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24" Dell U2410 UltraSharp IPS 1920x1200 LCD Monitor + 3-Year Advanced Replacement Warranty EXPIRED

osslickd 49 October 3, 2012 at 11:55 AM in Computers (3) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Promoted 10-03-2012 at 11:58 AM View Original Post
Dell Home has 24" Dell U2410 UltraSharp IPS 1920x1200 LCD Monitor + 3-Year Advanced Replacement Warranty for $549 - $150 Instant Savings - 10% Coupon code XV4FRKQTP$MF0D = $359.10. Shipping is free. Thanks osslickd

Specs
  • Resolution: 1920x1200
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • Response Time 6ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178 H & 178 V
  • Inputs:
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x DVI
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x Component
    • 4x USB
    • 3-Year Warranty
Price Research: Our research indicates that the 24" Dell U2410 UltraSharp IPS 1920x1200 LCD Monitor + 3-Year Advanced Replacement Warranty is $89 lower (20% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $446. -iconian

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Edited October 3, 2012 at 12:14 PM by widgit
24" Dell U2410 UltraSharp IPS 1920x1200 LCD Monitor + 3-Year Advanced Replacement Warranty $359 + Free Shipping

This has been frontpage at $404 recently, now $359 : $550-$150 instant savings - 10% coupon code:
XV4FRKQTP$MF0D

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...7224398112

Specs:

DISPLAY
Panel Size:
24" (60.96 cm)
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen (16:10)
Panel Type, Surface:
IPS (In-Plane Switching), anti glare with hard coat 3H
Optimal Resolution:
1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
Contrast Ratio:
1000 to 1 (typical)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:
80,000:1 (Max)
Brightness:
400 cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time:
6ms (gray to gray) Typical
Max Viewing Angle (vertical/horizontal)
178º vertical / 178º horizontal
Color Support:
1.07 billion colors
Color Gamut
110% (CIE 1976)
Pixel Pitch:
0.27 mm
Internal Processing
12 bits
Pixel Per Inch
94
Support and Compatible with Industry Color Space
AdobeRGB (96% Coverage)
sRGB emulates 72% of NTSC Color (100% Coverage)
xvYCC Compatibility
Device Type
Widescreen Flat Panel Display

CONNECTIVITY
Video Graphics Array (VGA)
Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with HDCP
DisplayPort(DP)
Component
Composite
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Built-in Devices
Media Card Reader and USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Hub (with 1 USB upstream port and 4 USB downstream ports)

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Quote from Sam Hobbs View Post :
So they are all made in Korea, correct? The difference is that some of them are lower quality. Based on what you say, the implication that the lower quality products are Korean but the higher quality are not Korean is wrong.
There is no implication, all of the products are Korean. Dell uses the Korean panel just like the other companies I had mentioned. The only difference is the other Korean companies produce a MUCH cheaper product by taking their A and A- panels (which usually don't even have noticeable defects) and build their own displays. Depending on how much you're willing to spend you can get a basic display with one input, or one with multiple and extra features. Korean brands use cheaper components on the PCB's, and the lack of extra inputs and OSD mean there's less extra hardware included in the display. This all allows them to sell for as low as they do and compete with Dell UltraSharp displays. So yes, there is a quality difference between the two, but nothing I would consider to be major. Lower quality doesn't mean garbage, it means lower quality.

Dell, Apple, HP, Catleap, Shimian, Crossover, Overlord. All use Korean IPS panels made by LG. Is that clear enough?
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Quote from Zephon13 View Post :
There is no implication, all of the products are Korean. Dell uses the Korean panel just like the other companies I had mentioned. The only difference is the other Korean companies produce a MUCH cheaper product by taking their A and A- panels (which usually don't even have noticeable defects) and build their own displays. Depending on how much you're willing to spend you can get a basic display with one input, or one with multiple and extra features. Korean brands use cheaper components on the PCB's, and the lack of extra inputs and OSD mean there's less extra hardware included in the display. This all allows them to sell for as low as they do and compete with Dell UltraSharp displays. So yes, there is a quality difference between the two, but nothing I would consider to be major. Lower quality doesn't mean garbage, it means lower quality.

