Dell G2410 24in Widescreen Monitor Full HD 1960x1080, WLED backlit £194.35 delivered @ Dell - HotUKDeals
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With a 16:9 ratio and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, the G2410 makes it easy to view two full web pages side by side with plenty of room for menus and toolbars.
Utilizing a high efficiency power supply unit and WLED backlight technology, the Energy Star compliant G-Series typical average power consumption is less than half that of comparable flat panel monitors
* 1000:1 standard contrast ratio (typical)
* Up to 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (typical)
* DVI-D Digital connector with High-Bandwidth Digital Copy Protection (HDCP)
* Optional Dell Flat Panel attached multimedia Sound Bar

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Some panel information for those interested...

Panel Technology TN Film
Lighting Technology LED Backlit
Color Depth 6-bit + FRC = 16.7 million colors
Viewing Angles 160 / 160
Response Time 5ms
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 (1,000,000:1 Dynamic)
Brightness 250 cd/m2

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#1
These are great screens but you need to make sure you check that your PC allows you to choose the resolution 1920 x 1080, I bought a widescreen monitor and I had to go in and change the regedit file as my 1 year old PC didn't have this resolution and/or most widescreen resolutions from 1600 upwards to be selected.
#2
Might wanna change the title to say the right resolution!

I was thinking "who the hell has a resolution of 1960x1080" lol .. seems like a nice price.

H + R added.

Very very tempting :P
#3
I have this, great screen. Shame the stand isn't height adjustable though.
#4
Only 1080P on a 24" screen? The price is right though.
#5
Fatal Exception
Only 1080P on a 24" screen? The price is right though.


Yes, that's the standard resolution on a 24" monitor, since the manufacturers lopped 120 pixels off the bottom and pretended they were doing us a favour ("Full HD!!!").
#6
Wow I like this, and quite a power saving compared to my current 60w monitor to this 20w
#7
Fatal Exception
Only 1080P on a 24" screen?

It's 16:9, as opposed to the more common 16:10. In other words better for those who watch movies on their PC's.

And a friend of mine 'in the know' informed me these LED panels are actually cheaper to manufacture, and you are just paying extra for the fact they are more efficient...
#8
Any guesses how long you'd have to use it to make it pay for itself compared to a 60W lcd? I'm guessing years.
#9
SimbaK2K
Any guesses how long you'd have to use it to make it pay for itself compared to a 60W lcd? I'm guessing years.


From my VERY rough workings out it'll pay for itself in just over 30 years time assuming you use it 8 hours a day.

:)
#10
Don't forget quidco!!!
#11
SimbaK2K
Any guesses how long you'd have to use it to make it pay for itself compared to a 60W lcd? I'm guessing years.

About £24 a year (assuming 12 hour use). That's the direct cost. The indirect costs in IT's contribution to global warming is going to cost us back much more than that in taxes, restrictions and prohibitions.

Of course it needs the majority of IT users to have a significant and beneficial effect. Hopefully that will include you if you take a broader view,
#12
zx6r6
From my VERY rough workings out it'll pay for itself in just over 30 years time assuming you use it 8 hours a day.

:)


Remember that the price of electricity is going up... quite a lot, snifs :(
#13
eldaras
Remember that the price of electricity is going up... quite a lot, snifs :(


Exactly! I've just changed my PC to a dell studio hybrid, so this would be the perfect companion but I shouldn't spend anymore money... :oops:
#14
Is this really a better deal than the S2409W, which seems to have a similar spec, apart from the LED backlighting for a bit less at £186.15 delivered? [Home and Small business section] The subsequent energy saving from 30watts [typical] to 20watts is hardly earth shattering....and the horizontal viewing angle is better by 10 degrees.

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=180695

Have to say I think the styling of the new one is aweful, though of course is aimed at the business community to help cut running costs. Also being a business deal, you won't have the usual consumer rights.......

Just thinking.....

I'm after a 24" to upgrade from my current Dell 22" TN panel but just can't get excited about this one :thinking:
#15
eldaras
Remember that the price of electricity is going up... quite a lot, snifs :(


Too true, every little bit helps thats for sure. It's just not worth upgrading only on account of the energy savings. If I was in the market for a monitor I'd take energy into consideration and most certainly this monitor, seems good to me.

