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Just as the deals run out on Dell's smaller versions there's a deal on the biggest version of Dell's new monitors. So glad I waited til the last minute before buying the 23" and then didn't. Best part, the offer is available long enough just in case you're worried something better will come up in the sales.

The new DellTM ST2410 24 Full HD Widescreen Monitor delivers clean and crisp picture quality to enhance your movie watching, game playing and web surfing. Immerse yourself in the action with Full HD quality and a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.
# Enjoy action-packed entertainment with a typical 5ms response time.
# Consume less with a new energy-efficient model.
# Complete your desktop with a sleek-looking bezel and stylish display.

Energy efficient :Consume less energy with a monitor that uses 2 CCFL lamps as opposed to the 4 lamps used by conventional monitors.

Quality thats measured :With a typical 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, youre able to experience the outstanding contrast and intricate detail delivered through richer and deeper blacks.

Brighten up your world :Illuminate your desktop experience with a brightness level of 250cd/m².

Enriched in colour :Enjoy more crisp and vibrant graphics with a depth of 16.7 million colours.

No more glare :Cut out unwanted reflections with antiglare coating.

CONNECTIVITY

High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with High Definition Content Protection (HDCP)
Video Graphics Array (VGA)


Manufacturer Part : 860-10097
Dell Part : 324819
# Panel Size : 24"
# Aspect Ratio : Widescreen (16:9)
# Panel Type : TN Twisted Nematic
# Optimal Resolution : 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
# Contrast Ratio : Dynamic Contrast Ratio 50000:1 (max)
# Brightness : 250 cd/m2 (typical)
# Response Time : 5ms
# Viewing Angle : (170 vertical / 160 horizontal)
# Colour Support : 16.7 million colours
# Standard Warranty : This monitor ships with 3-year Premium Panel Exchange service
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#1
HOT dell monitors are the shiznit
#2
Good price. Around £200 and over elsewhere...plus carriage!

H&R added :thumbsup:
#3
Pity is isn't wall mountable
#4
You say the offer is open "long enough" , how long is it on offer for?
I really want to get it, but don't have the money right now :oops:

*edit* forget it, just noticed its only 60hz!
1 Like #5
Faythur
Good price. Around £200 and over elsewhere...plus carriage!

Yes, but it is 16:9 - for PC work that is not really a convenient format. It offers neither more pixel nor more space in the vertical than a regular 20" monitor. So this is really just for watching videos or gaming - and then the response time is a tad slow.
#6
Actually, it's the smaller monitors that are the compromise ones for watching videos etc as the pixels are far smaller and therefore everything displayed on screen is smaller. This monitor is closest to the normal dot pitch of a business monitor and makes viewing more comfortable without sticking your nose on the screen, 1920x1200 being the 'normal' resolution for a top quality 24" screen, a 20" would be 1680x1050. Yes you lose the 120 pixels but you're paying a lot, lot less than for a monitor that has them.
#7
I've just bought a 24in Samsung 1920 x 1200 monitor and it's brill, but i am boring, it's photo editing and office apps for me mostly. I also have 1920 x 1200 on my 17in HP laptop and it's brill. I don't think I could stand a chunky 1680 x 1050 again. I certainly wouldn't want a 16:9 monitor for office work.
#8
MrPuddington
Yes, but it is 16:9 - for PC work that is not really a convenient format. It offers neither more pixel nor more space in the vertical than a regular 20" monitor. So this is really just for watching videos or gaming - and then the response time is a tad slow.
Eh? Being able to have a code window and something else (web, Excel etc.) open side by side increased my productivity markedly when I finally got a 16:9 monitor earlier this year.

Just because it doesn't suit your needs doesn't mean it's not suitable for "PC work", whatever you think that is.
#9
After over 20 years of many, many different monitors, I bought a Dell ST2609 this time last year (for just under £150, thanks HotUkDeals) and I've been so impressed with everything from Dell's packaging, the manual and build quality (let alone it's reliable everyday performance) that I've recommended Dell to all my friends.

