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Dell S2440L LED 24" Full HD AMVA Panel Monitor HDMI/VGA Edge To Edge IPS Monitor

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Dell S2440L LED 24" Full HD AMVA Panel Monitor HDMI/VGA Edge To Edge IPS Monitor

24" Dell S2440L LED Monitor AMVA, HDMI/VGA 1920x1080, 250cd/m², 5000:1 7ms Black

Scan Code: LN47164

Manufacturer Code: S2440L

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24" Dell S2440L LED Monitor AMVA, HDMI/VGA 1920x1080, 250cd/m², 5000:1 7ms Black

Dell S2440L LED 24" Full HD AMVA Panel Monitor HDMI/VGA Edge To Edge IPS Monitor
Dell S2440L LED 24" Full HD AMVA Panel Monitor HDMI/VGA Edge To Edge IPS Monitor

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Product Overview

When it’s on, you’re there.
Dive into brilliance with the distinctive S2440L 24" monitor, featuring ultra-wide viewing, edge-to-edge glass and our Image Enhance feature.

• Contemporary styling: Always enjoy a magnificent view with a virtually frameless 24" display featuring edge-to-edge glass.
• Superb performance: Images come alive with color-boosting Image Enhance, ultra-wide viewing and Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 max.) in a 16:9 widescreen format.
• Versatile connections: Connect to a laptop or desktop with VGA connectivity. Explore a world of HD entertainment options with an HDMI port.

Features

Captivating by design.
• Virtually frameless: An edge-to-edge glass design creates a magnificent view.
• Big and bold: Images appear true-to-life on this glossy, LED-backlit 24" monitor.
• Beauty and refinement: Add elegance and style to your living room or home office. The S2440L monitor offers a pristine finish, premier craftsmanship and a streamlined cable design.

Get immersed in the action.
• Ultra-wide viewing angle: The stellar view pulls you in from nearly any perspective with an ultra-wide 178°/178° viewing angle.
• Stunning clarity: Savor razor-sharp detail in games, movies and photos with color-boosting Image Enhance. Vivid clarity shines with a mega-dynamic contrast ratio of 8 million:1 (typical) and an 89-percent color gamut1.
• Customizable color: Dell Display Manager helps keep you productive with fast access to software such as Auto Mode, which enables you to select your preferred color mode for each application.
• Full HD resolution: Watch images come alive in cinematic quality with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 max.) in a 16:9 widescreen format.

Work with ease. Stay entertained for hours.
• Be comfortable: Set your preferred viewing angle with extensive tilt adjustability. Tilt the S2440L panel up to 4° forward or 21° backward.
• Stay versatile: Connect to your laptop or desktop with VGA connectivity. The HDMI port enables you to explore thrilling HD entertainment options.
• Organize your screen: Tile your applications with Easy Arrange software so you can see them all clearly at a single glance. Even select your preferred desktop design layout.

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:DellViewing Angle:178 / 178 (°H/°V)
Panel Type:LED (Backlit) Contrast Ratio/DCR:5000:1
Screen Size:24" Speakers:No
Pitch Size:0.277 Response Time:6 ms
MAC Compatible:YesBrightness:250 cd/m²
Connectors:1 x D-Sub
1 x HDMI
Web Camera:No
HDCP:YesPower Usage (Switched on):18 W
TV Tuner:NoVESA:No
Tilt:NoVESA Options (mm):
Swivel Stand:No3D Support:No
Pivot:NoWidescreen:Yes
Height Adjustable:NoMonitor Colour:Black
Resolution:1920x1080 Dimensions (with stand):499.1 x 380.2 x 175.8 mm (WxHxD)
Refresh Rate:60Hz Dimensions (without stand):

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Details

Duration: 36 months

Type: Direct

DOA Period: 7 days

Manufacturer Contact Details

Telephone: 0844 338 1200

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Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by An OK monitor. A good quality monitor but is not IPS as stated. monitor is unusable in a room even with average sunlight present due to its extreme glossiness. If I play games in the day time I almost always have to close my blinds for the game to be playable, even more glossy than an Apple display. I would not recommend using one of these for any kind of 3D work. viewing angles are poor. Monitor stand scratches easily. 09 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Looks very nice, great image quality and colour with many options. Glass covered screen. The glare if really bad if near a window. 27 September 2012
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