Dell Adds Ultra Wide Monitor to Refreshed UltraSharp Line

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Vausch

I love my ultrasharp u2410, but if these are what they claim to be I might be seeing an upgrade very soon. 27 to 30", you're mine~

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Number Six

The 29" Ultrawide is really a joy to use. I'll probably get a second for 5120x1080 multitasking madness. Just wish I didn't have to give up some vertical resolution to get the ultrawide horizontal.

-Six

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eastbayrae

What does Dell's financials have to do with this monitor?

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

Large monitor prices are just stupid.

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bpstone

Cheap TN monitors suck. Quality IPS monitors are going to cost you more than buying a piece of shit from Best Buy.

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flo21

god damnit and I just bought a U3011..

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steven4570

i feel your pain, bought mine last March.

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Rift2

PUt together by blind chinese workers no doubt....

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Baer

What the industry seems to be pushing on us is that TV without a Tuner looking 1080P and crappy glossy screens.
Give me 1920 X 1200 or a similar aspect ratio anytime.

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Neufeldt2002

Completely agree, not sure if you missed this or not:

"We were really impressed with Dell's 30-inch U3011, a Maximum PC "Best of the Best" pick, and the new U3014 is supposedly even better. Unfortunately, Dell didn't go into detail about specific differences between the two, saying only that the new model is suitable for the fine level of detail required for color critical work such as CAD/CAM, graphic design, desktop publishing, gaming, or media creation. Like the U3011, the new model sports a 2560x1600 (16:10) resolution."

It has the same aspect ratio as 1920x1200 only larger at 2560x1600.

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supakeepa

I love Dell UltraSharps, but I HATE ultra wide monitors! The extra vertical room is not worth the loss of horizontal space. Why is the industry pushing this on us?

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Tostee

go home. You're drunk. lol.

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Number Six

LOL!!!

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