The Dell UltraSharp is a great performer
Cheap monitors are easy to find. Go to most computer hardware outlets and you'd see plenty of off-brand, "get the job done" monitors (and by "job", I mean delivering images to your optics) awaiting your dollar.
However, just because you're paying $150 or less for a monitor, doesn't mean you're necessarily getting a great deal. Paying $150 for a monitor with a paltry feature set, thoughtless design, or lackluster performance, could induce an annoying and probably unexpected sense of buyers' remorse.
4K is here to stay, what with a vast number of companies ramping up production on all types of different panels. Today, Dell is the latest one ready to join the frenzy in full force, announcing availability details for some new, sup... Read Post
The Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP: some see input lag, others see pretty pink flowers. Go figure.(Credit: Dell) I own a 24-inch Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP LCD computer monitor. Over the last year or so, I've yet to have a performance issue. ... Read Post