Previous screens: Hyundai L90D +, UE46ES5505, Asus N56VZ-S4224H.
The following was tested: Slösurfande online, Battlefield 3 and assorted movies in 1080p.
The following settings are used under http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1037603902&postcount=547:
Preset> Custom Color Red> 96 Green> Blue 93> 87 brightness 45 and contrast 75.
+ Compared to previous screens the colors are in a completely different class.
+ Sovereign viewing angles.
+ Design, matter of taste, but a very clean and simple design.
+ Stable tripod
+ USB Hub!
-No HDMI, but DVI and display port that provides the same image quality. DVI cable and VGA cable included.
Wow - Definitely the best PC related investment I have ever made. This monitor is very nice to look at and work with. I have been using it for gaming, watching movies and regular office tasks. It is great for all these things.
- 16:10 aspect ratio, 1200p resolution gives more space to work with
- eIPS panel with native 6-bit, simulated 8-bit colours looks fantastic
- No ghosting or any problems in high speed FPS gaming at all
- Excellent, sturdy build quality
- Useful stand with swivel and pivoting functions plus portrait mode supported
- 3 year manufacturers warranty
- Anti Glare coating for me is not noticeable
- Calibration is simple: recommend the settings used by a user named '10e' on overclock.net
- None yet
I definitely recommend this monitor. If you dont get this particular monitor, then have a look at other eIPS or true IPS monitors. The step up up from TN panels (of which the majority of monitors are) is massive!
This screen is really good, especially considering the price. The only thing that pulls down the score is just anti-glare treatment. I have heard many complain but I did not know it was that bad, but I guess you will get used to it. So I would recomend that you see the screen first before buying it. The colors are perfectly okay if somewhat cold, I guess I have to sit and tweak them a bit more. Otherwise there's not much to complain about. I love pivot feature, USB hub, and all the other features that this screen has.
So if someone is looking to buy a screen so I would definitely recomend this screen, as long as the anti-glare treatment is no problem. I myself will probably acquire another one ^ ^.
P.S. BIG plus to Dustin for the disgusting fast delivery.
had this in ~ 4 months.
- The size
- Panel (ips), can check from dead angles and still see what's happening on the screen. both up and down, side to side. BIG plus
- Lights up nice (people complain about back bleed, feel the light is perfect, and it does not penetrate light from the edges.
- Does not tire eyes down
- Usb hub (simple thing, but so wonderful)
- Height adjustable
- Set it straight up (so the length is greater than the width)
- Is stable
- Good colors
- The price (paid in 1800)
no, I noticed during the 4 months of use, and then moves it even around a lot
My two Philips brilliance 200P6 (20 "IPS UXGA 4:3 screens) from 2005 broke down with a couple of months and this was the replacement., I was a little afraid of being disappointed after reading some reviews on the net but I'm not as fastidious as the worst critic and my "real ips screens" of 2005 was probably not so sharp anymore after all., I am super happy with both the quality image and the height adjustable foot for the low price. Stylish is it also, now has three u2412m on your desk :)
What can you say? Cruel screen, can not get a better price.
+ Spot image
+ Increase / adjustable
+ USB port
Have 3 pieces arranged in Eyefinity and use them to simracing (iRacing). Works very attractive.
As usual with Dell screens are the foot just fine. It is important I think. Stable and with great attitude possibilities both with tilt up / down and sideways as well as rotation and elevation.
Extra plus for the built-in USB hub and native display port.
I am your satisfaction any time and given the price (2300: - I had to give), it is an obvious top rankings.
In relation to its price, it is probably the best IPS screen and the absolute best looking.
The cloudy Dell surface is nothing I bother me at. Have just my MBP Retina display to compare to, and a Lenovo IPS laptop screen. Not the best color-gammut, but then you have to pay 5k and up. Bought for 2000 SEK (Autumn 2013).
Used only for Photo Editing, Graphic Design and CADande.
Pixselstorleken is 0,27mm which is ok. Would like to have 27-tummarnas 0,23mm in pixel size (about 20% less pixels), but because Windows is abysmal at DPI scaling to get the 27 "too small text! So is 24" optimal for Windows until further notice.
Too bad this screen are PWM (Pulse With Modulation), which means that the LED screen flashes with very high frequency (> 400 Hz) instead of light constant. However, this is a phenomenon that is standard on 99.5% of current screens (though it seems Apple's products have ended with this since 2009!).
Above all, the screen looks great. Believe me get a little sore eyes and head at times because of this monitor's PWM. Thinking therefore about buying this screen instead (one of the few that does not have PWM!): HP ZR2740W. Bought a Benq BL2411 PT as a supplement instead.
UPDATE 1 year:
Have seen a Samsung monitor that compared very clean surface, almost like you can take on the pixels, felt very smooth without reflecting light pollution. The colors are even more contrast and black is blacker. So now I can think of this Dell monitor has a slightly turbid surface even though I did not before thought about it, but I do now. Moreover, it is not PWM free which is bad for your eyes why I draw from one star to 7/10, but only because. the latter.
Has, however, received no "bright spot" on the screen (small white dot of a few pixels, then a little lighter), but the same thing happened on my macbook pro retina screen. So something that might happen with IPS. Nothing I think and feel so wasteful of resources and time to change (if one can even there) for such a trifle. Think of the environment, be happy and use what you have with gratitude.
I would really like this monitor, but because of the anti-glare filter (for reflection) Dell has added to this, the image that displays blurry and hazy, especially when looking at the text with a white background where you can see small " dust "dots in green, red and gray that fills the entire screen, like looking through a window that has stood and dusted in a few years. Just the way it is. Returns the screen to something else without such kraftisk anti-glare filter.
Just want to make people aware that the screen is not as awesome as you get the impression.
If you are ONLY going to use the screen images, movies and games, so it is still a good buy. And the price is good.
Can not but say that I like Dell sharply. This beats the old samsung monitor I had firmly in his fingers. Should be noted that I only run it on its edge.
The frame +
+ USB hub
+ Easy menu
+ Viewing angle
- If you do not play with the settings, the colors, a slightly prickly
- Anti-glare, not as grainy as U2711
I have the brightness set to 57% so there is a lot of playroom. The picture looked good already out of the box, just a slightly blue. Iochmed that the menus are so simple it's no problem to change this though.
Before pushing it through to the main menu, there are two presets (you can change. Initially the "Brightness / Contrast" and "Preset Modes"), making it quick and easy to change to his will. It is besides real buttons and not some tramsiga touch zones.
Unlike samsun's tripod hacks not do this, but can with ease be set exactly as you want it.
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