|Computer Memory Type||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hardware Interface||DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0|
|Response Time||6 Milliseconds|
|Scanner Resolution||UXGA Wide|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||24 Inches|
|Viewing angle||178 Degrees|
|Image Brightness||300 cd/m²|
|Image Contrast Ratio||1000: 1|
|Resolution||1920 x 1200 Pixels|
|Max Resolution||19201200 Pixels|
|Horizontal Resolution||1920 Pixels|
|Max Vertical Resolution||1200 Pixels|
|GSM frequencies||60 Hz|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz|
|Total Usb Ports||2|
|Connector Type||Display Port, USB, Mini Displayport, HDMI, Display Port 1.2|
|Mounting type||Mounting-Hole Pattern 100 x 100 mm|
|Real Angle Of View||178 Degrees|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Supports Bluetooth Technology||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 40 x 40.39 cm; 6.69 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||6.69 kg|
|Language||French, English, English, English, English|
|Item Model Number||U2415|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||21 July 2017|
Dell Ultrasharp U2415 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor
|Screen size||24 Inches|
|Scanner Resolution||UXGA Wide|
About this item
- Virtually borderless viewing ideal for a multi-monitor set-up; with more vertical resolution available on the U2415 16:10 monitor
- Fully adjustable features like tilt, swivel, height adjust including pivoting both 90 Degree clockwise or counter-clockwise, allowing the thinnest possible edges to be placed side by side
- Connect seamlessly to other peripherals simultaneously without compromising on picture quality via digital connectivity. A high current USB 3.0 charging port supplies twice the power for charging and powering BC1.2 compatible devices, and DP1.2 supports multi-stream transport.
- High color depth of 16.78 million colors enable great color details
- Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
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Revel in the superior screen performance of the Dell UltraSharp 24 Monitor, loaded with premium features for an exceptional viewing experience.
Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display
Display Size: 24.1 inches
Resolution: 1920 x 1200 at 60Hz
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:10)
Backlight Technology: LED
Display Screen Coating: Antiglare with hard-coating 3H
Panel Type: In-plane switching (IPS)
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
Brightness: 300 cd/m²
Response Time: 6 ms gray to gray (typical)
Viewing Angle: (178° vertical / 178° horizontal)
Colour Support: Colour Gamut5; (typical): 91% (CIE1976), sRGB coverage 99% 16.78 Million colours
Pixel Pitch: 0.27 mm x 0.27 mm
Stand: Height-adjustable stand, tilt, pivot (clockwise and counter-clockwise), swivel and built in cable-management
2 HDMI(MHL) connector
1 Mini DisplayPort
1 DisplayPort (version 1.2)
1 DisplayPort out (MST)
1 Audio Line out (connect your speakers)
5 USB 3.0 ports - Downstream (5 at the back, 1 with battery charging)
1 USB 3.0 port - Upstream
USB 3.0 Hi-Speed Hub (with 1 USB upstream port and 5 USB downstream ports)
Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Anti-theft stand lock slot (to panel).
Dimensions with stand:
Height (Compressed ~ Extended): 15.86 ~ 20.39 inches
Width: 20.95 inches
Depth: 8.07 inches
Dimensions without stand (H x W x D):
Height: 13.80 inches
Width: 20.95 inches
Depth: 1.80 inches
Weight (with packaging): 18.37 pounds
Visible screen diagonal
24" / 61 cm
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I use it as an external screen to a Macbook Retina, which I run both Mac OS and Windows 10 on. Its works fine with both operating systems.
Lets take a look at what I would call the Pro's and Con's....
- Out of the box its well colour calibrated on the Standard setting.
- Compared to most of the few other 16x10 format screens its a good price.
- Image quality overall is good (with some tweaking, see the Con's).
- Has a built in USB3 Hub.
- Built-in power supply, so no huge brick to have to find a place for.
- No dead pr stuck pixels on mine (at least none that I have noticed).
- Display to MiniDP cable provided.
- No issues walking from sleep (providing you select DP 1.2 from the on screen menu). It defaults to the old DP 1.1 and this does give sleep issues.
- The connections panel on the back is almost unusable, the only way to slot in USB cables etc is to lay the screen flat, even then its quite an exercise in manual dexterity. Laughingly it comes with a cover for the connections area, for the life of me I cant see why they would make such a thing.
- On the various images of the screen in the Dell and Amazon listings it shows the image extending to the thin bezel, Dell even tout that its edge to edge or something like that. The image DOES NOT extend to the bezel, there is a black frame border to the screen of approx 7mm. I cant say this would have concerned me much if I hadnt been expecting that it was edge to edge and spent most of a day trying to fix what was a non-existent problem.
- The back lighting isnt consistent across the screen. Its not bad just not that good.
- Out of the box was far too bright at a setting of Brightness 60. You could illuminate a darkened room with it.
- While the overall colour was good, the whites were too blue on mine. Adjusting the Colour Temp in the menu is a waste of time as it auto selects certain temps. 5700k is far too red and 6500 too blue, and nothing in between.
- The onscreen menu is aweful, touch sensitive buttons that sometimes work and sometimes dont, why cant we have real push buttons?!
- Maybe a small matter but the power button is bright white and very bright with no way to adjust it. I ended up with a piece of black insulating tape over it.
- The packaging is horrendous! Getting the screen out of the box is a logistical nightmare. As daft as it sounds I couldnt get it out of the box and had to look up a Youtube video on unboxing it, where I saw there is a well hidden tab in the box that needs to be pushed in. Even so, good luck.
Its a decent enough screen that mostly seems to lack an attention to detail. If you are after a 16x10 format screen you may have no choice other than to get this one. It serves a purpose. If you absolutely have to have a 16x10 screen then I suppose I would recommend this, just be prepared for some annoyances. If you dont absolutely need a 16x10 then look elsewhere for better choice and quality.
1) 1920 x 1200 - the extra height compared to 1080 monitors is valuable, more vertical space for extra productivity, really worth it
2) many inputs - DP and Mini DP, 2 HDMI. Can output to another DP monitor (did not test it). Has also a hub (upstream USB 3.0 fat cable)
3) bright enough, although i prefer it to keep in lower brightness.
4) image quality is superb
minimal light bleeding (IPS screen)
5) Nice stand, allows full adjustment: vertical, horizontal, rotate to landscape, angle adjustment. Also the stand allows the monitor to sit quite closed with the wall, without taking too much space - compared to other stands, it's a space saver.
6) slim bezels
1) capacitive buttons are "mneah", would have preferred real buttons. About 9/10 touches are ok, sometimes 1 missed...
1) no quick access to the back usb ports (newer models fixed that, by placing few usb ports on the sides - but also newer models have lost other features of this excellent model, or come at much higher prices)
The articulations that are available, with the exception of the monitor height, are stiff and a bit difficult to use. Rotation on the base is particularly difficult: the base has to be held still and rotation performed by rotating the vertical pillar with the other hand, doing it by pulling/pushing either end of the monitor gives the impression that too much strain is being applied to the monitor.
One minor point, of interest to radio amateurs, the monitor produces a small amount of RFI in the 10 metre band and to eliminate this I had to use a ferrite toroid with the HDMI cable passing through three times, giving a lossy 90 micro-henries or so.
However, overall, I'm very pleased with it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 October 2018
The only "not perfect" thing is that when displaying true black, the monitor displays some light leaks, but that is to be expected from an IPS screen and does not mean the quality of the monitor is bad. It also wouldn't bother anyone, but it is worth mentioning so that folks don't think their tech is broken.