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Dell U2412M 24.0" 60Hz Monitor

( 4.6 Average / 21 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Dell

Model

U2412M

Part #

M2GCR
(or) U2412M
(or) 469-1137
(or) 817-BBEF

Screen Size

24"

Recommended Resolution

1920 x 1200

Widescreen

Yes

Aspect Ratio

16:10

Viewing Angle

178° H x 178° V

Display Colors

16700000

Brightness

300 cd/m²

Contrast Ratio

1000:1 / 2000000:1 (dynamic)

Response Time

8 ms

Refresh Rate

60Hz

IPS

Yes

LED

Yes

Built-in Speakers

No

DVI-D Dual-Link

1

DisplayPort

1

VGA

1

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Ebuyer £209.99 £209.99+
Scan.co.uk £199.49 +£11.50 s/h £210.99
Aria PC £205.98 +£8.34 s/h £214.32
Amazon UK £217.00 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime In stock £217.00
( 3 new from £217.00. Last updated 5 days ago. )
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Novatech £229.99 £229.99+
PC World Business £228.99 +£11.99 s/h £240.98
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Reviews

from completed build Late 2011 Build

Best IPS monitor for that money at least in my country :)

from completed build Years invested

pretty good for an ips panel, I've had it for quite some time now. It's not that great for gaming, but it's awesome for movies due to the 16:10 ratio. Which again makes it not so ideal for gaming especially if you capture footage, you'll end up with black bars on the edges of your videos.

The Dell monitor was picked up at an insane price, and was added as a second screen for web page viewing and system information displaying while in-game. The colors are beautiful and the flexibility is very nice. The only complaint, is that there is no HDMI input. You either have to use DVI, or DISPLAYPORT. I used DVI, as DISPLAYPORT cables are impossible to find in brick and mortar stores. Because the graphics card firing order sends the DVI signal first, this second monitor boots up first. Not really a big deal, unless I have to get into the BIOS. The BIOS displays in landscape mode, and this monitor is set to portrait, so I have to crane my neck to use it. Kind of a pain, but still a nice monitor.