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Dell U2414H
Dell launches U2414H with "world's thinnest border"

25 Nov 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

We already knew a lot about the new Dell U2414H, but Dell has now officially launched the new 24-inch monitor. It comes with Full HD resolution, an IPS panel, and the “world’s thinnest border”.

Dell U2414H with world’s thinnest border

Dell U2414H is the latest addition in Dell’s popular UltraSharp line-up. The monitor uses an IPS panel with 1920x1080 pixels in the 16:9 aspect ratio.

Dell U2414H
Dell U2414H, according to leaked photos


Dell highlights the new design and says that U2414H has the world’s thinnest border that allows users to create multi-screen arrangements with almost no borders between the panels. The bezel is just 6.05 mm thick, which includes border and the inner screen bezel, according to Dell. The base lets you adjust height, swivel, tilt and pivot, and there is a cable-management system on the back. It can be wall-mounted, too.

Dell U2414H
Dell U2414H, according to leaked photos


U2414H can be connected to a PC or Mac with 2x HDMI (with MHL), 1 DisplayPort or 1 DisplayPort mini. There is no DVI or D-SUB (VGA) inputs, but U2414H has a DisplayPort out connection. It also features 4 USB 3.0 ports and audio line-out.

Other technical specs include 96% sRGB coverage, 8 ms response time, 178/178 degree viewing angles, and an edge LED backlight.

Dell U2414H is available from Dell.com now for $349.99 USD. Dell’s 4K UP3214Q is now also available on Dell.com for $3539.



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