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Dell P2415Q - LED monitor - 4K - 23.8" - with 3-Years Advanced Exchange Warranty

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$379.99$379.99
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Product Highlights

  • 23.8" diagonal LCD screen
  • 16:9 aspect ratio
  • 3840 x 2160 4K Ultra HD resolution
  • Capable of displaying millions of colors
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    LED monitor - 23.8" (23.8" viewable) - 3840 x 2160 4K - IPS - 300 cd/m² - 1000:1 - 6 ms - HDMI (MHL) DisplayPort Mini DisplayPort - black - with 3-Years Advanced Exchange Warranty - for Latitude 7370 E5270 E5470 E5570; OptiPlex 3040; Ve Dell P2415Q - LED monitor - 4K - 23.8" - with 3-Years Advanced Exchange Warranty

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Dell
    Screen Size
    23.8"
    Connector Type
    HDMI
    Backlight Type
    Edge LED
    Model
    4NVYD
    Resolution
    4K UHD
    Condition
    New
    Accessories Included
    Dell P2415Q 23.8" Ultra HD 4K IPS Monitor
    Stand
    Power Cables (Varies with Countries)
    DP-mDP Cable
    USB Upstream Cable
    Cable Cover
    Drivers and Documentation Media
    Quick Setup Guide
    Safety and Regulatory Information
    Factory Calibration Report
    Dell 3 Year Limited Warranty
    Aspect Ratio
    16:9
    Response Time
    6ms
    Features
    Mountable, Tilt, EPEAT
    Manufacturer Part Number
    P2415Q
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    26.25 x 17.75 x 10.00 Inches

    Customer Reviews

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    Most helpful positive review
    6 customers found this helpful
    Perfect External Monitor for Dell XPS 15 with Ultra HD 4K option
    I have a Dell XPS 15 (9560) notebook with the upgraded Ultra HD 4K Touchscreen. I wanted an external monitor for my work in software development, to be able to extend my display. This monitor matches the 3840 x 2160 resolution of my notebook and works great and looks beautiful. To get the full resolution, you have to connect to the Display Port on the back of the monitor, and not to HDMI. The monitor comes with a cable that has a Display Port connector on one end, and mini-Display Port on the other. I had to buy a mini-Display-Port-to-USB-C adapter that supports 4K in order to connect it to my notebook's USB-C port. I purchased a StarTech brand adapter at the suggestion of a Dell tech support rep. Also - the monitor has USB ports on the back. In order to use them, you have to connect the supplied USB cable from the back of the monitor to a USB port on the notebook or a docking station. I was able to connect an external keyboard to one of the USB ports on the back after I did that. It took me a while to figure this all out, so I hope this saves someone some time.
    Most helpful negative review
    3 customers found this helpful
    Garbage - Don't Purchase
    Bought (2) brand new (Manufactured 2018) P2415Qs. Both are experiencing thin grey lines all over the screen (most noticeable on white backgrounds). I'm returning ASAP. Can be seen in the attached pic.
    Most helpful positive review
    6 customers found this helpful
    Perfect External Monitor for Dell XPS 15 with Ultra HD 4K option
    I have a Dell XPS 15 (9560) notebook with the upgraded Ultra HD 4K Touchscreen. I wanted an external monitor for my work in software development, to be able to extend my display. This monitor matches the 3840 x 2160 resolution of my notebook and works great and looks beautiful. To get the full resolution, you have to connect to the Display Port on the back of the monitor, and not to HDMI. The monitor comes with a cable that has a Display Port connector on one end, and mini-Display Port on the other. I had to buy a mini-Display-Port-to-USB-C adapter that supports 4K in order to connect it to my notebook's USB-C port. I purchased a StarTech brand adapter at the suggestion of a Dell tech support rep. Also - the monitor has USB ports on the back. In order to use them, you have to connect the supplied USB cable from the back of the monitor to a USB port on the notebook or a docking station. I was able to connect an external keyboard to one of the USB ports on the back after I did that. It took me a while to figure this all out, so I hope this saves someone some time.
    Most helpful negative review
    3 customers found this helpful
    Garbage - Don't Purchase
    Bought (2) brand new (Manufactured 2018) P2415Qs. Both are experiencing thin grey lines all over the screen (most noticeable on white backgrounds). I'm returning ASAP. Can be seen in the attached pic.
    1-10 of 26 reviews

