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DELL U2718Q 27-Inch IPS Monitor - Black
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|Sold By||Moonday||Amazon.co.uk||Eric FORRESTER||Buyur||Amazon.co.uk||CCL Computers|
|Connectivity Technology||HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort||2x HDMI, DisplayPort; Headphone Out||Yes||HDMI||USB; Yes||DisplayPort, USB-C, HDMI 2.0 , USB 3.0 ports|
|Display Resolution Max||3840 x 2160||3840 x 2160||2560x1440||3840x2160||2560x1440||3840 x 2160|
|Display Size||27 cm||68.58 cm||27 inches||27 inches||27 inches||27 cm|
|Display Technology||LCD||IPS||LCD,LED,IPS,||LED; LCD||LCD||LED|
|Frequency||137 KHz||135 KHz||60 hertz||140 KHz||60 hertz||—|
|Horizontal Resolution||3,840 pixels||3,840 pixels||2,560 pixels||596.74 mm||2,560 pixels||596.7 mm|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9||16:9|
|Image Brightness||ANSI lumens||ANSI lumens||5||—||10||ANSI lumens|
|Image Contrast Ratio||1300:1||1000:1||2,000,000||20000:1||2,000,000||1300:1|
|Item Dimensions||20.03 x 61.13 x 41.02 cm||36.32 x 61.21 x 7.4 cm||61.26 x 20.5 x 54.89 cm||20 x 63 x 55 cm||61.27 x 4.64 x 52.5 cm||23 x 61.41 x 50.98 cm|
|Item Weight||6.23 kg||5.22 kg||4.54 kg||8 kg||4.9 kg||6.21 kg|
|Max Vertical Resolution||2,160 pixels||2,160 pixels||1,440 pixels||2,160 pixels||1,440 pixels||—|
|Native Resolution||3840 x 2160||3840 x 2160||1920 x 2100||3840 x 2160 Pixeles||2560x1440||3840 x 2160|
|Real Angle of View||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees|
|Resolution||—||4K UHD 2160p||2560x1440||4K UHD 2160p||QHD Wide 1440p||—|
|Response Time||5 milliseconds||5 milliseconds||8 milliseconds||6 milliseconds||8||8 milliseconds|
|Special Feature||Panel Type: In-Plane switching Technology Display Screen Coating: Antiglare with hard-coating 3H Backlight Technology: LED Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Maximum Preset Resolution 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz Viewing Angle : 178° vertical / 178° horizontal Pixel Pitch: 0.1554 mm x 0.1554 mm Pixel Per Inch (PPI): 163 Contrast Ratio : 1300 to 1 (typical) Brightness: 350 cd/m2 (typical) Response Time: 5ms (gray to gray); Color Support: Color Gamut (typical): 99.9% sRGB, 99.9% Rec 709, 80.7% DCI-P3 Color Depth: 1.07 Billion colors Color Calibration Accuracy: Delta E < 2(average); Connectivity 1 x DP (ver. 1.2) 1 x mDP (ver. 1.2) 1 x HDMI (ver. 2.0) 1 x USB 3.0 port - Upstream 4 x USB 3.0 ports , including 2 x USB3.0 BC1.2 charging capability at 2A (max) Audio Output: 1 x Audio line-ou; What's in the Box Monitor with stand 1 x Power cable 1 x mDP-DP cable 1 x USB 3.0 upstream cable Drivers and documentation media Quick setup guide Safety, Environmental, and Regulatory Information Factory Calibration Report Operating system supported Windows 10, 8.1. 7 Built-in Devices USB3.0 super-speed Hub (4 x USB3.0 downstream ports, including 2x USB 3.0 BC1.2 charging port at 2A max.) Security Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately) Anti-theft stand lock slot (to panel); 3 Year Advance Swap Out warranty Direct with Dell||—||—||Built In Speakers; Kensington lock; Plug and Play||—||—|
|Viewing Angle||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||178 degrees||—|
|Wattage||—||40 watts||—||90 watts||36 watts||70 watts|
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See the whole picture With your Ultra Sharp monitor you get more than a pretty picture its a gorgeous screen made for multitasking. Featuring a striking color depth of 1.07 billion colors, your work is presented in outstanding detail, even in dark or brightly lit areas. Lifelike visualsA captivating view: Dell HDRi combines greater depth of colors, remarkable clarity and a high contrast range of shades to create strikingly realistic images. Color consistency comes standard: Your Ultra Sharp monitor is factory calibrated at 99.9% sRGB coverage to an accuracy of Delta-E less than 2, for precise hues right out of the box. Each monitor features a factory calibration report that guarantees color correctness, so you can trust your projects reflect true color intensity. Uncompromised images: View your HDR10 content like it was meant to be seen. Even your HDR photos will boast a lifelike experience. Get it all done Staying on task doesn't mean sacrificing comfort. Discover the best of both worlds with this TUV-Certified monitor that's as efficient as it is effortless to use.
