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Dell Latitude 12 7275 m5 128gb ssd for nearly half price £549.00 @ NGT:IT

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Just bought one of these for nearly half of what dell are selling them for. Awesome machine and I got a warranty Read More
Just bought one of these for nearly half of what dell are selling them for. Awesome machine and I got a warranty
PhilP101 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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haleluohao
Had a 2K and m7 version of this before, it looks amazing, slim bezel, however I don't like it. I had both keyboards, the folio keyboard works like a surface and the premium keyboard works like a tablet stand because it doesn't have a hinge. Will recommend the folio as you can adjust the viewing angle. Other than that, Typing is perfect on both.
The tablet doesn't have any USB port, but comes with USB c with thunderbolt supported which is very powerful. The only problems are most of the keyboard or mouse I had is USB which means I need to take the adapter with me.
Battery life is short, maximum 4 hours on wifi video watching on my 2K model. This is the most important reason why I don't like it.
Some high pitch sound when you use it with the folio keyboard. The refurbished of this laptop can sometimes be found on eBay for around £350 from a trade seller. I got mine as a replacement from dell as my 7350 was broken.
I end up sold this tablet on eBay and bought latitude 11 5175 with keyboard. The looking is not as great as the 7275 but the battery time is 6 hours on its own and 10 hours with battery. In addition the stylus is inside the keyboard dock which is quiet handy.

That's my biggest problem with it. It's a fantastic looking tablet but 30Wh just isn't enough battery capacity. I've got a Dell XPS 13 instead but the single and only 20gbit thunderbolt 3 port gets me down :/
LewsTherin
This site trustworthy? Most sites that end in. biz are scammy.

Many of my business customers buy their monitors from this company. For example last week one of them purchased a professional 24" Dell refurbished panel for £109 delivered with a year warranty (was like new just brown box packaged). They offer next day DPD with 1 hour time slot delivery.

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Flea
Saw this and had a heart attack thinking I had paid far too much however, those other ones have an RTB warranty and that price doesn't include shipping or VAT.
#stillhappy
Had a 2K and m7 version of this before, it looks amazing, slim bezel, however I don't like it. I had both keyboards, the folio keyboard works like a surface and the premium keyboard works like a tablet stand because it doesn't have a hinge. Will recommend the folio as you can adjust the viewing angle. Other than that, Typing is perfect on both.
The tablet doesn't have any USB port, but comes with USB c with thunderbolt supported which is very powerful. The only problems are most of the keyboard or mouse I had is USB which means I need to take the adapter with me.
Battery life is short, maximum 4 hours on wifi video watching on my 2K model. This is the most important reason why I don't like it.
Some high pitch sound when you use it with the folio keyboard. The refurbished of this laptop can sometimes be found on eBay for around £350 from a trade seller. I got mine as a replacement from dell as my 7350 was broken.
I end up sold this tablet on eBay and bought latitude 11 5175 with keyboard. The looking is not as great as the 7275 but the battery time is 6 hours on its own and 10 hours with battery. In addition the stylus is inside the keyboard dock which is quiet handy.
For a tenner more MCS offer similar refurbs but
- m7 instead of m5 processor
- double RAM (8Gb instead of 4Gb) and storage (256Gb instead of 128Gb)
- WWAN (=mobile 4G)
http://mcscom.co.uk/product/dell-latitude-12-7275-2-in-1-m7-6y75-upto-3-10ghz-8gb-256gb-m-2-ssd-12-5-fhd-wwan-uk-slim-keyboard-w10p-1yr-rtb-wty-mll308/
There are three different models left, they had a few more with higher spec/prices too but these have been sold
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Dell U2515H 25 Inch Ultra HD Monitor £269.00 @ nrg:it

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Dell U2515H 25 Inch Ultra HD Monitor by Dell Quad HD 2560 x 1440 Resolution 16:9 Aspect Ratio Display Ultrawide Viewing Angle Up To 178o/178o 3yr Advanced Exchange Warranty Technical Specificat… Read More
Dell U2515H 25 Inch Ultra HD Monitor by Dell Quad HD 2560 x 1440 Resolution 16:9 Aspect Ratio Display Ultrawide Viewing Angle Up To 178o/178o 3yr Advanced Exchange Warranty Technical Specificat…
leo79 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago3 Comments
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I think NRG just got carried away with use of the word ultra as it appears in many different terms in the description, ultra-wide viewing angles, ultra sharp, ultra thin.
Not Ultra HD its 1440p not 2160p :D
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24 inch Dell P2414H Without Stand £89.00 @ NRG:IT

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These always go out of stock very quickly, so pick one one up asap if you're interested. You'll be hard pressed to find a monitor of this quality at this price, these IPS panels have excellent viewing… Read More
These always go out of stock very quickly, so pick one one up asap if you're interested. You'll be hard pressed to find a monitor of this quality at this price, these IPS panels have excellent viewing…
Chunk266 Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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I just bought one - only 2 left.
Unexpire this deal
Back in stock guys
dwl99
Monitor arrived today, looks fantastic! Any recommendations for colour calibration?


