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DELL UltraSharp U2515H IPS QHD HDMI DisplayPort LED 25" £269.98 / £274.93 delivered @ Laptops Direct
DELL UltraSharp U2515H IPS QHD HDMI DisplayPort LED 25" £269.98 / £274.93 delivered @ Laptops Direct

DELL UltraSharp U2515H IPS QHD HDMI DisplayPort LED 25" £269.98 / £274.93 delivered @ Laptops Direct

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Been looking for a QHD monitor for some time and I was close to settling on the P2416D, Instead I punted for the U2515H.

Laptopsdirect are currently the cheapest price, and with the which offer (advertised on the page), it brings the price down £19 (When you minus the £1 sub).

Simply sign up to which pay the £1 (a voucher gets emailed to you immediately) and cancel the subscription.

2% Quidco to which just about negates the delivery charge.

All in with delivery £254.93

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "aaron1uk" 3rd Nov 2016

laptopsdirect.co.uk/del…asp

Screen size - 25 in Panel type - IPS Maximum Resolution - … Screen size - 25 in Panel type - IPS Maximum Resolution - 2560x1440 Ports - HDMI G-Sync - No Freesync - Yes Aspect Ratio - 16:9 Curved screen - No Response Time - 3D compatibility - No


Edited by: "fighting_stupidity" 3rd Nov 2016

Paid £259 for this back in February. Even now it is £274.95 on Amazon (2p more than this 'deal').

Undisclosed2

Paid £259 for this back in February. Even now it is £274.95 on Amazon ( … Paid £259 for this back in February. Even now it is £274.95 on Amazon (2p more than this 'deal').


I see you've noticed how much the £ tanking has had an effect on pricing! This is a decent deal considering the current pricing within the market (unless you have a time machine) although if you want a comparable monitor a bit cheaper go for the AOC laptopsdirect.co.uk/aoc…asp
Edited by: "JC2MULTIPLAYER000" 3rd Nov 2016

JC2MULTIPLAYER000

I see you've noticed how much the £ tanking has had an effect on pricing! … I see you've noticed how much the £ tanking has had an effect on pricing! This is a decent deal considering the current pricing within the market (unless you have a time machine) although if you want a comparable monitor a bit cheaper go for the AOC http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/aoc-q2778vqe-27-led-monitor-2560x1440-di-d-sub-dvi-hdmi-display-port-impor-q2778vqe/version.asp



It is literally 2p more expensive on Amazon, where Prime members can get it delivered tomorrow morning. It isn't.

*I will confess to not seeing the bit about the Which offer, though - although you could make a deal for every product on their website based on that :P

Also, the bezels on the monitor you linked... grim.
Edited by: "Undisclosed2" 3rd Nov 2016

Use one of these as my main monitor, it's great. Now if Dell could create a gaming version that would be great. (I know they Dell have Gsync monitors but they are TN panels)

Retro89

Use one of these as my main monitor, it's great. Now if Dell could create … Use one of these as my main monitor, it's great. Now if Dell could create a gaming version that would be great. (I know they Dell have Gsync monitors but they are TN panels)



Someone needs to step in and make a QHD Gsync IPS that isn't a £700 piece of garbage.

Not to bad, but I would go for the P2415Q for £299 with 3 year warranty as like the clarity of 4K. Always give NRG:IT a check before you buy Dell monitors, they can have some really nice deals in.

Regards
Flea

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Retro89

Use one of these as my main monitor, it's great. Now if Dell could create … Use one of these as my main monitor, it's great. Now if Dell could create a gaming version that would be great. (I know they Dell have Gsync monitors but they are TN panels)



I am buying this with some gaming in mind I've been trawling forums and most people are happy with it for games like BF4 etc, some who had gaming monitors with high refresh rates noted the differences but generally the comments I've read have been very positive. I don't think I am particularly sensitive to refresh rates so should be fine to me, will report back when it arrives.

Original Poster

Fleabum

Not to bad, but I would go for the P2415Q for £299 with 3 year warranty … Not to bad, but I would go for the P2415Q for £299 with 3 year warranty as like the clarity of 4K. Always give NRG:IT a check before you buy Dell monitors, they can have some really nice deals in.RegardsFlea



Was very tempted by this buy my initial budget was £220 and I'm unsure about having such a high res on a smaller screen.

A lovely monitor, but really annoying power and control/menu buttons, which are obviously designed not to intrude into its great looks, but are therefore all but invisible and non-tactile. I'm always searching for them when trying to switch the blooming thing on!

I don't have a time machine, but I did have a 20% off ebay code in March, so got this for £212 delivered

spaceinvader

Someone needs to step in and make a QHD Gsync IPS that isn't a £700 piece … Someone needs to step in and make a QHD Gsync IPS that isn't a £700 piece of garbage.



I want a QLED version that's £250, roll on 2025 you're taking your time.

Have three of these so can recommend. However would suggest keeping an eye on amazon warehouse deals for them. They tend to come up at around £250 there then amazon 20% student discount gets them down to about £200.

In fact there's one on there now.
amazon.co.uk/gp/…YO/
Edited by moderator: "Nov 04, 2016 12:33" 4th Nov 2016

I have this monitor at work and it is very good. I paid £257.10 from Scan in May 2016.

Original Poster

arckuk

A lovely monitor, but really annoying power and control/menu buttons, … A lovely monitor, but really annoying power and control/menu buttons, which are obviously designed not to intrude into its great looks, but are therefore all but invisible and non-tactile. I'm always searching for them when trying to switch the blooming thing on!I don't have a time machine, but I did have a 20% off ebay code in March, so got this for £212 delivered


Now that is a a deal. haven't had one those codes for sometime.

I've heard only good things about this monitor. Gamers should note that the lag is much higher on the 25inch model than the 24inch model. Google for more info.

neva2bizy

I've heard only good things about this monitor. Gamers should note that … I've heard only good things about this monitor. Gamers should note that the lag is much higher on the 25inch model than the 24inch model. Google for more info.



Still very low lag though:

tftcentral.co.uk/rev…htm

aanderton

Have three of these so can recommend. However would suggest keeping an … Have three of these so can recommend. However would suggest keeping an eye on amazon warehouse deals for them. They tend to come up at around £250 there then amazon 20% student discount gets them down to about £200.In fact there's one on there now.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00P6O3YYO/



​Not anymore Thanks

Fleabum

Not to bad, but I would go for the P2415Q for £299 with 3 year warranty … Not to bad, but I would go for the P2415Q for £299 with 3 year warranty as like the clarity of 4K



I'm not sure you need better than 1440p in a 24" monitor.

speculatrix

I'm not sure you need better than 1440p in a 24" monitor.



They said the same about 1080p, 720p, 480i, blah blah

Depends how good your eyes are I guess.

I would have 4k VR if availible.

Regards
Flea
Edited by: "Fleabum" 4th Nov 2016

Brought this for 240£ 4 months ago lol

will this run minecraft?
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