S Series Led-Lit Monitor 32" Black (S3219D), QHD 2560 X 1440, 60Hz, 99% sRGB, 16: 9, AMD FreeSync, 2 x 5W Speakers, 2 x HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2, USB 3.0

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Color Black
Connectivity Technology Wired, Hdmi 1.4
Item Weight 25.05 Pounds

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  • Enjoy crisp, vivid image clarity in QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution I. E.3. 68 million pixels-almost two times more than full HD
  • The wide viewing angles ensure a clear view of the monitor from multiple vantage points, and covers 99% sRGB color gamut
  • Hear more life like sound, more dynamic music and bigger cinematic experiences when playing your favorite songs and watching a movie
  • Vesa wall mountable design
  • Dual 5W speakers professionally tuned by award winning waves MaxxAudio
  • 60 hertz

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Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:9
Display Resolution Maximum 2560x1440 pixels 2560 x 1440 pixels FHD 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080 pixels 1920 x 1080 pixels QHD wide 3440 x 1440 pixels
Screen Size 32 inches 32 inches 27 inches 32 inches 27 inches 27 inches
Display Type LED LED LED LED LED
Item Dimensions 29.1 x 20.7 x 7.8 inches 28.1 x 8.2 x 20.2 inches 24.1 x 1.8 x 14.3 inches 19.84 x 9.06 x 28.07 inches 2.13 x 24.01 x 14.32 inches 24.1 x 7.09 x 20.48 inches
Item Weight 25.05 lbs 9.35 lbs 13.60 lbs 9.70 lbs 13.14 lbs
Mounting Type Wall Mount VESA Mounting:No Wall Mount Wall Mount
Refresh Rate 60 hertz 75 hertz 60 hertz 60 hertz 75 hertz 60 hertz

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View images, videos and files clearly on this large, 32" Qhd monitor with optional wall-mountable design. Get more details: enjoy crisp, vivid image clarity in QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution I. E. 3. 68 million pixels-almost two times more than full HD. Superior sound: hear more life-like sound, more dynamic music and bigger cinematic experiences when playing your favorite songs and watching a movie- powered by the dual 5W speakers professionally tuned by award-winning waves MaxxAudio. Wall-mountable design comes with a 100mm x 100mm VESA-compliant mounting which is ideal for wall mounting, Plus frees up valuable desk space. Choose your view: easily tilt the monitor to get just the ideal viewing angler ease viewing comfort: protect your eyes by minimizing harmful Blue light with Dell comfort view feature.


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Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
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2.0 out of 5 stars Maximum Resolution (blurry) is NOT the same thing as Native Resolution (clear).
By notaclone on December 5, 2018
On Mac OS, you will find the highest resolution is 1080p (1920x1080) which is this display's native resolution. That is a very large pixel size on 32". You can force the OS to display QHD, but it is not native, and text is blurry. This monitor is not suitable for working at a desk, but probably fine for gaming.
Amazon should provide native resolution specs on all the Dell listings, not just maximum.
The second screen shot is an App called Display Mac.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018
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3.0 out of 5 stars This monitor has a nice panel for the money but lots of small annoying issues
By 🍕 on December 1, 2018
Reviewed and updated 11/27, 12/5, 12/30/18, 10/19

Update: 10/19 noticed this monitor is on sale for $180 today. Might as well update the review:

I've had the monitor for almost a year, sticking through its quirks. Here's what I'll add:
1. The sound can still be muffled but you can turn down the volume to have clear voices. Btw, the monitor sound is decent in the room, but like any other monitor speakers, upgrade to something else if you want enjoy better sound quality. Btw, the lowest setting before the sound is muted isn't quite whisper quiet so keep that in mind when playing music in a room where you don't want to disturb others.

2. The monitor has survived be moved from room to room several times, so it's plastic build isn't as fragile as I thought. I still hate the stand as it's not the same as Dell's U series stands, which you can detach in 2 seconds. This is but a nitpick, as you don't expect easily detachable stands at this price and is merely an observation.

3. Gaming is fine when I plug in my nintendo switch. No noticable issues except you have to manually set the picture boundaries from time to time.

4. I connected a MacBook pro, windows laptops and a Chromebook to the monitor via thunderbolt/USB C to HDMI dongle. Works great at max resolution 60hz. Note that on a MacBook your native resolution can be higher than this monitor so don't expect that same type of sharpness. I do notice that colors don't look quite as good. A bit muted, but this is fine for coding. Some mentioned using the dp connection and calibrating the colors.

