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Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q Review

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q Review

Dell 32 4K UHD Game Screen G3223Q: Specifications

Screen size: 32 inches
Decision: 3840 x 2160
Refresh rate: 144 Hz
Inputs: HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-A, USB-B, 3.5mm audio
Dimensions: 28.6 x 18.1 x 9.7 inches

The Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q is a simple recommendation. If you want a 32-inch 4K gaming screen that fits both PCs and consoles, this is one of the simplest devices you can get. This device has a beautiful screen, a sensible design and an easy way to navigate through the menus. It is also easy to set up, and plays well with both HDR and non-HDR systems. If the G3223Q has a significant shortcoming, it is difficult to think about it.

It is at least worth noting that for 1100 dollars the device is not cheap, and you may find something almost as good for hundreds less. The screen also has no bells and whistles, such as speakers or a remote control, that some of the competitors in the same size range offer. Still, if this monitor meets your size, resolution, frame rate and price requirements, you can buy it with confidence. It’s one of them best game monitors period. Read on for our full review of the Dell 32 4K HD Gaming Monitor G3223Q.

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q Review: Design

The Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q is quite simple, as these peripherals run. It has a 32-inch flat screen, with minimal frames on the sides and a slightly larger frame on the bottom.

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q on the desktop

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It is an adjustable stand with a large, solid base that is almost a hexagon, but not completely. The back of the screen has a tasteful blue LED strip. Even if you cannot orient the screen vertically, you can tilt it 26 degrees back and forth and swing it 60 degrees from side to side.

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Rear view of the Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q

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When it comes to ports, the G3223Q has a lot to please PC and console players, and just one notable exception. You will find a power port, two HDMI 2.1 ports, a DisplayPort and a USB-B port on the back of the device. These can be a little difficult to reach, but this is where the G3223Q does something smart. Instead of hiding the USB-A and 3.5mm audio ports in the same place, it places them at the bottom of the display frame, just within arm’s reach of a user’s left hand. This makes it much easier to direct equipment through the screen.

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q Porter

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There are only two notable disadvantages here. One is that the monitor has no speakers – but it has audio controls, and Windows will try to route audio through it. This can be useful if you have a 3.5 mm headset, but it seems much easier to just connect a headset to a front-facing port on your PC. The other drawback is that the G3223Q has no USB-C ports. This means that it is not possible to route video via USB, and you must connect newer USB-C equipment with older adapters. It is a minor issue but disappointing in such an expensive product.

Dell 32 4K UHD Gaming Monitor G3223Q Review: Monitor

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