Dell P2416D 24" QHD WLED Monitor 1440p £166.80 @ itcsales.co.uk
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Dell P2416D 24" QHD WLED Monitor 1440p £166.80 @ itcsales.co.uk

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Found 19th Jul 2016
Decent price on these 1440p monitors

Mostly 190 + at other places
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excellent monitor. I'm using one for photo editing. very well balanced colours.
Do you need displayport cable to get the full res?
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crumpetman

Do you need displayport cable to get the full res?


No, dual link DVI is enough for 60HZ
I feel even QHD at 24inches is a little small, but still pritty good...

It's a good deal for those who are far sighted
Just started buying these as the standard monitors at work. Very nice, well worth the price.
tahir_owen

I feel even QHD at 24inches is a little small, but still pritty … I feel even QHD at 24inches is a little small, but still pritty good...It's a good deal for those who are far sighted


I think it's fine. We have QHD phones standard these days (fair enough it is hard to make out from FHD phones) but at 24 inches and close up to the monitor this should be a fine improvement over 1080p
Are they coming factory calibrated and proper for photo editing?
Bought two of these back in December via Flubit for ~£169 each. Absolutely fantastic screen for the money in every respect, even more so now at this price. Heated.
tahir_owen

I feel even QHD at 24inches is a little small, but still pritty … I feel even QHD at 24inches is a little small, but still pritty good...It's a good deal for those who are far sighted




2560x1440 at 24 inches is 122.38 PPI which is actually a pretty good sweet spot for operating systems like Windows that have terrible display scaling support.
ollie87

2560x1440 at 24 inches is 122.38 PPI which is actually a pretty good … 2560x1440 at 24 inches is 122.38 PPI which is actually a pretty good sweet spot for operating systems like Windows that have terrible display scaling support.



Scaling on Windows isn't that bad anymore.
K1LLER HORNET

Scaling on Windows isn't that bad anymore.



Still not brilliant.
tadzyla

Are they coming factory calibrated and proper for photo editing?



99% sRGB , so Yes
3440x1440 is the 'new' standard size, way to small now.
snappyfish

3440x1440 is the 'new' standard size, way to small now.


how is a relatively obscure "Ultrawide" the new standard? I know no-one who has that size of monitor.

1080p is the current standard. 1440p and 4k are the more common alternatives.
snappyfish

3440x1440 is the 'new' standard size, way to small now.


Lol, no.
daze24

how is a relatively obscure "Ultrawide" the new standard? I know no-one … how is a relatively obscure "Ultrawide" the new standard? I know no-one who has that size of monitor.1080p is the current standard. 1440p and 4k are the more common alternatives.



Your missing out with your small screen.
adam0812

Lol, no.



If you are editing photo's why on earth buy a 24" monitor, ridiculous.
snappyfish

If you are editing photo's why on earth buy a 24" monitor, ridiculous.


Which is what % of people? I have a pg348q so I know 3440x1440 is far from standard.

2560x1440 at 24 inches is 122.38 PPI which is actually a pretty good … 2560x1440 at 24 inches is 122.38 PPI which is actually a pretty good sweet spot for operating systems like Windows that have terrible display scaling support.


Agree. My desktop is a 39" 2160p screen which has similar PPI and Windows is fine with no scaling.
snappyfish

Your missing out with your small screen.




I have 2 27" 1440p monitors, one at 144hz i'm pretty happy with the setup currently.
daze24

I have 2 27" 1440p monitors, one at 144hz i'm pretty happy with the setup … I have 2 27" 1440p monitors, one at 144hz i'm pretty happy with the setup currently.



I'm pleased for you, but your still missing out.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 22nd Jul 2016
snappyfish

I'm pleased for you, but your still missing out.



​What would you suggest snappyfish?
Teivel

​What would you suggest snappyfish?


He suggests a 500 ultrawide it's all situational I don't play fps or car games so don't feel ultrawide is the one for me
daze24

He suggests a 500 ultrawide it's all situational I don't play fps or car … He suggests a 500 ultrawide it's all situational I don't play fps or car games so don't feel ultrawide is the one for me



​Thanks,
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