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Dell ST2410 24" Full HD Widescreen Monitor £159.20

tickedon Avatar
6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Back on offer at Dell. Excellent monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution, VGA + DVI + HDMI ports!

Eye-Catching Performance
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.


Bring the Action Home

The new DellTM ST2410 24" Full HD Widescreen Monitor Dell delivers true cinematic-picture quality to your entertainment with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Give your DVDs and Blu-ray movies the big-screen attention they deserve with clear 1920 x 1080 resolution. Play your favorite games and edit your photos and media on a screen that revels in superior Hi-def clarity.

Sleek and Smart
Complement your desktop with a stylish monitor that is designed to fit most home and office environments its slim, glossy black bezel is both elegant and functional. And for maximum comfort, its tilt-adjustability feature has a panel tilt of 4° forward and 21° backward.

Seamlessly connect your desktops, notebooks and gaming consoles with the DVI (HDCP), VGA analog port and an HDMI port that helps retain the rapid transfer of high-quality video and audio in its pure uncompressed digital state.

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=324819
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#1
Very tempted, but waiting for comments on those who know far more than me on whether or not this is a good deal!
#4
I just paid £180 for a 23" Dell monitor which is excellent. Only difference seems to be this is 1" bigger and £30 chepaer oh and this one does not have VESA connectors (which does not mean anything to most) This will also play Sky HD:thumbsup:
#5


More than a month later and a different price, you can't get that price anymore as far as I can see. Not sure how I'm kidding? Was in the Dell newsletter today.
#6
The monitor hasn't shifted in price AT ALL, and it's been there since the deal before new year. All that has changed is the VAT.
#7
Surely can't be that bad considering it reached over 900 degrees before the above deal expired! :-) We bought the 23" version of this a year back also which at the time was a steal at around £140... We've been very happy with the 23" as a full HD gaming monitor. Oh, and the 23" didn't have HDMI...
#8
Ordered! Can anyone reccomend some speakers to go with it? Was going to get the speaker bar but the reviews are terrible!
#9
i've got the S2409W which is quite adequate for majority of day to day tasks. bought it second hand for this price some months ago. yeah why not!
#10
nah I am happy with my Philips 230C1HSB 23" Full HD LCD Monitor for £156 which I just brought today and am expecting tomorrow
#11
CReilly
Ordered! Can anyone reccomend some speakers to go with it? Was going to get the speaker bar but the reviews are terrible!




my son as this monitor for his ps3 , i purchased some ( JBL CREATURE II 2.1 ) speakers

they are excellent, loud enough to annoy te neighbers for sure.
#12
Could someone help me please.

I have an onboard intel 82865g graphics card and I have just fitted a cheap graphics card so I could see what the intel 82865g will do without a monitor connected. it gives the option of 1920 x 1080 as well as other options. So does that mean I could run this monitor correctly.
#13
CReilly;7616299
Ordered! Can anyone reccomend some speakers to go with it? Was going to get the speaker bar but the reviews are terrible!


They only get voted cold because they do not feed of the monitor for their power and so need an extra socket. They are not bad for the price.
#14
gavjbrown
Could someone help me please.

I have an onboard intel 82865g graphics card and I have just fitted a cheap graphics card so I could see what the intel 82865g will do without a monitor connected. it gives the option of 1920 x 1080 as well as other options. So does that mean I could run this monitor correctly.


check your graphics card manual, it should give a tabled listing on what resolutions it can support.

I have a really, really old one, a 5600 xt, that can't run 1680x1050 on hdmi, but will do fine on vga input. but then again, it really is old!
#15
gavjbrown
I have just fitted a cheap graphics card so I could see what the intel 82865g will do without a monitor connected.

Not sure I understand the question. If you have fitted a graphics card why use the intel one? Even a cheap but decent card will run 1920 x 1080.
#16
Great monitor - got one when they were 155 - lovely looking, great connectivety, can't ask for more than that at this sort of price.

Don't forget Quidco now
#17
wondermouse
Not sure I understand the question. If you have fitted a graphics card why use the intel one? Even a cheap but decent card will run 1920 x 1080.



The onboard intel only gives option if 1024 x 768 but without the monitor disconnected connected it says 1920 x 1080.

I just wanted to check It will run this monitor without having to fork more money out on a graphic card
#18
my dell monitor is 1920 x 1200 would two of these be a strange mix as they are 1920 x 1080 if i used them for an ATI eyefinity setup
#19
I would buy this if it had USB on the bezel. Still a nice looking monitor.

B
#20
quoted from dell's website:
"Usually Ships In: 3+ Weeks "...is this true?
#21
I have two of these and i know of three other people who have bought these and we all agree for the price you cant beat them.
Get it while you can :)
#22
CReilly
Ordered! Can anyone reccomend some speakers to go with it? Was going to get the speaker bar but the reviews are terrible!


