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deals, see our The Dell S2419HGF gaming monitor debuted in 2018 for $320, but now you can get it for an amazing $60 after rebate at B&H. The $150 rebate comes in the form of a digital Visa prepaid card. So you will have to shell out a significant amount of cash to get this deal. But as a 24-inch gaming monitor that can overclock 144Hz for just $60, it's still one of the best tech deals. The monitor's currently available elsewhere as much as $248.
The Dell S2419HGF rocks a TN display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. The monitor is rated with a native refresh rate of 120Hz that is overclockable to 144Hz. It also supports both AMD FreeSync and is G-Sync Compatible.
In addition to those features for fighting screen tearing, the S2419HGF also boasts a 1ms (GTG) response time. It can hit 350 nits brightness and has an average contrast ratio at 1,000:1.
The Dell S2419HGF is pretty flexible, supporting height, swivel, tilt and pivot adjustments. Input connectors are two HDMI 1.4 ports, one DisplayPort 1.2 output, one USB 3.0 upstream port, two USB 3.0 downstream ports, one headphone-out jack and one audio line-out jack. And Dell backs the S2419HGF with a limited 3-year warranty.
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site shows 320 and 150 rebate so 170 after rebate. How is it you are seeing it for 60 after rebate?Reply
I didn't even see the $150 rebate when I went to B&H's site. But yeah, I was a little puzzled as to the math on this one, because even the blurb here about it only mentions the $150 rebate, which, as @nyichiban already stated, brings it down to $170, not to $60.Reply
Through B&H it would be $60 after the rebate (base price of $209) but that's assuming the rebate is offered by B&H, whose site doesn't mention it at all, and also assuming the rebate is hassle free and actually honored. Personally I wouldn't put too much faith in it, there's plenty of TN monitors out there with lower base prices to go for insteadReply
That's weird - when I clicked View Deal 15 minutes ago, it was showing $319.95. Now when I click, it's showing $209.95.Reply
EDIT: some reddit threads note that some are able to get it at the lower price, others report that the price jumps back up when in the cart.
I didn't really need it - but would've likely gone for it. But with the confusion/inconsistency going on, not worth bothering.
I show it at $249.00 in my cart (after a "Payboo Card Savings" of $18.36 which I assume is a B&H credit.) There's no mention of a rebate, but if there is a manufacturer rebate of $150, which doesn't always mean it's honored for every place you could buy it, this monitor is $99 plus $18.36 if there isn't something else at B&H that I'd want to buy.Reply