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The Dell UltraSharp U2410 is a 24” flat panel LCD computer monitor.

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Pros

a huge number of inputs - dual DVI, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, component and composite

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impressive responsiveness and input lag for an IPS monitor - game mode reduces input lag to 14ms down from 34ms standard mode down from the 64ms of the previous generation 2408WFP

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goes through a small bit of calibration at the factory - improves drastically on the accuracy of the default settings

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full 1080p capable resolution

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beautiful high-end hIPS panel - capable of accurate colour reproduction, great viewing angles with little shifting in colour or contrast

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extremely accurate once calibrated - with DeltaE at ~0.2, as accurate as much more expensive displays such as the 2490WUXi!

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high quality metal stand - features many ergonomic functions: height, tilt, pivot and rotate

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16:10 aspect ratio is the perfect trade-off between 16:9 widescreen and 4:3 fullscreen

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wide colour gamut - 102% of NTSC colour space

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lower MSRP than Dell's previous generation 24" flagship

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great preset modes includes an Adobe RGB and sRGB modes for normal use

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decent black levels

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can be had for much less during Dell Day of Deals - as low as $419 Canadian

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slick aesthetic

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Cons

still needs potentially expensive custom colour calibration for the best colour results

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high price for the majority of consumers

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poor panel quality - LG producing defective panels with poor green to pink tint issues, not seen as an issue by Dell

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less accurate out of the box than the previous flagship model (2408WFP)

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backlight buzz under 78 brightness level, like most cheaper displays with no external power supplies

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no user upgradable firmware - if you have a problem and want a better firmware you have to send it back to Dell

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blacks cannot match that of S-PVA panel monitors such as the previous generation 2408WFP

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The Dell UltraSharp U2410 is a 24” flat panel LCD computer monitor. The display is fully HD compatible, due to its 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. The aspect ratio of the U2410 is set at 16:10, meaning it's capable of displaying widescreen video content while still maintaining enough vertical space to be useful for productivity applications and web browsing. Picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture support is included for viewing multiple video inputs at once. The Dell UltraSharp U2410 also comes with PremierColor technology, which enables industry standard color with 12-bit color depth and 110% color gamut. This display comes with factory-tuned Adobe RGB and sRGB modes to minimize the need for further color calibration. Video inputs include one VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, Component and Composite port. A combination media card reader/USB 2.0 hub has been built-in to the monitor as well. The Dell ST2010 uses approximately 75 watts of power when in use.

Features
  • 24" TFT LCD widescreen display
  • 16:10 aspect ratio
  • 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution
  • 1080p HD capable
  • 1000:1 contrast ratio
  • 178°/178° viewing angle
  • 400 cd/m2 brightness
  • 6ms response time
  • 60Hz vertical frequency
  •  VGA, DVi-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, Component, Composite ports
  • Integrated media Card Reader / USB 2.0 hub
  • AdobeRGB (96% Coverage)
  • sRGB emulates 72% of NTSC Color (100% Coverage)
  • xvYCC Compatibility
  • 75W power consumption
Post Review
Yale
03/09/2011 10:17

$429 for Canadians again, today only (as always)!

Yale
02/16/2011 09:44

On the Dell's Business Day of Deals again for 439. Don't let the fact that this is for business stop you, they don't care!

Yale
04/26/2010 01:09

So far not very impressed. Louder than my 2209WA while suffering from the green to pink tinting issue. Probably avoid, even if you get it on sale like I did, dual 2209WAs would serve you a lot better for the same price, despite the lower resolutions, fewer inputs and technically 'inferior' panels - who cares about panel colour consistency anyway, right?

Yale
04/20/2010 10:31

Well this is on Dell's Days of Deals today for $429. It was such a good deal my hand instinctively went for the wallet. If it's a refurbished unit with tinting issues I might just snap and shoot up a mall. Stand by.

Yale
12/11/2009 12:51

While this monitor was at its cheapest recently during the 1-day Days of Deals sale for $480, it's currently on sale 'regularly' for $500. Great deal for such a nice monitor...

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