The speaker bar is fine for a neat solution. I've got one of these setup as a bedroom TV and it sounds as good as any good quality TV speaker. Naturally dedicated speakers will be better but if space is a premium the soundbar's sound is very acceptable.
#23
quality monitor for the price
#24
Bought it at £155 towards the end of December and it's superb. Incredible at the price and I'd definitely recommend it. Delivery wasn't too bad, probably about 2 weeks, and that was with the snow delaying things a bit. Get it while you can!
banned#25
is this IPS?
#26
I recently built a silent PC only to discover this monitor is quite noisy :oops:
#27
MuscleFlex
is this IPS?


Definitely not...
The hint is in the price and the specs.
#28
leedale30
my dell monitor is 1920 x 1200 would two of these be a strange mix as they are 1920 x 1080 if i used them for an ATI eyefinity setup


Eyefinity only works when all vertical resolutions are the same. That said, you could always run your existing screen at 1920 x 1080, it may just look a little odd (I wouldn't do it to be honest).
#29
Just bought one of these, Whats the best way to connect it Dvi or hdmi. I dont play games or anything.


Also is it worth adding AX510PA Soundbar Speaker to my order?.
#30
I dont know why everybody body get so worked up about dell

Somebody once told me it's the Skoda of the PC world trying to get better but still got it's old tag
#31
gavjbrown
Just bought one of these, Whats the best way to connect it Dvi or hdmi. I dont play games or anything.


wondering the same thing!
#32
zippypants;7619066
I dont know why everybody body get so worked up about dell

Somebody once told me it's the Skoda of the PC world trying to get better but still got it's old tag


Dell does sell some low end tat - but their monitors are generally regarded as excellent at the high end. The Ultrasharp monitors have IPS panels which are truly stunning, ideal for photo/image editing work with excellent colour reproduction - leagues ahead of the cheaper TN panels.
#33
russ
Dell does sell some low end tat - but their monitors are generally regarded as excellent at the high end. The Ultrasharp monitors have IPS panels which are truly stunning, ideal for photo/image editing work with excellent colour reproduction - leagues ahead of the cheaper TN panels.


the SP2309W interests me the most- apparently a TN panel, but it's been getting some great review scores.
1 Like #34
CReilly
wondering the same thing!


Difference is basically just that HDMI will pass audio aswell as video signal's through the cable. I use a nice pair of Sennheiser HD555 headphones and no speakers so I use DVI....:)


Somebody once told me it's the Skoda of the PC world trying to get better but still got it's old tag


That someone is also most likely running a normal TN panel, which something like a Dell 2209WA would destroy.
#35
How would this monitor compare to the Dell Ultrasharp 24" 2407WFP I have at the moment?

I have tried comparing specs, but hasn't helped me much. My one seems to have a slightly higher resolution and brightness, but the contrast ratio is not as good. Not sure what this means in the real world?

I have always fancied a dual screen set-up and I could get two of these for less than half of what I paid for mine 2 1/2 years ago!

Link to my one: http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?sku=320-4335#Overview

Thanks!
#36
I bought one of these last week, came within a few days, although on other forums I am seeing people order now and get estimated delivery dates in mid February so maybe it's now temporarily out of stock?

As for mine, I'm very happy with it. I bought it for a new PC (through DVI) and the xbox 360 (through HDMI)

Picture is fine, a little light bleed at the bottom. The casing itself is quite pleasingly styled as well.

I also got the sound bar and yes, it's pretty weak but fine for what I wanted it for (general windows/internet browsing PC sound effects)

Also be aware, there is NOT a VESA mount on the back for wall mounting if that's your thing.

Overall I'm very pleased with mine, certainly rather have this than anything else at the same price.
#37
brammers247
How would this monitor compare to the Dell Ultrasharp 24" 2407WFP I have at the moment?

I have tried comparing specs, but hasn't helped me much. My one seems to have a slightly higher resolution and brightness, but the contrast ratio is not as good. Not sure what this means in the real world?

I have always fancied a dual screen set-up and I could get two of these for less than half of what I paid for mine 2 1/2 years ago!

Link to my one: http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?sku=320-4335#Overview

Thanks!


Yours totally kicks ass! We have one in the office and it's amazing. I would love a 1920 x 1200 res monitor but they are a bit pricey. The current version of yours sells for £500!
#38
i've had mine for a couple of weeks now and it is a beautiful monitor picture quality is great.
#39
zippypants
I dont know why everybody body get so worked up about dell

Somebody once told me it's the Skoda of the PC world trying to get better but still got it's old tag

:thinking: That person is wrong - their monitors are fantastic and computers are more than acceptable.
#40
I've had this model for the last couple of months, picture quality is not that great but for this price you won't get much better.

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