Dell 24 Inch PC Monitor SE2419Hx IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080) Monitor, Black
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It does, in fact, pivot to a vertical position.
A power cable and an HDMI cable would be included with this monitor. ^KRN
No, this isn't an all-inclusive package. This is simply a monitor that receives video output from a laptop or desktop computer and stores it on a hard drive.
Selected User Reviews For Dell 24 Inch PC Monitor SE2419Hx IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080) Monitor, Black
I'm not a gamer or a graphic designer, so I'm not going to get into the finer points of screen focus or graphics. I gave picture quality 4 stars only because I'm used to glass screens and haven't used this one for movies, etc. Can't say it's perfect, but then again, I'm used to a higher quality screen. The thin, streamlined style and size are very appealing to the eye. I can't comment on watching movies or gaming on it because it's only for paperwork, but I'm pleased with how it looks, feels, and functions so far. It's a good screen size for having a couple of document windows open at the same time. This was required for document work as a second screen. I'm not a big fan of computers, so I did a lot of research on other screens to make sure. So far, I've been very pleased. With the purchase of a Thunderbolt to HDMI cord, it connected to my Mac computer very easily; my Mac computer is about 5 years old, so I needed that adapter (Can buy for about $5). Starting at $5. My adapter cost me only $8). It depends on what you're going to connect this screen to and what you'll need it for. The main issue was that I couldn't afford to spend a lot of money, but I also didn't want an incredibly cheap product, so I stuck with Dell for the screen brand from the start. I'm aiming for a budget of less than $150. It's a good screen for the money, and the base is attractive and stable. This screen was only about $130, and it was well worth the money. Although there are cheaper screens available, spending an extra $20-$30 on a screen is a good investment. I almost spent $40 more on a different model before returning to this one, but I'm glad I didn't. In this price range and for what I need it for, it's a good screen. There were a lot of screens in the $100-$200 range. I'm glad I went with this one instead of one that was a little more expensive. In addition, this is a newer model than some others in the same price range. What a great screen!.
I've previously owned HP, Asus, and Samsung computer monitors, but this is my first Dell monitor. When compared to other brands, the picture quality of the Dell monitor is sharp and free of flaws; there is no lagging when watching videos, and the images run smoothly. On the Dell website, you can get software to provide on-demand services. Easy access to the monitor's various settings via the on-screen menu. Overall, for the price of $130, it's a good 24" monitor.
Dell monitors are used in every room of my house. They're vibrant, colorful, have deep blacks, and aren't smudged. Reflective screens work well and are dependable. Over the last two decades, I've probably owned 15 Dell monitors, and none of them have ever failed. I'm not a gamer, so my needs aren't the same as theirs.
Because my previous 20" widescreen was from 2012, I assumed the picture quality on this would be significantly better. it's not. It's in the same ballpark. This is a monitor that is clearly intended for "everyday use. " I concur with one of the other reviewers. The picture isn't very clear. However, I believe the monitor is adequate for daily use at this price point. This monitor does away with the old video cable in favor of HDMI. There is an HDMI cable included with it. One minor detail irritates me. When I first put the monitor on the stand, I noticed that it was slightly off balance. Clearly, there is a problem with quality control. Ugh. There's nothing I can do about the screen tilting slightly. The plastic stand arm will most likely break if I try to "bend" the base. It's probably not worth returning, but it's an indication that Dell's quality control has deteriorated.
In the end, it's just a piece of glass. I connected it via HDMI and was able to see a much larger image than I could on my smaller laptop. br>br>My problem is this: br>I'm not sure how to put it, but based on reviews, you'd think that some screens would have better picture quality than others. Finally, this screen looks a lot like a much less expensive HP screen I have at work. The software, not the hardware, is responsible for the resolution. I would have ordered a less expensive one if I had known beforehand. br>br>However, it is attractive, and the bevel is narrow, as promised.
In September of 2020, I purchased this monitor. It's been connected to the same computer and sat on the same desk in a clean, dry environment since then. It passed away last week. A small window titled "No HDMI signal from your device" appeared on the screen and refused to go away, even after I swapped out known-good devices. I used high-quality HDMI cables and tested it on various computers. I contacted Dell's tech support, who were initially pleasant and helpful, but eventually refused to replace it because the registered owner information didn't match mine (despite the fact that I purchased it brand new from Amazon and the serial number sticker stated that it was manufactured in June 2020, indicating that it couldn't have passed through many hands before it arrived at us). br>br>Amazon went above and beyond for me: Because Dell was so bad, Amazon offered to refund the purchase so I could replace it even though it had passed the 30-day return window. I'm not going to buy another Dell monitor because the brand is no longer relevant to me.
If only it was a little more incisive. It looks funny when you add sharpness to the screen. So it's fine if I only edit in the timeline section of Final Cut. However, after I calibrated it, it came very close to matching the colors on my MacBook Pro. However, the image is hazy.
This is an excellent monitor. I don't use it for gaming or watching movies; it's just a backup monitor for my MacBook Pro. I gave it four stars because there was some lag when I tried to play a movie from an iMovie project, but otherwise the refresh rate is excellent and it works seamlessly with my MacBook Pro. When watching a YouTube video, it's almost perfect! It is extremely good value for money and comes highly recommended.