Level up your gaming experience with Dell’s 32-inch Curved QHD FreeSync monitor for just $330 this Black Friday
Curved monitors can make your gaming experience a whole lot more immersive, as they give you a much wider field of view when compared with regular flat screens. And if you get a curved monitor with a high resolution, high refresh rate panel, you can expect to have a fantastic gaming experience. So, if you’re still stuck with a 1080p flat screen monitor on your gaming setup, now is the right time to take things to the next level. Dell’s 32-inch curved QHD FreeSync gaming monitor is currently available for $330 on Best Buy this Black Friday, and it offers everything that will help you elevate your setup. The Dell S3220DGF usually retails for $450 on Best Buy and Dell’s website, which means you can save $120 this Black Friday which you can use during the upcoming Steam sale.
The Dell S3220DGF curved gaming monitor features a 32-inch curved VA panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It offers a refresh rate of 165Hz with AMD FreeSync and HDR support, 16:9 aspect ratio, peak brightness of 400 nits, and 4ms gray to gray response time. The monitor comes with a wide array of ports, including 2 HDMI 2.0 ports, 1 DisplayPort 1.4 port, 4 USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an audio line-out jack.
The Dell 32-inch gaming monitor comes with a height-adjustable stand that features built-in cable management. Along with height adjustment, the stand offers tile and swivel adjustment, so you can position your monitor exactly as you want. In case you don’t wish to use the included stand, the Dell S3220DGF comes with a standard 100mm x 100mm VESA mount. You can use this to attach your new monitor to an existing stand or mount it on a wall to free up some desk space.
To help you get started as soon as the monitor is delivered to your doorstep, Dell also includes an HDMI 2.0 cable, a DisplayPort 1.2 cable, and a USB 3.0 upstream cable in the box. Do note that if you want to game at 165Hz, you’ll have to use the DisplayPort cable as the HDMI port will max out at 144Hz at 1440p resolution.