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There have been some deals on older UltraSharp monitors lately, in particular the U2412. The 2412 is from 2012, so quite old, and a favorite among some users. The U2414 the 2014 model. (last 2 digits are year). This one added some features like USB3 hub (older models were USB2).
However, most UltraSharps in that era were 16:10 format which was preferred by many users. That was 1920x1200 in the 24" size. This model went down to 16:9. (1920x1080). As a result, it was not favored as highly.

For those that will ask "how is this better than the one i can get for $89 at X." The main difference is that UltraSharp series was made for business/professional use, is very solidly built, tends to have a very good display (some are even color-calibrated for graphics use). It has multiple inputs and a built-in USB hub. Also a very versatile mount system. This was originally about a $400 monitor.

That said, I already have 2 of the U2412s which I prefer for the 16:10 format, and I have newer higher-density monitors also, so I wouldn't be in the market for this since I don't need a 1080 monitor. But it is a good-quality one if that's what you are looking for.

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There have been some deals on older UltraSharp monitors lately, in particular the U2412. The 2412 is from 2012, so quite old, and a favorite among some users. The U2414 the 2014 model. (last 2 digits are year). This one added some features like USB3 hub (older models were USB2).
However, most UltraSharps in that era were 16:10 format which was preferred by many users. That was 1920x1200 in the 24" size. This model went down to 16:9. (1920x1080). As a result, it was not favored as highly.

For those that will ask "how is this better than the one i can get for $89 at X." The main difference is that UltraSharp series was made for business/professional use, is very solidly built, tends to have a very good display (some are even color-calibrated for graphics use). It has multiple inputs and a built-in USB hub. Also a very versatile mount system. This was originally about a $400 monitor.

That said, I already have 2 of the U2412s which I prefer for the 16:10 format, and I have newer higher-density monitors also, so I wouldn't be in the market for this since I don't need a 1080 monitor. But it is a good-quality one if that's what you are looking for.
The U2415 has the same features as the U2414H, but it is a 16:10 monitor (1920x1200).
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The U2415 has the same features as the U2414H, but it is a 16:10 monitor (1920x1200).
Yeah, I think the 2014 model was an aberration (some may say "mistake") and at the time was widely panned by people shopping for UltraSharps. (I think it was that year I got my U2412s which I was very happy with and the price had come down compared to the "new" U2414 which most UltraSharp buyers avoided.) Guess they "fixed" it again the next year.
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I've been looking for some good, decent priced, replacements for my wife. This fit the bill perfectly for what she wants/needs so I snagged 2. Thanks!
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waiting for the U2415
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Yeah, I think the 2014 model was an aberration (some may say "mistake") and at the time was widely panned by people shopping for UltraSharps. (I think it was that year I got my U2412s which I was very happy with and the price had come down compared to the "new" U2414 which most UltraSharp buyers avoided.) Guess they "fixed" it again the next year.
I own a u2414h, U2412, and a U2415. The u2414h has a number of annoying issues and quirks. I like the bezel-less design that they started using on the 2014 ultrasharps and newer monitors have.
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I've had 2x U2414Hs for 4 years... haven't really had any issues with them.
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I own a u2414h, U2412, and a U2415. The u2414h has a number of annoying issues and quirks. I like the bezel-less design that they started using on the 2014 ultrasharps and newer monitors have.
What type of annoying issues and quirks?
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Hands down the best monitor Ive owned. I have vision problems and had done a ton of research to get an eye friendly monitor. This one is it. Ive used it 8 hrs/ day for the past 5 yrs and have had no issues.
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This is a great price for this monitor. I'm using one as we speak.
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Looks like this can pivot for vertical orientation
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What type of annoying issues and quirks?
The displayport inputs are finicky. There have been a few occasions where the display will not wake up while in power saving/standby. I'm currently using with a Macbook Pro and the issue hasn't appeared with it recently. If you read reviews on Amazon and other sites, others have had far more issues with the displayport inputs...
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I have two of these in front of me as we speak and they're very nice monitors. On one of mine, all the soft-touch buttons will stop responding after it's been on a few days and I have to cycle power to fix it (using the on/off button on a power strip - not the power button on the monitor as that doesn't work). That one is a refurb from Micro Center, so maybe take that into account.

I was contemplating buying a third one of these for fun and going portrait mode on all three. But upon signing in to Rakutan with Gmail it asked me to hand over permissions for urlhasbeenblocked to read my Gmail messages. That gave me some time to rethink the whole purchase and decide that I didn't really need another one.

Adorama has this for $150 if you go to them directly and not through Rakutan. I heard scary stories about Rakutan's credit card number handling in the past and have always been a little nervous about them.
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I have two of these in front of me as we speak and they're very nice monitors. On one of mine, all the soft-touch buttons will stop responding after it's been on a few days and I have to cycle power to fix it (using the on/off button on a power strip - not the power button on the monitor as that doesn't work). That one is a refurb from Micro Center, so maybe take that into account.

I was contemplating buying a third one of these for fun and going portrait mode on all three. But upon signing in to Rakutan with Gmail it asked me to hand over permissions for urlhasbeenblocked to read my Gmail messages. That gave me some time to rethink the whole purchase and decide that I didn't really need another one.

Adorama has this for $150 if you go to them directly and not through Rakutan. I heard scary stories about Rakutan's credit card number handling in the past and have always been a little nervous about them.
Why dont you use paypal?
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