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Dell 38" Ultrawide Monitor 3840x1600@60Hz (U3818DW) + $200 Dell credits $849.99

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Dell is running President's day sale and have this monitor listed for $949 with $200 credit back. But on regular product page, you can get it for $849 with $200 credit back. It's a great professional monitor with 3840x1600 at 60Hz and most importantly USB-C with up to 100W PD (~95W realistic) for MB Pros.

Product spec:
Device Type: LED-backlit LCD monitor - 38"
Curved Screen: Yes
Features: USB 3.0 hub
Panel Type: IPS
Aspect Ratio: 21:9
Native Resolution: 3840 x 1600 at 60 Hz
Pixel Pitch: 0.229 mm
Brightness: 350 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Response Time: 8 ms (normal); 5 ms (fast)
Color Support: 1.07 billion colors
Input Connectors: 2xHDMI, DisplayPort
Display Position Adjustments: Height, swivel, tilt
Screen Coating: Anti-glare, 3H Hard Coating
Dimensions (WxDxH) - with stand: 35.2 in x 8.9 in x 17 in
Weight: 43.43 lbs
Compliant Standards: RoHS, BFR
Manufacturer Warranty: 3-year warranty
Bundled Services: 3-Years Advanced Exchange Service and Premium Panel Guarantee
Product Description: Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor: U3818DW
Diagonal Size: 38"

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Last Edited by sdaaronr February 14, 2020 at 08:57 PM
Go to Post #37 for way to get another 10% off via a coupon. Takes less than an hr. Got mine in 10 min.

Cashback sites are running another 14-15% off for the next few hours.


Honey provides a free expedited shipping code.


$764.99 + tax - 14-15% pre-tax price = around $650 - $200 Dell Credit

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Just jumped on this with 14% cashback. What's something I can buy on there with the egift cards that's easily resellable or should I just sell the gift card? Thanks...
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I have this and like it, but Apple products (at least my MBP) are not "officially supported". The only issue it has caused it is that when the MBP is powered via the USB-C signal from the monitor and it attempts to sleep, the monitor will go into "Searching for USB-C" mode, which apparently sends a wake up signal to the MBP. This results in an MBP that never really sleeps, and every so often I will see a flicker of light from my office when the MBP sleeps for a few seconds, then the monitor searches for the signal which wakes everything back up.

It was really annoying because it used to play the "charging chime" sound, but I have since disabled that annoying noise.

Other than that, the monitor is great for productivity. I went from a 3 monitor setup (23|27|23) to this and haven't looked back, other than the fact that my desk is now so bare without all those monitors.

If you are using anything Apple, then I suggest a screen manager such as Magnet or similar that allows for snapping windows to pre-defined sections. The u3818dw is the perfect size for 3 windows open side by side (split into 1/3's), or my preference is primary taking up left 2/3s with browser/secondary taking up other 1/3.
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Idk why I would need 4k for spreadsheets
I use a 4k 40" TV in one of my setups and spreadsheets rock.
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Uncommon aspect ratio is probably the biggest downside for me here. The display resizing options in Windows are still lackluster for varying aspect ratios between monitors. Would be nice if you're only running 1 monitor.
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I think it is too expensive @ $850. It's almost like you can get a cheap 40" 4K TV that supports chroma 4:4:4, then cover the top 26%(560 pixels) of the scene with a board and finally use a $20 software with which you tell your OS to resize all your windows in the bottom 74% of the screen to arrive at this screen. You are literally paying more for less here. Sure it won't be curved but seriously $850??? Perfect example of how market demand for a product category can drive costs up ridiculously.
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Bought this monitor on prime day for around $780 (but no $200 rebate). It is awesome for what it was designed for - productivity. Takes up less desk space than 2 x 27' monitors I use it with Dell's display manger to snap a different application windows into each quadrant (Windows only for the Dell sw, but there are Mac equivalents). . Super productive to have an IDE with a browser, slack, and email on one screen If I needed the $200 for something at Dell, I'd buy another one to take to my office. FWIW - I tried a 4K TV but prefer this setup. The 4K TV did not have an adjustable height stand, built in USB hub to swap keyboard and mouse between my work (Dell XPS) and personal (MBP) laptops, etc. Probably not the best option for gaming, but for it's intended use - productivity - it is great.
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This is a great monitor for productivity especially for coders!

Maximized the deal by doing whats below

850 - 10% dell signup coupon - 15% cash back site - 200 dell gift card = 450

I will try selling the 200 gift card but if not, I got other things that i can buy from dell.

So effective cost is 450 for me!
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I think it is too expensive @ $850. It's almost like you can get a cheap 40" 4K TV that supports chroma 4:4:4, then cover the top 26%(560 pixels) of the scene with a board and finally use a $20 software with which you tell your OS to resize all your windows in the bottom 74% of the screen to arrive at this screen. You are literally paying more for less here. Sure it won't be curved but seriously $850??? Perfect example of how market demand for a product category can drive costs up ridiculously.
You have very little understanding of screens and the differences they can have in quality. You probably also buy speakers solely based off of watts and driver size smh
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I think this is one of the few monitors that has a usbc input and can charge at 100W. It's a niche feature but pretty useful if you're a power user and want that single cable life.

Could use more built in USB ports though.
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This monitor is great. it has usb-c and displayport with USB upstream. If anyone has to use laptop and the desktop together like me, built-in KVM eliminates any clutter while switching between the laptop and desktop. You may only play games on the desktop.
Does it have PiP or side-by-side display from multiple computers at once?
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Such as?
There is none better at this price point and resolution to be perfectly honest. This is not a gaming monitor. This is a office/work monitor. Dell's Ultrasharps are meant for work/business, not for high FPS gaming.
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Does it have PiP or side-by-side display from multiple computers at once?
Yes, you can connect a second computer and use half of the screen as display for that computer/laptop.
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I think it is too expensive @ $850. It's almost like you can get a cheap 40" 4K TV that supports chroma 4:4:4, then cover the top 26%(560 pixels) of the scene with a board and finally use a $20 software with which you tell your OS to resize all your windows in the bottom 74% of the screen to arrive at this screen. You are literally paying more for less here. Sure it won't be curved but seriously $850??? Perfect example of how market demand for a product category can drive costs up ridiculously.
You COULD get a cheap 40" 4K TV to use a computer monitor, but you are going to quickly realize how crappy fonts looks on it. Its not practical to use a $250 4k TV as a daily work screen. Quality/detail isnt there.
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