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Dell Lists the UltraSharp U2413 24-Inch Monitor

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    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).

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    Source: TFT Central
     
  2. Dj-ElectriC

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    The price isn't justified, look at the U2412M
     
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    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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    Yeah, that's more likely. It will probably go for $600-$650 when it releases in the states.
     
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    I'd like One, they should also consider 2560 x 1440

    would look good on a 22inch/21.5
     
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    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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    Only if Windows could scale it properly for that size. :rolleyes:
     
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    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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    1920 x 1200? That was a bit of surprise.
     
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    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.
     
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    How can you use W-LED for such expensive monitors??
     
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    Who said it's expensive? :p
     
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    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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    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 says thanks.
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    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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    Very nice. I'll take 3, please. I'll also take the winning numbers for the lottery.
     
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    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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