    Perfect External Monitor for Dell XPS 15 with Ultra HD 4K option

    I have a Dell XPS 15 (9560) notebook with the upgraded Ultra HD 4K Touchscreen. I wanted an external monitor for my work in software development, to be able to extend my display. This monitor matches the 3840 x 2160 resolution of my notebook and works great and looks beautiful. To get the full resolution, you have to connect to the Display Port on the back of the monitor, and not to HDMI. The monitor comes with a cable that has a Display Port connector on one end, and mini-Display Port on the other. I had to buy a mini-Display-Port-to-USB-C adapter that supports 4K in order to connect it to my notebook's USB-C port. I purchased a StarTech brand adapter at the suggestion of a Dell tech support rep. Also - the monitor has USB ports on the back. In order to use them, you have to connect the supplied USB cable from the back of the monitor to a USB port on the notebook or a docking station. I was able to connect an external keyboard to one of the USB ports on the back after I did that. It took me a while to figure this all out, so I hope this saves someone some time.

    Worth Every Cent

    Dell does such a nice job with monitors. Color and contrast look good. Factory calibration report included in the box. Cable in the box too! That last made my day, as I had neglected to order a cable and was so very glad to see one in the box when unpacking the display. I have this connected to an XPS-13, matching a high-dpi external monitor with a high-dpi laptop display. That's working out well so far to have the two display resolutions close to the same. I've one USB connection to the laptop, and then my keyboard and mouse are connected to the monitor and passed through to the laptop. Good arrangement. Easy enough to plug and unplug once or twice per day. Can't say enough about the quality of the display. I stare at text all day long, and it's so nice to that text sharp and crisp without any hint of visible pixels.

    Good price for excellent resolution

    I needed an additional monitor for work that would handle heavy numerical and text display clearly and crisply. This monitor did the trick without costing a lot.

    Best value in the 4k class for QT1 2015

    This is at the time of writing, easily the best value for 4K monitors. Sure there are a couple of 28" TN panel 4k monitors but you wouldn't really want those simply because of the weakness inherent to TN technology, and they're 28". For a lot of people, they go for larger 4k monitors because they're afraid of this scaling issue with Windows, and the issue is very real. The way I see it is that 28" is not nearly big enough to avoid this, you'll still have to use the scaling anyway. I feel like I have enough desktop real estate atm so I am perfectly fine with a 200% scale on a 4k display for effectively a buffed up 1080p display. And that's really the story here, is this the best value for ANY display? even at this price range? I don't think so, there is the scaling issue, especially if you're like me who also has an older traditional low density display, using them together is going to be impossible unless you have Windows 8.1 and above. So keep that in mind. Even with 8.1 you still have problems for example text on your traditional display is gonna look even worse than before, yes! And this is purely because ClearType sub pixel smoothing doesn't work anymore, fortunately this doesn't affect any kind of graphics content. Desktop icons don't change scale from one display to another so they'll be huge on one and tiny on another. Some applications will not change scale from one to the other either, like the Task Manager, yes... However, the most commonly used applications like the web browser, does work perfectly, just like Macbook Pros with Retina display. You can browse web pages and they'll think that you're using a 1080p display so things don't look tiny, but they're super sharp and fine. Photographs and the handful of 4K videos do look very good even though it won't blow you off your chair. It's more subtle, sometimes you start to think (if the content is well-made) that you're looking through a window at real stuff instead of pictures on a display. Where as photos on a good traditional display can seem sharp, you don't really get that feeling, as if you know it's not very sharp subconsciously. Performance of this hardware however, is just one word for me, perfect. I mean yea it doesn't do Adobe RGB but it's not like I have any Adobe RGB content anyway, that's not the point. The point of a premium consumer product like this one, is just to deliver content as accurately as possible, and it absolutely does. Calibration is superb, colours are accurate, uniformity is perfect. There is some minor bleed but it's totally dwarfed by IPS glow and just normal glare from the rest of the room, not even windows. It just delivers everything an average consumer would reasonably need from a monitor. As for gaming, yea you know what there is some improvement just from the sharpness. But unless you exclusively play games your graphics card can handle, which means light duty games or super duty graphics cards. You could be doing more harm than benefit here. I run a single HD7970 and I can play Lol just fine, everything looks perfect and that's great, but the experience overall isn't really massively improved, especially compared to something like an ultra-wide or even curved display. So if all you're gonna do is AAA gaming and you don't already have at least dual top tier graphics cards, this would not be a wise choice. Watching videos, things pretty much look the same as any other well-calibrated display. The contrast is a bit better, but since there really aren't any 4K movies, you can't take advantage of the extra pixels at this point in time. Yes even things like single strands of hair in 1080p movies look pretty much the same as on a 1080p monitor. Mostly because things are constantly moving, even just slightly, and any pixelation becomes extremely hard to see. I haven't tried to sharpen things yet, it'll probably be massively CPU intensive and just not worth the hassle, so again, obviously it's perfect for watching 1080p movies, but it's an overkill to do just that. In conclusion, if you're a Mac user, this will likely be more worthwhile just because you don't have to deal with all the stupid scaling issues on Windows, and yes some of these issues can be crippling, for example Adobe's CS6 and previous softwares don't scale at all, and trust me unscaled Photoshop has extremely small controls on this monitor. Some applications simply won't work at all because a critical button disappeared or something like that. Even though the most basic, most commonly used things will be totally fine and usable at least, with pixelation at times. If you're a Windows user like me, I recommend more caution. Do you read a lot of text? then absolutely. Do you just watch movies and game? Probably better off with a bigger ultra widescreen. Graphic design? totally, just make sure you have Adobe's CC softwares (Lightroom works perfectly). There have been a lot of people complaining about connectivity issues with this product. I have not had any problems, I just connect and it ran at 4k 60z no tweaking what so ever. Honestly I think this has more to do with incompetent people using outdated hardware than bugs with the monitor itself. If you know what you're doing I really don't think you should worry about it.

