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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.
So is there anything wrong with my claim? And I don't quiet get it when you said "not gaining anything out of the brightness"?, I said I couldn't stand the brightness at 50% so why should I even bother to crank it up even higher?
Depend on what kind of calibration you're talking about, if you want the most accurate color then the process is quiet complex and expensive so I don't see why it's a simple thing that anyone can do, that's misleading to certain extent.
For what reasons do you know and call them invalid? LOL The U2410 is a decent monitor and it's not just me but I'm sure it's being recommended a lot in the enthusiast community. I did own it so there's nothing wrong to recommend to others, not like I don't know anything about the monitor. You might disagree but you absolutely have no reason to say I shouldn't recommend it to anyone.
I don't wanna go off topic so let's just end it here and let the OP decides.
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So is there anything wrong with my claim? And I don't quiet get it when you said "not gaining anything out of the brightness"?, I said I couldn't stand the brightness at 50% so why should I even bother to crank it up even higher?
Depend on what kind of calibration you're talking about, if you want the most accurate color then the process is quiet complex and expensive so I don't see why it's a simple thing that anyone can do, that's misleading to certain extent.
For what reasons do you know and call them invalid? LOL The U2410 is a decent monitor and it's not just me but I'm sure it's being recommended a lot in the enthusiast community. I did own it so there's nothing wrong to recommend to others, not like I don't know anything about the monitor. You might disagree but you absolutely have no reason to say I shouldn't recommend it to anyone.
I don't wanna go off topic so let's just end it here and let the OP decides.
Caution: Wall of text!

Look, kid. I get that you like your monitor.

But there is nothing here that anyone should be interested in if 2407WFP-HCs are still being sold.

Thus, recommending it is misleading.
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