Dell UltraSharp UP2414Q Review

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Volleynova

When Dell grabs an Ultrasharp 4K (IPS) at 27" or 32" and over 120Hz I'm buying.

This u2711 shall suffice till then.

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nikkiroosel

What about Lenovo's ThinkVision Pro2840m? Any info on Lenovo's 4K monitor? Only $800! Is it too good to be true or what? Only one review on their site-- wonder what people are thinking about it. http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/itemdetails/60B4RAR6US/460/202AF4280F534EBA8E923DE37D954D31

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tetris42

Well it's a TN panel, so yeah, it would be cheaper.

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Rift2

There are so many problem with this monitor I would never pick one up the price is about 650.00 now this review is maybe 9 months old.

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tetris42

I did a quick check and it looks like this is a wide gamut monitor, meaning that unless you're working with specific color profiles for photoshop, this is going to make most images look oversaturated and not as they were originally intended. You could check this sort of thing yourself MPC, especially since you published an article in the magazine talking about it last year or so...

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LatiosXT

I'm pretty sure my TN panel makes things look oversaturated...

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whitneymr

TN panels are a pain. Some colors will correct OK then most of other colors will be so far out that it actually will change one color to another if your not paying attention, ie aqua becomes blue.

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Renegade Knight

$999 for the LG Electronics UM95 34UM95 which is a 34" Ultrawide with 1440 vertical resolution which works well for the height. Same height as a 27".

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bensen408

I've got the Dell P2414H and it's pretty sweet too at a fraction of the cost of a 4K screen.

Do I really need 4K? Only in my living room, baby. Only in my living room.

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John Pombrio

I wonder how many of my Steam games would turn to crap when trying to play them on a 4K monitor? HOMM3 is just passable at 2560x1400, at 4K who knows?

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Hey.That_Dude

We'll revisit this comment in a few years.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

Uh...it's not a few years from now, yet. Most of us are stuck living in the present day. It's kind of a thing.

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Hey.That_Dude

"Do I really need 4K? Only in my living room, baby. Only in my living room."

We'll revisit this comment in few years. It's like the 10MB hardrive you'd NEVER be able to fill or the 512KB of ram being MORE than enough for anyone.

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Innomasta

Did you guys notice much of an input lag on this display? Any at all? I bought an early 1440P display years ago and there was a noticeable input lag when gaming, even when just moving the mouse around on the desktop.

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LatiosXT

I have the U2713HM and while places have recorded an absolute input lag of about 30ms, I don't notice it. And just so you aren't going "wtf", even high-end TN panels have an absolute input lag of 7ms-10ms.