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You actually care for such features? The VGA or DVI-D to HDMI will work for consoles. A card reader? Don't you have one in your PC already?
Actually yes, and I have an HDTV next to me as well and I still find the multiple connectivity useful. VGA? Analog. DVI-D? 90% of users are using that for there monitor in addition to the lack of an audio channel. Card reader? Absolutely. Not only is it extremely convenient to not have to go over to my computer to change the cards, it also isn't a complete piece of crap like 90% of card readers I own, nor is it taking up space in my drive bay, nor is it taking up an internal USB header to power the card-reader and an assortment of non-powered USB ports. So YES the features are important. Keep in mind the price difference right now is a mere 80 dollars and my biggest point is that for a monitor that is touted as a successor, it is a step backward in almost every way. If it was a cheaper alternative, well that's one thing. But as a successor it is a downgrade.
    
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*ALL monitors are progressive, why put "1200p", etc.? There's no point other than marketing.
It has nothing to do with marketing. 1080p specifically means 1920x1080. x1080 isn't any shorter, and could just as well mean 2080x1080.

Using the P is simply a shorter way to write out a resolution.
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A 60hz monitor can max colour transition of 16.7ms. You won't benefit any more from a higher refresh. Typically, you notice less ghosting with a lower response time rate only due to some monitors being complete garbage shifting between the red, greens, and blues or the lack of uniform colour transition as manufacturers release "averages" for their response times.
You simply do not understand how response times work. :/
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Actually yes, and I have an HDTV next to me as well and I still find the multiple connectivity useful.
Is your HDTV the Dell IPS?

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VGA? Analog.
Unless you are dealing with a crappy convertor or working well over 50 feet, VGA isn't going to be a signficant issue to quality, if anything significant.

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DVI-D? 90% of users are using that for there monitor in addition to the lack of an audio channel.
True. There are many DVI-D to VGA convertors for your HD box if it doesn't have a VGA port to begin with.

The connections are limited, but you are not paying the price premium of what one would give.

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Card reader? Absolutely.
Fixed with the additional USB.

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nor is it taking up an internal USB header to power the card-reader and an assortment of non-powered USB ports.
Unless you have no room for 4 square inches of space on your desk...what is the issue?
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Is your HDTV the Dell IPS?



Unless you are dealing with a crappy convertor or working well over 50 feet, VGA isn't going to be a signficant issue to quality, if anything significant.



True. There are many DVI-D to VGA convertors for your HD box if it doesn't have a VGA port to begin with.

The connections are limited, but you are not paying the price premium for the quality.



Fixed with the additional USB.



Unless you have no room for 4 square inches of space on your desk...what is the issue?
This.
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Damn! I just bought my freakin U2410!
 
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Damn! I just bought my freakin U2410!
You are receiving a superior monitor, don't worry so much.
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Damn! I just bought my freakin U2410!
Haha, don't worry, still a good monitor.
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Let me say this, the artical is a fail, the REAL specs are on the Dell site, it IS 16:10 and IS 1920x1200 thank god. Think I will order one right now and let you all know how it is.

DISPLAY
Diagonal Viewable Size:
24" (60.96 cm) viewable area
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen (16:10)
Panel Type, Surface:
IPS (In-Plane Switching), anti glare with hard coat 3H
Optimal Resolution:
1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz
Contrast Ratio:
1000 : 1 (typical)
2,000,000:1 (dynamic)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:
2 million:1 (Max)
Brightness:
300 cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time:
8ms (gray to gray) Typical
Max Viewing Angle (vertical/horizontal)
178º / 178º
Color Support:
16.7 million colors
Color Gamut
82% (CIE 1976)
Pixel Pitch:
0.27 mm
Device Type
Widescreen Flat Panel Display CONNECTIVITY
1 Digital Visual Interface connectors (DVI-D) with HDCP
1 DisplayPort(DP)
1 Video Graphics Array (VGA)
1 USB 2.0 upstream port
4 USB 2.0 downstream ports
DC power connector for Dell Soundbar
Well we all know how accurate Engadget is.
    
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It has nothing to do with marketing. 1080p specifically means 1920x1080. x1080 isn't any shorter, and could just as well mean 2080x1080.

Using the P is simply a shorter way to write out a resolution.
1080p could also mean 2080x1080 or whatever, same as what I said; it's a carry-over from HDTV terminology indicating whether the advertised resolution was interlaced or progressive; it's still used with today's TVs, actually (1080i/1080p). Since NO PC monitors are interlaced, there's no point whatsoever in making this distinction, or at least there wouldn't be if it was only one set resolution for that latter number, and that goes back to what I said about it being advertising. One might ask, "Well what do you want them to use?" and I would answer, "Something newer that's more indicative of the resolution in both axes." because that's the sensible thing to do, yet they won't do it.
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