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FS: Dell 24" 2408WFP Monitor £300.00 Delivered HDMI/DVI(x2)/VGA/YPbPr/SVideo/DisplayPort/Composite/USB

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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:24 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Selling my Dell 2408WFP 24" Monitor

Is a superior S-PVA panel monitor for better colour reproduction (and not the cheaper TN found on most)
Highest resolution of 1920x1200 (but also can run 1080p and other standard modes too)

Comes with the following connections:
Audio Out

Also has USB ports on the left side as well as a memory card reader.

The monitor can be used in portrait or landscape mode and can be height adjusted.
Sent by courier, included in the final price.

Bank Transfer or Paypal Gift
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:24 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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Does this do 1:1 pixel mapping over HDMI ?. Or is it just 1080p.
Off topic mate, but where did you get background pic, or would oyu be willing to mail it on ? :-D

Just its VERY similar to a big 40" inch pciture i have in my house, so would quite like the jpeg.

Ideal mate, thanks! :thumbsup:

Rep will be left.


P.s. Good luck with the sale too. Got the 22" Dell 1080P a while back, else coulda been interested myself, lol!
Long shot take £200?
it's a really nice piece of kit, but it's hard to justify paying £300 for a 24" display when you can buy a 22" for about £120. also surely this is 16:10 aspect ratio so does the 1080p stretch or are their bars?
not interested but attempting to be of assistance:

have you tried any pixel flashing software to try and get rid of the stuck pixel?
or "Massaging" the area gently?
A 2408WFP retails at £495 from Dell and around £450 elsewhere if you can find it. It's a premium panel, and not the TN panel that cheaper monitors (24inchers included) but a S-PVA panel.

And yes it is 16:10 and no it doesn't stretch, unless you want it to (with fill mode). You choose the 1:1 pixel mapping option (which I always have on). When in 1080p there are bars to the top and bottom yes. But in Windows I run it at 1920x1200 like most people.

16:10 is the standard for widescreen monitors. 16:9 is the standard for widescreen televisions.

1:1 pixel mapping doesn't come as standard on all monitors.

Here's a review for the uninitiated http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors/dell-ultrasharp-2408wfp/4505-3174_7-32886455.html

no I understand that it is a much, much better panel than the cheap ones, but then for most uses personally I don't think the picture is better enough to justify the premium. if I worked with graphics or movie editing, or if I just had enough money to not care that my monitor was costing twice the price of my processor. but I mean honestly, I use my (at least 5 years old) laptop for 99% of stuff, and I'm happy with the display on that, which is practically stone age compared to modern panels, I mean we're probably talking about something like a 100:1 contrast ratio and it does me fine. But there is also the fact that even when you look at the good quality displays, the price jump from 22" to 24" is still staggering at the moment, (we've seen a couple of good 23" deals on here recently, so they may be starting to come down).

it is an incredible display tho, i would certainly buy it, if I could afford it, but i'd rather invest my money in a quad core.

you're offering a good deal tho, so hope someone is interested.
How long have you owned the monitor? was it purchased new?
Hi there, Is the monitor still for sale? I would be interested in this.
Please PM me if you are still looking to sell the monitor.

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