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from the way you explaining, most of the ppl saying 1080p giving higher picture quality and clarity....... 1920x1200 is far greater than that..... am i right ??
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from the way you explaining, most of the ppl saying 1080p giving higher picture quality and clarity....... 1920x1200 is far greater than that..... am i right ??
Resolution-wise it's not too huge a difference, but the panel in the U2410 compared to a lot of 1080p monitors (mostly TN, though a few e-IPS exist) is far superior.
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if this is for photography you should look no further...
this monitor once calibrated PROPERLY will yield VERY accurate colors

the extra space 16:10 provides is also a plus for photography editors!
yea that's why i love 2410 LOL just thinking to get a monitor perfect for multi purpose. finally learn something about that..zz

those monitor advertising is giving ppl mind like the way camera do ( more mega pixel camera is more better, zzz HELL NO!)

thnx chunky! i learn alot from it

By the way , chunky why your monitor is U2410 "F" ??
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Oh, that's what the manual labeled it; I can only assume they did that to differentiate it from the original revision, A00; newest firmware revision is A02, which all newer U2410s should have.
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if this is for photography you should look no further...
this monitor once calibrated PROPERLY will yield VERY accurate colors
This is an important point. If you're using it for photo editing, you'll want to invest in a good calibrator as well. Especially since the U2410's factory settings are kind of out there...







http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2410.htm
Edited by Booty Warrior - 3/13/11 at 3:05am
post #16 of 16
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heh i can share the calibrator with my friend, should be fine

but as i know we can switch between SRGB and AdobeRGB right, do we realli need the adobeRGB mode ? i don think game using it and most of the photo using SRGB too, and we should calibrate the monitor in SRGB mode right ?

and thnx every1 just bought it from dell and waiting for delivery
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