Dell - Curved Screen - Gaming Monitor - 27” - Full HD VA - SE2716H
Experience Curved Monitor Immersion
The SE2716H curved monitor from Dell. Boasting a beautiful 27 inch display, rich colours, superb built-in audio, an elegant design and various other such features that will enhance your overall experience. The curved SE2716H is heavily designed for your viewing comfort which its seamless, curved view contributes to. Breeth new life into your games with a crystal-clear 27" view. Plus, feel at ease knowing you are covered by Dell’s 3 year exchange service and warranty.
Incredible Immersion | Generous Gaming
Experience the field-of-view on a curved monitor, appearing larger than it actually is. The next stage of computer visuals is here, comfortably fitting the curve of the human eye. Plus, enjoy the world's thinnest bezels (7.7mm) on a 68.6 cm (27") curve and the near-continual view the SE2716H produces across multiple screens.
Beautiful & Stylish Curved Design
The chassis of the curved monitor has a beautiful and classy black piano finish. An eye-catching design that’ll comfortably fit in with any other decor. With the SE2716H's robust monitor stand you can easily tilt your curved screen into a desired angle without worry of wobbling. Finally, the monitor has been created using eco-friendly materials such as arsenic-free glass and a mercury-free LED panel. To add to this, its circuit boards are made from brominated flame retardant (BFR) and PVC-free laminates.
Curved Monitor Integrated Audio
Down-firing speakers integrate at the base of the monitor’s curved screen offer powerful audio from hidden grills. Ride the bass with rich and engaging sound from dual 9 watt (18W) integrated speakers.
Connections & Confidence In The Curve
Connect to a multitude of secondary devices via a wide range of ports: 2 HDMI (MHL) connector, 1 WGA port, 1 Audio-in port, 1 headphone port.
Relax knowing that your curved Dell monitor comes with a 3-Year Limited. Hardware Warranty and Advanced Exchange Service.
The Dell 27 Monitor meets both the latest official regulatory and environmental standards:
• ENERGY STAR® Qualified
• EPEAT® Silver Rated
• TCO Certified Displays
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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