Not only would I buy another Dell, I'll probably never look at another monitor manufacturer.
#10
Just in case anyone else is wondering:

CONNECTIVITY

High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with High Definition Content Protection (HDCP)
Video Graphics Array (VGA)
#11
Doofus
You say the offer is open "long enough" , how long is it on offer for?
I really want to get it, but don't have the money right now :oops:

*edit* forget it, just noticed its only 60hz!


The offer expires on 27th Jan according to the note when you add it to your basket.
#12
What site is this offer on? The link isn't working for me.
#13
Dell's UK site - just follow 'For Home...electronics and accessories... monitors' from the home page.
#14
im looking for a decent monitor to surf net , watch dvds , view photos and play occasional games etc, so would this dell be suitable for me as i dont fully understand 1920 x 1080 at 60 hz and the 16.9.
#15
Dell make superb monitors but having seen the Samsung T260, admittedly more expensive, there wasn't choice - the Samsung wins out!
#16
MrPuddington
Yes, but it is 16:9 - for PC work that is not really a convenient format. It offers neither more pixel nor more space in the vertical than a regular 20" monitor. So this is really just for watching videos or gaming - and then the response time is a tad slow.



Just because 16:9 doesn't suit your particular needs doesn't mean it isn't a suitable format for PC work. This is a decent spec monitor from a good manufacturer at a good price, so has to be a hot deal.
As mentioned, the format allows you to open side panes and still have a " traditional " format to work with.

It's most definitely suitable for PC work, imho,... we use this format at home, my better half has just achieved her MA in photography , and finds the 16:9 format suits her, particularly for photo editing.

We rarely ever use it for videos or gaming to be fair, ( well, never for gaming :-D actually LOL )...but the response time is the same as the Samsung mentioned, so it's not exactly slow....

Voted hot.
#17
cadmus
im looking for a decent monitor to surf net , watch dvds , view photos and play occasional games etc, so would this dell be suitable for me as i dont fully understand 1920 x 1080 at 60 hz and the 16.9.

I've been running a Dell 2407WFP for a couple of years now both at work and at home. It too is 60Hz and I find it fine for PS3, Bluray movies and PC Gaming.

This is a great price, I've been waiting for this deal a couple of month as I want another one.
1 Like #18
Doofus
*edit* forget it, just noticed its only 60hz!

Erm, 60Hz is the normal operating frequency for all modern monitors :?
Unless you're wanting a 120Hz 3D display, then I'm not sure what the problem is ?
MrPuddington
Yes, but it is 16:9 - for PC work that is not really a convenient format.

Eh ?
If anyone else has somehow missed the great widescreen resolution, then 16:9 and 16:10 are the defacto ratios for PC work. They're perfectly convenient.
MrPuddington
It offers neither more pixel nor more space in the vertical than a regular 20" monitor.

So ?
Why does it need to do either of those two things :?

This is a 1920x1080 display, for £150.

MrPuddington
So this is really just for watching videos or gaming...

No - it will happily handle any job you throw at it.
MrPuddington
and then the response time is a tad slow.

No - it's more than fast enough.
Given a 60fps image, then the image only changes every 0.017 seconds - or 17ms. This screen (or any other modern monitor, for that matter) would have absolutely no problem keeping up.
#19
top monitor and v. good price

having got the 23" deal a year ago all i can say is if you are in any doubt go for it - you will not be disappointed
#20
cadmus
im looking for a decent monitor to surf net , watch dvds , view photos and play occasional games etc, so would this dell be suitable for me...

Yep - it's more than capable at any of those things.
#21
Great price, but be careful with Dell orders.
I ordered a Dell monitor from their site earlier in the year and it said it was around 4 weeks delivery. This was no problem, but after 4.5 weeks the status hadn't changed. I had to call them to find out it was going to be another 6 weeks! When I told them that this was not acceptable, they said that they didn't have any way to cancel the order, and that I should either reject the delivery when it arrives, or call my credit card company and tell them I had not received it.
It took quite a number of phone calls and escalations through their management chain to finally get the order cancelled - be aware !
#22
Good price. I bought a Dell S2409W at around £150, and I am pleased with both PC and XBOX360. I am actually thinking about getting another monitor, From the spec, it looks similar to S2409W, which I am very pleased with. Hot.
#23
MrPuddington
Yes, but it is 16:9 - for PC work that is not really a convenient format. It offers neither more pixel nor more space in the vertical than a regular 20" monitor. So this is really just for watching videos or gaming - and then the response time is a tad slow.


