Dell P2415q Monitor £298.80 + £11.94 del @ itcsales.co.uk
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Dell P2415q Monitor £298.80 + £11.94 del @ itcsales.co.uk

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Found 30th Jan 2016
Dell P2415Q 24" Ultra HD 4K WLED Monitor

Expect beautiful 4K clarity on a 60.47 cm (23.8") Ultra HD monitor with four times the resolution of Full HD, wide colour coverage and reliable performance.

Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution: Over 8 million pixels with four times the resolution of Full HD, plus wide colour coverage at 99% sRGB (deltaE <3).
Seamless connection to other peripherals: Connect to laptops, tablets and other devices without compromising on picture quality

The DellTM 24 Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q is 60.47 cm (23.8") of gorgeous 3840 x 2160 resolution. That’s over 8 million pixels with four times more detail than Full HD resolution. The high pixel density helps you see extremely fine details onscreen so you can view and edit higher resolution photos and more. Create your masterpiece with more clarity and colour enhancement all at a price you can afford.

You can count on natural and consistent colour across different mediums because each monitor is factory tuned at 99% sRGB with a colour calibration factory report certifying that each monitor has a deltaE < 3. That means you get precise colour coverage right out of the box at an amazing high-colour depth of 1.07 billion colours. Each hue remains consistent from virtually any viewpoint with an ultra-wide viewing angle at 178°/ 178°

Enjoy every detail the Dell 24 Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q provides in total comfort, thanks to full adjustability.

The included stand enables tilt (5° forward or 21° backward), pivot, swivel and even provides built-in cable-management.

Dell Part No. 210-ADZC

1 Year Return to Base Warranty

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It's £298 inc. VAT.
HEAT!

11 in stock, amazing screen ;-)

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http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/71ZJteOkscL._SL1213_.jpg

Brilliant [proper no fluff!] video review here:

youtube.com/wat…A1Q
Edited by: "008" 30th Jan 2016
008

HEAT!11 in stock, amazing screen ;-)Hi-Res [extracted]Brilliant [proper … HEAT!11 in stock, amazing screen ;-)Hi-Res [extracted]Brilliant [proper no fluff!] video review here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_csVhFSA1Q



​Ah yes, let's watch a 4K screen review on a 1080p screen
My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If I want (which I do) a 4K screen (i.e. 8MPix) I would want it to be 4 times the area - twice the height and width. I can't see the point in having a 8MPix screen that's only 24 inches across the diagonal. All you get is the same sized text, taking up more pixels and images that are a quarter the size.
pete_l

My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If … My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If I want (which I do) a 4K screen (i.e. 8MPix) I would want it to be 4 times the area - twice the height and width. I can't see the point in having a 8MPix screen that's only 24 inches across the diagonal. All you get is the same sized text, taking up more pixels and images that are a quarter the size.



Want my iPhone 3GS then?
This monitor is ahead of your usual 24" monitors if you want to do anything that involves image creation. The colour depth is far better than most, albeit not a professional grade that would cost at least double this.
If you take photography seriously, you could do worse buying this.
pete_l

My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If … My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If I want (which I do) a 4K screen (i.e. 8MPix) I would want it to be 4 times the area - twice the height and width. I can't see the point in having a 8MPix screen that's only 24 inches across the diagonal. All you get is the same sized text, taking up more pixels and images that are a quarter the size.


If bigger is always better. Why do so many people wet themselves when a 5" phone has a 1080p screen?
Also if your average DSLR is now 16MP plus, would people be happy seeing 1/8 or 1/2 of there image without resorting to zooming out and losing pixel detail?
pete_l

My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If … My 23 inch HD screen is 2 MPix. That resolution is as good as I need. If I want (which I do) a 4K screen (i.e. 8MPix) I would want it to be 4 times the area - twice the height and width. I can't see the point in having a 8MPix screen that's only 24 inches across the diagonal. All you get is the same sized text, taking up more pixels and images that are a quarter the size.



In windows the text will get smaller and smaller, as the resolution increases, unless you use scaling, so my 11.8" tablet on full HD is a little difficult to use, whereas the same resolution on my 15" is fine, so this 4K monitor would fall halfway between and I'd get to have more toolbars, wider windows and be able to see more in SQL, Visual Studio, Excel, but perhaps not Word, but it might need a small level of scaling. I would love to have the money to buy one of these, but my wife would notice.

mike
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