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Dell UltraSharp U2410 Black 24" LCD Monitor (1920x12000, 6 ms, DVI, HDMI)
$496.85 to $735.48
Experience astounding color accuracy, precision and performance with the Dell UltraSharp U2410 monitor. Enjoy 1920x1200 maximum resolution, 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio and 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
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SummaryProduct Title:Dell UltraSharp U2410 Black 24" LCD Monitor (1920x12000, 6 ms,
Lowest Price:$496.85from Amazon.com
DescriptionExperience astounding color accuracy, precision and performance with the Dell UltraSharp U2410 monitor. Enjoy 1920x1200 maximum resolution, 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio and 80,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
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- Cable Connectors: DVI|DisplayPort|HDMI (Type A)
- Parent Retsku: B00302DNZ4
3 Reviews for Dell UltraSharp U2410 Black 24" LCD Monitor19/04/2010Dell UltraSharp U2410 LCD Review
After doing lots of research on various monitors I decided to buy this one. I'm a graphic designer so I needed a somewhat low cost, high quality monitor.
I wasn't disappointed, as this is probably the best monitor I've ever owned, even better than my old 23" Apple Cinema HD Display. It uses the same IPS technology as Apple and other high-quality designer-oriented monitors, making it great for color-accurate graphic design and video work. The only downside of this is that IPS costs more than the TN panels found in most consumer LCDs. In my opinion it's worth it, though.
The U2410 has tons of features that other monitors in the same price range don't have, like an IPS panel, 96% Adobe gamut, three-way pivot, PIP, USB hub, etc. In terms of features (with the optional sound bar) the only thing close is the Foris FX which costs twice as much (yikes).
In terms of size, the U2410 is...14/05/2010We have more than a dozen of these monitors at work and I have two on my desk and one at home. The monitors arrive with an enclosed calibration sheet. Apparently they are factory calibrated now. Because I work on media I needed a color accurate monitor that could also double as a day to day working display for coding, presentations and documents. Out of the box these monitors required less calibration work than any LCD monitor or TV that I've used in the past five years. I saw none of the pink or green tinge referred to in other reviews. Nor was there any noticeable graduation of color tint from one side to another. In fact side by side the monitors appear perfectly matched and even.
The color from these monitors is very neutral, which is to say quite accurate. While they are not 'reference' quality they don't fall far short of the mark. For the price they are a good deal. You should be aware that IPS is known for accuracy and range of colors. The display is not LED...22/03/2010I had three of these and there are many that have had more. These monitors have a horrible tinting problem where the monitor is Green on one side and Pink on the other. Dell claims that it's within normal limits and actually a "feature" which is the craziest thing I've ever heard. Yes, other monitors use the same panel but they allow for multiple point calibration on the panel to counter it, but Dell only allows for calibration for the entire panel as a whole... THIS IS NOT something you can make better with software or monitor settings, believe me!
So the Green to pink tint makes this monitor useless for any serious photoshop, photography, or advertising work as your color will ALWAYS differ from one side of the monitor to the other. You can't get your greys right to save your life! Google it yourself before buying this monitor and save yourself the frustration. Also, Dell is no longer allowing users to return the monitor until they get one that DOES NOT have the green to...