Posts like this are the reason I despair over some of the advice handed out on HDUK.

a) It's a 16:10 format
b) The pixel count is perfect for all office work as well as CAD design... the horizontal pixels make a massive difference.
c) It's a TN panel, so response is not a problem for gaming

Hang your head in shame.

Either way guys, I would not reccommend this particular montis simply because it IS a TN panel... thus colour reproduction and viewing angles suffer greatly. For similar money you can ge ta vastly superior VA panel which will be superior in all respects.
#24
joedredd
I've been running a Dell 2407WFP for a couple of years now both at work and at home. It too is 60Hz and I find it fine for PS3, Bluray movies and PC Gaming.

This is a great price, I've been waiting for this deal a couple of month as I want another one.


Nom
Yep - it's more than capable at any of those things.

thanks guys ... merry xmas :thumbsup:
#25
Is the benq monitor on oyy.co.uk better than this ?
#26
Richdog
Posts like this are the reason I despair over some of the advice handed out on HDUK.

a) It's a 16:10 format
b) The pixel count is perfect for all office work as well as CAD design... the horizontal pixels make a massive difference.
c) It's a TN panel, so response is not a problem for gaming

Hang your head in shame.

Either way guys, I would not reccommend this particular montis simply because it IS a TN panel... thus colour reproduction and viewing angles suffer greatly. For similar money you can ge ta vastly superior VA panel which will be superior in all respects.


No, It's 16:9 - (1920/16 = 1080/9 = 120 => 16:9). Also, where you can get a 24" screen using a VA panel for anywhere near the price of this, the cheapest I've ever seen a VA panel 24" was the digimate (and rebranded versions of the same monitor) for ~£225-250 but it was a terrible monitor.
#27
Richdog
Posts like this are the reason I despair over some of the advice handed out on HDUK.

a) It's a 16:10 format
b) The pixel count is perfect for all office work as well as CAD design... the horizontal pixels make a massive difference.
c) It's a TN panel, so response is not a problem for gaming

Hang your head in shame.

Either way guys, I would not reccommend this particular montis simply because it IS a TN panel... thus colour reproduction and viewing angles suffer greatly. For similar money you can ge ta vastly superior VA panel which will be superior in all respects.


Can you recommend a VA panel in a similar price range please? Thanks
#28
Very good price, excellent monitor. I have a S2409W, which is just the older design version of this, and have been very pleased with. Almost tempted to upgrade considering this is only £150 but not really worth it for me.
#29
Richdog
Posts like this are the reason I despair over some of the advice handed out on HDUK.

a) It's a 16:10 format
b) The pixel count is perfect for all office work as well as CAD design... the horizontal pixels make a massive difference.
c) It's a TN panel, so response is not a problem for gaming

Hang your head in shame.

Either way guys, I would not reccommend this particular montis simply because it IS a TN panel... thus colour reproduction and viewing angles suffer greatly. For similar money you can ge ta vastly superior VA panel which will be superior in all respects.


It is actually a 16:9. :whistling:
#30
I'm in the market for a 24inch panel and was looking at Dell's a few days ago when this was £200. Very hot price.

However, the comments here about the viewing angle etc are a little off putting - though mainly as I may get two.

I was also looking at this BenQ though:
http://www.dabs.com/products/benq-24--g2420hdbl-2ms-dvi-full-hd-led-screen-69MC.html

Has LED back lighting which is supposed to result in great black levels, superb brightness and great colours.

So hard to know which to go for though. Can get some 23.6inch AOC monitor's for £120 each.

Then there is this lush looking Samsung SM2494SW : http://www.ebuyer.com/product/173831

Decisions... ahhhhhhhhh.
#31
Looks like a fantastic monitor.
#32
Richdog
For similar money you can ge ta vastly superior VA panel which will be superior in all respects.

