Summary: I've used this as my work monitor with a NVidia GT640 graphic card for a few years now and never had an issue with it. Good color and resolution, HDMI input available. Yes, it takes four side-button pushes to switch between sources; but it has two 'shortcut' setups available.
This is a good economical LARGE monitor - easy on the eyes
24 July 2013
Summary: This is a good monitor and price was right via used on ebay. I had had a slightly smaller Dell 2208wfp at work which spoiled me. Now, I hate looking at my laptop's built in tiny 14-15" screen - ruins my eyesight. Anyhow, this St2410b is even better on the eyes.
Summary: The good: The Dell ST2410B is a good-looking 23-inch monitor with HDMI and DVI support at a low price. The bad: The Dell ST2410B low brightness level keeps colors from really popping when watching movies and playing games. Also, the monitor lacks ergonomic options and extras.
Summary: I've had this monitor for about a year now and I must say it is a good monitor for the money. This monitor had worked well for gaming (although I have to admit I'm not a hard-core gamer), general office work, and watching movies.
Summary: This is just like plastic toy monitor. I can lift up with two of my finger easily. Quality of Picture is bad. Blurring picture and shaking. I don't know why. No DVI cable comes with it. Customer service wouldn't like interested to help or suggest on the phone but to apologize
Summary: Amazing monitor, I opened the box up and the first thing that came was me.. LOL This monitor is awesome for the price. Its huge! The colors are amazing, and it has an HDMI port! 5/5! The only con is the base, it doesn't have height adjustment but that wasn't much of a problem for me.
Good monitor, great value, poor stand, no VESA mount
Todd C. Williams, Amazon
21 February 2011
Summary: Large monitor with good quality video. Glossy frame and white back is a little funky, but no big deal. Lack of an adjustable stand can be a problem. However, the deal breaker for me was when I thought about mounting it on a standard VESA mount a year later. No VESA compatibility?! That's ridiculous.