One of the most popular 24-inch monitors, Dell U2415H (Dell UltraSharp U2415H), has always lived up to people’s expectations. One can’t just judge this monitor by the size of its screen. More than any 24-inch monitors in the market today, Dell has always been at the top of the game. Many have been impressed by its all-around performance. From the design up to the display quality, Dell U2415H (Dell UltraSharp U2415H) can suit everyone’s needs. Because of its sleek look and sufficient size, you can use it in the office for making important documents and other office stuff. As for the hardcore gamers out there, they still enjoy this monitor if they are easily overwhelmed by larger monitors. They can also put up a set of three monitors to have a better viewing experience to their video games.
- 24 Inches Screen
- 1920×1200 Resolution
- IPS Panel
- 16:10 Aspect Ratio
- 6ms Response Time
- Ports: 2x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort (in and out + 1x MiniDisplayPort)
- Other Ports: 6x USB 3.0, Audio Line-Out
- Brightness: 300 cd/m2
- Dynamic Contrast: 2,000,000:1
- Pixel Pitch: 0.27mm
Performance & Features
Talking about all-around performance, the hardware also has something to offer. The monitor is built with an ergonomic design. It has adjustable features and strong materials. You can adjust the pivot, tilt, swivel, and height. It is also VESA mount compatible so you can put it on other surfaces other than your table. So now, without further ado, read this Dell U2415H (Dell UltraSharp U2415H) Review and take a closer look at this professional-looking monitor.
Although the resolution is not that advanced as compared with other expensive monitors, this one has some decent specs in its display quality. It has a 1920 x 1200p resolution and an IPS panel. This means that this monitor, although it looks professional, is still bespoke for gaming. But then, Dell offers a 16:10 vertical aspect ratio so it can perform office and general works. Although many panel manufacturers prefer a lower aspect ratio such as 16:9, having bigger aspect ratio like the one in this monitor is better to perform various general multimedia and other gaming purposes. As they say, the bigger, the better.
With Dell-approved test procedures, calibrations are done using the equipment at the factory production line. This provides a color and brightness factory calibration. It has five USB ports, one with battery charging capabilities. It also has a bigger (16:10) aspect ratio than other previous Dell monitors with only 16:09 aspect ratio. This will let you use it to general office work in addition to gaming purposes. The ergonomic design is also incredible. This monitor is one of the few that can be adjusted into portrait mode to suit some special multimedia purposes. You can also increase your viewing experience because it is VESA mount capable with 100 x 100mm space for the alternative mount.
A decent monitor like this deserves some respect despite its size compared with other monitors today. The sleek professional look gives it a touch of office/executive feel for the user. It has a black and silver design which is neat and shiny. The front sloping edge of the screen is a hard plastic which is matte black in color that makes a thin outer edge to the screen. Along the sides and top, the actual plastic measures only 1mm, and the bezel below is 15mm. There is a 5.9mm-wide inner bezel to the panel before the actual image starts. This should be great in multi-screen setups because it is wider than the previous Dell monitors considering that they have beefed up its graphics performance.
You will see the logo in the middle of the bottom bezel. There are four touch-sensitive OSD control buttons at the bottom right-hand corner and a power on/off button that is touch-sensitive. The small LED light below the power button that glows white during normal operation and simultaneous on/off white in standby mode can be somewhat annoying for some users. Other UltraSharp monitors don’t have this feature but no big deal about this. It still depends on the preference of the user.
If you are a fan of Dell, you can notice that the stand is different from the other models which are mostly black and come in an all-silver color. The stand and base are made of matte plastic which is sturdy enough to support the screen. The side of the screen provides a very thin profile because of the use of WLED backlighting.
The matte black plastic at the back of the screen makes it look smooth and sleek. There is a useful cable tidy hole in the back of the stand. The detachable black plastic section at the bottom is useful to hide the cabling connections. This is a very useful feature to avoid dust from accumulating to that section. You will also notice the single USB 3.0 port on the back which has charging capabilities.
The adjustable features are not that smooth, but this is to have stiffer joints so that the monitor doesn’t become wobbly. The swivel and tilt adjustments must be handled with two hands. You’ll have to hold the part that stays and then maneuver the other that you want to adjust; otherwise, the whole monitor will move. Then, there’s the portrait mode of this monitor which is one of its best features. You can rotate the screen so that it’s in portrait angle, but if you rotate the screen, it’s a little bit stiff. However, that is also the reason why the screen is stable even in that position.
The Dell U2415H (Dell UltraSharp U2415H) offers a lot of modern connectivity options. There are two HDMI (with MHL), one mini display port and one display port input interfaces for video connections. There is also a display port out connection for setting up several screens. There are also fiveUSB 3.0 hubs, one with battery charging capability. Then, of course, the audio ports are also available.
If you are looking for something cheap but still can compete with other monitors in the market today, this monitor is for you. After the Dell U2415H (Dell UltraSharp U2415H) review, without a doubt, it has versatile features that could be used for all-around purposes. The ergonomic design with a lot of adjustable features but still sturdy enough to avoid wobbling is very functional to adjust to the users’ viewing angle preference. The bigger aspect ratio and fair enough refresh rates provide a good graphic experience among gamers and office workers. Bottom line is that if you want to use a monitor in both aspects, gaming and office works, you should consider buying one of these.