The xrite calibrators are considered the best but they cost as much or more than this monitor

Edited By: godsakes on Sep 14, 2016 19:17: Adding
Monitor arrived today, looks fantastic! Any recommendations for colour calibration?
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Dell U3415W 34-Inch IPS Curved Monitor (2M:1, 300 cd/m2, 3440 x 1440, 8ms, HDMI/MHL/Mini DP/DP/USB) - £549.00 @ NRG:IT

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Diagonally Viewable Size: 86.5 cm - 34" (34-inch wide viewable image size) Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (21:9) Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H Optimal resolu… Read More
Diagonally Viewable Size: 86.5 cm - 34" (34-inch wide viewable image size) Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (21:9) Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H Optimal resolu…
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WTF are you all talking about with your 144hz is better than 60hz? Consoles max out @ 60fps so by having 144hz you are not benefitting over 60hz, you're all talking out your asses.
Ever heard of PC gaming?
WTF are you all talking about with your 144hz is better than 60hz? Consoles max out @ 60fps so by having 144hz you are not benefitting over 60hz, you're all talking out your asses.
koharbar
Ordered one last Thursday and was delivered Friday. Fantastic monitor. Very very happy. came with all brand new cables and the monitor it self looks brand new. Couldn't be happier with it

Thanks. Another quick question please, how does text and general windows desktop look on a curved monitor? I will be spending 8 hours per day coding on this thing, does the text look stretched in the middle? Thanks.
Ordered one last Thursday and was delivered Friday. Fantastic monitor. Very very happy. came with all brand new cables and the monitor it self looks brand new. Couldn't be happier with it
Anybody got one using this deal, are you happy with it?
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Alienware Alpha ASM100 i7 4785T 8GB Steam Machine Gaming Media PC with windows os (returns) at NRG:IT £449.00

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Been looking at getting a better PC for gaming, this seems like a great price for an i7 PC that would go well under the TV. this has windows on it too instead of the steam os so you'd be able to us… Read More
Been looking at getting a better PC for gaming, this seems like a great price for an i7 PC that would go well under the TV. this has windows on it too instead of the steam os so you'd be able to us…
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I think the gaming-focused conversation here has swayed the discussion a bit, although understandable because the brand does direct it towards the gaming market.
I'm interested in getting one of these as I travel frequently and have to do lots of intensive graphics and video work, but I absolutely hate using a laptop for any serious editing - ask anyone who does this kind of work seriously and they'll tell you that 9 hours spent at a laptop results in serious deformities. Lightweight monitors are available now, and I can certainly get a few pounds of monitor in a suitcase, as long as it's no bigger than a 22 monitor.
It's nigh on impossible to find a portable PC with a half-decent graphics chip. I've no particular interest in gaming, but I'm hugely interested in this if it would allow me to ditch my macbook pro for a proper computer. I'm sure anyone reading this will suggest to just carry on with the laptop, but really, after 9 years of doing so, it's really taking a toll. Moreover, repairs are so expensive to high-end laptops - if something happens to the screen, it's really difficult to get a replacement.
Interesting re: the updated model coming after e3 - but what sort of price will this entail? An i7 with dedicated graphics is hard to find. As a competitor to the Mac mini this looks hard to beat.
If this is overpriced for its hardware, as many of you have said, can anyone please point my in the direction of a comparable model? I've considered Micro ITX, but I still haven't managed to get anywhere near this size/ price point for what I need.
...and please - don't just tell me to build a gaming computer, I have absolutely no use for FPS related willy-waving.


I know you have said don't say build a gaming computer, but you could build a much better ITX system for a respectable cost without the focus being on video game fps. If instead of focusing on pushing the most fps out of a system you focused on something with comparable specs and size to your Mac book pro, you could do very well, as if you aren't going to put a £200+ dedicated long GPU in the system, you have a good little bit to play around with, meaning you could get a Bluetooth and WiFi integrated mobo, a small size GPU with enough power for your needs, and then have a system you can gradually upgrade if the need for more performance in certain areas arrises, and you have a system that you have put together meaning that any repairs/replacements should be able to be done yourself

Edit: if however you did just want something simple and easy from the get go, this would suit your needs, just you won't have too much joy with upgrading anything if you need to in the future bar the most simple parts eg the ram and the storage. It all depends on your exact needs and what you're using the system for. You'd also, as other posts have explained, install windows OS onto this on your own accord, I dont know how or if you'd go about this if there's anything alienate have done to hinder this

Edited By: GravyGamer on Jun 05, 2016 13:02: More info
I think the gaming-focused conversation here has swayed the discussion a bit, although understandable because the brand does direct it towards the gaming market.

I'm interested in getting one of these as I travel frequently and have to do lots of intensive graphics and video work, but I absolutely hate using a laptop for any serious editing - ask anyone who does this kind of work seriously and they'll tell you that 9 hours spent at a laptop results in serious deformities. Lightweight monitors are available now, and I can certainly get a few pounds of monitor in a suitcase, as long as it's no bigger than a 22 monitor.

