Tuesday, December 4th 2012

Dell U2713H 27-Inch WQHD Monitor Starts Selling

In addition to the U2413 mentioned earlier today, Dell China has made available another UltraSharp series widescreen monitor, the U2713H. Seen below, this 27-inch model makes use of an AH-IPS panel and offers 99% Adobe RGB coverage, a native resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a 6 ms GTG response time, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 350 cd/m2 brightness, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort inputs, and a four-port USB 3.0 hub.

The U2713H has a stand enabling height, tilt, swivel and rotate adjustments and costs 8,999 yuan (~ $1,445 / ~ 1,104).

Source: TFT Central
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16 Comments on Dell U2713H 27-Inch WQHD Monitor Starts Selling

#1
Jizzler
Nice. I'm asking Santa for one of these.
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#2
Delta6326
...This cost as much as the 30" 2560x1600... Dang I want 3 :)
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#3
radrok
Okay Dell, now that you have "refreshed" 24 and 27 models you can give us a 30inch 4k pweeeeeease :)
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#5
bmaverick
Got a pair of the 23-in versions of these; they are really nice. 27-in would be amazing although the price is a killer.
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#6
Maban
by: radrok
Okay Dell, now that you have "refreshed" 24 and 27 models you can give us a 30inch 4k pweeeeeease :)
U3013 is on its way. Still 2560x1600 though.
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radrok
by: Maban
U3013 is on its way. Still 2560x1600 though.
I haz a sad nao :( I'm probably not going to change my U3011 like I did with the 3008WFP
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#8
Jizzler
by: Maban
U3013 is on its way. Still 2560x1600 though.
Nice, not too far away:

by: TFTCentral
We have been given some advanced information by Dell about replacements for a couple of very popular models in their UltraSharp line-up. We don't have much information yet, no images or specs, but we do know that Dell will be replacing the 30" U3011 with a new U3013 model in March 2013.
I'm going to pass on asking Santa for this, and move on to someone with a better gift-granting record. Satan, what is thy bidding?
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#9
drdeathx
Personally, I buy Asus monitors. They send this club product to review and I am loyal to these companies plus I hate Dell. LOL
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#10
nickbaldwin86
This monitor....WAY OVERPRICED!!! and 2560x1440 is a standard for 27" IPS... so I don't see anything but a monitor refresh with a MUCH higher price tag.

I would by a HP 30" @ 2560x1600 for much less and have MUCH more. I had one but sold it great monitor I just got out of gaming and such so I didn't need a $1100 monitor to browse the interwebs
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#11
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
There's catleap monitors with similar performance for about 1/3 the cost. Have heard nothing but love for these korean screens.
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#13
Prima.Vera
by: radrok
Okay Dell, now that you have "refreshed" 24 and 27 models you can give us a 30inch 4k pweeeeeease :)
You're asking, like you are going to buy 10 of those...
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#14
n-ster
by: Binge
There's catleap monitors with similar performance for about 1/3 the cost. Have heard nothing but love for these korean screens.
at 300$ you're not going to are me complain about a bit of back light bleed on the top left of my screen or the electronic squeal. sadly after this kind of monitor, 1080p and TN panels look like poopoo :'(
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radrok
by: Prima.Vera
You're asking, like you are going to buy 10 of those...
Well 10 I have no use, but I sure could use a couple of em :toast:
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#16
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: n-ster
at 300$ you're not going to are me complain about a bit of back light bleed on the top left of my screen or the electronic squeal.
:confused::roll:
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