    4K at your fingertips

    An excellent monitor for anyone considering working with 4K videos and high-pixel-density graphics. The high-resolution graphics and 4K videos are sharp and the color calibration right-out-of-the-box is impressive. This monitor surpassed my expectations. If this monitor was a touch screen, I would have rated it five (5) stars. An excellent buy!

    Amazing Picture Quality

    My wife and I are very happy with the beautiful image quality and we found the price to be good. The jacks on the back of the computer were poorly designed. The one USB port is on the back of the monitor and the barbed HDMI (might be called something else) is stuffed behind the stand. Just terrible!!! Terrible design. I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Not Dependable

    I purchased this monitor less than a year ago. It took some time for me to set up as this was the first HD monitor I've owned. But I got it up and running and was proud of my new display.

    Last night, I installed some new software (for photo editing) and worked with it a while, to get a feel for it. When I was finished looking at the new program, I turned off the computer and went to bed. This evening, I came back in to my home office and turned on my PC. The computer came on and revved up. The monitor, although it had been in sleep mode, NEVER woke up. I checked the cables at both ends, forced a computer restart several times, tried changing monitor input... None of that worked. I was very frustrated. Had I inadvertently changed a graphics setting? No. Could it be the graphics card? Unlikely since it is newer than the monitor. Fortunately, I was able to get onto Dell's website via my tablet, only to find out that others have had the same problem. Following the experience of another reviewer (THANKS!!!), I forced a shutdown, unplugged the P2415Q monitor, plugged it back in, and turned on my computer. VOILA! The monitor comes on.

    Why are they still sending these out? I do not recommend buying this unless you are a glutton for punishment.

    It's OK.

    When sitting at a typical distance, there is a notable colour difference between the top and bottom (it's a viewing angle issue). If you move your head up and down you can see the colour change -- I noticed it specifically in some green-ish yellows. Also, the monitor often freezes on a black screen when resuming from standby. I need to restart the monitor before it displays the image. Also, unless you've got a super high end well-shielded displayport cable, it will sometimes display a garbage image for a frame or two. The displayport cable the monitor came with was not good enough for 4K resolution, so I bought a new one that has performed better, but still drops a frame or two now and then. Also, displayport is annoying with Windows and my windows often get moved around and resized when resuming from sleep or just having the monitor turn off -- I don't know if this is a problem with the monitor, my graphics drivers, or the way that Windows handles display devices (it's likely a combination of all three). This problem happens with other brands' 4K monitors, but I figured it's worth mentioning. If 4K@60Hz on HDMI was supported, I would switch to HDMI and it would probably avoid the issue all together.

    Garbage - Don't Purchase

    Bought (2) brand new (Manufactured 2018) P2415Qs. Both are experiencing thin grey lines all over the screen (most noticeable on white backgrounds). I'm returning ASAP. Can be seen in the attached pic.

    Looks great, until...

    Looks great, until the monitor simply refuses to show anything. Today I started my PC as usual and the monitor simply didn't show any image. So I restarted the PC with the power button(which I hate to do, but had to due to no image). Same thing again. I obviously can't give this more than 1 star since the thing isn't working at all! Beware of buying this product as it may well just stop working one day - I've only had this for two days now! P.S. I've also been extremely careful handling the monitor, plugging in the cables etc. so that cannot be the problem.

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