Monday, August 6th 2012

Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM Monitor Leaked

Ahead of its launch, details of the newest addition to Dell's Ultrasharp family of monitors, the 27-inch U2713HM were leaked to the web thanks to a mix-up by the company website's support and drivers section. The details reveal the U2713HM to be a 27-inch monitor with 2560 x 1440 pixels native resolution, based on an IPS LCD panel with LED-illumination and matte black screen surface, with DisplayPort, HDMI, and dual-link DVI for inputs. Most of its other features, including stand design, resemble those of the other launched Ultrasharp series, such as the U2212HM and U2412M.

Source: FlatpanelsHD
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26 Comments on Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM Monitor Leaked

#1
Jizzler
Nice. IPS, LED, no VGA. Bezel width looks to be tolerable and even all-around making it a decent for multi-monitor in landscape or portrait.
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#2
Completely Bonkers
Source says D-SUB = VGA

I was hoping that there would be a 2560x1440 in a smaller format in 2012. I do wish there was a greater choice of screen at 2560+
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#3
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
wow and I just got the U2412M! This monitor and a 2nd GTX680 would be my dream right now!
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#4
xytras
Finally. 120Hz would make this monitor AWESOME!!
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#5
NHKS
anybody want to bet on the price?.. I think this will compete with the ZR2740w(650-700$) but will be priced lower than it (similar to U2412M undercutting the ZR2440w)..

guessing(read 'hoping') around 550 for this one..
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#6
theeldest
by: NHKS
anybody want to bet on the price?.. I think this will compete with the ZR2740w(650-700$) but will be priced lower than it (similar to U2412M undercutting the ZR2440w)..

guessing(read 'hoping') around 550 for this one..
I think the "M" on the end is like the 2412M. eIPS vs standard IPS. So definitely priced competitively.

I think this could hit $499 or lower on a promotion.
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#7
NHKS
^ paritally right as it denotes aspect, besides the U2412M there is also U2312HM, 2212 etc, 'HM' is used for 16:9 aspect & 'M' for 16:10 aspect according to Dell naming.. but will HM branding result in competitive price, based on the trend, yes..

2560 x 1440 is 16:9, hence 2713HM..
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#8
hellrazor
About damn time, now what's it cost?
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#9
theeldest
by: NHKS
^ paritally right as it denotes aspect, besides the U2412M there is also U2312HM, 2212 etc, 'HM' is used for 16:9 aspect & 'M' for 16:10 aspect according to Dell naming.. but will HM branding result in competitive price, based on the trend, yes..

2560 x 1440 is 16:9, hence 2713HM..
Partially correct. The "M" has only been used on eIPS panels. You can compare this to standard IPS

U2410 vs U2412m - They're both available now, both 16:10, but the "m" is the eIPS.

I can almost guarantee the U2711 will still be available after the U2713hm comes out as it'll be IPS vs eIPS.
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#10
NHKS
e-IPS or not, we don't know yet in the case of 2713HM.. u might be right, lets see.. but i agree U2711 will stay for sometime like U2410
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#11
Completely Bonkers
Want a refresh of "true" IPS screens. The U2711 is long in the tooth...

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#12
radrok
Do want a 2880x1800 ultrasharp, please Dell refresh your lineup!
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#13
PopcornMachine
Been real close to getting a new monitor. Now I have to wait and see what the price is on this one.
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#14
LAN_deRf_HA
Hopefully they can match Samsung for the AG coating this time.
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#15
theonedub
habe fidem
If this is an eIPS screen, would a $500-$550 MSRP still be a pipe dream? :o
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#16
rainwilds
Nice, but I would love to see a revision of the p-ips U2711.
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#17
NHKS
UPDATE: the U2713HM has been listed in the Dell-Taiwan shopping site for 27810 NTD/TWD (taiwanese dollar) - see translated here

no surprises, its an LED IPS with 99% sRGB color gamut.. stand similar to U2412M.. features D-SUB, DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort, 4 USB 3.0 ports.

price of 27,810 NTD (929$) in the site indicates it might not be value oriented. its also more expensive than current price of U2711-25,999.. just to give a comparison the U2412M is 12,999NTD(434$).. so final price might hover around 850$ in the US..

so much for hoping..


source:vr-zone
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#18
theeldest
by: NHKS

no surprises, its an LED IPS with 99% sRGB color gamut.. stand similar to U2412M.. features
The 99% sRGB color gamut is the exact same as the U2412m. (82% of CIE1976). For reference, the U2410 is 110% and the U2711 is also 110% (also of CIE1976)

I still say that once everything launches we'll see the U2713HM as a 'less expensive version' of the U2711.

For reference:
U2410 = $549
U2412m = $369

U2711 = $999

If we assume a similar price ratio, the U2713 would be about $670.

My prediction: Launch price of $699 - $749.
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#19
Delta6326
Darn was hoping for $500 looks like Dell hasn't seen catleap threads :p
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#20
radrok
by: Delta6326
Darn was hoping for $500 looks like Dell hasn't seen catleap threads :p
They do not target the same market, also Dell has a premium because it offers you a stellar warranty backed with a zeropixel policy.
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#22
Completely Bonkers
Euro launch - EUR 599. That's the "first up" pin-board price. Once stock is in across multiple vendors the price will come down.
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#23
mechtech
If it is an 8-bit panel and does NOT have PWM flicker and has minimal back-light bleeding and uniform lighting and a good OSD menu and is less than $750, consider it sold.
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#24
Prima.Vera
IPS screens not so good for 3D shooters or movies....To much screen lag...
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#25
Fourstaff
by: Prima.Vera
IPS screens not so good for 3D shooters or movies....To much screen lag...
Then get one of the TN panels, which is fast :toast:
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