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Want to play games at a very
high refresh rate on a
modest budget? That used
to be impossible, but a
rapid decline in pricing has led to new,
affordable options like the Dell G2723H. This
monitor packs a refresh rate up to 280Hz for
as low as $260 on sale—and while image
quality isn’t superb, it should be enough for
most owners.
The Dell G2723H is part of a wave of 1080p,
240Hz to 280Hz monitors washing across the

globe in 2022. Refresh rate is the star of this
show, as the G2723H otherwise makes few
notable claims. It doesn’t promise a wide
color gamut or HDR, nor does it even have
built-in speakers.
Display size: 27-inch
Native resolution: 1,920×1,080
Panel type: IPS
Refresh rate: 280Hz
Ports: 2× HDMI 2.0, 1× DisplayPort 1.4,
headphones-out, 4× USB-A 3.2 Gen 1
Stand adjustment: Height, tilt, swivel,
VESA mount: 100mm×100mm
Speakers: None
Price: $489.99 ($369.99 typical)
At this price, however, the lack of extras is
easier to forgive.
Monitors with a refresh
rate this high were
selling for $500 or
more a few years ago.
The Dell G2723H is
part of the company’s
Gaming Monitor line,
which serves as a more
mainstream alternative
to its high-end
Alienware products.
That leaves the
G2723H with a

By Avax