I second that, why is it reported as $630 when its clearly been $480 on their website for some time now. For $80 more I'll get the real thing. At first I thought wow, if it offered all the same features, great, I'll buy this! But since its neutered, I think not. The TS article. was a bit slacking with the misinformation there, even if that is the MSRP, thats not what it costs.Morgawr said:
At least for me, the list price of the U2410 is $480... a far cry from the $630 reported. Other then the fact that it will likely last longer due to the LED backlight, I don't see why anyone would want one of these when the U2410 isn't that much more.
You're obviously not a professional photo editor which these monitors are meant for.captaincranky said:
Why don't you get back to us on this when you can actually see 1.07 billion colors.
And just by happenstance you are? Well, the Adobe RGB color space well exceeds the gamut available on any known printing paper. Furthermore, 96 % of the color space also exceeds paper gamut. Jpeg reduces it further, and you lose even more when you prep for the web.You're obviously not a professional photo editor which these monitors are meant for.
This HP is actually a better buy, (IMHO, than the U2412M): http://www.amazon.com/NEW-ZR24w-S-IPS-Monitor-Monitors/dp/B0047VUC2O/ref=sr_1_4?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1311789632&sr=1-4 I have my suspicions that it may be the same panel, but HP has chosen 400 nits brightness rather than drop it to 300!That's really a pretty good deal for a 24" IPS panel, I've got the Dell U2711 and really like it.
HDMI requires a license fee, hence manufacturers are choosing to provide display port, which does not! I'm linking this HDMI topc thread; https://www.techspot.com/vb/topic167633.html so you'll realize that this discussion might be considered, "deja vu all over again".
Well, the E2210 is a TN display. So, while you may be happy with it, it seems slightly out of context here. (?) Although, I suppose an endorsement of Dell's overall quality carries merit.Hurr, I just bought a Dell U2210H for $215 and love it; might get one of these in the future, thought maybe by then they'll have a fast responding IPS screen. =o
"Adobe RGB" (Adobe 1998)'s color space is much greater than standard RGB, which is what the web handles. In other words, you can transmit a color space greater the standard over the web, you just can't view it.