It's nigh on impossible to find a portable PC with a half-decent graphics chip. I've no particular interest in gaming, but I'm hugely interested in this if it would allow me to ditch my macbook pro for a proper computer. I'm sure anyone reading this will suggest to just carry on with the laptop, but really, after 9 years of doing so, it's really taking a toll. Moreover, repairs are so expensive to high-end laptops - if something happens to the screen, it's really difficult to get a replacement.

Interesting re: the updated model coming after e3 - but what sort of price will this entail? An i7 with dedicated graphics is hard to find. As a competitor to the Mac mini this looks hard to beat.

If this is overpriced for its hardware, as many of you have said, can anyone please point my in the direction of a comparable model? I've considered Micro ITX, but I still haven't managed to get anywhere near this size/ price point for what I need.

...and please - don't just tell me to build a gaming computer, I have absolutely no use for FPS related willy-waving.
Could this run GTA V PC properly?
Good deal! Not your typical Alienware monster machine, but will fit nicely under a TV and handle most modern games at med/high at around 30fps.
it unfortunately doesn't, the GPU completely screws it, it is worse than it looks on paper.
It fortunately does. I have an i7 860m laptop and it runs games as I described above. Mobile parts aren't the laughable messes the master race would have you believe.
It unfortunately doesn't, I don't care what laptop you have, my friend has this exact machine and it falls on it's 1080p face, the drivers supplied for the custom card, which is a modded mobile gpu are worst than poor, please do not try and shoot me down when I try to be helpful and state facts, your inferiority complex over your 960m has no place in being critical of my original post.
Bless. It's sweet that you think I have any kind of complex about the numbers in my PC. I look at what will do the job I want and go for it, I don't get bogged down in chasing fps. My laptop has served me well and I'm perfectly happy with it, whether or not you are is of no concern to me.
Oh, and it's an 860m.
debating nothing it seems... IDK, why you chose to defend the 860m if you aren't concerned about fps, as that is a gpu job... The 860m maybe fine in you laptop, but in this, for the money, it is pants, google it if you want, I just don't want ppl buying this thing thinking it'll run maxed out Witcher, because it wont.
In my very first post in this thread, which also happens to be post #1, I said it would run modern games on med/high at 30fps. Exactly what part of that do you think people might misconstrue as 'it will run Witcher 3 maxed out'?


I did not read or post in relation to your first post... I was just stating facts... you really do have a complex over your card. I funny enough, was talking about my experience of this machine. Weirdly not my opinion of what you are guessing about a machine because you have a completely different system with a similar or same GPU. I have no more time to waste on your paranoias sorry, Over and out!
Good deal! Not your typical Alienware monster machine, but will fit nicely under a TV and handle most modern games at med/high at around 30fps.
it unfortunately doesn't, the GPU completely screws it, it is worse than it looks on paper.
It fortunately does. I have an i7 860m laptop and it runs games as I described above. Mobile parts aren't the laughable messes the master race would have you believe.
It unfortunately doesn't, I don't care what laptop you have, my friend has this exact machine and it falls on it's 1080p face, the drivers supplied for the custom card, which is a modded mobile gpu are worst than poor, please do not try and shoot me down when I try to be helpful and state facts, your inferiority complex over your 960m has no place in being critical of my original post.
Bless. It's sweet that you think I have any kind of complex about the numbers in my PC. I look at what will do the job I want and go for it, I don't get bogged down in chasing fps. My laptop has served me well and I'm perfectly happy with it, whether or not you are is of no concern to me.
Oh, and it's an 860m.
debating nothing it seems... IDK, why you chose to defend the 860m if you aren't concerned about fps, as that is a gpu job... The 860m maybe fine in you laptop, but in this, for the money, it is pants, google it if you want, I just don't want ppl buying this thing thinking it'll run maxed out Witcher, because it wont.

In my very first post in this thread, which also happens to be post #1, I said it would run modern games on med/high at 30fps. Exactly what part of that do you think people might misconstrue as 'it will run Witcher 3 maxed out'?

Edited By: BigOrkWaaagh on May 31, 2016 16:23
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Dell P2414H 24" monitor (without stand) £89.00 delivered @ NRT:IT

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They're back in stock folks (at least at time of posting anyway). Good price for a quality monitor IMO - I bagged 2 when they were previously available. Even though it mentions refurbished, when i rec… Read More
They're back in stock folks (at least at time of posting anyway). Good price for a quality monitor IMO - I bagged 2 when they were previously available. Even though it mentions refurbished, when i rec…
kidrock123 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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Back in stock
I have bought 8 Dell monitors from them so far. All excellent. They are called NRG though!
Good company. Needed a stand so emailed asking about stock availability as they were oos. Got back within an hour with one available.
Mines been going strong for the best part of 2 years! Very nice to use and amazing for the price.
Have these at work and they are a joy to use.
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Dell S2716DG 144hz 27" G-Sync monitor £419.00 delivered @ NRG:IT

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Cheapest I've seen since the black Friday deals. They are refurbished reseller but this stock is factory sealed Dell returns. Technical Specifications Diagonally Viewable Size: 68.4 cm, 27 I… Read More
Cheapest I've seen since the black Friday deals. They are refurbished reseller but this stock is factory sealed Dell returns. Technical Specifications Diagonally Viewable Size: 68.4 cm, 27 I…
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Dell. 27" 1440p. Gsync. For £419? Seems like a good price to me.

