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Is this sufficient? I could take an actual photograph of my monitor, but uploading it to my computer would take an additional step that I am far to lazy to actually do...
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Is this sufficient? I could take an actual photograph of my monitor, but uploading it to my computer would take an additional step that I am far to lazy to actually do...

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Here I am:


Congrats to both of you on your monitors. If you game - might want to make it over the the 1440p club smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1291882/official-1440p-and-above-gaming-club-1440p

Join up those DELL's over in the game club. thumb.gif
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Yeah. I was torn between either moving to either an IPS 27" or a 3D 120Hz 27", but even though I do own a 3D Vision 2 kit, I think the monitor panel quality is better than having to wear those dorky glasses, and winding up screwing my eyes over. So yeah, I agree... I think moving towards this Dell 27" Ultrasharp might wind up being the way to go.

Tough decision. I own both and each has their pros and cons. 2D gaming at 120 Hz on TN panel is pretty low input lag and a whole different feel / style.

Definitively can say the U2713HM is a great monitor. Current pricing makes it an easy choice compared to other monitors in it's caliber that offers less features that cost more.
     
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Here I am:
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Is this sufficient? I could take an actual photograph of my monitor, but uploading it to my computer would take an additional step that I am far to lazy to actually do...
Both added, welcome to the club biggrin.gif
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Hi everyone, firstly, thanks for providing loads of useful info in this thread. Nice one smile.gif
I'm going to upgrade my monitor, but I'm not sure what with and I'm hoping you guys may be able to advise please.
It'll be used for around 50pc office/data; 20pc streaming/pc dvd; 20pc games (Total War and fairly retro stuff like TOAW); and 10pc external blu ray player. We have a reference level bd and projector and want to output to a monitor whilst our toddler's awake, but don't expect reference output from this display, although it needs to be good.

So, is this monitor any good for an external blu-ray player, or would I be better off getting a different monitor or recent Panasonic TV or something please?
Thanks for your time smile.gif
Nick
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Hi everyone, firstly, thanks for providing loads of useful info in this thread. Nice one smile.gif
I'm going to upgrade my monitor, but I'm not sure what with and I'm hoping you guys may be able to advise please.
It'll be used for around 50pc office/data; 20pc streaming/pc dvd; 20pc games (Total War and fairly retro stuff like TOAW); and 10pc external blu ray player. We have a reference level bd and projector and want to output to a monitor whilst our toddler's awake, but don't expect reference output from this display, although it needs to be good.

So, is this monitor any good for an external blu-ray player, or would I be better off getting a different monitor or recent Panasonic TV or something please?
Thanks for your time smile.gif
Nick
It's probably one of the best monitors for watching films on, it has very deep blacks, great colours and great contrast ratio. It has all the inputs you need for an external Blu-Ray player but bear in mind that will only be at 1080p not 1440p, it will still look great though. The monitor will benefit you in all those areas you described, you get more work area for office/data stuff, greater details for gaming and the great quality panel will make films/videos look amazing even if they aren't 1440p.
Have a read through the Movies and Video section here:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2713hm.htm
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Hi everyone, firstly, thanks for providing loads of useful info in this thread. Nice one smile.gif
I'm going to upgrade my monitor, but I'm not sure what with and I'm hoping you guys may be able to advise please.
It'll be used for around 50pc office/data; 20pc streaming/pc dvd; 20pc games (Total War and fairly retro stuff like TOAW); and 10pc external blu ray player. We have a reference level bd and projector and want to output to a monitor whilst our toddler's awake, but don't expect reference output from this display, although it needs to be good.

So, is this monitor any good for an external blu-ray player, or would I be better off getting a different monitor or recent Panasonic TV or something please?
Thanks for your time smile.gif
Nick

One if the only monitors to support external blu-ray playback at native 24 Hz via HDMI from what I've read this is capable in the specs.
     
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Cheers!
I've read the Prad and TFT reviews thanks -- however i'm not about to pretend I understand all of them, lol smile.gif
Where have you read about the 24Hz Arizonian please?
Anyone out there with first hand experience with an external Blu ?
Think I may be requesting to join the club soon like, haha


Edit (doh!):

"The user can also play material back at a frame rate of 24 Hz and therefore, playing back 24p material (e.g. Bluray) is not a problem via HDMI."
Prad.de

Still, any first hand experience out there please? smile.gif
Edited by orchard - 4/15/13 at 5:09am
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Aaargh! I got another email from Dell saying my monitor is further delayed till May 1 and I have to consent to keep the order active by today. Anyone know if the recent sales resulted in this backlog or am I experiencing something unique?
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Aaargh! I got another email from Dell saying my monitor is further delayed till May 1 and I have to consent to keep the order active by today. Anyone know if the recent sales resulted in this backlog or am I experiencing something unique?
A few forums are reporting that orders from Dell direct are being stalled for a few weeks at the moment, speculating further, that a new revision's out soon mate.
Hope this helps smile.gif
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Do you have links to these forum threads by any chance? Thanks a lot!

I called up Dell support and I got the usual part shortage excuse.
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