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U2414H 24" IPS Monitor. 3 Year Warranty only £149.00 at NRGIT!!

£149.00 @ NRG:IT
Knew I should have waited. Picked one of these up at £169 with a 1 year warranty a couple of months ago. Went looking for another (want to get that slim gap between dual screens) only to learn that I … Read More
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Knew I should have waited. Picked one of these up at £169 with a 1 year warranty a couple of months ago. Went looking for another (want to get that slim gap between dual screens) only to learn that I can get one at a cheaper price with a 3 year warranty. I got a 2408WFP with dodgy backlights which is no where near as good as the U2414H sat next to it. I'm thinking Elite Dangerous on thre screens now...

Have to wait until 7th Jan before they ship which is a bit of a pain but I guess I cvan wait!!

Almost forgot to mention - unlike their other deals this DOES have a stand. Dont have to go hunting for one :).

Quick Monitor Specs from NRGIT

Display

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
Optimal resolution: 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
Contrast Ratio: 1000: 1 (typical) 2 Million:1 (Max) (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
Brightness: 250 cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time: 8 ms (gray to gray)
Viewing Angle: (178° vertical / 178° horizontal)
Colour Support: Colour Gamut6 (typical): 85% (CIE1976), sRGB 96% ( average Delta E of>4): 16.77 Million colours
Pixel Pitch: 0.274 mm
Backlight Technology: LED
Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display
Display Screen Coating: Antiglare with hard-coating 3H

Connectivity

2 HDMI(MHL) connectors
1 Mini DisplayPort
1 DisplayPort (version 1.2a)
1 DisplayPort out (MST)
1 Audio Line out (connect your speakers)
4 USB 3.0 ports - Downstream (4 at the back, 1 with battery charging)
1 USB 3.0 port - Upstream

It maybe refurbished so read the comments for an impression.
- Agharta
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#1
Brilliant monitor for the money. Worth everything I paid.
1 Like #2
I bought this from Amazon a few months ago - has lots of light leakage on the right hand side of the screen. Don't know if it's faulty or they are all like this, doesn't really cause any issues with the picture though.
#3
This looks great, is there a 27 inch model that isn't much more expensive? Using an AOC ATM. Heat given.
#4
Any good for gaming?

Refresh seems a tad high, but I know nothing of IPS monitors ...
#5
Can't believe I almost bought this for £200. Good thing I put it off a few days.
#6
jimbob2010
I bought this from Amazon a few months ago - has lots of light leakage on the right hand side of the screen. Don't know if it's faulty or they are all like this, doesn't really cause any issues with the picture though.
Not sure if that's normal - all I know is mine doesn't have what yours does. Talk to whoever you bought it from as you might be able to get it swapped out. Unless you can live with the fact you cant see it when it's showing a picture.
#7
Crazygooner1
This looks great, is there a 27 inch model that isn't much more expensive? Using an AOC ATM. Heat given.
Not sure - I find 27" too big for me. Spend too much time tracking right/left on 2 x 24" as it is! Prefer to be able to see both sides without turnig head much if at all
#8
Macdory
Any good for gaming?

Refresh seems a tad high, but I know nothing of IPS monitors ...
Not a pro gamer. Play a bit of Rift, Boarderlands 1 & 2 and some Don't Starve. Don't have any issues. Very nice image, crisp and seems to be responsive enough for me... Mostly use mine for coding.

Edited By: Balefire on Dec 25, 2014 21:19
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Balefire
Macdory
Any good for gaming?

Refresh seems a tad high, but I know nothing of IPS monitors ...
Not a pro gamer. Play a bit of Rift, Boarderlands 1 & 2 and some Don't Starve. Don't have any issues. Very nice image, crisp and seems to be responsive enough for me...

Thank you ...

Just been reading up and I came across this ...
If the monitor is 60hz, anything under 16ms response + lantency is fine.

At 60hz 1 frame lasts 16ms, so any delay that is under 16ms is less then one frame. There is no difference between 1ms delay and 15 ms delay. However, if your monitor is 120hz. You want a delay under 8ms, which is less than one frame at that refresh rate.

