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Overall you can't really say one is better than the other, only more suitable for your needs.

The U2410 is H-IPS and has better color accuracy, though requires more calibration to get there; it also has more features and inputs but is more expensive.

The ZR24w is e-IPS and has lower input lag, fewer inputs, is less expensive, but only has a standard color gamut; HOWEVER it is better-calibrated out of the box than the U2410 and excels at the standard color gamut.
 

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Would depend on the purpose, and budget.

Gaming: You'd be better off getting the HP ZR24W.
Everyday use, movies etc: HP ZR24W
For Design: Dell U2410
For Photo/video editing: Dell U2410

If money is no object, U2410.
 

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Overall you can't really say one is better than the other, only more suitable for your needs.

The U2410 is H-IPS and has better color accuracy, though requires more calibration to get there; it also has more features and inputs but is more expensive.

The ZR24w is e-IPS and has lower input lag, fewer inputs, is less expensive, but only has a standard color gamut; HOWEVER it is better-calibrated out of the box than the U2410 and excels at the standard color gamut.

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Would depend on the purpose, and budget.

Gaming: You'd be better off getting the HP ZR24W.
Everyday use, movies etc: HP ZR24W
For Design: Dell U2410
For Photo/video editing: Dell U2410

If money is no object, U2410.

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And I'm not buying either ,you crazy?
I'm still pissed I didn't purchase the u23 when it was 250. Next time ITs that price I'm buying it , black Friday or not. >
 
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