Conclusion: The Dell P2714T is an attractive 27-inch touch screen monitor that delivers good overall performance and is equipped with lots of I/O ports. You'll pay premium dollars for the touch technology, though.
Conclusion: To be fair, the P2714T is a reasonably good display. Managing a delta error of less than one in every color besides two is not a bad showing for a consumer display, and this monitor also provides excellent brightness along with a reasonably sharp picture. A consumer who didn’t know better could probably buy this display and think it excellent – if they refused to look at the new Ultrasharp their friend had purchased.
Conclusion: As we said when we reviewed the P2414H, the move to a more rounded panel technology with the new P series is certainly welcome. We were expecting an LG.Display IPS panel here but we actually got Samsung's very similar PLS technology instead. By moving to IPS/PLS, Dell are able to offer a very good all round performance from the panel, to go along with their usual good all round feature and spec set.
Pros: Good all-round performance from PLS panel, Decent responsiveness and very low lag for gaming, Light AG coating
Cons: Missing HDMI connection, DCR function is pretty much useless in practice, PWM is being used for backlight dimming
Excerpt: Fazit: Der Multitouch-Monitor Dell P2714T überzeugt im Test mit hervorragend reagierendem, kapazitiven Touchdisplay und geringem Stromverbrauch. Zudem gefällt die Möglichkeit, dass Sie den 27-Zoll-Monitor für optimale Touch-Bedienung auch flach auf den Schreibtisch neigen können. Andere ergonomische Features wie Höhenverstellbarkeit oder Pivot-Funktion fallen diesem ungewöhnlichen Feature zum Opfer.
Pros: Multitouch, Sehr gute Energieeffizienz, Hohe Bildqualität, Neigbar auf 20° zur Unterlage