DELL ULTRASHARP U2410 MANUAL PDF

This is the first in the 24in range to consistently ditch PVA panels in favour of IPS, which is arguably a superior technology, especially for colour-critical work. Like its predecessors, this Dell is very simple to set up. It comes in two parts which easily yet securely click into each other and come apart again at the touch of a button, with no screws or other complications. The slim metal stand offers generous amounts of tilt, a 45 degree swivel to either side, smooth height adjustment and pivot — basically everything we could ask for. The only slight niggle is that since the screen only lifts There was also an issue which we assume is just a glitch with our specific sample where the screen in landscape mode was not level, but rather it was tilted by a degree or two.

Author:Tygohn Gasar
Country:Azerbaijan
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Life
Published (Last):18 February 2012
Pages:222
PDF File Size:18.29 Mb
ePub File Size:11.7 Mb
ISBN:520-2-11671-748-2
Downloads:63681
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Zulurg



This is the first in the 24in range to consistently ditch PVA panels in favour of IPS, which is arguably a superior technology, especially for colour-critical work. Like its predecessors, this Dell is very simple to set up. It comes in two parts which easily yet securely click into each other and come apart again at the touch of a button, with no screws or other complications.

The slim metal stand offers generous amounts of tilt, a 45 degree swivel to either side, smooth height adjustment and pivot — basically everything we could ask for. The only slight niggle is that since the screen only lifts There was also an issue which we assume is just a glitch with our specific sample where the screen in landscape mode was not level, but rather it was tilted by a degree or two.

Some users will be sorry to hear the S-Video present on older UtraSharps is on the casualty list. This brings us to the one area where we really wish Dell would up its game: though a 3. Perhaps the single biggest change in both looks and usability concerns the buttons — or rather lack thereof.

Every high-end Dell up to the recent WFP had a set of six buttons along the right bottom edge of the bezel, but like with the 27in WFP before it the U offers a set of touch-sensitive ones, removing the only visual blemish of previous designs. These are located just above the square, blue-backlit orange when in standby power button in the lower right corner. Once you press it, the other controls light up and can now be used in conjunction with the context-sensitive on-screen menus.

Our only real gripe with the new control system is that, where before you could press a shortcut button instantly, it now requires two presses: one to activate the button and another to actually use it. As one would hope, the new OSD is more practical than was previously the case. All the usual adjustments are present, and in some areas Dell goes well beyond the call of duty. Sharpness is still adjusted in 10 per cent increments and menu rotation is still manual where some high-end screens have a sensor that automatically adjusts this , but on the bright side DisplayPort has been added to the PIP Picture In Picture selection.

As with any monitor, the most important factor is of course image quality. Good news continued with our image quality tests, as the U happily chomped its way through greyscale and colour images, showing subtle distinctions and stark contrast differences with consummate ease — doubtlessly helped by its bit colour processing.

Though those on the admittedly far cheaper Samsung SyncMaster F using a cPVA panel were decent, the U is on a whole other level, with none of the contrast shift we noted there. As already mentioned, the UltraSharp U offers an impressive 96 per cent of the Adobe RGB colour space, where its bit processing combined with its exclusive PremierColor system should make for excellent colour range.

Indeed, the Adobe RGB preset turned out to be singularly impressive in real life, certainly adequate for professionals. So, is this the ideal out-of-the-box monitor for imaging professionals at its price point? Unfortunately, not quite; the Adobe RGB preset was marred by a very strange dithering pattern over mid-tone grey shades that we could not completely get rid of, no matter how many settings we altered.

Hopefully Dell will fix this in a future revision, as there is no good reason for a high-quality 8-bit panel with bit processing to suffer from dithering artifacts.

There was no sign of ghosting and the 1, 8, dynamic contrast ratio helps ensure plenty of visible dark detail. Aspect ratios comprise Fill, Aspect and , which offer an ideal option for every scenario. In use the U did get very warm along the top, but there was no audible operating noise.

Though the HP offers greater height adjustment, the U beats it hands down in every other way, offering smoother adjustments, superior build quality and far nicer looks. On the other hand the HP LPw appears to suffer from poor quality control on panels if the comments on our review are anything to go by, so the Dell is still likely to be the safer bet.

Addendum: A firmware update issued by Dell has fixed the dithering issue in the Adobe RGB preset mentioned above, and a Arevision monitor which we have re-tested with the new firmware performed flawlessly. Trusted Score.

ARENAS MOVEDIZAS OCTAVIO PAZ PDF

Dell UltraSharp U2410 LCD monitor

.

BAIXAR APOSTILA DE CONTRABAIXO EM PDF

Dell UltraSharp U2410 Setup Manual

.

HUANGDI NEIJING LINGSHU PDF

Dell UltraSharp U2410 Setup Manual

.

Related Articles