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is 2407WFP-HC even an IPS monitor?
S-PVA.

Personally, I prefer it.

Everyone is all IPS-crazy these days because of how awesome the 3007WFP-HC panel was.
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post #12 of 22
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Well what I use most is some gaming (so I was really doubting 120hz vs IPS), playing poker, photoshop/webdesign, watching movies, surfing.

Im still thinking what to buy, so far Dell U2410 seems like the best (I only want 24" screen).

If anyone else has recommendation of a good 24" screen with good quality and decent for gaming let me know, I also saw the Benq 24" led 120HZ screen but I don't think it will have such a good image quallity
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post #13 of 22
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Well what I use most is some gaming (so I was really doubting 120hz vs IPS), playing poker,photoshop/webdesign, watching movies, surfing.

Im still thinking what to buy, so far Dell U2410 seems like the best (I only want 24" screen).

If anyone else has recommendation of a good 24" screen with good quality and decent for gaming let me know, I also saw the Benq 24" led 120HZ screen but I don't think it will have such a good image quallity
This is where the U2410 IPS will give you huge eyecandy... way better than the 120hz
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post #14 of 22
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What exactly do you mean with AG coating?
Anti-glare coating. IPS panel is also known for having "sparkle" effect along with AG coating that might lead to eye strain. Some people get used to it but others just can't stand it. New Dell IPS panel models come with aggressive AG coating that make some users hesitate to buy. Once again it just depends on your eyesight, how you're gonna use it, etc...
And it seems like the U2410 is a good fit for your needs, you just gotto to see it yourself to make judgment. I used to have one myself and quiet happy with it so I still recommend it over other monitors.
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post #15 of 22
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Don't most "non glossy" screens have the AG coating? I have always used matte screens.
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how is the 2407WFP-HC compare to something like the p2411h? or the U2410?
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post #17 of 22
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Don't most "non glossy" screens have the AG coating? I have always used matte screens.
When you say non glossy I assume you mean matte? It all depends on the environment in which you use, matte screen handles glare better but some have such strong and aggressive coating that don't make it easy on the eyes to some people, in this case especially with the new model from Dell.
I find the older models have less AG coating but it's just my opinion. I sold the U2410 to get a 2nd 30" and I'm happy with it ever sine. Regardless the U2410 is still a very nice monitor and I believe it's worth the money.

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how is the 2407WFP-HC compare to something like the p2411h? or the U2410?
I used to have a 2407WFP, not the HC version and I can tell there's a difference when I upgraded to the U2410. The fact that it's already calibrated out of the box make it a standout from others, the sRGB mode is great and so are other modes. The biggest difference to me is a much higher contrast ratio/brightness as the U2410 is very bright, I couldn't stand it at 50% and gotto crank down to 35% for normal use.
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post #18 of 22
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I used to have a 2407WFP, not the HC version and I can tell there's a difference when I upgraded to the U2410. The fact that it's already calibrated out of the box make it a standout from others, the sRGB mode is great and so are other modes. The biggest difference to me is a much higher contrast ratio/brightness as the U2410 is very bright, I couldn't stand it at 50% and gotto crank down to 35% for normal use.
So, you're saying that the only difference is that the U2410 comes calibrated out of the box..

And yet you actually bought it instead of simply calibrating your 2407WFP.

That's really stupid.
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post #19 of 22
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So, you're saying that the only difference is that the U2410 comes calibrated out of the box..

And yet you actually bought it instead of simply calibrating your 2407WFP.

That's really stupid.
Read it more carefully next time, I didn't say that's the only difference between the 2 monitors and my reason to upgrade didn't have anything to do with the calibration. So pls stop being an ignorant and making judgment to others while you don't even have a clue.
Edited by iTravis - 2/25/11 at 5:41am
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post #20 of 22
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Read it more carefully next time, I didn't say that's the only difference between the 2 monitors and my reason to upgrade didn't have anything to do with the calibration. So pls stop being an ignorant and making judgment to others while you don't even have a clue.
No, I read it perfectly.

You claim that it's auto-calibrated and that it's brighter.

But if you think about it (try), you're not gaining anything out of the brightness because you're setting it to 35% anyway.

And the calibration is a simple thing that anyone can do.

I don't care about the reasons for which you decided to "upgrade" from a 2407WFP to a U2410, but they are invalid and you should not recommend them to anyone.
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