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Lenovo ThinkVision P27h-10 vs. Dell UltraSharp U2719DC

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I am looking to upgrade my Set-up with a new Notebook (Dell XPS 13 or Spectre x360) and a Dual Monitor Set-up.

After some research I ended up with Lenovo ThinkVision P27h-10 or Dell UltraSharp U2719DC both 1440p, USB-HUB, Slim Bezel, USB-C charging (65 Watt Dell/45 Watt Lenovo).

Now to my questions:

  1. Experiences with those brands or models?
  2. Do you think the 65 Watt "future proofs" the Dell more?
  3. The Dell is around 30~35% more expensive, in money terms 488 vs 350.
  4. Suggestions, Tips, give me your wisdom!
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20 minutes ago, EWIL said:

I am looking to upgrade my Set-up with a new Notebook (Dell XPS 13 or Spectre x360) and a Dual Monitor Set-up.

After some research I ended up with Lenovo ThinkVision P27h-10 or Dell UltraSharp U2719DC both 1440p, USB-HUB, Slim Bezel, USB-C charging (65 Watt Dell/45 Watt Lenovo).

Now to my questions:

  1. Experiences with those brands or models?
  2. Do you think the 65 Watt "future proofs" the Dell more?
  3. The Dell is around 30~35% more expensive, in money terms 488 vs 350.
  4. Suggestions, Tips, give me your wisdom!

Dell all the way.  You pay a good amount for quality.


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