One of Dell’s latest gaming monitors is the S3222DGM, a 31.5-inch display with a curved screen and desirable specifications for gaming. While it’s a relatively recent addition to Dell’s range of monitors, it’s already marked a bit; you can get it from Dell $ 379.99.
This saves $ 170 below the "estimated value" of the product page. The only other place I've seen on the list so far is at Best Buy, which costs $ 409.99, so the actual discount isn't that high. Still, the selling price represents good overall value for the features.
Dell 32 Inch Curved Game Monitor | 1440p | 165Hz | FreeSync Premium |
$ 549.99 $ 379.99 at Dell (save $ 170)
This is one of Dell’s latest additions to its range of game monitors, and includes some nice specs such as a 2560×1440 resolution, a 165Hz refresh rate, an 1 ms MPRT response time, and support FreeSync.See offer
Not to be confused with the S3220DGF, one of our favorite curved monitors for work and play, the S3222DGM is a newer and different model. How does it compare? According to a summary of the people of Rtings, the S3222DGM becomes a little brighter and is "a better choice" for games due to its faster response time and black frame insertion feature.
It gives up HDR support and some ergonomics, which work in favor of the S3220DGF, but is also quite a bit cheaper; the lowest price I found for the S3220DGF is $ 399.99 at Micro Center, plus $ 38.99 for shipping. So, $ 438.98 if you don't live near one of the Micro Center stores. If you do, I would say it’s a repetition between the two, depending on what you value most, better play, or better ergonomics.
As for the S3222DGM that is on sale, key specifications include a refresh rate of 165Hz (144Hz if connected via HDMI), MPRT response time of 1 ms (2ms gray to gray), coverage 99% sRGB color space, 3,000: 1 contrast ratio and FreeSync support.