Dell Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

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  • With 99% sRGB color coverage, and a factory color calibration report to certify that each monitor arrives at a deltaE of <3, youcan be sure that colors are as accurate as they can be.
  • Maximize your viewing options by adjusting the monitor to your desired height, or easily tilt or swivel to your preferred angle.Pivot from landscape to portrait view to easily see full pages at a glance.
  • Customize your viewing experience with the height adjustable stand, or save valuable desktop space by detaching the stand forwall mounting with a VESA-compatible 100mm x 100mm wall mount kit (wall mounting equipment sold separately)

The new Dell 24″ Ultra HD 4K Monitor has incredible screen clarity, stunning color accuracy, adjusts to your viewing preferences, and flexible viewing options for every need.

$ 599.99

Dell Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

3 Responses to Dell Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

  1. Andrew Galli says:
    147 of 150 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best 4K Monitor in this Price Range — Plug and Play with 2015 Macbook Series Computers — Retina Quality Display, April 30, 2015
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    Andrew Galli (San Francisco, USA) –

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    This review is from: Dell Ultra HD 4K Monitor P2415Q 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor (Personal Computers)
    Image Quality: 10/10
    Ease of Set Up: 10/10
    Value for Money: 10/10

    I recently purchased a 2015 Macbook Pro 13 w/ Retina Display and was so overwhelmed by the color and text quality that I decided I needed to upgrade my desktop monitor as well. I wanted something that was plug-and-play using a display-port cable, and ultimately I chose this monitor for these reasons:

    1 – the 24″ has the highest pixel density for the resolution — if you go up to 27 or 28″ you will get excellent resolution but not as crisp text
    2 – the color testing by Dell provides 99% accuracy — my side by side photos enclosed show the color accuracy
    3 – I wanted expansion capabilities in the back of the monitor — the 4 x USB SuperSpeed (3.0) ports come in handy on my desktop
    4 – the base is extremely stable — no wobble
    5 – the monitor does not crash/fail to wake up when the laptop goes to sleep — *Note* — I find that if it is slow to wake up after being asleep for a long time simply pressing the menu button above the power button on the face of the display wakes up the monitor immediately
    6 – the colors are the SAME as my Macbook side by side, and the text is the same degree of sharpness side by side as well
    7 – I am able to use the Dell supplied display-port cable out of the box and plug it into my Thunderbolt port and it auto detects every time. *Note* — do not use a Thunderbolt cable to your Mac — it will not detect the monitor. Use the cable supplied by Dell.
    8 – The display-port cable provides audio output support, so you can plug your desktop speakers into the Dell Monitor rather than your Macbook and it works perfectly fine. *Note* — the display-port audio out port disables the audio control on your MAC so you need to use speakers with volume control built in or plug your audio system into your Mac to retain the volume control functionality.
    9 – Antiglare is easier on the eyes — this monitor does not come with the glossy image you see in the Macbook Retina Display which I thought would bother me, but side by side, it is actually EASIER to work in Photoshop without the glossy image than with it.

    I don’t know how else to describe it except to say once you buy this monitor you will throw your Apple Cinema Display in the garbage. Plug and play out of the box with my Macbook Pro 13, no support issues, no video card issues,

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  2. Jim says:
    75 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Monitor For a Photographer/Casual Gamer!, March 19, 2015
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    Jim

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    I am running this on my older i7-970/X58 platform computer with newer GTX 970 video card. I run this along side my ASUS PB278Q with NO issues. 60Hz was plug and play with no tinkering (Display port). No dead pixels, no back light bleeding or weird color shifts on the panel. I have also calibrated this with my Spyder 4 Elite. Both my ASUS PB278Q and new Dell P2715Q match PERFECTLY now :) Couldn’t be happier!

    About 2 years ago when I got my first 27 inch 1440p monitor, I went for the Dell U2713HM. I had to RMA THREE Dell U2713HM before going with the ASUS PB278Q. Happy with my ASUS PB278Q! I was a little scared about getting another Dell, but this P2715Q was a winner the first time around!

    I run both monitors at 125% text scaling on Windows 8.1.

    UPDATE: as of 6/24/15, I am still having a very good experience with this monitor!

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  3. George D. Isaac says:
    93 of 97 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This Is The Monitor That You’re Looking For, February 9, 2015
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    George D. Isaac (Chicago, IL USA) –
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    Pros: The monitor is beautiful. Simply put, this thing is 27″ of 4K happiness.

    First things first: I’ve owned a variety of monitors over the years. NEC, Dell, Samsung, LG, and so on. I’ve always been very hard on my monitors. They get use at least 8 hours a day and I’m particularly picky about color reproduction. In my experience, the Dell Ultrasharp monitors have always been very high quality. This will be my third, and I’m very glad it is.

    The basics: 27″, a bunch of input/output options, an adjustable stand, and a slab of viewable area.

    Design: The casing is black and silver and very understated, which I like. Dell has foregone the touch buttons on the face for physical buttons (which I wholeheartedly agree with). The buttons are typical monitor buttons, nothing special. The stand allows you to lift the monitor fairly high and rotate it fully without any interference. The stand is pretty fantastic, despite my thought when I first got it that it wouldn’t sufficiently hold the monitor. I can assure you, it does. The stand also has a cutout for wires to loop through and keep it nice and tidy.

    The peripheral stuff works really well. One USB in from the computer gives you 4 outputs. One is on the vertical back face of the monitor and the other three are tucked under the back of the monitor on a cutout. I got the sound bar that attaches to this computer (511) and I highly recommend it, so figure on that taking one of the slots from you. Transfer rate is good but not stellar, as is to be expected from any hub. It has a sound-out slot that works well, nothing special about it.

    Video connections: The important bit. Has a DisplayPort and HDMI in. When you’re trying to get full 4K at 60Hz, please use the DisplayPort. I toyed with this stuff for hours. It was frustrating. You will see this in the “Cons” section.

    The Panel itself: The panel is very, very nice. Color reproduction is good. The profile that it comes with from the factory was okay, but left some room to be desired. A little bit of time with an i1 made it much better, though it would barely be noticeable to the trained eye. The IPS panel is as perfect as you can expect. Even backlight, perfect viewing angles, and generally a very nice viewing experience.

    Price: Are you kidding me? 4K at this price with this much quality? I’m seriously considering purchasing a second one.

    Cons: The controls: You want 4K to display at 60Hz? Don’t listen to anything anyone tells you online. I was seriously hamstrung for hours trying to get this thing to display 4K off of my 2014 MBPr 15″. I tried every combination of connections, connected a Thunderbolt to each port, tried HDMI, everything. Turns out that the setting that controls the 4K through DisplayPort that the manual told me to turn on? Yeah that was wrong. As soon as I turned off MST, the whole thing worked perfectly. Otherwise, the menus are fairly easy to navigate. Everything is bright on the screen, so you will be able to see it. I have a minor gripe about the way the buttons function, but once you get the hang of it, it really isn’t a big deal at all.

    Customer Service: Dell customer service is …. less than desirable. I purchased this thing through their business division and that was ok. They wouldn’t let me apply discounts that I should have been able to, but compensated for it in other ways. However, once I ran into the whole 30Hz/60Hz snafoo, then I really started to hate Dell. The department I needed to talk to was closed on a Monday ALL DAY, and not a holiday either. Then when I did talk to someone the next day, it took a long wait and difficulty understanding the tech (VERY thick accent) before I stumbled over the answer and figured it out on my own.

    Other Thoughts: If you’re thinking about this monitor and you have the cash, stop looking at other ones. Buy this. You and your eyes will be incredibly happy that you do.

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