Dell, Apple, HP, Catleap, Shimian, Crossover, Overlord. All use Korean IPS panels made by LG. Is that clear enough?
Some people consider the difference between A+ and A- to be major.

Also, there is more to a monitor than the display. The quality of the capacitors alone have the ability to shorten the life of the whole unit as well as affect the visual output throughout its life.

There is also the circuitry design itself, which is specific to the manufacturer. That design is not just for bells and whistles, its also key to proper display of the full gamut.

I am not saying not to buy the cheap Korean brands, just that there is a difference. Whether a buyer values it, well, that's up to the buyer.

SteveG
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#93
Quote from SGogo View Post :
Some people consider the difference between A+ and A- to be major.

Also, there is more to a monitor than the display. The quality of the capacitors alone have the ability to shorten the life of the whole unit as well as affect the visual output throughout its life.

There is also the circuitry design itself, which is specific to the manufacturer. That design is not just for bells and whistles, its also key to proper display of the full gamut.

I am not saying not to buy the cheap Korean brands, just that there is a difference. Whether a buyer values it, well, that's up to the buyer.

SteveG
I know the Catleaps use smaller regulators, and some of the capacitor pads are left unpopulated. They use LG provided PCB's for the components. If one of the caps went bad on my display though, I wouldn't have a problem pulling it off and soldering a new one onto it.

I have 2 Achieva Shimians that ran me a total of $550. Can't tell the difference between these and the thousand dollar Apple Cinema display at Micro Center.
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#94
Quote from Zephon13 View Post :
There is no implication, all of the products are Korean.
Quote from Zephon13 View Post :
Dell, Apple, HP, Catleap, Shimian, Crossover, Overlord. All use Korean IPS panels made by LG. Is that clear enough?
I think you have lost track of the original comment; the comment that I replied to. The following is a repeat of what I initially commented on.

Quote from xazraelx View Post :
Eh, I've been in the debate between a Korean panel and an Ultrasharp for a while. For this price, I'll pay for the quality.

Also, as a sidenote, a lot of the recent korean panels are nowhere near as good of quality as the 'original' throwback panels. I think someone mentioned a date of late October for some more ...um, quality?...panels coming out, but I don't remember where or what sources they had.
Is that not implying that all Korean panels are of a significantly lower quality than Ultrasharp monitors? Does that not imply that Korean panels (not monitors) are not good quality?

Do you agree with the implications that there are no monitors made in Korea that are of comparable quality as the one in this deal, not even ones made by LG?
Last edited by Sam Hobbs October 4, 2012 at 07:58 PM
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#95
Quote from Sam Hobbs View Post :
I think you have lost track of the original comment; the comment that I replied to. The following is a repeat of what I initially commented on.



Is that not implying that all Korean panels are of a significantly lower quality than Ultrasharp monitors? Does that not imply that Korean panels (not monitors) are not good quality?

Do you agree with the implications that there are no monitors made in Korea that are of comparable quality as the one in this deal, not even ones made by LG?
I'm not sure if you are confused or trolling. Perhaps my post could have been illustrated more clearly.

What Zephon13 is saying is correct. To my knowledge (unless something has changed), the U2410 uses a panel made by LG. This is a 'korean panel.' The problem is that most people don't know that, and only associated the 'korean panel's' with the achievas/shimians that are all the rage currently.

The achieva/shimians are the panels that were rejected by Apple/Dell/(Insert other company) because they did not meet the quality standards these companies have in place. Those panels were then sold to Achieva/Shimian/Overlord/etc, who began selling them and shipping them internationally via ebay from resellers inside Korea

Does that make the point more clear? My apologies for misleading you to believing that the U2410 panel is not manufactured in Korea, because it is.


edit: I do not know the 'full history' behind these companies. I'm sure there are others much more knowledgeable than I, and I welcome them to correct me if need be.
Last edited by xazraelx October 4, 2012 at 09:02 PM
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