Dell has officially announced a new 24-inch monitor that a lot of people have been waiting eagerly for. The monitor called U2410 features an IPS panel.
Dell has turned the cold shoulder to Samsung and S-PVA and incorporated a 24-inch IPS panel in their new U2410 monitor. Dell also has their 22-inch 2209WA with an IPS panel. We reviewed Dell 2209WA lately.
U2410 looks very interesting. Not only because of its IPS panel but also because it incorporates an internal 12-bit LUT (look-up table) with a palette of 1 billion colours. This means that the internal colour handling is very accurate forming the basis of good colour accuracy on the LCD panel.
Other technical features are: 100 % sRGB colour gamut (96 % of Adobe RGB), 80.000 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 static CR), 6 ms (g2g) response time, viewing angles of 178/178 and a peak brightness level of 400 cd/m2.
Dell U2410 has a resolution of 1920x1200; typical for 24-inch monitors. The screen also features digital DVI (with HDPC support), HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces, as well as analogue D-SUB (VGA), component and composite inputs. The screen also has a built-in 4-port USB hub.
U2410 will soon be available in Japan. The price is about 750$ USD. Dell has not made any official statement about a US or EU release yet. We are trying to get further details from Dell at the moment. We’ll update you soon and try to get a review sample as well.
Sources believe at new 27-inch from Dell to be on its way as well.