Tuesday, December 4th 2012

Dell Lists the UltraSharp U2413 24-Inch Monitor

Courtesy of Dell's Chinese website we now have full, official details on the latest UltraSharp monitor on the block, the 24-inch U2413. This new model features an AH-IPS panel, LED backlighting, a native resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, a 6 ms (GTG) response time, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (2,000,000:1 DCR), DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort connectors, plus a built-in 4-port USB 3.0 hub.

The UltraSharp U2413 also has a stand allowing for height, tilt, swivel and rotate adjustment, and is backed by a three-year warranty. The listed price tag is 5,499 yuan (~ $883 / €675).

Source: TFT Central
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19 Comments on Dell Lists the UltraSharp U2413 24-Inch Monitor

#1
Dj-ElectriC
The price isn't justified, look at the U2412M
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Maban
by: Dj-ElectriC
The price isn't justified, look at the U2412M
This isn't comparable to the U2412M. This is set to replace the U2410. It's a 10-bit display. It's nice to see them continuing to make professional grade 16:10 monitors but they really should start making 2560x1600 standard for 24 inch.
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Protagonist
by: Maban
they really should start making 2560x1600 standard for 24 inch.
I'd like One, they should also consider 2560 x 1440

would look good on a 22inch/21.5
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#6
McSteel
So, these are supposed to be wide-gamut RGB-LED backlit screens? Sweet. If this is really the case, then the asking price is actually fair.
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General Lee
by: st.bone
I'd like One, they should also consider 2560 x 1440

would look good on a 22inch/21.5
Only if Windows could scale it properly for that size. :rolleyes:
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#8
mtosev
I really want this monitor to replace my current dell ultrasharp 16.10 monitor. hopping that the price will be around 500eur:D
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#9
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
1920 x 1200? That was a bit of surprise.
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repman244
by: Maban
This isn't comparable to the U2412M. This is set to replace the U2410. It's a 10-bit display. It's nice to see them continuing to make professional grade 16:10 monitors but they really should start making 2560x1600 standard for 24 inch.
I doubt it's a true 10-bit. It's probably 8-bit + FRC.

by: McSteel
So, these are supposed to be wide-gamut RGB-LED backlit screens? Sweet. If this is really the case, then the asking price is actually fair.
W-LED according to tftcentral:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_archive/27.htm




Also I doubt that the price will be $600, since the ZR2740w is priced at ~$680.
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#11
Prima.Vera
How can you use W-LED for such expensive monitors??
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repman244
by: Prima.Vera
How can you use W-LED for such expensive monitors??
Who said it's expensive? :p
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#13
Chaitanya
How they missed a SD card reader along with the USB 3.0 Hub. This should make a perfect monitor for photo editing.
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#14
McSteel
by: repman244
I doubt it's a true 10-bit. It's probably 8-bit + FRC.



W-LED according to tftcentral:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_archive/27.htm




Also I doubt that the price will be $600, since the ZR2740w is priced at ~$680.
Agreed, 8-bit + AFRC, but 14-bit LUT. I doubt it's W-LED, since W-LED is not a wide-gamut backlight. As you may or may not know, the color gamut prevalently depends on the backlight type, more specifically, the wavelengths it emits. RGB-LED would also explain the high price.
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repman244
by: Chaitanya
How they missed a SD card reader along with the USB 3.0 Hub. This should make a perfect monitor for photo editing.
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repman244
by: Chaitanya
I mean they forgot mention it in the article over at tftcentral, its clearly visible in picture. Also since it only has a USB 3.0 input the performance shall be decent.:rockout:
Oh, I misunderstood you then...sorry about that. Indeed it's good to finally see USB 3.0 hubs, it should of been a standard by now.
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#18
DoomDoomDoom
Very nice. I'll take 3, please. I'll also take the winning numbers for the lottery.
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Chaitanya
by: repman244
Oh, I misunderstood you then...sorry about that. Indeed it's good to finally see USB 3.0 hubs, it should of been a standard by now.
in general adoption rate of USB 3.0 has been slow. Although there are some great USB 3.0 accessories that have showed up in the market in last few months.
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