Summary: Great real estate (size), wonderful color, cheap price considering what you're getting (wide-gamut large monitor). Only reason it's not five stars? Because there's a barely perceptible "whine" that I find mildly distracting.
Summary: Fantastic overall but with gripes. You have to update it with some third party settings files if you want to use it with the newer macs and the display port, and said display port has some glitchiness now and then where it wants to send the monitor into power-save mode randomly and repeatedly, but...
Summary: I have not tested the USB3.0 yet that has been mentioned as an issue. This is version A06 so I think it is the fixed version. First monitor I got was A04 and the back sticker was partially pealed off making me concerned.
Summary: UPDATED 8/27/14 It took a bit of time to update this review, but in the meantime, a critical issue I had with the 2713H revealed itself: The cyan hue of this monitor I mentioned earlier is due to the colorspace of the monitor set to AdobeRBG, NOT sRGB. This was an error in settings on my part.
Summary: Well it took me a long time and a lot of RMAs, but I finally got a great monitor. I first ordered an Asus PB278Q and it had a stuck pixel. Sent it back and decided to step up to the next tier with a PA289Q. It had a dark spot so I RMA'ed it. Got another one with some SERIOUS light bleed.
Pros: - Amazing Colors - Great Configuration Options - Decent Black Level Performance
Cons: - IPS glow (typical of all IPS monitors) - Not the most responsive menu buttons
Summary: Back when I first bought a Rev A02 Dell U2713H in May of 2013, everything worked fine. However, after a few weeks the USB3 interface with the monitor died. Since I really did not need the USB capability at the time, and the monitor was the best I have seen from Dell, I held off calling tech support.
Summary: This is a great monitor if you need a full color gamut (I use it for working with scientific images). It's big, bright, high-resolution, and cheaper than similar monitors. However, if you're just doing web browsing/office applications, casual to moderate gaming, and amateur image editing, consider a...
Pros: Excellent color gamut. Red and greens are vivid, thanks to the BG LED backlighting and IPS panel. It's easily noticed when compared to the Dell U2713hm, which uses the standard W-LED (used in most new LCD panels) and has washed-out reds/greens. It's just about as good color-wise as my old Dell 24...
Cons: The USB 3.0 hub did not work, nor did the card reader. This is a common problem with these displays, but it is not a problem for me as I do not require the hub. The touch-sensitive buttons are bad. They are annoying in that are finicky in how they are touched. It's gotten better as I've gotten us...
Summary: The specs and price speak for itself, and a great price makes this a no brainer. I opted for this over the 30" because of the value this display had. Same technology/features in both, but you're paying significantly more for the 30" for a marginal increase is size.
Summary: Quite a wide monitor, had a 24 inch before and the vertical height is about the same. If you have a 24 inch and you want bigger I'd probably go for 30 inch if you really want a substantial increase in size. Easy to set up, excellent screen.
Great wide colour gamut monitor, but overshoot could be a deal breaker.
London Rabbit, Amazon
2 November 2013
Summary: For the price this is a pretty good monitor. Positives, Wide colour gamut, great for photographers at a reasonable price. The Uniformity compensation works well is standard mode, with it turned off my display has a very very slight yellow tint on the left side, turned on this is removed and the...