Doubly so now I've just seen my plasma is munching 270w! eek!
#16
zx6r6
Doubly so now I've just seen my plasma is munching 270w! eek!

That's probably a max of 270w. If it were an LCD panel, it would consume 270w ALL the time as the backlight is always on full, but plasma's work differently. When a plasma display is showing a dark screen it consumes much less than it would if it were displaying a bright white screen.
#17
Faythur
Is this really a better deal than the S2409W, which seems to have a similar spec, apart from the LED backlighting for a bit less at £186.15 delivered? [Home and Small business section] The subsequent energy saving from 30watts [typical] to 20watts is hardly earth shattering....and the horizontal viewing angle is better by 10 degrees.

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=180695

Have to say I think the styling of the new one is aweful, though of course is aimed at the business community to help cut running costs. Also being a business deal, you won't have the usual consumer rights.......

Just thinking.....

I'm after a 24" to upgrade from my current Dell 22" TN panel but just can't get excited about this one :thinking:


I recieved my Dell S2409 the day before yesterday and I'm absolutely loving it. The image clarity and colours are superb and didn't require much adjustment straight out of the box. Sure it's a TN panel so the viewing angles won't match up to an S-PVA or S-IPS panel, but I sit directly in front of the monitor anyhow so it doesn't make a difference to me. It's also nice not having black bars on the front and bottom when watching HD movies, in contrast to full 1920x1200 monitors, although some would probably prefer the extra 20px in height. I haven't played many games on it yet, apart from GTA IV, which looks brilliant at this resolution. The S2409W also comes with 3 inputs (HDMI, DVI and VGA), whereas this model comes with 2. However, like this model, the S2409W lacks any height adjustment.

Nonetheless, it's an excellent monitor and I would definitely recommend it! I ordered it for £176.75 inc. VAT and delivery off the Dell Home website. Although the price listed is £186.15, if you speak nicely to one of the sales advisors you should be able to get it down to around that price :)
#18
Faythur;5827406
Is this really a better deal than the S2409W, which seems to have a similar spec, apart from the LED backlighting for a bit less at £186.15 delivered? [Home and Small business section] The subsequent energy saving from 30watts [typical] to 20watts is hardly earth shattering....and the horizontal viewing angle is better by 10 degrees.

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=180695

Have to say I think the styling of the new one is aweful, though of course is aimed at the business community to help cut running costs. Also being a business deal, you won't have the usual consumer rights.......

Just thinking.....

I'm after a 24" to upgrade from my current Dell 22" TN panel but just can't get excited about this one :thinking:


Both appear to be TN panels and at this price I'd avoid both.
#19
jukkie
It's 16:9, as opposed to the more common 16:10. In other words better for those who watch movies on their PC's.


Which movies would those be? Those shot in early widescreen (1.75:1), those shot in 70mm (2.20:1), those shot in CinemaScope (2.35:1), those shot in Panavision (2.39:1)? A few films, like Ben Hur were shot in "MGM Camera 65" (65 mm with 1.25x anamorphic squeeze) (ratio = 2.76:1). [/B] Or perhaps the many movies shot before the advent of widescreen (1.37:1).

Most of the time, the format a film is shot in will not match a 16:9 (1.78:1) screen, resulting in black bars top and bottom.

16:9 is however the international standard format of HDTV originated content, as used in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and the United States, as well as in Europe.on HDTV
#20
Here's a good example of a brilliant monitor in this price range (£229)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168747

If you don't mind a TN panel you can get fine ones for £150.

If anyones unsure what TN is all about, basically TN panels don't have a great field of view in the vertical, they can only do 6bit colour so banding is what you'll get a lot of and the black levels are kinda sucky, so those movies are going to look a bit washed out.

MVA and PVA are the types to look out for but they aren't often listed in the specs so you have to google for each screen you're looking at.
#21
Mish_Mash
Which movies would those be? Those shot in early widescreen (1.75:1), those shot in 70mm (2.20:1), those shot in CinemaScope (2.35:1), those shot in Panavision (2.39:1)? A few films, like Ben Hur were shot in "MGM Camera 65" (65 mm with 1.25x anamorphic squeeze) (ratio = 2.76:1). [/B] Or perhaps the many movies shot before the advent of widescreen (1.37:1).

Most of the time, the format a film is shot in will not match a 16:9 (1.78:1) screen, resulting in black bars top and bottom.