So the IPS should offer better colour quality and viewing angles and also be fine for gaming
#10
Great price and heat but don't forget this won't get shipped until at least Jan 5th - they are shut until then. I just managed to scrape in delivery on Xmas eve for the P2414h.

Dave
#11
Wirral_guy
Great price and heat but don't forget this won't get shipped until at least Jan 5th - they are shut until then. I just managed to scrape in delivery on Xmas eve for the P2414h.

Dave
Lucky - it was a tossup between the P2414H & U2414H for me. I went for the U2414H because of the minimal gap between two screens
#12
Macdory


Thank you ...

Just been reading up and I came across this ...
If the monitor is 60hz, anything under 16ms response + lantency is fine.

At 60hz 1 frame lasts 16ms, so any delay that is under 16ms is less then one frame. There is no difference between 1ms delay and 15 ms delay. However, if your monitor is 120hz. You want a delay under 8ms, which is less than one frame at that refresh rate.

So the IPS should offer better colour quality and viewing angles and also be fine for gaming
Nice bit of info. I always thought that the extremely low refresh rates were a little bit of marketing fluff. Maybe some people can notice it like I notice very high frequency sounds from some electronic equipment like cheap PSUs or the first card machine at work. Gave me a headache that one. No-one believed me until I got a dB meter which showed there was a loud noise coming from it.

Edited By: Balefire on Dec 25, 2014 23:06
#13
Ordered, heat added. Thanks!
#14
Fine for gaming. I have one and no ghosting or anything. I play CS:GO semi regularly for reference.
#15
montblanc
Isn't in an extra £60 for the convenience of having a stand, whereas it only costs £10 to buy a stand separately?

£149 without a stand on there site with none in stock???
#16
EagleUK
montblanc
Isn't in an extra £60 for the convenience of having a stand, whereas it only costs £10 to buy a stand separately?

£149 without a stand on there site with none in stock???

Oh I am thinking of the P2414 not the U2414. Didn't even know there was different ones.
#17
Why does a 1080p monitor have a display port?
#18
GoatzRus
Why does a 1080p monitor have a display port?

For Mac users?
#19
montblanc
Isn't in an extra £60 for the convenience of having a stand, whereas it only costs £10 to buy a stand separately?
Eh? Where you get extra £60 for stand? This is not a P2414H they had for £89 no stand. This is a U2414H with a stand. Different monitor... and it has a 3 year Onsite warranty. The P2414H was a 1 year RTB...

Edited By: Balefire on Dec 26, 2014 00:43
#20
EagleUK
£149 without a stand on there site with none in stock???

Re-read the site - it's a U2414H WITH a stand and 3 year onsite warranty not a P2414H without a stand and 1 year RTB warranty. Although I give you they ain't open atm and stock is due to be dispatched >=7th


Edited By: Balefire on Dec 26, 2014 00:46
#21
I appreciate there have been questions already concerning gaming on this monitor. However, I'm looking for a monitor to use with my PS4 and call of Duty Advanced Warfare, can anyone confirm if this would be suitable?

Thanks.
#22
Grandi1989
I appreciate there have been questions already concerning gaming on this monitor. However, I'm looking for a monitor to use with my PS4 and call of Duty Advanced Warfare, can anyone confirm if this would be suitable?

Thanks.
Dont have a PS4 (or any console) but providing it has HDMI or DisplayPort & can run at 1920x1080 @ 60Hz then doesnt matter if its a PC, Mac or console. Can even be a Google Chromecast or Roku box and it work with this monitor.

Edited By: Balefire on Dec 26, 2014 01:09
#23
Balefire
EagleUK
£149 without a stand on there site with none in stock???

Re-read the site - it's a U2414H WITH a stand and 3 year onsite warranty not a P2414H without a stand and 1 year RTB warranty. Although I give you they ain't open atm and stock is due to be dispatched >=7th


Re-read thread before commenting.

Was querying montblanc comments.

He noticed his mistake, then you come back with two needless comments :)
#24
kiish
GoatzRus
Why does a 1080p monitor have a display port?

For Mac users?


Royalty free connection, some graphics cards now come with 2 display ports and no HDMI.
#25
EagleUK
kiish
GoatzRus
Why does a 1080p monitor have a display port?

For Mac users?

