Excerpt: At a time when you can buy a 24-inch LCD monitor for less than $300, why would you ever consider spending twice that much for Dell’s 24-inch UltraSharp U2410? Because the U2410 is a precision instrument; those $300 monitors are really just HDTVs sans tuners. To be fair, those cheap monitors are a good deal if all you need is a display for watching movies, surfing the web, playing games, and editing snapshots destined for Flickr or grandma’s digital picture frame.
Pros: IPS panel; excellent color accuracy; ergonomic stand; integrated USB hub and media card reader.
Cons: Expensive; slow response time (at least when compared to TN panels).
Summary: The only way to get better quality than the Dell UltraSharp U2410 is to spend a lot more money — if you need a 24-inch, are on a budget but still need great quality images, we can wholeheartedly recommend this screen.
Pros: Great colours, Multiple inputs, Good adjustability, Affordable price