Totally different kettle of fish to 4k. Especially for the hardcore FPS crowd. Haven't done any research on this particular monitor but both my current two are Dell and they have both served me well.

Would love to have scooped a £99 miss-price one! That would have been a big old pile of win! :{
BluesFanUK
adam0812
BluesFanUK
Myth. You can get 60fps on many games or in the 50s.
Many people would prefer 144hz @ 1440p over 4k/60
Each to their own matey. 4K is considerably better than 1440p, i've made the mistake of listening to certain geeks on here before harp on about great these sort of monitors are. Anything above 60hz is negligible to me, combine 4K and 60hz and it's spectacular.
The only reason to ever buy one of these is if you're into first person shooters, that's where the difference lies, and then it takes a real pedantic person to start noticing 'major' differences.
Absolutely. I take no issue in people preferring image quality over frame rate. Currently I just think 4k takes too much horsepower to achieve 60fps. I have a 980ti and looking at something like the division you would need to be capping at 30fps for a "smooth" experience. Even with G-sync flucuations between 30 and 40fps look pretty gross IMO.
tsed
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"lol" - No I just don't think it's a decent deal. £30 quid off on this monitor isn't a deal. Of course using this logic things would be voted cold, because they should be. It's not a good deal. I've been in the market for a 144Hz, G-Sync, 2560x1440 (preferably IPS) monitor for a few months. In that time I've seen this monitor go for considerably cheaper. You don't need to get upset because your posting got voted cold with all that "the logic of some people" childishness.
There's tons of YouTube videos and discussions on forums that this monitor has pixel inversion/walk issues. It's not worth the RRP and it's not worth £30 off, hence why I voted cold. It'd be worth a look at <=£300 in my opinion.
It not just this monitor, its all of the 1440p panels by AUO. There is a couple of variants but they all do the same thing.
In general you never notice it, you will need to wait a year or 2 for a different panel to appear on the market.
Yep, I've seen people complaining about the pg278q having the same issue. From what people have said about the PG279Q, XB270HU and XB271HU (all IPS) you don't get this issue. I think it's just an issue that affects TN panels. I'll probably end up picking up a PG279Q when it hits around £600. I'm just not looking forward to the BLB lottery. All it takes is one company to build a decent panel to assuage fears around multiple RMAs and these things will fly off the shelves.
Either way, my point still stands that this has been much cheaper before for several months. Just a recent price hike has taken it back up towards where it was before. This was available for <£400 for a long time. I've seen this frequently at ~€400 through various Amazon sellers across europe, you just have to keep an eye open.
You'll have to pay import duty though on stuff outside the UK, won't you? If so, that would make most costs the same as the UK?

You pay import duty on products bought from outside the EU.
tsed

You'll have to pay import duty though on stuff outside the UK, won't you? If so, that would make most costs the same as the UK?

Not if its from within the EU. Which to be honest is an issue of being in the EU.

Delivery is normally just as quick in my experience.
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"lol" - No I just don't think it's a decent deal. £30 quid off on this monitor isn't a deal. Of course using this logic things would be voted cold, because they should be. It's not a good deal. I've been in the market for a 144Hz, G-Sync, 2560x1440 (preferably IPS) monitor for a few months. In that time I've seen this monitor go for considerably cheaper. You don't need to get upset because your posting got voted cold with all that "the logic of some people" childishness.
There's tons of YouTube videos and discussions on forums that this monitor has pixel inversion/walk issues. It's not worth the RRP and it's not worth £30 off, hence why I voted cold. It'd be worth a look at <=£300 in my opinion.
It not just this monitor, its all of the 1440p panels by AUO. There is a couple of variants but they all do the same thing.
In general you never notice it, you will need to wait a year or 2 for a different panel to appear on the market.
Yep, I've seen people complaining about the pg278q having the same issue. From what people have said about the PG279Q, XB270HU and XB271HU (all IPS) you don't get this issue. I think it's just an issue that affects TN panels. I'll probably end up picking up a PG279Q when it hits around £600. I'm just not looking forward to the BLB lottery. All it takes is one company to build a decent panel to assuage fears around multiple RMAs and these things will fly off the shelves.
Either way, my point still stands that this has been much cheaper before for several months. Just a recent price hike has taken it back up towards where it was before. This was available for <£400 for a long time. I've seen this frequently at ~€400 through various Amazon sellers across europe, you just have to keep an eye open.

