The Dell SE2717H has a 27-inch IPS panel with a 1920 x 1080 native resolution suitable for casual needs. At this day and age, this setup seems obsolete, but when you factor in that this model has an excellent IPS panel at sub $300, you won’t argue much further. There are multiple color modes in the OSD, but we found the Standard preset to be the most accurate out of the bunch. Accuracy and vibrancy are middling when compared to other options, but the undersaturation in the blue and red hues are rarely noticeable unless you need a professional monitor for photo editing. Contrast and grayscale output are also acceptable for casual applications, but If you want to squeeze out every ounce of performance from the SE2717H, calibration or tweaking using the Custom Color option among the built-in filters. Despite being a budget-oriented offering, we found this model to be capable of near Delta E 2.2 and capable of around 870:1 contrast ratio which are excellent results almost similar to high-end gaming offerings’ outputs.