16:9 is however the international standard format of HDTV originated content, as used in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and the United States, as well as in Europe.on HDTV


I don't see what the fuss is about filling the TV. You still have the bezel and then the massive borders being the interior wall of your house!
#22
techpops
Here's a good example of a brilliant monitor in this price range (£229)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168747

If you don't mind a TN panel you can get fine ones for £150.

If anyones unsure what TN is all about, basically TN panels don't have a great field of view in the vertical, they can only do 6bit colour so banding is what you'll get a lot of and the black levels are kinda sucky, so those movies are going to look a bit washed out.

MVA and PVA are the types to look out for but they aren't often listed in the specs so you have to google for each screen you're looking at.


I've had an LCD with AU Optronics TN panel for 5+ years and it was stunning back then at £380 for a 17" . I never found fault with it, then again its never been compared with today's best.
Have TN panels stood still or have they improved?
#23
Dell 2209WA 22" 1650 x 1050 E-IPS Panel @ £210 delivered (approx) from Dell Small Business

or........

Dell G2410 24" 1920 x 1080 TN Panel @ 194.35 delivered from Dell Small Business

A sacrifice of 16.4% of the 1080p screen's total pixels and a measly £15 to upgrade to the far superior E-IPS monitor. In my opinion, E-IPS panels are also better than VA panels (no black crush, more accurate colours), for example, the one mentioned above - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168747. Only an insane person would buy a TN panel at nearly £200....
1 Like #24
harmony999
These are great screens but you need to make sure you check that your PC allows you to choose the resolution 1920 x 1080, I bought a widescreen monitor and I had to go in and change the regedit file as my 1 year old PC didn't have this resolution and/or most widescreen resolutions from 1600 upwards to be selected.


That would be very unusual, maybe you didn't have the drivers installed for your graphics card/chip?

Teh Lemur
Yes, that's the standard resolution on a 24" monitor, since the manufacturers lopped 120 pixels off the bottom and pretended they were doing us a favour ("Full HD!!!").


Oh I'd hardly say that when 1920x1200 monitors are still being announced (for example the recent Eizo Foris FX2431). 1920x1080 is merely a budget alternative so people can cheap high resolution monitors for under £200, and it may also find use as a combined TV/Monitor when the higher quality versions start coming out.

jukkie
f it were an LCD panel, it would consume 270w ALL the time as the backlight is always on full


You're a bit out of date there, most LCDs now come with a dynamic brightness function that varies the backlight depending on the scene content.

Gold Feet
Have TN panels stood still or have they improved?


Oh, they've definitely improved. However, they've also increased in size so while the annoying colour issues are all but invisible on a 17" (except when viewed from an angle of course) they're much more noticible on a 24"
#25
Gold Feet;5828401
I've had an LCD with AU Optronics TN panel for 5+ years and it was stunning back then at £380 for a 17" . I never found fault with it, then again its never been compared with today's best.
Have TN panels stood still or have they improved?


They have improved a lot. Much faster response times now from them and 24" for £150 is a great price to pay for a reasonably good TN. Especially good if you don't plan on watching movies on them as that seems to be the most sensitive application for revealing the lack of a good black level.

I'd agree with EndlessWaves that as the screen gets bigger, the problems become more noticeable.
#26
dcx_badass
The search continues for a monitor with component imput.


I can highly recommend mine - UltraSharp 2407WFP 24-inch Widescreen Flat Panel LCD Monitor with Height Adjustable Stand

Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces
1 x DVI-D - 24 pin digital DVI ¦ 4 x Hi-Speed USB downstream - 4 pin USB Type A ¦ 1 x VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ¦ 1 x Hi-Speed USB upstream - 4 pin USB Type B ¦ 1 x component video input - RCA x 3 ¦ 1 x composite video input - RCA ¦ 1 x S-video input - 4 pin mini-DIN
#27
dcx_badass
The search continues for a monitor with component imput.


Search for Samsung T220HD about £230ish...

22inch 1680 x 1050
- Inputs: 1x Analogue, 1x DVI-D, 2x HDMI, 1x Component, 1x TV Aerial, 1x CI Slot & 1x Optical Out

Also available in 24inch 1920x1200 with model number T240HD but more expensive obviously.

You must include the HD when searching since the standard T220/T240 only has VGA and DVI.
#28
don't these have TN panel's?

-edit
yup

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