5. Important thing: you can use this monitor with displayport and have 2 connected via daisychain, but this monitor can't be used as a passthrough as it only has a dp port. You need another monitor with dp out to accomplish this feat. This also means you can't Daisy chain 2 of these monitors together. You can still plug 2 of these to your computer but you can't take advantage of displayport's simpler cabling.

Overall, at 180, I would add a star to my review. If the price goes back up past 220, take my caveats in my prior review before purchasing.

The rest of this review is from December 2018:

Updates on responsiveness on light gaming, HDMI cable quality, and speakers.

This is a relatively new monitor that has only started selling a couple of months ago, and as of writing this review, there are no reviews online. The only info I see is Dell's product page for this monitor.

This is my first S series monitor. I usually bought U series Dell monitors because they provided very sharp looking images, but my current needs include 27+ screen with higher than Full HD resolution, while coming in below $400. This ticked all the boxes.

As an S series monitor, it is marketed towards the value conscious, business user who's priority is screen real estate for coding and spreadsheets, and less towards superior color accuracy, super thin bezels, and super brightness.

Monitor build: to be honest, the bezels are a shiny somewhat cheap looking plastic. The bezels are approximately half an inch on all sides. Out ofnthe box, part of the enclosure popped out, partially exposing the panel itself. I was able to snap it back together.

The base is metal and tilts forward and back only.

So how is the picture? At first glance, the picture looks good. As good as my older Dell U2412 monitor. The size is great for browsing, text, coding, spreadsheets. Videos looked bright and not washed out like other monitors out of the box. Is this better than my other Dell U2415 monitor? No. But it's very good at what it does.

Gaming: I didnt try any PC games but I did hook up my nintendo switch and played Smash Bros Ultimate. If you turned on game mode, most of the prepocessing is removed and you get a decently responsive monitor. Will it help you beat Pichu? Heck no (that character is currently too overpowered) but at least I can react to it's neutral 'A' better. Playing 1080p on a 1440p monitor wasn't so bad.

Other parts of the monitor:

Menus - Similar to other dell monitors but has contextual balloons this time to make your selections clearer. Serviceable navigation.

Speakers, in one word, ok. Lyrics and songs are tinny and muffled. If you want the sound to not sound as terrible, turn off the "MaxxAudio" setting in the menu. The sound will have less bass and sound will be a bit lower, but voices are definitely clearer. Whej playing movies, my picture and sound cut out when sound is played at max volume, which leads to me to believe the speakers may not be getting all the power it needs to operate normally.

Refresh rate issue - The resolution + refresh rate is supposedly 2560x1440@75hz. On Windows 10 and Intel and Nvidia graphics adapters, when I cranked it to the max, the monitor was losing the image every 5 seconds. I was going to send it back when I tried 2560x1440@60hz instead. That fixed my issue. I did not have this issue using Ubuntu 18.04.

Other observations:
- It's a bit sensitive if you move the monitor while it is on. You can momentarily lose the picture. Loose hdmi connection?

- The included HDMI cable sucks. When you plug it into an hdmi port, it's a little loose. Even worse, one of the ends came off after a month.

Changing my review to 3 stars because of these small issues that add up to what could have been an above average monitor.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap, 32”, 1440p, IPS - good stuff!
Reviewed in Canada on October 18, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap, 32”, 1440p, IPS - good stuff!
Reviewed in Canada on October 18, 2019
I feel like this is a great monitor for productivity and not necessarily for gaming, or at least with gaming as a secondary usage scenario.

Nevertheless, 32” of screen space is amazing for desk work, 1440p resolution is a plus, colours are pretty good after some calibration and viewing angles are good but nothing exceptional. Overall, for the price I paid at the time (approx. 250$ CAD+taxes), I think this is a great monitor.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This thing is HUGE!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Glad I got a second one finally!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Glad I got a second one finally!
Reviewed in Canada on May 19, 2020
I got one of these monitors last October and eventually I did want a second monitor, but with my OCD it has to be the same, and for the longest time I couldn’t find another Dell S3219D. Eventually I saw a used - very good one off amazon last week 1/2, immediately ordered it for $344 Canadian. I must say, even though it didn’t come in its original box, the monitor it’s self is brand new, looks like it’s never even been used and no dead pixels! So I’m glad to finally have dual S3219Ds running on my setup!
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Siddharth S.
5.0 out of 5 stars Serves the purpose
Reviewed in Canada on September 22, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars The 32” screen allows me to see more of my work area which I wasn’t seeing before
Reviewed in Canada on October 11, 2019
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