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Monitor - Dell UltraSharp™ U2311H 23” £201.72 inc delivery, Dell Small Business

£201.72 @ Dell (Business)
I can't find it cheaper including delivery and three year warranty, great deal for IPS panel monitor Enter Dell voucher code: JX?P2T$H0PB23C for 10% discount to get this price. Go through Quidco f… Read More
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I can't find it cheaper including delivery and three year warranty, great deal for IPS panel monitor
Enter Dell voucher code: JX?P2T$H0PB23C for 10% discount to get this price.
Go through Quidco for an extra discount bringing the price down to around £186 (Thanks to Alasrati for his money saving tips!)
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#1
You can get it down to £201.72 with the code JX?P2T$H0PB23C. Plus 10% Quidco. Results in about £180, which is utterly amazing for an IPS panel.

EDIT: Thanks to sly for posting in the first place. Been on the lookout for a nice IPS monitor at a decent price and this fits the bill. Big up yourself.:D

Just want to big this monitor up a bit more. 1080p IPS panel, height + pivot + tilt + swivel adjustment, thin bezel, DVI, mini display port, USB hub, decent response time and low input lag for an IPS. Only small drawback is it's e-IPS not S-IPS but they are over £300. Also this has a 3 yr warranty. Dell will send out a replacement the next business day then you send the faulty one back in the same box. So you don't have to go through the usual crap of sending the faulty one in, waiting for them to process it then waiting ages for the replacement to finally arrive.

Here is a review: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2311h.htm

Edited By: alasrati on Nov 15, 2010 14:32: .
#2
alasrati
You can get it down to £201.72 with the code JX?P2T$H0PB23C. Plus 10% Quidco. Results in about £180, which is utterly amazing for an IPS panel.

Good point about the Quidco but have you tried that voucher code which I understood to be relevant only if item is £199 exclusive of VAT? Extra super deal if it works mind!
#3
Yeah it definitely works. I tried it out before posting.

Since then I have ordered it. Hopefully Quidco works properly.

http://gyazo.com/3570bf88e292ceab86a6b0177a681b2b.png

Edited By: alasrati on Nov 15, 2010 14:01
#4
alasrati
Yeah it definitely works. I tried it out before posting.Since then I have ordered it. Hopefully Quidco works properly.http://gyazo.com/3570bf88e292ceab86a6b0177a681b2b.png

Nice one, you got a bargain!
#5
If you have ordered one, you should see if you can cancel and do the same.

Also you might like to update your OP with the lower price, new code and Quidco. Should make it hotter.

Edited By: alasrati on Nov 15, 2010 14:08
#6
which quidco option was used?
#7
Nice find...(_;)
#8
Go to Dell Small/Medium Business on Quidco. Then in the voucher codes bit, the first one "10% off any monitor above £199 + 10% cashback". It hasn't tracked yet so don't bank on Quidco just now. Hopefully it goes through fine though.
#9
cheers.
#10
Be careful as you may lose any consumer rights with this purchase if it can be classed as a business sale (DSR, SOGA et c.)
#11
There's not many 16:10 screens left in the range, otherwise I would have been tempted.

Hot deal anyway.
#12
Take a look at the HP ZR24W if you want a 1920x1200 IPS. More like £320 though.
#13
Brilliant deal. Paid 265 for this just under 2 months ago.
#14
nice for a dell IPS panel monitor!!! really want the 27'' version tho but it's WAY too expensive
#15
Shame there's no HDMI.
#16
You can get a DVI to HDMI cable for about £2 on Amazon.
#17
I have this monitor, paid around £250, good monitor, steal at this price!
#18
alasrati
You can get a DVI to HDMI cable for about £2 on Amazon.

I need to connect two PC's to my monitor, and both my graphics cards have HDMI and DVI. I also plan to connect an HD freeview box soon. No HDMI is a serious omission.
#19
I've had the 2007WFP for 4 years and it's been brilliant. That's an IPS panel in the same range, but 20 inch. Cost over £300, worth every penny. I'd say this price for a 23 inch is a bargain.
#20
Just ordered, lets see if it tracks cashback.
#21
toaster
I need to connect two PC's to my monitor, and both my graphics cards have HDMI and DVI. I also plan to connect an HD freeview box soon.
So what you really mean is you need 3 digital inputs? You can get cables for DVI or HDMI to mini Display Port too which gets you up to 2 inputs. But yeah, if you want to connect 3 things at once with digital connections you will need some kind of switching box unless you can bring yourself to use VGA for one of the computers. I don't think this is unreasonable.
1 Like #22
Why is this deal so cold? An IPS 23" panel for under £200 is surely a bargain. Am I missing something here?
#23
hot
#24
sunama
Why is this deal so cold? An IPS 23" panel for under £200 is surely a bargain. Am I missing something here?

No, perhaps many don't know the difference between TN, VA & IPS.
#25
There are a fair number of reports on tinting issues and back light uniformity problems on this monitor, if you do buy it under as a small/medium business, what is the RMA procedure like? Is it any different from normal?

