expired Dell UltraSharp U2415 24" Monitor (IPS, 16:10, 3-Year Warranty) $303.20 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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Cheapest price ever for the popular Dell U2415 16:10 aspect ratio monitor

eBay price: $379.00 less PDELL20 20% off code = $303.20
Quantity: More than 10 available / 245 sold

Dell U2415 is an IPS 16:10 aspect ratio WUXGA 1920 x 1200 resolution monitor (compared to the more common 16:9 1920 x 1080 monitors available in this screen size).
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Dell U2415 product details ($399.20)

Dell U2415 review at TFTCentral

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  • +1 vote

    Looks like a good monitor.

  • +2 votes

    I have two at work plugged into my laptop, they are awesome.

  • +4 votes

    I had this monitor for a while thinking I'd prefer the 16:10 ratio. I had it as a secondary in portrait next to a 27" 1440p monitor.
    I couldn't handle the difference in pixel pitch/resolution. It was really bad in comparison.
    I decided to return it for the U2515H (25" 1440p 16:9) which has been great.

  • +4 votes

    16:10 is amazing.

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      I think 16:10 would be better on laptops but not on monitors.

    • +1 vote

      16:10 should be marketed as EHW (Expanded Height Widescreen).

      Then they could also release EWEHW (Extra Wide Expanded Height widescreen) in a special 32:18 aspect ratio - then you'd be getting even more in both directions.

    • +2 votes

      As a software developer, 16:10 is superb. That little bit extra vertically is very useful.

    • +1 vote

      Yep! Extra height to compensate for ribbon toolbars!

      In the GIS/CAD world all the vertical space is a godsend!

  • +3 votes

    Just bought! This is Wirecutter's 24-inch monitor recommendation: https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-24-inch-monitor/

    I've been waiting for a good price for this monitor - much appreciated.

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    whats the dead pixel policy on these things?

    I recently bought 4 monitors for friends and family and 3/4 had dead pixel, lucky viewsonic has 0 dead pixel so we could return it.

    I have also bought a laptop from Xiaomi and it had a dead pixel, lucky i bought in store and they replaced on the spot.

    Looks like dead pixel is getting more common on high resolution display.

    • +2 votes

      It's because there's more of them

    • +1 vote

      I think I read on Dell's website they'll replace it if there's a single bright pixel. Don't know about dead ones through.

    • +1 vote

      For Dell UltraSharp monitors (U, UP, UZ series) with Premium Panel Guarantee, you can get a replacement within the 3-year warranty period for either:

      • 1 or more Bright sub-pixel/s
      • 6 or more Dark sub-pixels

      https://www.dell.com/support/article/au/en/audhs1/sln130145/...

      • +1 vote

        6 dark pixels is a lot.

        Dell have a 14 day money back guarantee, so I would just use that, and not even mention the DPs.

        But fortunately for me, I've had 6 Dell monitors and 2 Dell laptops and not a single one of them have had a dead/bright pixel.

  • +2 votes

    Very good monitor. Order these for work. Never had a complaint.
    Just make sure that your PC supports the inputs. For anyone that has an older PC, this monitor does not have VGA input. When you look up the model on google, the specs on the right says it has VGA, but this is incorrect.

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    Does this monitor have a headphone jack (or any type of audio out)? The specs and reviews do not mention this so I'm assuming no.

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      From the specs, it has the following Connections:

      2 HDMI(MHL) connector
      1 Mini DisplayPort
      1 DisplayPort (version 1.2)
      1 DisplayPort out (MST)
      1 Audio Line out (connect your speakers)
      5 USB 3.0 ports - Downstream (5 at the back)
      1 USB 3.0 port - Upstream

      The User Guide also states "*Headphone usage is not supported for the audio line out connector"

  • +1 vote

    The bezels look the same as the U2515H I had. It has capacitive buttons. My experience with that monitor is, the power button is very insensitive. Sometimes I had trouble turning it on. I wasn't the only one with the problem. I really don't like Dell's capacitive buttons. The menu buttons were fine though.

    • +1 vote

      Agreed. I don't like the capacitive buttons in general, but they work well on my 3-month old U2415 (how they hold up with wear & tear, I don't know).

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        Same. Had a U2515H for a while with the captive touch buttons. They were annoying. especially the power button. Although there is a tiny bump on the button to indicate where to press. Alot of the time it required multiple presses to turn on and off.

        i find the standard push buttons on the newer U2518D much better. Only thing is the buttons are on the bottom of the screen. You have to hold the side of the screen while pressing them otherwise it will rotate the display.

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    I'm tempted to get 2 of these as dual setup.

    I had 2 x 2407's from over 10 years ago, 1 recently died.

    The side bezels are much thinner on the U2415 which would lend itself to a pleasant experience.

    I'm not convinced with the ultrawide alternatives and think 2 x 24's are better for me. Plus I have my current U2407 which could act as a 3rd should it be needed.

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      I have my ancient U2407WFP-HC set up in portrait mode next to my U2415. The U2407 is showing its age, especially in terms of brightness and contrast (the LCDs have faded over the years). It's also night & day between the monitors in terms of bezel sizes, thickness and weight.

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        How happy are you with the U2415? I was thinking getting a pair of U2412M's but with the price drop on U2415 and their smaller bezels I think it would be a much better experience. Not to mention a superior colour gamut. I think the rest is fairly comparable with them.

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          I'm extremely happy with the U2415.
          I also considered the U2412M, but because of the age of the technology, I gave it a miss (even when it was on sale for $194 from the Dell Outlet in April).

          As a 2011 model, the U2412M is limited to DVI-D, DisplayPort & VGA (no HDMI) connectors, and a USB 2.0 hub.
          The U2415 (released in 2014) has a lot more connector options (see my previous comment above), and its USB 3.0 hub comes in handy.

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    Great price for this monitor. I have 3 of these connected to my main workstation at home. So far I am pleased with the monitors.

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    My very old Dell monitor died a few days ago so great timing for me.

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    Bought 1 last year and after using it side by side with my old Samsung TN monitor, it was no comparison. Much brighter, accurate colours and thin bezel. Just bought a 2nd one from this sale!

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    What have been people's experiences with Dell shipping from eBay orders (or in general)?

    Either Dell has been very slow in dispatching orders or eBay's estimates are way off…

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      I ordered my U2415 direct from Dell in July, and it was delivered to Sydney metro after 3 business days. I suspect that was from their Sydney warehouse.

      During the PDELL20 eBay sale period ~130 units were sold, so I suspect they ran out of local stock and had to ship new stock from their factory (I think it's in Malaysia).

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      Also, eBay's shipping time estimates are known for being very optimistic.

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      I think 1bug is correct, looks like they ran out of local stock.
      I ordered my U2415 last Thursday 11th, eBay estimated delivery 19/10
      Monday 15th, received confirmation from Dell with a link to Dell showing estimated delivery 17/10
      Wednesday 17th, received an order update, the link now showed estimated delivery 24/10

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