Dell is prepping a new 24" display based on IPS panel technology. The plainly named Dell 24 Monitor is slated to arrive in the U.S. next month, and its 2560x1440 resolution is higher than one might expect given the diagonal. Most monitors this size stick close to 1080p territory.
Otherwise known as the P2416D, the display promises wide viewing angles, 16.7 million colors, and 99% sRGB coverage. The refresh rate is fixed at 60Hz, though, so there's no FreeSync or G-Sync mojo here. Other specs include 300 cd/m² brightness, 1000:1 contrast, and 6-ms response times—all unremarkable for a modern monitor.
The U.S. product page isn't up yet, but the full spec sheet is already available on Dell's Hong Kong site. Asian and European markets will get the display this month, a little ahead of the stateside release. Dell says the P2416D will sell for $370 in the U.S.
The monitor has a fully adjustable stand, an integrated USB 2.0 hub, and an array of inputs that includes DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4, and VGA. It also comes with a three-year warranty that entitles the owner to a free replacement if even a single bright pixel appears during that period.
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