Excerpt: Looked for a monitor that could support gaming and content creation. No monitor is perfect but this one strikes a great balance. Bought 3 for nVidia surround mode. Unboxing and assembly were much better than average. Just cut the box open on top, flip it upside down, and pull off the box. Stand just snaps in. Ready to roll in under 2 minutes. Bezels are super thin, net about 1/2", and butt up nicely. 5ms response should be good enough for most games my kids play.
Summary: I bought two of these monitors. I am using it with my Macbook Pro Late 2013 Retina 15" with Intel Graphics. Daisy chaining is not working I only tried once but I am sure I did it right. After reading problems on dozens of forum post. I did not bother trying. So I ended up using two mini display ports on my mac. I tried it both on Windows 8 and Mac OS. Both worked fine. Windows did not work immediately. A couple of restarts and plugging in and outs.
GREAT PICTURE QUALITY, BUT OVER RATED and HAS OVERLOOKED ISSUES
2 weeks ago
Summary: I think most reviewers are allowing themselves to be wowed by the nice appearance of this monitor and its excellent immediate impression given for image quality. First impressions of this monitor by anyone will be that this monitor is outstanding, but dig deeper and use the monitor a while, you will become frustrated as myself.
Summary: The connection options for this monitor puts this device in constant power saving mode making it impossible to use for my dual monitor experience. I have to reboot my pc and setup the dual monitor option every time. A huge hassle so I will get another monitor with good old standard vga connections.
Summary: I love the narrow bezel that frames the display. I wish that Dell had opted to loss its logo from the front and gone with a narrow bezel all the way around. Though, I understand why they didn't, both for their own personal advertising and to make the buttons easier to integrate into the frame rather than having to get slightly more creative with their placement.
DisplayPort 1.2 and Daisy Chaining- What you need to know
3 weeks ago
Summary: I bought three of these monitors at the same time, as well as 3 DisplayPort 1.2 cables (I TRIPLE checked this because of how I wanted to configure the system). My setup is somewhat unique, so this review is primarily for those that want to have a single displayport 1.2 cable driving all three monitors in a daisy chain setup. The idea is relatively simple: Your graphics card output going into monitor 1 input.