I very highly doubt that but if you know of a deal then please post it as it would get very hot.
#33
Doofus
*edit* forget it, just noticed its only 60hz!


The only two non-60hz screens on the market are the two 22" 1680x1050 120hz screens from Viewsonic and Samsung.

b1g1an
This monitor is closest to the normal dot pitch of a business monitor and makes viewing more comfortable without sticking your nose on the screen


Actually, a 23" 1920x1080 would be closest to the standard 96dpi.

juux
Eh? Being able to have a code window and something else (web, Excel etc.) open side by side increased my productivity markedly when I finally got a 16:9 monitor earlier this year.

Just because it doesn't suit your needs doesn't mean it's not suitable for "PC work", whatever you think that is.


I think he was talking about a normal 16:10 widescreen which is the same width as this but taller so you can view more lines of code and more of the webpage in those two side by side windows.

SlingShotUK
I'm in the market for a 24inch panel and was looking at Dell's a few days ago when this was £200. Very hot price.

However, the comments here about the viewing angle etc are a little off putting - though mainly as I may get two.

I was also looking at this BenQ though:
http://www.dabs.com/products/benq-24--g2420hdbl-2ms-dvi-full-hd-led-screen-69MC.html

Has LED back lighting which is supposed to result in great black levels, superb brightness and great colours.

So hard to know which to go for though. Can get some 23.6inch AOC monitor's for £120 each.

Then there is this lush looking Samsung SM2494SW : http://www.ebuyer.com/product/173831

Decisions... ahhhhhhhhh.


The only thing LED improves on is power consumption (and colour space if you consider that an improvement). Great Black levels is for TVs where LEDs can be turned off when not needed, but I don't think any monitors do that yet. Most of the time the problem with LCD brightness is that it doesn't go low enough, not the other way round.

All the ones you've listed are TN-type LCDs so they'll all suffer from similarly poor viewing angles. Poor is relative though, while they're completely unusable for anything that requires a steady image or consistent colours if you're doing something less demanding like viewing a webpage or a video then they probably won't bother you much.


Personally I think this deal is cold. It's offers nothing over the other 1920x1080 Dell posted last week for £30 cheaper: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/560829/dell-st2210-21-5-inch-hdmi-1080-p-m
#34
EndlessWaves

Personally I think this deal is cold. It's offers nothing over the other 1920x1080 Dell posted last week for £30 cheaper: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/560829/dell-st2210-21-5-inch-hdmi-1080-p-m


Except that it is bigger!
#35
Interested to know if this is better than the Ben q 24" HDMI one which I've seen on HUKD a few times;

http://www.dabs.com/products/benq-24--g2420hdbl-2ms-dvi-full-hd-led-screen-69MC.html

BenQ 24" G2420HDBL 2ms DVI full HD LED screen


I've generally heard that Dell are one of the best makes of LCDs around for picture and build quality but looks like the Ben Q beats it on a couple of things like being a slightly brighter monitor at 300cdm. Though I think that listing of the Ben Q above being an LED monitor is a mistake surely?
#36
Chris52;7320239
Except that it is bigger!


...and it has better viewing angles!
#37
Hot........i have this ....it's a belter....huge:santa:
#38
This would have been a perfect desktop screen to go with my 13" Macbook Pro had I kept it!
#39
Dont forget the EPP discount tooo!!
http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/topics/topic.aspx/emea/topics/epp/epp?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukepp1
Another £4.05 off!!! :)
Total price £151.77!
Maybe add it to title!
#40
Fast Eddie
Just in case anyone else is wondering:

CONNECTIVITY

High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with High Definition Content Protection (HDCP)
Video Graphics Array (VGA)


thank you, that important info was missing from the OP! :thumbsup:

However damn you people, I'm blocking this site from all my internet devices, spend spend, Ive got the C&C deal from gameplay, the steam deal, a 360 deal, a bed and a sofa from the tesco direct sale and now I'm ordering this! :p:p

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