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I have to say, first up, the dell 2408WFP is around 2 or 3 years old now, with a couple Revisions done to it, they are currently at “Rev A02″ shipped. Rev 02 knocks out all the kinks in the older revisions, making the Dell 2408WFP a King of all 24” Monitors.

or is that been bumped now?

Dell has introduced its new model into the 24inch monitor range, and it’s a killer buy too. The new Dell U2410 monitor uses a H-IPS panel from LG. The 2408WFP only uses a Samsung PVA panel…

I recently had the 2408WFP, after trying to use it for 3 weeks, i’ve decided to return it to Dell, despite all the rave reviews about it. Yes i must say it’s truly a magnificent 24incher (2408wfp), but being a PVA panel, and having had moved up to this from an older Dell 2005WFP monitor (which, is an S-IPS panel), i could not get myself accustomed to the PVA technology.. the Viewing Angle felt dramtically smaller in comparison with even the old 20inch IPS panel monitor i had prior.

It resulted in intense Color Shifting for me, making it hard and very uncomfortable to read Email or Text documents (black font against a white/bright color background..high contrast documents). It caused eyestrain on me and headaches. Color Shifting is not the same as Viewing Angle, many might think it is but they are two different things.

If i was able to rid/calibrate that 2408wfp the right way, i’m sure it would have fixed the color shifting problem. However, i couldn’t and thus my inability to make it a keeper. Aside from color shifting troubles i had, put that aside, and wow, i must say 24inches of such wide-gamut colors is breathtaking. Movies and videos looked fine, and immersive because of the size of the screen itself.

I for one love high resolutions, and that 2408wfp gave me just that, a 1920×1200 resolution (16:10 aspect).

So comparing the 2408wfp to the new U2410, i’m pretty confident to say i would, if anything, take the U2410 over the 2408wfp any time. The U2410 seems much closer to my experience with the 2005wfp model, both of these having IPS panels. With the newer U2410, it not only increases my physical screen size, it also increases resolution estate from 1680×1050 to 1920×1200! Also, the U2410 sports an even wider gamut/range of color, so in theory, the U2410 will be our new King of 24inchers.

Things to note about the Dell U2410, is that there are complaints about it from the people that already own this. The biggest complaint being an annoying “graininess” visible across the screen, and “bad dithering issues while using the sRGB modes” of the screen. These complaints however, are followed up by the same persons saying “i dont see the problems anymore after more usage”.

Another common complaint going around now too, is that there are “stuck-pixels” on the U2410 that people recieve. The pixels are not dead, they work, they light up. They just dont change colors.

With all these problems and some other less common complaints though, Dell has willingly done all exchanges/refunds where requested for this monitor.

Prices between the U2410 and 2408wfp aren’t much different, but both are pricey. In an average shopper’s terms, you could easily buy 2 or 3 other 24inch monitors with the money you spend buying a single U2410/2408wfp.

But. For the price you willingly put down, every, single, buck, is totally worth the while. These 2 monitors have an entire range of input connections, unlike other standard consumer monitors (your 150buck 24inch monitors). With HDMI, 2 x DVI, VGA, Component, Composite, USB ports, Card Readers, and even HDMI Audio Output, your money spent here will cover your every need (PC, Mac, PS3, Xbox, Wii all-in-one).
On top of the full range of connections, you get a quality “pro-technology” panel, PVA with the 2408wfp, and H-IPS for the U2410. Both technologies far superior over TN panels (which is the mass monitor market).

All in all, from where i stand, i’d give the Dell U2410 the crown over the 2408wfp. :D

If you are ready to bite the bullet and get your hands on this beauty, wait for Dell discounts on the U2410. It will be very worth the wait ’cause their deals are killer.

Further Reading:
CNET.com Dell U2410 Review
CNET.com Dell 2408wfp Review
TFT Central
Learn more about the Panel Technology Types (TN vs PVA vs IPS)

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Dell’s finally released another IPS monitor, the new 24 inch U2410 monitor. Granted it only just launched in Japan & i believe UK now, the USA launch is still not here yet.

i’m a little disappointed this “new” monitor does not give us LED backlighting technology, but instead still continues with the CCFL backlight technology (well though Dell says it’s an enhanced-version of CCFL backlights..still not LED!)

There’s still no good in-depth analysis of this new Dell U2410 IPS-based monitor, but i do think it will become the next new champ of monitors at the price range (of around 600-750 bucks before tax, so i heard). Do take note, this is one of the very few, if not the only, 24inch IPS monitor to have a full range of inputs..including HDMI, Display Port, Component, Composite, not 1 but 2 x DVI ports, and VGA port, and also Card Reader and USB Ports. That means you can use this 700bucks monitor for not just your computer, but hook it up to a PS3 and/or Xbox and/or Wii, and DVR/Dvd player, and TV, all simultaneously. Saves you the money of buying a screen for each individual purpose!

And, naturally, with a newer (and im betting superior as well) high-end product out now, Dell currently has the other 24 inch king of monitors, the Dell 2408wfp, on sale! The price has been tagged all the way down to 395bucks before tax, and it has free shipping! This is the cheapest and best best deal anyon can ever get for such a beauty monitor as this one.The offer expires on the 20th of August 2009 i believe, which is less than 4 days remaining if you’ve got any interest at all.

However, the 2408 is PVA, while the 2410 is IPS…would you jump the gun to get this PVA unbeatable-price, or wait an extra 5-8 months with high chances that the superior IPS panel U2410 will also be tagged with discount coupons.. choices!

but at the end of the day, it’s up to your eyes, and wallet.

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