You'll have to pay import duty though on stuff outside the UK, won't you? If so, that would make most costs the same as the UK?
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Dell P2414H WOST 24 inch Monitor Without a Stand (£89.00) nrgit

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I always miss these deals, so will probably be gone quick.
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These are back in stock if anyone is interested.
bought, thank you
These are back in stock if anyone is interested.
who_are_you_uk
what does wost stand for?
It's a bit of a redundant title, like PIN number
"P2414H W(ith)O(ut)St(and) monitor without stand"
'Without stand' I presume.

Edited By: etceteraz on Mar 19, 2016 10:07
what does wost stand for?
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Dell U2414H Ultrasharp 24 Inch Monitor, Thin Bezel, Including Stand, £159.00 @ NRG IT

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Technical Specification Screen Size: 24″ Panel Type: IPS – In Plane Switching Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Widescreen Optimal Resolution: 1920×1080 Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 Brightness: 250 cd/m² (typical… Read More
Technical Specification Screen Size: 24″ Panel Type: IPS – In Plane Switching Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Widescreen Optimal Resolution: 1920×1080 Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 Brightness: 250 cd/m² (typical…
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I got one with a stand from them in January when they were doing a sale. It was actually cheaper then too as it cost me just £149. It had next day delivery and it's got a 3 year on site warranty too.
The monitor is great, but this model has a range of issues reported online. For starters it often identifies itself as a TV, so you need to make sure that your graphics driver is set to the full 0-255 colour range. By default it'll go to 16-235 and the monitor will have it's preset mode set to standard instead of sRGB, so the colours won't look correct.
Other issues to be aware of are odd DisplayPort behavior and unresponsive touch buttons. Luckily I use HDMI and my buttons work well.

faustino
Can confirm display port weird behaviour. After several months of using it, one day it messed up display so it resolution changed to 860x640 or similar low setting. I couldn't find quick solution to the problem so had to change cablework between tv, monitor and pc. Now using onboard gfx in addition to 760.

Glad to see i'm not the only one with DisplayPort issues although mine is far worse.

One day I restarted my PC and the monitor didn't detect any input. Hadn't moved anything or touched any wires, just broke spontaneously.

Switched to HDMI and no problems. I do love this monitor overall though, great for gaming as well.
Can confirm display port weird behaviour. After several months of using it, one day it messed up display so it resolution changed to 860x640 or similar low setting. I couldn't find quick solution to the problem so had to change cablework between tv, monitor and pc. Now using onboard gfx in addition to 760.
I got one with a stand from them in January when they were doing a sale. It was actually cheaper then too as it cost me just £149. It had next day delivery and it's got a 3 year on site warranty too.

The monitor is great, but this model has a range of issues reported online. For starters it often identifies itself as a TV, so you need to make sure that your graphics driver is set to the full 0-255 colour range. By default it'll go to 16-235 and the monitor will have it's preset mode set to standard instead of sRGB, so the colours won't look correct.

Other issues to be aware of are odd DisplayPort behavior and unresponsive touch buttons. Luckily I use HDMI and my buttons work well.

Edited By: soza on Dec 17, 2015 17:28
Anyone know if they would be better than 2405FPWs?
JJMPSP
Is this a refurb?

I contacted live support,and this was their reply.

Thank you for your enquiry.
We are a Dell Registered Partner specialising in refurbished items, so all monitors and PCs on our website are classed as Refurbished by Dell unless stated otherwise.
Please note that Dell have not done any actual refurbishment on these items. Instead, all items have been returned to Dell (usually from cancelled orders, although we never get a prior item history for Data Protection reasons) and Dell engineers have checked and certified the item to be in full working order with no refurbishment required. Dell do not include their manufacturer warranty, so we include our own 3 Year On Site warranty to protect our customers from any unforeseen circumstances.

George
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Dell P2414H 24 inch Monitor Without a Stand £89.99 @ NRGIT

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The semi-regular occurring refurb P2414H are back instock at NRGIT. They probably won't last long based on previous offers. Read More
The semi-regular occurring refurb P2414H are back instock at NRGIT. They probably won't last long based on previous offers.
theproperdalton Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago23 Comments
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i got one of these after asking over online chat, they save a few behind for emergencies, so is worth asking.
NOTE: you cant connect HDMI (output) to Display port (input) easily without an expensive adapter so i got Xenta HDMI To DVI-D Cable - 1m from Ebuyer for £1.98, bargain its cheaper than ebay.
As a courtesy to those that are thinking of buying from NRG, they've informed me that they accept returns for any reason.

...would just like to reassure you that we accept returns for any reason - even including change of mind, as per our 100% money back guarantee.
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I keep seeing these monitors on here. Can you someone tell me why they sell so well as the specs don't seem that special?
It's the fact that it is an IPS (In Plane Switching) screen which is far superior to other tech on the market.