Royalty free connection, some graphics cards now come with 2 display ports and no HDMI.
Some Dell laptops for example also only have DP as a digital output.
#26
It's not clear but I'm guessing these are refurbs or repacked returns since the warranty is with NRG IT rather than Dell, meaning their pixel guarantee is out the window. Tempting at £149 though.
#27
i just paid for a ssung 27 inch curved monitor for £350....If only I have found this earlier, would have bought this instead.
1 Like #28
JustLikeArkwright
It's not clear but I'm guessing these are refurbs or repacked returns since the warranty is with NRG IT rather than Dell, meaning their pixel guarantee is out the window. Tempting at £149 though.
True, but the Dell premium panel warranty only covers stuck or bright pixels, not dead ones. If it has 5 or fewer dead pixels, you are out of luck even with new ones from Dell. I almost fell for that as well. The one I got at £169 looked as new - no marks or anything. Worth the £40 I saved and wasn't worried about the one year warranty

Gonna be even happier as the next one comes with a 3 year warranty and is even cheaper!
1 Like #29
Balefire
JustLikeArkwright
It's not clear but I'm guessing these are refurbs or repacked returns since the warranty is with NRG IT rather than Dell, meaning their pixel guarantee is out the window. Tempting at £149 though.
True, but the Dell premium panel warranty only covers stuck or bright pixels, not dead ones. If it has 5 or fewer dead pixels, you are out of luck even with new ones from Dell. I almost fell for that as well. The one I got at £169 looked as new - no marks or anything. Worth the £40 I saved and wasn't worried about the one year warranty

Gonna be even happier as the next one comes with a 3 year warranty and is even cheaper!

Did it still come with its factory calibration info sheet?
#30
at this price, these are a great buy, i bought 2 of them about 6 months ago £189, each and they are an awesome monitor even at that price - Heat:)
#31
Crazygooner1
This looks great, is there a 27 inch model that isn't much more expensive? Using an AOC ATM. Heat given.

In the same range : U2715H for £215
http://www.nrgit.biz/product/dell-27-inch-flat-panel-tft-monitors/dell-uz2715h-ultrasharp-27-inch-ips-monitor-with-w.html?c=196&p=2596
#32
Gah, tempted to get 4 of them and daisychain them all together off one displayport connection... either that or stump up for a desktop and remove my silly connector-quantity-issues (laptop).
#33
If I remember right the warranty is only with seller and not with dell from their t&c I know this because bought 3 monitors its worth getting from dell I hope doesn't put people off but if you do a little research on the warranty you will see what I mean.
1 Like #34
JustLikeArkwright
Did it still come with its factory calibration info sheet?

Mine did but there was no mention of it before I bought it.Still no mention on the site about the ones at £149. Worth checking with them before you buy.
1 Like #35
0Nemesis
If I remember right the warranty is only with seller and not with dell from their t&c I know this because bought 3 monitors its worth getting from dell I hope doesn't put people off but if you do a little research on the warranty you will see what I mean.
True, if you were getting them with a 1 year RTB as I did. These U2414H's are coming with a 3 year onsite - same as Dells so no gain either way.

Just an FYI - Dell's business 24 hour swappit service will give you a refurb after 6 weeks. My boss wasn't happy when his 2 month old 27" went bang and was replaced with an obviously pre-used one.
#36
DafEO
Crazygooner1
This looks great, is there a 27 inch model that isn't much more expensive? Using an AOC ATM. Heat given.

In the same range : U2715H for £215
http://www.nrgit.biz/product/dell-27-inch-flat-panel-tft-monitors/dell-uz2715h-ultrasharp-27-inch-ips-monitor-with-w.html?c=196&p=2596
But only 1 year RTB warranty
#37
Are these refurbs?
#38
CampGareth
Gah, tempted to get 4 of them and daisychain them all together off one displayport connection... either that or stump up for a desktop and remove my silly connector-quantity-issues (laptop).
Make sure you check if your graphics adapter on your laptop supports daisychaining, especially with that many displays.
#39
I have x3 old Dell Ultrasharp 2407WFP's are they worth upgrading to these Monitors?
#40
Can I connect two monitors to a macbook via one display port and the other hd mi. will it extend screen

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