Amdavies has already pointed out that DSR isn't considered as you no longer have consumer rights, is there anything else to worry about?

Also, Topcashback doesn't have a specific cashback for monitors under Dell Small/Medium Business, unlike Quidco, but they do have one for "Electronics & Accessories" for %10, does anyone think that'd work as well?

Edited By: crackerbear on Nov 15, 2010 19:58: .
#26
Does anybody know of an IPS that is 22" or larger, 1920 x 1080/1200, with HDMI port and low response times for around £200?
#27
crackerbear
Also, Topcashback doesn't have a specific cashback for monitors under Dell Small/Medium Business, unlike Quidco, but they do have one for "Electronics & Accessories" for %10, does anyone think that'd work as well?

I think I would come under "Electronics & Accessories".
#28
does this deal tell you if you get the A00 ver or the REV A01 version of the monitor
#29
J is for me
Does anybody know of an IPS that is 22" or larger, 1920 x 1080/1200, with HDMI port and low response times for around £200?
Yeah this one.

Just buy the £2 DVI to HDMI cable off Amazon.

@crackerbear, monitors are under the Electronics and Accessories section of the Dell website.

Edited By: alasrati on Nov 15, 2010 20:06
#30
alasrati
@crackerbear, monitors are under the Electronics and Accessories section of the Dell website.

Thanks.

Do you know if the RMA procedure is any different to if you bought it as a consumer?

I'm asking because, as mentioned above, there's a quite a lot of people who've complained about tinting and backlight problems and so it's likely you may have to send the unit back to Dell until you receive a good one.

Edited By: crackerbear on Nov 16, 2010 15:58: .
#31
Actually a non-uniform backlight is probably not enough for an RMA under their rules. If you are worried about that, you will need to fork out for a monitor from a manufacturer with tighter tolerances and quality control. High-end Viewsonic maybe. These cost a lot more (maybe £500?).
#32
Well I think tinting issues would come under the 3 year warranty.
#33
mumbojumbo
They come checked and calibrated by Dell btw, so I don't think it's correct to say that it's "likely" you will have to send the unit back.

I've been looking at this monitor and a few others, solidly for the past month. I've read a lot of user feedback and there have been a fair number of people complaining about tinting and back light issues on the Dell U series monitors.

If you don't believe me, have a look through these links:

http://hubpages.com/hub/Dell-U2410-U2311H-Monitors-Plagued-with-Tinting-Issues

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1518544

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1441159

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19302919.aspx

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19297120.aspx

Unfortunately Dell's response is that, as you say, they factory check each unit, so there's no problems - HOWEVER, they only check the exact centre point of the screen, which is fine, except the tinting occurs to the left, right or both sides on the screen. The same reason the back light uniformity is poor, the centre point again is fine, but the rest isn't, i.e. this:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/images/dell_u2311h/panel_uniformity_1.jpg

Taken from the TFTCentral review.

Edited By: crackerbear on Nov 15, 2010 20:43: .
#34
Doesn't the A01 revision of the U2311H exhibit less problems like no tinting and much less or zero backlight bleed?

Most likely still a lottery getting a good one though!


Edited By: Vegeta on Nov 15, 2010 21:09
#35
mumbojumbo
I have the U2410 and am happy with mine. The only thing I have noticed is that the screen has a grey/green tinge and appears slightly dark when first switched on. It warms up though and after 10 minutes looks fine.

That's the CCFL backlighting warming up which is normal. What Rev is your U2410? You're one of the lucky ones that got a good unit.
#36
Was considering ordering this monitor yesterday for just under £260 from Scan. Glad I waited now. Thanks Sly:)
#37
Cuddy
Was considering ordering this monitor yesterday for just under £260 from Scan. Glad I waited now. Thanks Sly:)

No probs, I had my doubts about posting it at first due to so many negative people around, but the positive peeps have made it really worthwhile!
#38
sly
No probs, I had my doubts about posting it at first due to so many negative people around, but the positive peeps have made it really worthwhile!

It's definitely a phenomenal deal, it's about £260 everywhere else and if cashback kicks in, you pay £180 for a top class monitor (providing you receive a good one). I'm so close to buying one.
#39
crackerbear
it's about £260 everywhere else and if cashback kicks in, you pay £180 for a top class monitor (providing you receive a good one). I'm so close to buying one.
Assuming this deal is not a glitch, you could wait until 23 November as that is when the sale price expires. By that point you should know if Quidco is working. Or at least you will if I post.

I bloody hope the Quidco does track!
#40
alasrati
Assuming this deal is not a glitch, you could wait until 23 November as that is when the sale price expires. By that point you should know if Quidco is working. Or at least you will if I post.

I bloody hope the Quidco does track!

Too late, I just bought it and used Topcashback for the first time. I don't see it listed in my account's overview though...

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