Far superior at colour reproduction. Not so superior at blacks or for fast gaming. :-)


Yes I should have qualified in what situations, thanks :)
alexjameshaines
redduck
I keep seeing these monitors on here. Can you someone tell me why they sell so well as the specs don't seem that special?
It's the fact that it is an IPS (In Plane Switching) screen which is far superior to other tech on the market.


Far superior at colour reproduction. Not so superior at blacks or for fast gaming. :-)
Sold out.
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Dell P2414H Professional Monitor for £129.00 from NRG IT

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Just bought another one of these monitors and saw that they had 120 of them. Read More
Just bought another one of these monitors and saw that they had 120 of them.
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This is an excellent deal...depending on whether you need a stand of course. I've had two of the ones without stands, bought a dual monitor arm for £25ish, and an very happy with the results. Warmth has been given ☺
a few months ago, i ordered 2 of these from them @ £89 each (without stands). even though it stated refurbished, when they arrived i noticed they were brand spankers :)

picked up a couple of stands of ebay for £30.
Looks like it does.
I got one of the Dell monitors from this company without stand and couldn't fault it. Good company to deal with and monitor arrived professionally packaged with cables etc.
Does this come with monitor stand?
kha27
Is this a good deal?
Not really, they normally sell without the stand for £89. Currently out of stock though
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Back in stock again - be quick if you want one as they don't hang around for long. Display port, VGA and power leads included (yes shocker no HDMI input, but buy a cheap adapter). Tech specs:- V…
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Received the 22 inch Dell monitor today. Monitor and packaging looks new. Came with USB, power, DisplayPort and VGA cables. No dead pixels.

Highly recommended as it appears to be better quality than anything I have seen in John Lewis and PC World under £150.
Listed monitor is OOS but they did have 22 inch for £70. Dell stands are £15 from ebay. Appears to be a good budget option with adjustable stand.
westonborn
The postings regarding these monitors really wind me up, the company have so little in stock and are sold out within a nano second, never see the post quick enough and I do look at HUKD on a regular basis!
There is a notification option on the android app.
The postings regarding these monitors really wind me up, the company have so little in stock and are sold out within a nano second, never see the post quick enough and I do look at HUKD on a regular basis!
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blue-note
Any better than my old 2405 FPW Ultrasharps...any ideas? I have 2 of them...and there's only 1 of these available so will pass for now but just out of interest...
Well, these are only 1080p vs your 1200p, so IMO, no these are not.

That's only because the 2405 has more real estate viewing area. More akin to a 4:3 rather than a 16:9
But, yes, nice to have that extra viewing area.
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Yes its in stock No there's no stand or HDMI Yes its a 'refurb' but all of them I have bought have arrived in brand new packaging Yes its IPS LED and looks fantastic Yes it can be overclo… Read More
Yes its in stock No there's no stand or HDMI Yes its a 'refurb' but all of them I have bought have arrived in brand new packaging Yes its IPS LED and looks fantastic Yes it can be overclo…
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I really need to stop buying these.....http://i.imgur.com/gMkEi2Hh.jpg
Nice setup, what stand are you using?
I call it the TriMonStand :)Details here
Fantastic run through but you really need a new Workmate.
Gosh tell me about it, I keep bolting bits of wood onto it but keeps on falling apart! :(
skaif
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skaif
I really need to stop buying these.....http://i.imgur.com/gMkEi2Hh.jpg
Nice setup, what stand are you using?
I call it the TriMonStand :)Details here
Fantastic run through but you really need a new Workmate.
I'm not really a mech keyboard guy. They're good but I don't game with a keyboard and mouse enough to warrant one. This one matches the style of my macbook so works well for what I need.
Thanks for the advice tho
skaif
Elevation
skaif
I really need to stop buying these.....http://i.imgur.com/gMkEi2Hh.jpg
...and invest in a keyboard costing more than £4.99....?
Not sure which keyboard you mean? I have this one? but as that's Bluetooth also a cheap Dell plugged in as backup :)


oh dear god!! get yourself a mech and never look back.... pok3r with cherry mx browns maybe?
I've got one. ..I put hdmi in through the DVI connector. Works fine. .. I've got a lead but you can get am adapter for 2 or 3 pounds I guess
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Tech specs; Diagonally Viewable Size: 60.47 cm 23.8" (31.5-inch wide viewable image size) Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:9) Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H… Read More
Tech specs; Diagonally Viewable Size: 60.47 cm 23.8" (31.5-inch wide viewable image size) Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:9) Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H…
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Have messed about with it some more and when looking at colour management through control panel I can see that Display 1 has a ICC profile of "sRGB display profile with display hardware configuration data derived from calibration" called CalibratedDisplayProfile-1.icc
Display 2 doesn't. Maybe one of my monitors weren't calibrated before leaving the factory? I think the next step is speaking to Dell.
Also might try this too;http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19470288

The guide is only really if your connecting via HDMI and display port (I think) as using those 2 methods the monitors get picked up as 'TVs'
Have messed about with it some more and when looking at colour management through control panel I can see that Display 1 has a ICC profile of "sRGB display profile with display hardware configuration data derived from calibration" called CalibratedDisplayProfile-1.icc

Display 2 doesn't. Maybe one of my monitors weren't calibrated before leaving the factory? I think the next step is speaking to Dell.

