positives for BenQ or not? And is a good idea to pay $70 more for that? I will start to read the suggested thread. Thank for pointing me to that.The BenQ has a slightly more generous colour gamut (complete sRGB coverage), very slightly lighter matte screen surface and doesn't dim quite as far as the Dell.
and I hardly find any negative comments about it. Of course there are more people having the Dell's model and it is normal to have more negatives. Also people tend to post something when they aren't satisfied than when there are. On your site there are many positive feedback about P2414H.by NCX
The BenQ overshoots less (ghosting which appears in the form of colored or transparent halos/glow around moving objects) than the Dell P2414. The Dells seem to have more light bleeding issues. Use the thread search function, there are large threads dedicated to both the P & U 24" Dell monitors. All of these monitors use the same coating which is grainy compared to the semi-glossy coating the Eizo EV2336 uses.
That's quite correct about the P2414H, it's seen a surge of popularity and people are more likely to write to complain than give positive impressions. I actually said that the VS24AH generally has more backlight bleeding than the P2414H, which it does. The BL2411PT tends to have few if any issues with backlight bleed - much better than the ASUS in that regard and generally a bit better than the Dell too. Make sure you read the comparison between betwen the ASUS and the BenQ further down that thread.Originally Posted by jazzdle
I don't play games. I am reading the thread you suggested and I am surprise that you said that P2414H has less backlight bleeding. People having BL2411PT don't complain from bleeding:
and I hardly find any negative comments about it. Of course there are more people having the Dell's model and it is normal to have more negatives. Also people tend to post something when they aren't satisfied than when there are. On your site there are many positive feedback about P2414H.