Summary: Be advised that you will not be able to get warranty service on this monitor. No Dell CSR -- they are in Phillipines and India -- will let you deal with tech support or get an RMA without a "service tag" or "express service" number.
If affordable 16:10 is a priority this is your deal
Christopher S., Newegg
18 September 2013
Summary: Purchased 2 of these alongside my FHD screen on my latitude, driving all three screens natively gives me a ton of workspace when removing into multiple machines. I would recommend purchasing a calibration tool if you're going to have multiples next to each other.
Pros: Stand is sturdy, bezel isn't obnoxiously large, has 12v power source and clip in for sound bar, cable retention looks tidy. OSD is intuitive, power nap feature is nice to keep monitors lasting longer. Gobs of screen real estate, love the aspect ratio, was worth it for the extra money.
Cons: Working in a limited space so the stand has somewhat of a larger footprint. Had to perform windows color calibration to get both within an acceptable levels.
Summary: I spend over 1 hours this morning trying to find out how to get a service tag and the only place I found is "No Service Tag" in Dell community forum. When I call Dell support, they still asking for Service Tag which not exist. Finally, Dell agreed to send me a replacement.
Pros: 1920x1200 for a little extra more display. Color is Ok, but not as good as U2411. Sharpness is similar as U2411 for my eyes. View angle and reflection control is good. USB connection is handy.
Cons: No HDMI, only DP and DVI, need use HDMI to DVI cable for many desktop and laptop. Light leak is bad, I bought 2, both has light leak from left bottom. One has 2 large area light leak. Seems like a common situation. No service tag for Dell monitor under 27" which means I have to call Dell. Talk wi...
Summary: After comparing a whole bunch of 24" monitors, I decided this was the one for me. It was on sale when I bought it and I'm honestly very happy with it so far. Its seriously fun just looking through my old photos again.
Pros: Color and contrasts are just brilliant, adjusts in more positions than your mom, 16:10 format is just the best
Cons: Refresh rate is not as high as the one that costs a lot more
Pros: Great picture and I love the brightness and solid colors. People complained it's too bright but I like it. I could always lower it if needed. I was worried after reading these, before I ordered, about a dead pixel but there are none. Looks great.
Cons: None so far. I'll update if things change after a week of ownership.
Summary: I think Dell needs to tell in the specs or description that if you do not have a video card that supports 1920x1200 resolution it will not work. I ordered one, really excited, because of the reviews, and I think Dell monitors are the best, only to be disappointed when I hooked it up and found it...
Summary: I had previously purchased a similarly-spec'd monitor from a competing brand, one that is widely known for its flickering issues. Do yourself a favor and buy from a real brand. This Dell unit does not disappoint.
Pros: -Crisp picture, especially text -Matte finish is great- I can look at the monitor and not feel like I'm staring into a mirror. -DisplayPort + DVI -Tilt/swivel/height adjustable stand is great, holds exactly the position you leave it at -Power button emits a soft glow that isn't obtrusive, even in...
Cons: No HDMI, which is an interesting choice considering DVI and DP are already there.
Summary: Upgraded from a Dell U1907FP, which was an awesome monitor, but I wanted something bigger and a little brighter. So far this monitor has delivered everything I wanted.
Pros: -nice and bright -1200 instead of 1080 -24" is awesome -compatible with previous Dell UltraSharp stands -height, swivel, tilt and rotation adjustment -usb ports on the side (why doesn't every monitor have this??)
Cons: -could be cheaper -i've never noticed 8ms to be a problem but it's not the fastest out there