|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
Dell U2419H 24 Inch UltraSharp LED-Backlit, Anti-Glare, 3H Hard Coating IPS Monitor - (8 ms Response, FHD 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz, 1000:1 Contrast with Comfortview, DisplayPort, VGA, HDMI and USB)
|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
About this item
- Impressive screen performance: Experience superb screen clarity with Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution on a 23.8 Inch screen
- Colour consistency comes standard: Your UltraSharp monitor is factory calibrated at 99 Percent sRGB coverage to an accuracy of Delta-E less than 2, for precise hues right out of the box; plus with 99 Percent Rec709 and 85 Percent DCI-P3 colour coverage, you'll see true-to-life colours in video formats
- Always the best view: See consistent, vibrant colours across a wide viewing angle enabled by In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology
- Adjust to your comfort: Pivot, tilt, swivel and adjust the height of your monitor for a comfortable setup all day long; Dell's mproved design, with the hinge on the riser, makes it easier to adjust while keeping the riser in the same place
- Clean and clutter-free: Focus on your work while hiding away cable clutter with an improved cable management design
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Dell 24IN LCD 169 1920X1080 6MS 100001 HDMI DELLU2419H Monitors MonitorsVESA mounting holes (100 mm x 100 mm-behind attached VESA cover)
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Because of this the only way to choose a monitor is to read reviews online, watch youtube videos and then order one based on your impression over the internet.
Once you order it you have to hope that when it arrives and you set it up and switch it on it looks great and matches the review (even though many reviews online never mention picture quality, just numbers and stats which are useless to me).
Unfortunately I purchased this monitor without realizing the current state of monitors on the market nowadays as it is the first purchase i've made in about 10 years. For the price I just assumed it would be a great product, and most of the reviews on Amazon were positive.
I was really disappointed when I switched on the display. For a start 24 inches is too big for a 1080p resolution. There should be a 1440p option because there is more than enough space for it, and my eyes were crying out for a higher resolution (i've since learned that there are hardly any 24 inch monitors with a 1440p resolution available which is a shame).
I did my best to try and get used to the montor, but after 1 hour I admitted that I had made a bad purchase and for almost £200 there was no point in keeping it.
The screen was flickering too and my eyes started to hurt after a while. The display was very dim, and just the entire picture quality was awful. The fact that something like this can be made with such a bad quality and be sold for nearly £200 to a customer is unbelievable, but I guess we are now living in an age of crappy throwaway products and unfortunately Amazon is filled with them.
So my question is, today, how much will I have to spend to get a decent quality monitor, that I can't see until it arrives and I unpack it, set it up, and switch it on?
Amazon products are filled with numbers and statistics which make you think that what you're buying is an extremely high quality product, but it's a lie. They are mostly bad products and the descriptions, like Eyecare, 4K resolution, 144hz and a million other descriptions are just used to get you to purchase it.
I can guarantee you 10 or 15 years ago you would not see a monitor this bad on display in the high street electronics store.
My advice: do your research online, read reviews from trusted websites, not Amazon because the reviews are biased (except for most of the bad reviews). And lookout for descriptions in professional reviews about the monitor's 'picture quality' in particular.
I am disappointed in it and would not recommend.
I used to see Dell Ultrasharps (the old ones) in the office where I worked and it was clear the image quality of these monitors was a cut above the other panels you would see. Having had earlier Dell panel monitors I decided it was time to return to the fold.
The stand is great, the implementation of the menu system is much better than anything I've used from other brands, and Dell understand cable management so no complaints there. As for the panel itself its a bit of a disappointment really. The backlight bleed is outrageous and I've got to say the image quality is lower than that of my 6 years old Acer which was £30 cheaper at the time. I have tried calibrating and messing with monitor settings but I just can't get it to a place where I like it. Not to say it's not usable (far from it), its just that I would have expected a slight improvement.
Edit: When I wrote the review I had mainly used the monitor for mixing on my PC (Ableton). Last night I had cause to use a word processor and the uneven backlight became even more pronounced (really terrible - my t530 laptop is better and that's a TN panel). Also True Type fonts look absolutely dreadful, even after you calibrate. "Fuzzy" is not overstating how bad they look (maybe bad anti-aliasing?) Dell also have the audacity to include a sheet crowing about how accurate the colours are. No chance, don't believe a word of it. This is the worst IPS panel I have used apart from the stand and menu system.
Buy something else, its too late for me. Sigh.
+ Design (edel und sehr schmal)
+ Ergonomie (verstellbarkeit)
- IPS Panel: Trotz das es so hochgelobt wird erschien mir das Bild in ALLEN möglichen einstellungen immer zu blass und kontrastarm. Helligkeit extrem blass, selbst in höchster einstellung. Farben nicht satt genug und ebenso blass. Den MSI mit VA Panel den ich davor getestet hab hatte 1000x bessere Farben und Helligkeit
- Ghosting/Blurring/Schlierenbildung bei 5 und 8 ms
Wer jetzt denkt das ich das Teil zum zocken bestellt hab irrt sich, es ist nicht mal zur Fotobearbeitung geeignet. Habe nur Probeweise Far Cry 5 angemacht weil das Spiel satte und bunte Farben enthält. Dieses war jedoch garnicht schön und vom ach so hochgelobten IPS Panel werde ich mich am Samstag sofort wieder verabschieden wenn der neue Monitor eintrifft.
Absolut nicht empfehlenswert, weder für Singleplayer, geschweige denn Multiplayer Spiele, noch fürs Büro!