Also might try this too;

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/peripherals/f/3529/t/19470288

Edited By: bob_regis on Sep 22, 2015 13:26: update
EagleUK
bob_regis
Can anyone point me in the direction of using the factory calibrated settings. I have tried but they do not seem to match.
At the moment I have two side by side and I have set the colour settings to
Preset mode sRGB on both.
However, they both do not seem to show the same picture well.
The other interesting thing is that if I set input color format to RGB on both monitors one of them ends up with a ugly red shine. To have anything resembling normal I need to set one of them to RGB and the other to YPbPr.
Any ideas?
Reset monitors to factory, get both to sRGB profile and follow this article on how to changes the RBG range to full from limited https://pcmonitors.info/articles/correcting-hdmi-colour-on-nvidia-and-amd-gpus/

I have just done that and followed the guide - I should explain however that I am using DVI to DVI connectors (not HDMI).

One screen looks washed out compared to the other? Should I use DVI to HDMI instead?

Edited By: bob_regis on Sep 22, 2015 08:26
bob_regis
Can anyone point me in the direction of using the factory calibrated settings. I have tried but they do not seem to match.
At the moment I have two side by side and I have set the colour settings to
Preset mode sRGB on both.
However, they both do not seem to show the same picture well.
The other interesting thing is that if I set input color format to RGB on both monitors one of them ends up with a ugly red shine. To have anything resembling normal I need to set one of them to RGB and the other to YPbPr.
Any ideas?

Reset monitors to factory, get both to sRGB profile and follow this article on how to changes the RBG range to full from limited https://pcmonitors.info/articles/correcting-hdmi-colour-on-nvidia-and-amd-gpus/
Can anyone point me in the direction of using the factory calibrated settings. I have tried but they do not seem to match.

At the moment I have two side by side and I have set the colour settings to

Preset mode sRGB on both.
However, they both do not seem to show the same picture well.

The other interesting thing is that if I set input color format to RGB on both monitors one of them ends up with a ugly red shine. To have anything resembling normal I need to set one of them to RGB and the other to YPbPr.

Any ideas?
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TheMilkyJoe Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago1 Comment
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Out of stock now.
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Dell P2314H 23 Inch IPS Professional monitor Free Next Day Delivery £125.00 @ nrgit

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Good deal for a decent quality monitors. Comes with the full flexible Stand (these are refurbs, but are all essentially new, if required repackaged by Dell also). Bought 14, all new in my view. Read More
Good deal for a decent quality monitors. Comes with the full flexible Stand (these are refurbs, but are all essentially new, if required repackaged by Dell also). Bought 14, all new in my view.
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another NRG customer here, very pleased with their service.
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I know NRG seem to get good reviews and this is about £25 cheaper than the average price for a new one.
This doesn't come with a 3 year next business day onsite warranty though so should be even cheaper than this:
"1 Year Return to Base Warranty with NRG IT"
Return to base is a pain and can take days or weeks.

All next day service from them in my experience. They will get a collection next day if you have a faulty unit and get a new one to you next day also.
spannerzone
I know NRG seem to get good reviews and this is about £25 cheaper than the average price for a new one.
This doesn't come with a 3 year next business day onsite warranty though so should be even cheaper than this:

"1 Year Return to Base Warranty with NRG IT"

Return to base is a pain and can take days or weeks.
I bought a Dell monitor from NRG:IT, whilst as new, it did have back-light flare in one conner. I kept it because they quickly went out of stock and I felt I could live with it.
Just pointing out that some of them may be returned due to issues with the panel.
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Dell Ultrasharp U2413 w 3year onsite warranty for only £249.00! @ NRG:IT

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Something retailing at +-£360, going for almost a third off. Phenomenal price. EDIT: Would help if cold votes are explained. Read More
Something retailing at +-£360, going for almost a third off. Phenomenal price. EDIT: Would help if cold votes are explained.
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Something retailing at +-£360, going for almost a third off. Phenomenal price.
EDIT: Would help if cold votes are explained.
These are refurbs without Dell warranty so not that hot
@gnowak84

It was on amazon, gone up to £260 now though.. Can be purchased from other sellers on amazon/ng solutions for £250.

Great monitor too.. I have never seen a monitor with such a deep black level before.



Edited By: murkymango on Jul 31, 2015 17:59
bibu
You need to explain what is difference between this and £100 monitor.
Why people need to spend extra money.
If you don't explain this, then people see "???" inch monitor for £249.
You need to explain briefly "what this is" to avoid cold votes.
Rig
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bought the 25" 2k model for 244 last month
An ultrasharp?

