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24" Dell U2419HX UltraSharp 1920x1080 IPS LED Monitor EXPIRED

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BHphotovideo.com has 24" Dell U2419HX UltraSharp 1920x1080 IPS LED Monitor on sale for $149.95. Shipping is free. Thanks Dealhunter30

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Response Time: 8ms (Normal Mode) 5ms (Fast Mode)
  • Viewing Angles: 178° vertical / 178° horizontal
  • VESA Mount: 100mm x 100mm
  • Inputs:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x HDMI 1.4
    • 4x USB 3.1
    • 1x 3.5mm Audio Jack
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You're right.

I just had a chat with B&H rep. The only difference is the cable that it comes with.

U2419HX comes with HDMI cable.
U2419H comes with DisplayPort cable.​
Anyone know if this is the newer/refreshed model of the U2415 also by Dell?
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Anyone know if this is the newer/refreshed model of the U2415 also by Dell?
It is a new model. The last two digits of the model designate the year the product was released. Thus U2415 was released in 2015 and U2419 was released this year.
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1080p in 2019? Should be <$100 to be posted here.
It's an "infinity edge" Ultrasharp, afaik you can't find a better IPS panel outside refresh rate, especially the warranty. These are high/top end professional screens, $150 is a good deal, I paid $150 for used ones 5 years ago(older model) and have no regrets.

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Anyone know if this is the newer/refreshed model of the U2415 also by Dell?
Yes it is, you can tell they are this year's model because the last 2 digits represent the model year.
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TU thanks OP
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Anyone knows why this model is not listed on Dell. Instead U2419H model is showing up on Dell site.
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This is a great monitor. I have used it for over period of years and it is still amazing.

If someone is looking for a a used one let me know.
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For what it's worth, this is one of the few monitors that has thin bezel and DisplayPort MST with DP1.4 output port, making it a great solution for anyone looking to daisychain a quality 1080p 3+ monitor setup. Otherwise, I would agree there are better performing monitors if you're just looking for a single display around the same or lower price point.
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Yet you don't provide any examples? The Dell Ultrasharp series has their best panels and a 3-year advanced replacement warranty and their Premium Panel Guarantee for ANY bad pixels.

With all the inputs, height adjustment, pivot and tilt, warranty and price, I'd be interested in seeing what you suggest is better and cheaper than this deal?
I bought my Dell S2419HM at staples a few months ago for $85 with a coupon from the slickdeals FP post. IPS, 1080p, 600 Nits, 75hz, 85% color gamut, 99% sRGB color gamut, Flicker Free, Dell Easy Arrange, Dell ComfortView, HDR Ready

The U2419HX is a good basic 24 inch 1080p monitor, perhaps great if it was 2 years ago. For $150 its a meh deal today. I will take my 600 nits monitor for almost half the price any day. I would also take a lot of other deals before this one. This is a meh deal and plenty others feel the same way. For $150 I would pay $50 more and get a $200 monitor that would blow this U2419HX out of the water. A bright 2k IPS 24-27 inches.

To each their own.

Edit: Since you want a current deal as well. Ill give you one of many I would take over this Dell deal. Just did a 1 minute quick search of SD to find this. And $10 cheaper

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...ed-monitor

2k vs 1080p, 300 nits vs 250 nits, 75hz vs 60hz, Freesync vs no Freesync. It's IPS as well

Edit #2: Heres another monitor hot off the press. Get 2 of these for $150

https://slickdeals.net/f/13340746-dell-se2419h-24-led-monitor-black-75
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1080p in 2019? Should be
Wishing I had the funds to splurge on an updated U2415 like this 2019 model. My U2415 is still a rock star though, thoroughbred stallion. Thanks for the info.
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I just ordered the 32" Acer 1080p monitor. Curious why this one seems to be a better liked deal for a smaller and more expensive monitor? Just brand and warranty?

Acer link for reference
https://slickdeals.net/f/13339228-acer-eb321hq-um-je1aa-a01-31-5-led-monitor-black-32-1920-x-1080-ips-135-ac-staples
Generally pixels-per-inch (ppi) translates to the sharpness of the monitor. Many people will tell you the sweet spot for 1080p is a 24" and for 1440p, a 27". It's all very subjective. But a 32" 1080p monitor will have a very low density of pixels. Dell ultrasharp line has always been a top contender.
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1080p is not considered ultra sharp anymore nowadays Stick Out Tongue
Yea that way even 4K is getting old because there is 6k and 8k content out there. RIP 4K
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Wishing I had the funds to splurge on an updated U2415 like this 2019 model. My U2415 is still a rock star though, thoroughbred stallion. Thanks for the info.
My laptop is from 2002. 😁
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Isn't this a better deal?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell...Id=6346534

It has a faster refresh, quicker response, brighter, and supports FreeSynch. Am I missing something?
144Hz
1ms Response
FreeSync
350cd/m2

EDIT:
I guess it has a TN panel, which would be a disadvantage in some areas.
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Isn't this a better deal?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell...Id=6346534

It has a faster refresh, quicker response, brighter, and supports FreeSynch. Am I missing something?
144Hz
1ms Response
FreeSync
350cd/m2

EDIT:
I guess it has a TN panel, which would be a disadvantage in some areas.
It depends on what your using the monitor for. The one you linked is geared towards gaming and is a TN panel. The one in OP is IPS which is generally better for color accuracy and viewing angles
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Isn't this a better deal?
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell...Id=6346534

It has a faster refresh, quicker response, brighter, and supports FreeSynch. Am I missing something?
144Hz
1ms Response
FreeSync
350cd/m2

EDIT:
I guess it has a TN panel, which would be a disadvantage in some areas.
Not for productivity which has no use for the 144hz refresh rate. Although significantly brighter, it is a TN panel. I would choose an IPS over the 100 nits but not by much

If youre wanting a gaming monitor thats a great deal.
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