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UltraSharp UP2414Q 24" 4K Widescreen LED Monitor - Midnight Grey

  • 3840x2160 Resolution
  • 2000000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 350cd/m² Brightness
  • 8ms Response Time
  • 1x DisplayPort Input
  • 1x DVI-D Input
  • 1x HDMI Input
  • 1x Mini DisplayPort
  • 1x DisplayPort
  • USB 3.0 Hub.
 
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Stock Code: MO-075-DE

EAN: 5397063348077

MPN: 860-BBDT

Manufacturer: DELL

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UltraSharp UP2414Q 24" 4K Widescreen LED Monitor - Midnight Grey

See a new level of clarity in your creations with a 24" monitor featuring Ultra HD resolution and our highest pixel density yet. Whether it’s video editing, CGI animation or application and game development, the DellTM UltraSharp 24 Monitor – UP2414Q gives you an up-close-and-personal view. PremierColor technology delivers vivid, true-to-life color and professional tools for detailed projects.

Features:-
- Get four times the resolution of Full HD and see the finest details with ultra-high pixel density.
- PremierColor provides true color accuracy as well as 99% Adobe RGB and 100% sRGB coverage.
- Ultrawide viewing angles, plus tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustment features enable an uninhibited view.

Specification:-
- Diagonally Viewable Size: 60.47 cm
- 23.8" (23.8-inch wide viewable image size)
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen (16:9)
- Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H
- Optimal resolution: 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz (DP1.2) / 3840 x 2160 at 30 Hz HDMI
- Contrast Ratio: 1000: 1 (typical) 2 Million:1 (Max) (Dynamic Contrast Ratio)
- Brightness: 350 cd/m2 (typical)
- Response Time: 8 ms (gray to gray)
- Viewing Angle: (178° vertical / 178° horizontal)
- Color Support: Color Gamut (typical): Adobe RGB 99%, sRGB 100%
- 1.07 Billion colors (8 Bits +AFRC)
- Pixel Pitch: 0.137 mm
- Pixel Per Inch (PPI): 185
- Backlight Technology: LED
- Display Type: Widescreen Flat Panel Display
- Display Screen Coating: Antiglare with hard-coating 3H
- Connectivity: 1x HDMI connector, 1x Mini DisplayPort, 1x DisplayPort (version 1.2a), 4x USB 3.0 ports - Downstream (4 at the back, 1 with battery charging), 1 USB 3.0 port - Upstream, 1 Media Card Reader
- Size and Weight: Dimensions with stand (H x W x D): 14.61" ~ 19.75" (371.1 mm ~ 501.7 mm) x 22.40" (569.0 mm) x 7.56" (192.0 mm)
- Dimensions without stand (H x W x D): 13.33" (338.5 mm) x 22.40" (569.0 mm) x 2.22" (56.3 mm)
- Weight (panel only - for VESA mount): 4.8 kg (10.58 lbs)
- Weight (with packaging): 10.0 kg (22.05 lbs)
- Warranty: 3yr (On-Site with Dell - 0844 444 4699)
 

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Great image quality, but problematic tec

If you are looking for 4K, this monitor is from an old time, when technology was not ready.

Pros:
Great image quality.
Solid build.

Cons:
MST will always give you headache. No scaling for DisplayPort 1.2.
Multi-tile panel is another pain. You will suffer from split, 1/2 and black screen issues.
High latency. No big deal if you are not a gamer.
USB HUB wakes MAC. I'm using a hackingtoshi, and I found the USB HUB is the cause.

In all:
Run it at 30Hz if you are using hackintosh.
Suffer split screen if you are using Windows.
Experience no signal if you got a A00 version.

I'm still keeping it because there is no cheaper alternative provides better image quality.

2015-05-07

Stunning picture. Good features

The picture quality on this monitor is just stunning! The impact on my favourite games in 4k is amazing. Even in lower resolutions it's still brilliant. The USB hub is also handy. A little expensive, but you really get what you pay for.

2015-03-09

Using Lenovo X220/Kubuntu

The Lenovo x220 i5 I have can only drive the monitor at 30 Hz. I primarily only use the web, system administration, email, programming. I don't really watch videos except standard resolution youtube, tutorials etc.

The display is plugged into a DisplayPort on the X220. This is an old-style pre 1.2 display port so can't do 60Hz. I have to say that I haven't experienced any negative effects from the panel with regard to eye strain, except that it is so damn pin sharp. PDF viewing is easy for technical manuals, 2-up, with an index. The crispness is quite unbelievable. Some of the 4k wallpaper images I've downloaded have been stunning. UltraHD aware applications such as web-browsers can display fantastic quality images in place of scaled images.

I run Chrome at 150% and have tweaked the KDE quite extensively. Java/Swing applications are a non-starter - they don't honour the DPI setting in the OS. Ecplise is OK as it does (it uses the SWT toolkit) but I've had to patch the application to scale the icons. You're going to get this kind of issue at the moment until all the software catches up.

I bought the display primarily because of the improved readability of technical manuals. It excels at this. I think at 32" a 4K display may be usable without scaling. Maybe.

It's only a matter of time before I get a laptop/PC with a graphics card to drive the display at 60Hz. Full-screen video will then be a possibility.

2014-10-04

Gorgeous picture, let down by a few flaw

A bit disapointed. First, good things:

The quality on this screen is gorgeous! Even from 50cm away, you can't see pixels. The fact that it's an IPS display is also great, with nice consistent colour and great viewing angles. The colour doesn't change if you have it in portrait...this is one of the big flaws of non-IPS displays, as the colour changes drastically if you pan in the vertical direction.

It's also got a great dynamic range of brightness: the brightest setting is perfectly good in direct sunlight, and the darkest setting is good for a dark room. The range of presets for different tasks (text,video,...) is also good. OSD is responsive and rotates with the display automatically.

Now, bad things:
It whines. Not on the default setting, but if you change the colour profile or certain other settings, the whine becomes unbearable. You can mitigate this to some extent with the `uniformity compensation' setting sometimes, but that feature isn't available with all profiles. In summary, it's quite hit-and-miss, trying to find a setting that works for you and also doesn't trigger the humming.

The monitor gets quite hot very quickly. Surprised about this, because in my experience LED monitors run cooler than cathode ones.

Also, it doesn't seem to report its resolution properly, at least not on Linux with the free radeon driver. (Maybe Windows users will have more luck; certainly online reviewers using MS Windows have got it to work). I'm still investigating this, but even with a DisplayPort 1.2 card and cable, and running the monitor on DP 1.2 mode, I can't set the resolution properly or make it rotate to portrait. With the monitor in DP 1.1 mode, I can run it at full resolution, but at only 30Hz.

Thus, my final bad point is---if you don't have a DP 1.2 capable graphics board, don't bother buying this monitor, because you'll only be able to run it at 30Hz. This is a nightmare of eyestrain. Folks with newer graphics boards shouldn't have a problem.

All in all, I'm not going to be using this monitor. I do suppose that other folks will have a better experience with it though; if you can get it to work for you, then the 4k screen will make you _really_ happy.

2014-05-20
 

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