Dell P2422H Review | A Worth It Casual Screen?

Our Conclusion

If you can find one for under $250, the Dell P2422H is one of the cheapest monitors with USB connections and a broad variety of stand adjustments. However, keep in mind that it is pretty much the industry norm for the rest, so if you require 75hz or a greater peak brightness, you might want to try the Dell S2721HN.

Pros

Wide range of stand adjustments

 Good amount of ports

 Affordable

 IPS panel

Cons

✘ 60hz

✘ Lacks out speakers

A casual monitor is currently classed based on its overall refresh rate as it was a few years ago, as indicated in prior gaming monitor reviews. Back then, when we first saw a 144hz display, we immediately thought of it as a gaming monitor.

And, because a lot of casual users are switching to a higher refresh ratio nowadays, other features of the displays are being considered to identify them as gaming or non-gaming.

And for today’s article, we’ve got a new Dell monitor with some excellent features for its price range, and we’ll tell you whether it’s a worthwhile buy right now. Let’s dive into the Dell P2422H Review without further ado.

Design

In terms of aesthetics, this monitor belongs to our preferred DELL display series. It looks a lot like other screens like the DELL P2222H and the Dell U2722D. However, as this design was recently implanted on Dell monitors, it can’t be labeled an overdone style.

One thing that disappointed us is that it isn’t as thin as some of the other Dell options, which would be ideal for an office setting. Still, measuring ‎21.17 x 7.05 x 19.53 inches, it can withstand the present trend for this kind of screen. 

Furthermore, following the Dell quality pattern for screen materials, the materials of this display provide a high degree of reliability, being quite comparable to those of the Dell U2722D which, unlike this one, is a high-end display.

In addition, in order to keep up with the current trend, they chose borderless bezels for this screen, which gives it a more modern touch while also giving it a bit more screen space. 

Another feature that is uncommon for a monitor in this price range is the extensive range of adjustments available on the monitor’s stand. It allows you to adjust the height, tilt, swivel, and pivot – an ergonomic choice for people who want to get the most out of the monitor’s viewing angles. 

It’s also worth noting that it supports VESA, so if you want to mount it on the wall, this is a major plus. On the other hand, it lacks speakers, which may be a deal-breaker for certain consumers, as many people require this function.

One last thing we can say that is a good point is that it has a joystick to increase the facility to navigate through the display’s menu. 

Connectors

Also, on the part of connectors, the Dell P2422H is still impressing us including:

1 x HDMI 1.4 (HDCP 1.4)
1 x DisplayPort 1.2 (HDCP 1.4)
1 x VGA
1 x SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps (USB3.2 Gen 1) upstream
4 x SuperSpeed USB 5 Gbps (USB3.2 Gen 1)

If this monitor keeps with good impressions like that, it is most likely to be another fit for the best monitors of the year.

Features

Panel type

IPS panels are now found in nearly every low-cost monitor aimed at casual users. The reasons for this are revealed by the advantages that the IPS provide for us.

This panel is already the foundation for a screen with precise colors. Aside from that, it has excellent viewing angles, allowing you to see the images with great precision.

On the other side, it has the slowest response time ratios, putting it in the non-gaming group. This panel is also notorious for frequent IPS glowing, which is a pretty typical issue with inexpensive IPS panels, depending on the construction quality of such.

Fortunately, as the Dell manufacturer is keeping with quality on its recent models, this one has little to no IPS glowing, so you can rest assured about this concern.

Brightness

Aside from that, on a low-cost monitor like this one, the IPS panel’s wide viewing angles are typically coupled by a poor brightness ratio.

They chose to utilize only 250 nits for this display, which is sufficient for the vast majority of users but can be quite low in some conditions.

For example, if you plan to use this display primarily during the day and sunlight will be shining on it regularly at some point, this brightness ratio may be impeding the reproduction of clear and accurate images. 

A monitor with a greater peak brightness could be advised in this case. Among cheap choices for such, you have the Dell S2721HN, currently at basically the same prices as this one and similar features. 

Refresh rate and Response time

The refresh ratio of 75hz is another frequent attribute seen in model casual-focused screens. Although this ratio does not have the smoothness of, say, a 144hz one, it can still be sufficient for web browsing or similar tasks. 

The best aspect is that the expenses of converting a 60hz display to a 75hz panel are so low that nearly every manufacturer presently uses this ratio for casual screens. 

However, I’m not sure why they chose 60hz for this monitor, which might be a significant disadvantage depending on its other features and costs. This rate will not affect your overall experience with this screen, but it will affect the price-performance ratio. 

Aside from that, they chose to give this monitor an 8ms response time, with a gray-to-gray ratio of up to 5ms.

The reaction time, unlike the refresh rate, is not a feature that a casual user should be concerned about because it makes little difference in everyday use.

Image Overall Quality

Last but not least, let’s look at the overall quality of this screen to see whether it can truly achieve professional color levels. 

The Dell P2422H is a 24-inch 1080p monitor with a decent PPI ratio. You will get bright and clear visuals to enhance the overall environment as a result of this. 

When it comes to color accuracy, this monitor falls short of the norm once again. It features a 99 percent sRGB color gamut and can handle up to 16 million colors. This combination will provide you with a wide range of colors, but nothing professional. 

That is to say, if you need a professional monitor to deal with media editing, this is not the one for you. Instead, you’ll have to pay a little more money to get one like the Dell U2722D.

Still, thanks to the IPS screen, this monitor offers some nice colors, which are very vivid, as we frequently find with Dell monitors in this price range.

Final thoughts

When to buy it

If you need a casual display with a wide range of stand adjustments, as well as some USB ports, the Dell P2422H is indeed one of your cheapest choices currently. 

However, it has only 60hz of refresh rate and lacks out speakers, which can be a high con for some. In that case, I recommend you check the Dell S2721HN or the DELL P2222H out and find which one is the most suitable for you. 

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