- Resolution: 1920x1200
- Panel Type: IPS
- Response Time GTG: 8ms
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (2,000,000:1 dynamic)
- 3-year Warranty
- 4x USB (downlink)
- 1x Displayport
- 1x DVI
- 1x VGA
Dell Small Business has 24" Dell U2412M Ultrasharp IPS 1920x1200 LED Monitor for $329 + free shipping. Thanks RcketScientist
RcketScientist ( ) Aug. 30, 2011 at 8:08am
Dell has this automatically discounted today. It's been the full MSRP of $400 for a while now. Lowest I see elsewhere is about $370.
Bear in mind that this is the new version which is an upgrade from the point of view of the LED backlighting, but a downgrade from the point of view of the color gamut. It hasn't been out long so I'm not sure the trending on this item, but it's the first time I've seen it discounted.
I used two $75 promo cards from a prior deal, so it made this dirt cheap!
Dell UltraSharp U2412M Monitor with LED
Diagonal Viewable Size:
24" (60.96 cm) viewable area
Panel Type, Surface:
IPS (In-Plane Switching), anti glare with hard coat 3H
1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
1000 : 1 (typical)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:
2 million:1 (Max)
300 cd/m2 (typical)
8ms (gray to gray) Typical
Max Viewing Angle (vertical/horizontal)
178º / 178º
16.7 million colors
82% (CIE 1976)
1 Digital Visual Interface connectors (DVI-D) with HDCP
1 Video Graphics Array (VGA)
1 USB 2.0 upstream port
4 USB 2.0 downstream ports
DC power connector for Dell Soundbar
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A good review here:
For the most part, sounds like a U2410 (which I have - amazing monitor), but with the following differences:
*E-IPS panel (6Bit+FRC)
* Much narrower and uses less power, due to LED instead of CCFL
* Is *not* wide-gamut (i.e. only covers sRGB, not AdobeRGB). Important if you are a graphics professional who works in those colorspaces, unimportant if you only use it to view media.
Overall, sounds like a great solution for casual users who just want a very high quality display. Probably not good enough for a graphics professional who needs to work in AdobeRGB.
Some direct comparisons to the U2410 (and other monitors) here:
Looks like a much worse performer gaming wise: http://www.digitalvers
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