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Dell U2417H Ultra Sharp 24-Inch Infinity Edge LED Monitor - Black (Renewed)

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Information about the minimum amount of time, in which the pixels change from one color to another. Very often the manufacturer provides the response time for transition from grey-to-grey (G2G). Information about whether there is a possibility for wall mounting according to the VESA Mounting Interface Standard (MIS). Information about the maximum horizontal viewing angle, within which the image on the screen is of acceptable quality.

Connectivity is also plentiful. You get a DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort and HDMI for video inputs, as well as a second full-size DisplayPort that’s an output for daisy-chaining a second monitor. There’s also an audio output so you can plug in speakers or headphones to listen to the audio being piped over the digital display connections – there are no built-in speakers. The full factory calibration is used here. The difference between this and ‘Standard’ is not profound. The gamma handling is slightly different, although only marginally so (both 2.2 on average) and overall colour balance similar. The colour gamut is also adjusted slightly as explored later, restricting the vibrancy slightly. Overall a very good balance to the image with this setting and certainly a pleasing factory calibration.across grey to grey changes. On this H model (but not the HJ) there is an additional 'response time' setting

The bottom line; a screen with excellent colour performance straight from the box and attractive aesthetics, combined with good ergonomic flexibility. The pixel pitch shows the distance from the centers of two neighboring pixels. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen.The Lagom text appeared a blended grey throughout without obvious green or red tints and certainly no transition between the two. This indicates a low viewing angle dependency to the gamma curve of the monitor, as you’d hope from an IPS-type panel. The image below gives a rough idea of how this test appeared from a normal viewing position. Fairly bright but not to the extent seen by default on most monitors. A well-balanced image overall that is quite pleasing both to the colorimeter and the eye. A bit of extra depth in places due to the generous colour gamut, but no obtrusive oversaturation. On the Blu-ray of Star Wars: The Force Awakens things were presented as they should be. Some good intense red and light blue shades for light sabers and good and consistent representation of character skin tones and natural environments. The subtle variation in skin tones was also impressive and aided the natural appearance, with characters gaining an appropriate identity. This contrasts with models with VA or TN panels, whereby shifts in gamma at various points of the screen alter the perceived shade. We also observed the Blu-ray of Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder. The strong colour consistency was readily apparent on this title due to it having elements of individual shade that fills much of the screen. This aided the natural variety, with an excellent array of consistently displayed pastel shades. The U2417H (U2417HA) also displayed deep shades and neon shades with a good level of vibrancy – not as striking as we’ve seen on some models, but certainly vivid.

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