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Review on Dell Computer Ultrasharp U2415 24 0 Inch 1920X1200P, 60Hz, Tilt Adjustment, Swivel Adjustment, Wall Mount, Flicker-Free, HDMI by Pantera Cleaning

Relatively good color rendering

This monitor does not come with an HDMI cable. It should be so. I like the display in general, but I immediately encountered two problems. The screen seems too bright. I lowered the brightness to 56, which is slightly better, but it still hurts the eyes, and of course whites don't look as white once you've passed a certain level. Another issue I immediately encountered was that in portrait mode, the kickstand mechanism was loose enough not to stay at 90 degrees. It drops below 90 degrees, which is noticeable and distracting. Is there a way to tweak the mechanism?* I just got the idea to rotate it 180 degrees the other way and flip the image in the settings. Strangely, I couldn't change the rotation settings in the Dell Display Manager. I had to use Windows native display settings. Funny. At least it holds now. I don't know why it isn't fixed otherwise but I really don't want to return it so as long as it holds up like this it's fine. If you are using an HDMI cable, you must set it to HDMI in the menu. . If you still see a blank screen, try turning your computer and monitor off and on again. If you still get a blank screen, turn both devices off and on again. worked for me I also updated the drivers. When I installed the display monitor software it said there was an update and I did. I didn't understand why it originally had a "Run as administrator" option that said it would disable autorun on startup. I have decided not to run as administrator. Maybe I don't know, but it's unclear. What exactly is the difference? Well, that's just a nitpick - the screen brightness issue persists. There are many things to like about this monitor right now, but eye-damaging brightness isn't one of them. I have to see if I can get used to it. If I can't I will update this review. UPDATE 10/25/18 All in all (especially the price and what you get for it) the dimming is acceptable. I was able to edit photos with fairly tight color tolerances and then test them on other screens. Is it suitable for professionals? I have no idea, but I doubt most professionals will rely on this monitor. The movies look pretty good too. The last thing I want to mention is that the ports are in the worst place. In almost all cases, getting to the ports will be inconvenient for you. This won't be a big deal for most people, but if for some reason you find yourself constantly plugging and unplugging cables, skip this monitor or buy an additional hub. I haven't compared the price since I bought it, but it still seems like a decent deal - if you can live with the negatives mentioned here and other reviews. I wish I had something better, but now that I have one, I might as well get another to match. If it drops below $200 and is still competitive, that would probably be enough for me to call it a bargain and pull the trigger, but it's already a lot cheaper than when you bought it. So if it's noticeably cheaper than what you're comparing it to, go for it. Hope that helps.

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