Great monitor for the whole family to enjoy without squinting!
24 October 2013
Summary: Works and functions great, gaming and web sites pop out at you. Stunning color and clarity switch between programs with, for movie watching, either letterbox, streaming or widescreen; with dual DVI I can switch between viewing and web sites. Features; HDMI make cable tv viewing fantastic with full range of color and contrast. Multiple usb, card slots and video inputs right at hand to copy DVD's, music and other genres with ease. Makes a great tv monitor at 24".
Summary: I bugged this seller with several questions, all of which he answered very quickly and politely. I decided to buy it since it seemed to be a good deal, and I know diddly squat about monitors. The shipping was very fast, too. This was a gift for my husband, who was away at the time, and he just got home a few days ago. He set it up within just a couple of hours of being home. He fiddled with the settings for a while, switched out a cable, and viola!
Summary: The Dell 2408WFP is a wonderful monitor. I bought my first in 2008, and its still going strong. The picture quality is amazing, you get 1920 X 1200 resolution which brings needed extra screen real estate and there are plenty of inputs for all of your video needs, including 2 DVI, 1 DisplayPort, 1 HDMI, 1 Component and others. I also like that I can use the monitor as a USB hub and it also accepts memory cards.
Summary: The good: Strong overall performance; its tried-and-true design is both aesthetically pleasing and practical; video connections galore. The bad: Cool preset mode is too blue; no digital audio connection. The bottom line: The 24-inch Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP display delivers across the board in performance, design, and features. It excelled with movies and games, making it not only an excellent choice as an entertainment display, but also great for everyday Windows tasks.
Summary: This is my second Dell 2408WFP I do various tasks, and utilize two monitors simultaneously. I had my first Dell then used another Dell monitor for my second, it just didn't match up. So I found the same model here and purchased it. Now both monitors are completely in sync. I have optimized them both with my Spyder Elite and now I'm in business. Great color quality, natural, vibrant, realistic. I am so pleased with this product. Dell Delivers!
Summary: This is a nice upgrade from my Dell 2407wfp that was giving me a number of problems. This is a solid build 24" wide display that has a ton of connection to choose from. I'm currently using the HDMI connect for my display from my ATI 4760 1GB Video card. I have an LG Blu-Ray / HD DVD drive and the movies look outstanding. I'm a photographer and I edit Digital Video. I'm totally happy with my purchase. I'm so happy that I purchased a second one so I running dual 2408WFP's.
Summary: I am a video graphics professional who didn't want to spend the outlandish prices for critical monitors or monitors from Apple. After a lot of research, I pulled the trigger on this model. I calibrated it using color sync with my mac pro, and it's a beauty. One review I read had issues with font looking a little jagged on websites. This is true when compared to Apple's monitors, but I think it has to do with the sharpness and high contrast ratio of the Dell.
Summary: This is a stunning monitor with an outstanding 1080i HD-TV display as well. I am running it as an HD-TV monitor and razor sharp computer display (1920 x 1220 resolution) for my Mac-mini. The display quality is, as far as I can tell, equal to the higher priced Apple displays, which should not be surprising since both are reportedly made by Samsung. I bought it because I had limited space for a tv, and my desire to do photo editing. The monitor clearly will permit such.
Summary: The 2408WFP is remarkable right out of the box. The professional online reviews are correct. No bluster. A good deal can be had at dell.com I'm an amateur photographer, and I am a fussy about color reproduction. I also endlessly write and proof documents for work and school. I bought this 24" LCD monitor to replace two hulking Dell CRT monitors (19 " & 17"). They burn a lot of juice and heat up my home workspace.