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CaptNKILL
08-26-09, 10:22 PM
I really hope they release this in the US. Pretty much the only thing it doesn't have is a 120hz refresh rate. Other than that it seems like the perfect monitor.

http://www.desktopreview.com/default.asp?newsID=745

Look at all the inputs...

http://tech-reviews.co.uk/news/dell-shows-its-new-u2410-display/

:drooling:

The price in Japan comes out to $760 US which is ridiculous, but hopefully its cheaper when\if they ever sell it here.

bob saget
08-26-09, 10:58 PM
OHMYGOSH!!!!! I needs :D

Sazar
08-26-09, 10:59 PM
Discount + coupon == drooliness?

But I wants a 27" @ 2560x1600 res ultra-sharp :bleh:

Michael, make me one plz? :bleh:

nekrosoft13
08-26-09, 11:01 PM
I really hope they release this in the US. Pretty much the only thing it doesn't have is a 120hz refresh rate. Other than that it seems like the perfect monitor.

http://www.desktopreview.com/default.asp?newsID=745

Look at all the inputs...

http://tech-reviews.co.uk/news/dell-shows-its-new-u2410-display/

:drooling:

The price in Japan comes out to $760 US which is ridiculous, but hopefully its cheaper when\if they ever sell it here.

looks great, casing looks just like 2209WA

pakotlar
08-26-09, 11:02 PM
I really hope they release this in the US. Pretty much the only thing it doesn't have is a 120hz refresh rate. Other than that it seems like the perfect monitor.

http://www.desktopreview.com/default.asp?newsID=745

Look at all the inputs...

http://tech-reviews.co.uk/news/dell-shows-its-new-u2410-display/

:drooling:

The price in Japan comes out to $760 US which is ridiculous, but hopefully its cheaper when\if they ever sell it here.

Sorry, what's so special about this? A lot of inputs? I'm not sure that's worth the premium for a computer monitor. That should be a selling point, but at the same price as the competition. Let's be honest we know that adding component in isn't an expensive proposition for dell.

nekrosoft13
08-26-09, 11:07 PM
Sorry, what's so special about this? A lot of inputs? I'm not sure that's worth the premium for a computer monitor. That should be a selling point, but at the same price as the competition. Let's be honest we know that adding component in isn't an expensive proposition for dell.

IPS panel

mullet
08-26-09, 11:31 PM
looks great, casing looks just like 2209WA

it's big brother.

CaptNKILL
08-26-09, 11:40 PM
Sorry, what's so special about this? A lot of inputs? I'm not sure that's worth the premium for a computer monitor. That should be a selling point, but at the same price as the competition. Let's be honest we know that adding component in isn't an expensive proposition for dell.

As nekro said, its special because its an IPS panel. They are apparently the only option for an LCD if you care about image quality (TN = bad quality) and are sensitive to input lag (PVA = bad lag).

I'd gladly take a more basic screen with less inputs for a lower price as long as it used the same panel and ran at 1920x1200, but this is one of maybe 2 or 3 IPS panels on the market that are under $1000. The 22" Dell 2209WA IPS has been getting a lot of praise but the resolution isn't high enough for me.

If this is over $500 (which it most definitely will be) I doubt I'll get one, but its good to see them being produced again. The more IPS panels out there the better. Sooner or later someone will make an inexpensive 24" 1920x1200 model.

bob saget
08-26-09, 11:59 PM
I might actually get it if its 500 or little less. I have money to throw away, and i really need a better monitor.

CaptNKILL
08-27-09, 12:03 AM
I might actually get it if its 500 or little less. I have money to throw away, and i really need a better monitor.

I still love my CRT but after seeing just how good an LCD can look, I'm very interested in getting my hands on a good LCD screen.

One thing I won't do is go below 1920x1200 resolution though. I've been gaming at 1600x1200 (basically the same res minus the extra bits on the sides) or 2048x1536 for several years on 19" and 22" CRTs. I'd have a fit if I had to look at beautiful razor sharp pixels that were 10 times the size of the ones I was used to. :p

Bearclaw
08-27-09, 12:10 AM
Just went on Dells website and they have 24" as low as $199. Not a bad deal. Could care less about quality.

CaptNKILL
08-27-09, 12:24 AM
Just went on Dells website and they have 24" as low as $199. Not a bad deal. Could care less about quality.

If you don't care about quality then just buy one of those.

No TN screen is going to look like a decent LCD TV though, let alone look like a good LCD monitor. The only non-TN screen under $300 is the 22" Dell 2209WA.

Bearclaw
08-27-09, 12:30 AM
If you don't care about quality then just buy one of those.

No TN screen is going to look like a decent LCD TV though, let alone look like a good LCD monitor. The only non-TN screen under $300 is the 22" Dell 2209WA.

Just saying, I don't do much anymore, just work and other random office crap. Would get it mainly for the desktop space. If I wanted to watch blu ray, etc. I would get a higher priced one.

CaptNKILL
08-27-09, 12:53 AM
Just saying, I don't do much anymore, just work and other random office crap. Would get it mainly for the desktop space. If I wanted to watch blu ray, etc. I would get a higher priced one.

If you aren't doing image editing, gaming or watching movies a TN screen should be fine.

Bearclaw
08-27-09, 01:13 AM
Well, duh. Why I said it. :bleh:

Delbert
08-27-09, 08:30 AM
Well i just ordered this....(nana2)
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-076-LG&groupid=17&catid=1120&subcat=
Same panel, great viewing angle, 0-16ms max input lag, great reviews...:)

Absolution
08-27-09, 11:00 AM
Sorry, what's so special about this? A lot of inputs? I'm not sure that's worth the premium for a computer monitor. That should be a selling point, but at the same price as the competition. Let's be honest we know that adding component in isn't an expensive proposition for dell.


the tech specs also list it as 1.07 billion colors instead of the usual 16.7 million aka 10bit color instead of 8bit

Maverick123w
08-27-09, 02:00 PM
I still think a decent TN panel is all you need. I've not bought into the hype on these IPS panels. No where near the image quality difference for the price IMO.

I got my screen for just around $200 and the image quality is fantastic.

bob saget
08-27-09, 02:26 PM
Well i just ordered this....(nana2)
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-076-LG&groupid=17&catid=1120&subcat=
Same panel, great viewing angle, 0-16ms max input lag, great reviews...:)

wow that one looks sick. Any reason not to get it?

Mojoe
08-27-09, 03:33 PM
Well i just ordered this....(nana2)
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-076-LG&groupid=17&catid=1120&subcat=
Same panel, great viewing angle, 0-16ms max input lag, great reviews...:)

Got mine a few days ago, no dead or stuck pixels. Just love it, no more TN Panels for me. ;)

Delbert
08-27-09, 04:23 PM
Got mine a few days ago, no dead or stuck pixels. Just love it, no more TN Panels for me. ;)
Nice... hopefully mine will be fault free also.....

CaptNKILL
08-27-09, 05:51 PM
Why the hell doesn't LG sell most of their good monitors in the US? :headexplode:

bob saget
08-27-09, 09:32 PM
Only one used one at Amazon :(
If I can find this, I am getting it.

mullet
08-27-09, 11:34 PM
Why the hell doesn't LG sell most of their good monitors in the US? :headexplode:

They hate us.

jeong
08-27-09, 11:37 PM
Looks very nice...very low input lag. Maybe I should hold off on buying 2408 and get this one.