Edited By: cuzzy on Jul 30, 2015 21:16: Quote edited
Guys, this is not a standard or gamer display, but a photography/video editing focused display with a wide gamut (it can display a broader range of color than most displays) which can also be calibrated by the user to different target profiles (e.g. without requiring the use of an ICC profile on the computer, without banding and more precisely).

See http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2413.htm for a detailed review

The features it has (USB3, 1920x1200) are also slightly above a run of the mill IPS display.

Edited By: RueFondary on Jul 30, 2015 18:56
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Back in stock again - be quick if you want one as they don't hang around for long. Display port, VGA and power leads included (yes shocker no HDMI input, but buy a cheap adapter). Tech specs:- VGA…
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now back instock!
2 left...
now back instock!
redbutcher
Holmer0
What size vesa is it?
100mm x 100mm
thanks - I got one so now off to find a good wall mount!
Apparently they are hopefully for another small batch of stock soon. If you email them they will add you to their mailing list (that's how I found out about this small batch of stock) so you should get some advance notice of when stock is likely to be available.

Edited By: redbutcher on Jun 20, 2015 10:51
I'm so desperate for one of these! I can never get it at the right time!
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Just a heads-up, they're back in stock! Please Note: These monitors are refurbished but in great condition by all accounts from other threads on HUKD. Also, these monitors don't come with a stand w… Read More
Just a heads-up, they're back in stock! Please Note: These monitors are refurbished but in great condition by all accounts from other threads on HUKD. Also, these monitors don't come with a stand w…
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Profile setting gone askew, fixed now... address coming in 2 ticks!
akersj
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If anyone is in Basingstoke area and wants to collect free stand (from an HP 24" monitor, says HP on the back only) please message me.
Hi
Will be passing through Basingstoke tomorrow morning about 11am from Salisbury
Was wondering if monitor stand was still available?
Many thanks - if not, thanks for your kind offer.
Graham
PM'd you Graham.

Thanks akersj - for some reason, it's not allowing me to reply to you by PM on here (said you don't have PM enabled which seemed strange as you sent message!) - if you wanted to do what you said and leave it somewhere safe, just let me know where by PM - or if you PM mobile number, will text on that...will travel along M3 and leave and Junction 6 if that's convenient for you...if not, I understand. Best wishes,G
doobyduck
akersj
If anyone is in Basingstoke area and wants to collect free stand (from an HP 24" monitor, says HP on the back only) please message me.
Hi
Will be passing through Basingstoke tomorrow morning about 11am from Salisbury
Was wondering if monitor stand was still available?
Many thanks - if not, thanks for your kind offer.
Graham

PM'd you Graham.
akersj
If anyone is in Basingstoke area and wants to collect free stand (from an HP 24" monitor, says HP on the back only) please message me.
Hi

Will be passing through Basingstoke tomorrow morning about 11am from Salisbury

Was wondering if monitor stand was still available?

Many thanks - if not, thanks for your kind offer.

Graham
hellop4nda
hornerr
No HDMI port..
There's DVI. HDMI is useless anyway since the monitor doesn't have speakers. Get a cheap 99p HDMI/DVI converter or if that's too much trouble for you, just get a male DVI to male HDMI cable.

HDMI isn't useless. I use the HDMI port on my Dell monitor so my lad can connect his rasperry Pi up to it.
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I missed out on this last time but is back in stock. Thanks to hellop4nda for the original heads up and thread here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-p2414h-1080p-24-ips-led-monitor-89-deliv… Read More
I missed out on this last time but is back in stock. Thanks to hellop4nda for the original heads up and thread here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-p2414h-1080p-24-ips-led-monitor-89-deliv…
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Anyone in Basingstoke is welcome to a free stand, it's for an HP 24" (but standard VESA mount holes) and currently sat in my backyard. PM for details!
Still got the stand if anyone wants it for £0!
Very kind - live fairly nearby in Salisbury so may take you up on offer if passing nearby in exchange for a pint if you wanted...have an old Dell ST2210b monitor and just want to see if stand from that fits when this new shiny monitor turns up
You're more than welcome to it, just let me know when!
akersj
akersj
Anyone in Basingstoke is welcome to a free stand, it's for an HP 24" (but standard VESA mount holes) and currently sat in my backyard. PM for details!
Still got the stand if anyone wants it for £0!

Very kind - live fairly nearby in Salisbury so may take you up on offer if passing nearby in exchange for a pint if you wanted...have an old Dell ST2210b monitor and just want to see if stand from that fits when this new shiny monitor turns up
akersj
Anyone in Basingstoke is welcome to a free stand, it's for an HP 24" (but standard VESA mount holes) and currently sat in my backyard. PM for details!

Still got the stand if anyone wants it for £0!
Mine arrived last night, and I pinched the stand from an old dell monitor. It fitted perfectly, and I'm using it now. Thanks OP, really pleased with this!
Got my monitor yesterday, no dead pixels or light bleed, very impressive picture quality.
Just need to buy a stand now as I held off ordering one until I had seen the panel.
By the way which stands have you all been ordering? Thanks
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