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24" Dell U2415 UltraSharp 1920x1200 LED Monitor EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 24" Dell U2415 UltraSharp 1920x1200 LED Monitor on sale for $225.92. Shipping is free. Thanks Carnivore

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  • Resolution: 1920x1200
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typical)
  • Response Time GTG: 6ms
  • Viewing Angles: 178° V / 178° H
  • Inputs:
    • 5x USB 3.0 Ports
    • 2x HDMI (MHL)
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x Mini DisplayPort
    • 1x Audio Line Out
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1920x1200 resolution
99% sRGB coverage at a deltaE < 3
Factory calibrated out of the box

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Wirecutter named it the best 24-inch monitor [thewirecutter.com]
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For those using U2415, you can get crisp letters on browsers by updating driver

http://www.dell.com/support/home/...erId=MHXHM
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Nice find!

I've had this monitor at a previous job. I really wish 16:10 monitors like this were available affordably at 27". As it is you have to go to "specialty" monitors to get this aspect ratio at sizes above 24".
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Nice find!

I've had this monitor at a previous job. I really wish 16:10 monitors like this were available affordably at 27". As it is you have to go to "specialty" monitors to get this aspect ratio at sizes above 24".
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I also have this although I think it's refurbished from Dell. Fantastic monitor. TU!
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Bought this monitor used via B&H ($200 with no tax if you're out of state) and love it! I have it set up vertically and use it as a side monitor, so that extra 120 px really comes in handy.

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I really wish 16:10 monitors like this were available affordably at 27". As it is you have to go to "specialty" monitors to get this aspect ratio at sizes above 24".
Not 27" and don't know what your idea of affordable is of course, but I bought the UP3017 which also has a 16:10 ratio (2560x1600) refurbished for $600 via the Dell outlet a few months ago. It's a great monitor, no regrets so far.
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For those using U2415, you can get crisp letters on browsers by updating driver

http://www.dell.com/support/home/...erId=MHXHM
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No PWM either, according to tftcentral. Looks like a decent monitor. Just sucks that we need to pay a premium on productivity monitors.
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Got my refurbs for as low as $130 + tax last year from dell outlet deals posted here. First order was $130 + tax, second one was $150 + tax. Just saying if you don't mind refurb you may want to set a deal alert and wait. I wholeheartedly recommend it for those wanting 16:10 and not needing high res. They're definitely the best I've ever owned.
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Why buy over the 4k version? Just bc it's less? Trying to understand why anyone would prefer over 4k. Thanks.
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Limit 1? Ugh.
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beware if you want to daisy chain monitors using cheap display port cables. the second monitor will lose video signal at times . i was able to partially fix this by swapping display port cables but the signal sometimes cuts anyway.
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Why buy over the 4k version? Just bc it's less? Trying to understand why anyone would prefer over 4k. Thanks.
Some of us aren't young enough for 4k to matter as much. Besides, I have 3 2415's on my desk. I would need A LOT more video card to adequately push 3x @4K for gaming.
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Why buy over the 4k version? Just bc it's less? Trying to understand why anyone would prefer over 4k. Thanks.
You have to use scaling to keep Windows from looking tiny on a 4k 24-inch monitor, and some apps still have problems with scaling.
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beware if you want to daisy chain monitors using cheap display port cables. the second monitor will lose video signal at times . i was able to partially fix this by swapping display port cables but the signal sometimes cuts anyway.
I think that's a flaw with the monitor, was happening to one of mine directly connected and I switched to HDMI
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