Six hundred and change for a 27-incher with 2560×1440 resolution, 100 per cent representation of the sRGB colour space, 6ms response and a window-friendly matte finish. Nice. The UltraSharp U2711 arrived for $1000 back in February, and now you could pick it up from Dell for $800 — or — walk into Harris Technology and pay just $636. [OzBargain]
Lunchtime Deal: 27-Inch Dell U2711 LCD Monitor: $636
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