DELL 24" P2418D WQHD Slim Bezel IPS Monitor
Bring out every detail: From Excel spreadsheets to colourful PowerPoint presentations, see more fine details on this 23.8" QHD display. At 2560x1440 resolution, you get 1.77 times more details than Full HD.
Vibrant visuals: Colours are vivacious and accurate, even across a wide 178°/178° viewing angle with 99% sRGB color coverage.
Connect without compromising: Get optimal connectivity for hi-definition QHD content, thanks to the convenient DisplayPort and HDMI ports.
Boost productivity: A Dell commissioned study shows that a dual monitor configuration can increase your productivity by up to 18% and the 3-sided ultrathin bezel is ideal for a dual monitor setup.
Organization made easy: Stay on task even with multiple apps open thanks to the Dell Display Manager. The Easy Arrange feature lets you quickly and conveniently tile and view your apps side by side.
• Bring out every detail: From Excel spreadsheets to colorful PowerPoint presentations, see more fine details on this 23.8" QHD display. At 2560x1440 resolution, you get 1.77 times more details than Full HD.
• Vibrant visuals: Colours are vivacious and accurate, even across a wide 178°/178° viewing angle with 99% sRGB color coverage. Connect without compromising: Get optimal connectivity for hi-definition QHD content, thanks to the convenient DisplayPort and HDMI ports.
• Boost productivity: A Dell commissioned study shows that a dual monitor configuration can increase your productivity by up to 18%2 and the 3-sided ultrathin bezel is ideal for a dual monitor setup. Organization made easy: Stay on task even with multiple apps open thanks to the Dell Display Manager. The Easy Arrange feature lets you quickly and conveniently tile and view your apps side by side.
• Ports & Slots: 1. Power port | 2. HDMI port | 3. DP port | 4. USB upstream port | 5. USB downstream port4 | 6. Stand lock feature | 7. Dell Soundbar mounting slots5 | 8. 2x USB 3.0 downstream port (including 1x USB 3.0 BC1.2 charging port)4 Cables Included: 1. Power cable 2. DP cable 3. USB 3.0 upstream cable.
• Colour Support: Colour Gamut (typical): 99% sRGB Color Depth: 16.7 Million colours.
Designed to keep you focused
This TUV-Certifiedi monitor is designed to optimize eye comfort and help you push your productivity to the next level with just the right angle, height and positioning.
Ports and slots:
• Power port
• HDMI port
• DP port
• USB upstream port
• USB downstream porti
• Stand lock feature
• Dell Soundbar mounting slots
• 2x USB 3.0 downstream port (including 1x USB 3.0 BC1.2 charging port)i Features Diagonally Viewable Size:
60.33cm (23.8 Inches)
Preset Display Area(H X V):
525.70 mm x 295.70 mm
20.70" x 11.64"
155,449.49 mm2 (240.95 inches2 )
In-Plane switching Technology
Display Screen Coating:
Antiglare with 3H hardness
Maximum Preset Resolution:
2560x 1440 at 60Hz
Border Width (Edge of Monitor active area)
6.6 mm (Top/Left/Right)
178° vertical / 178° horizontal
0.205 mm x 0.205 mm
Pixel Per Inch (PPI):
1000: 1 (typical)
White LED edgelight system
300 cd/m2 (typical)
8 ms (normal) ; 5 ms (Fast) - (gray to gray)
Wireless Charging Feature
PbP / PiP
Daisy Chain Availability
Dell Display Manager Compatibility:
Remote Asset Management
Yes, via Dell Command |Monitor
Color Gamut (typical):
16.7 Million colors
Color Calibration SDK SW
Color Calibration with X-rite colorimeter
USB3.0 super-Speed Hub (with 1 x USB upstream port, 4 x USB3.0 downstream ports)
Flat Panel Mount Interface
VESA (100 mm)
Optional Soundbar - (AE515 and AC511)
1X DisplayPort (ver. 1.2)
1X HDMI (ver. 1.4)
1 x USB 3.0 port - Upstream
2 x USB 3.0 ports - Side
2 x USB 3.0 ports - Bottom
What's in the box
Monitor with stand
1 x DP Cable
1 x USB 3.0 upstream cable (enables the USB port on the monitor)
Drivers and documentation media
Quick setup guide
Height-adjustable stand (130mm)
Tilt (-5° to 21°)
Swivel (45° to 45°)
Pivot (90° clockwise)
Built in cable-management
Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Anti-theft stand lock slot (to panel)
Dimensions with stand (H x W x D):
Height: 356.9 mm ~ 486.9 mm (14.05 ~ 19.17 inches)
Width: 538.9 mm (21.22 inches)
Depth: 180.0 mm (7.09 inches)
Dimensions without stand (H x W x D):
Height: 320.7 mm (12.63 inches)
Width: 538.9 mm (21.22 inches)
Depth: 51.6 mm (2.03 inches)
Weight (panel only - for VESA mount): 3.44 kg (7.58 lb)
Weight (with packaging): 7.81 kg (17.22 lb)
100 to 240 VAC / 50 or 60 Hz ± 3Hz / 1.5 A (typical)
Power Consumption (Operational):
20W (typical) /62W (maximum)/20W (Energy Star)
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep:
Less than 0.3W
Operating: 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Non-operating: -20° to 60° (-4° to 140° F)
Operating: 10% to 80% (non-condensing)
Non-Operating: 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Operating: 5,000 m (16,400 ft) max
Non-Operating: 12,191 m (40,000 ft) max
Compliance and Standards
TCO Certified Displays
|Panel Type||IPS, Anti-Glare|
|Pitch Size||0.205 mm x 0.205 mm|
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Response Time||5 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178 / 178 (°H/°V)|
|Color Gamut||99% sRGB|
|Color Bit Depth||8-Bit (16.7M Colors)|
|Supported HDR Standards|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||62 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Anti-Theft Features||Kensington-lock Ready|
|Dimensions (with stand)||538.9 x 486.9 x 180 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||538.9 x 320.7 x 51.6 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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- 36 months
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