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But my concerns were unwarranted as the display is absolutely gorgeous. I'm no stranger to display technology and I consider myself quite picky when it comes to how I like my displays to look (colour temperature, contrast, brightness, viewing angles etc). And although this isn't a professional display with a wide colour gamut it is a true 8-bit IPS panel with 175 degree viewing angles.
Some other reviewers have commented about flickering when connected to certain computers. Initially I also experienced this issue but it turned out that the included Display Port to Mini-Display Port cable is not very well shielded and when draped across an AC power cord (like the one that powers the monitor) it would cause interference which manifested itself in the display and computer disconnecting from each other. Simply moving the cables apart fixed this issue and I have not once had it happen since I did that.
The picture quality is really nice, inside the box you get a piece of paper indicating the display has been calibrated by Dell from the factory. This is common with their displays going back many years. I would say that they did a great job, it was setup around 50% brightness, 50% sharpness and all the colours look great to me. I have some other monitors which have also been calibrated and its colours, temperature and contrast look about the same as those which is to say, very good.
The only thing I don't like about the display is when you disconnect it from a computer it doesn't go into standby straight away. Instead it brings up a timer counting down 4 minutes and then it enters standby. This doesn't occur if the computer is simply being shutdown while connected to the display which means this issue is really only confined to people using the display with a laptop. It's not a huge deal of course it's just a little quirk that I find annoying.
Apart from that the display is great, the super-slim bezels coupled with what I would consider an amazing IPS 4K panel make for a great display. If you don't need or want bezels this small (I measured them with a tape measure to be 4mm thick with no extra blank space between the bezel and the LCD pixels) then you will likely be able to find an alternative 4K monitor for around £400. This display as of this review was £600. For me the slim bezels were worth taking a chance.
One last thing to note, it does come with a 100x100 vesa mount and does include the four screws you would need to use that mount. The stand that comes with the monitor doesn't need any tools to fit, you just put it in place and it locks itself down. The stand is quite nice offering a wide freedom of motion and looks quite stylish, as does the entire monitor really.
Firstly, It was a hard choice for me to decide between getting this or the older Dell P2715Q which has a lot of really great reviews.
I am glad that I decided to take the risk and go with this monitor, even with the fairly mixed reviews it has received online so far. The screen is very crisp and the colours are punchy, and also the build quality is impressive with the stupidly thin bezels and incredibly versatile stand.
So far I’ve spent a couple of hours with it connected via a display port 1.2 cable to my MacBook Pro and it works perfectly. This is what I’m primeraly going to be using it for as I work I the audio industry (using software such as ProTools, Logic Pro X, Abelton mainly).
I have also tested it briefly with my Xbox One X just out of curiosity (playing Far Cry 5, Gears of War 4 and Fortnite) and it performed great, definitely making the most of the monitors HDR capabilities.
If you can’t tell, I’m very happy with my purchase and would highly recommend this monitor.
If you end up picking one up too, you definitely won’t be disappointed.
Rather than go for the 32" 4K DELL at about £1100, I choose to opt for a pair of 27 inch 4K display - giving me twice the resolution and much more screen for my money.
The 2 27 screens are now position one above the other using a pair of Ergotron stands - and look stunning - 4K video captured with my Sony RX100 VI looks stunning on one of them - and I can continue to work on the other...
On the downside, not great value for money, I would be happy to pay around £400 monitor, certainly not £700+.