Summary: I purchased this monitor and it failed (will not power on) after 18 months. It has a three year warranty and I have been working with Dell to have it replaced for two months, with no luck. Working with Dell customer service been a very frustrating process.
Summary: I saw the bad reviews for this monitor but I decided to try it anyways and I regret it. I got this monitor in today and within 15 minutes of unpacking and setting it up I was putting it back in the box to return. I should have known better.
Summary: I purchased this unit as a refurbished model. It appeared DOA through the display port. I was convinced I was "doing something wrong" so I began scanning forums for guidance. I discovered a host of bad review regarding DELL refurbished monitors, with one user even claiming to have had 4 monitors of...
Summary: This display showed promise but unfortunately it died after a week of usage. Dell support has been terribly disappointing to deal with. I've requested an exchange which they approved but never shipped.
Summary: Seller = Awesome. Dell = Not so much. Got monitor unboxed, all hooked up and found that half of the screen was just a block of white. The other half was almost completely devoid of color, looking washed out.
Summary: I purchased this monitor and about 3 months later it began having vertical green lines over the right half of the screen. After a week long run-around with Dell, they sent me a replacement, which was a refurbished monitor. The refurbished monitor had a dead pixel in the center of the display.
Summary: Text on white background is impossible to look at because of 'sparkle' effect created by anti-glare coating. It feels like you looking at text through a layer of dust. I know that good anti-glare coating is possible because I used Dell's own 24 inch model, Thinkpad IPS and MacBook Pro with...
Summary: It was an excellent monitor for 5 hours, when half of the screen stopped functioning. I have two other Dell monitors (not the U2711) that are working fine. Out of thousands of monitors Dell produces, I guess every once in a while one goes bump in the night.