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Great text reproduction.
Viewing angle, and light grayscale performance.
Robust feature set.
Highly adjustable stand.
Huge selection of input and ports.
Tilt, swivel and height.
Easy onscreen controls.
Small amount of moire.
No portrait mode.
Dark grayscale performance could be better.
Plastic bezel and frame.
Limited adjustment range.
By HotHardware on May 09, 2012
IPS panels are beginning to come down in price and grow in popularity (the two are related), and even though Dell's U3011 is older than some, it's one of the best performing monitors we've played with to date. We did notice a slight amount...
By Maximum PC on January 10, 2012
Dell’s 30-inch U3011 features an anti-glare hard coat to reduce reflections, and the 2560x1600 display tilts, swivels, and is height adjustable, but it can’t pivot into portrait mode. The monitor is outfitted with two HDMI and two DVI ports,...
By X-bit Labs on May 30, 2011
The last monitor in this review is the 30-inch U3011 with a native resolution of 2560x1600 pixels (an aspect ratio of 16:10). Besides the large size, it features excellent functionality. A...
By eTech Reviews on April 02, 2011
Dell UltraSharp U3011 is a high end computer monitor and it is the best 30 inch panel I have seen to date. The performance is really great but the price tag of $1,349 might be too high for some people. The best part about the product is the OSD array...
By APC Magazine on April 01, 2011
Anyone who has used a massive computer screen knows it´s oh so hard to go back to something smaller. And that´s why we recommend you don´t test the 30in Dell U3011 unless you have $1,899 lying around. Trust us: that once huge 22in screen will...
By PC Mag on March 30, 2011
The Dell UltraSharp U3011 is a top shelf 30-inch monitor offering loads of neat features, very good overall performance, and a hefty price tag. Buy it...
By Electronista on February 27, 2011
The U3011 is initially a tough choice, but we're fairly convinced it's a good pick, if not the primary choice. For $500, users get three more inches of vertical viewing area, a larger resolution and lots more connectivity. It's simply...
By Kitguru.net on February 24, 2011
Another great screen from Dell which is sure to cement their status in the high end...
By AnandTech on January 13, 2011
If there's one thing I've learned doing display reviews, it's that the 30-inch segment represents (as it should) the best of the best. Entries here have the most input options, features, best panels, and the highest resolution you can get...
By PCWorld New Zealand on December 06, 2010
I’m pretty happy with my various computing devices, especially those of the desktop variety. I have ample processing power, storage and a collection of keyboards, mice and game controllers that would put many computer stores to shame. One thing...
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