Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pete764648 Excellent monitor at size and price
I chose this monitor because of limited desk space necessitating a 24inch but still wanting the step-up to 4K graphics and it hasn't disappointed.
Coming from a TN panel the drop in response time (barely perceptible, if at all) was more than made up for by the colour depth.
I did have some issues with the display port detecting not detecting inputs on start up but after some research I discovered that was an issue with my SLI configuration, not the monitor, so this doesn't affect my score.
15 February 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Snapper Picture quality good
Had several Dell monitors before so got this as first venture into 4K.
Picture quality amazing. As I use it as a TV monitor on HDMI this does not appear to auto select the input that is active, as last Dell did. Also, it does not always wake up when an input supplied, this has been reported elsewhere. Mine is a Rev 1 and apparently later versions have not got the problem. The base/stand is very good. I use a Dell AC511 soundbar which works well. Rear connectors a bit awkward. All in all I am well pleased with it.
31 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by timboo Lovely monitor
6 Months ago I bought a gaming monitor (TN panel). It was wonderful for games, but terrible for photo editing as the colours were dull, which caused me to saturate colours when editing.
I have since bought this monitor. On collection the first thing of note is the sheer size of the box. No word of a lie I have seen smaller 30" TV boxes lol. Don't be put off though as it keeps your monitor safe.
The monitor itself is very nice looking, sturdy and has a very slim bezzel edge.
My only niggle is that the case is the same as the less expensive models only minor as its good quality indeed.
It has an (IPS) panel. The colours are accurate very deep blacks and fantastic rich colours, not to mention the 4K resolution.
As long as you don't plan to use 4K for games you don't need a super powered PC to run 4K. I needed it to edit photos and its wonderful. To give an idea I'm running a GTX 660 graphics card with no problem.
For those who are not aware you need a display port compatible graphics card to run in 4K.
There is no DVI port on this monitor however there is an in and out display port for daisy chaining monitors.
The monitor is sturdy, height tilt and rotation can but adjusted.
No touch screen and has 4 very simple buttons excluding the power buttons. The menu is super simple to navigate.
It comes complete with USB hub cable, and mini display port to normal sized display port cable. The smaller end relates to the monitor.
I have not tried any games on this monitor, but I'm sure they are perfectly acceptable.
I have heard of rumours relating to 4K struggling with small icons and text, you can adjust the size but don't run 2X monitors unless both are 4K otherwise the icons will be huge on something which is 10980P. This monitor works perfect on a windows based PC
10 January 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Studiotime Amazing colours at an affordable price
I am a photographer and videographer so I wanted a screen that is colour accurate. Reading many reviews I decided to go with the Dell.
I am using it with a Scan 3XS system that has a Geforce GTX 960 card. Initially I had problems with the monitor recognising the input signal coming in but after many attempts it worked. Not sure what that fix or problem was caused by.
The second problem I had was using it at UHD 4k resolution. The monitor kept turning on and off! I discovered that this is to do with using display port 1.2, to fix this issue I had to go in to the monitors menu and turn MST from off to primary. This also drop it from 60hz to only 30hz but at least it's stable at 4K now.
21 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by simonb Stunning display for photo editing
I've had two Dell 2007FWP screens for the last seven years, which I was very happy with until one developed a big yellow-green blob, and as I've just upgraded to Macbook Pro 15" I took the plunge and forked out for the P2415Q.
Technology has certainly moved on in that time! Together with the Macbook's retina screen this gives me more pixels than I could ever dream of, with a crispness and level of detail that is just phenomenal.
I connected it with the supplied lead and everything just works at any of the five resolutions available, no faffing or adjustments needed.
For my work (a combination of coding for my day job and photo editing for my hobby) this is the perfect dual display setup. I don't play games so I can't comment on how it performs on that front.
5 out of 5.
03 September 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cloop Perfect all-rounder
Beautiful IPS colours, gaming 4K looks stunning with 980ti. 1080p films still lovely and sharp due to screen size. There is some minimal backlight bleed, annoying but acceptable (and I'm usually hyper-sensitive to it).
For the price it's amazing. Best monitor I've ever had.
14 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by IanESJ Stunning.
I hadn't realised that i was missing so much colour detail, this monitor makes everything look so much better.
W8.1 scales everything (except PsCS6...) perfectly, the clarity of 4K is stunning.
This really does bring my desktop into the same feel as the screens on my Phone and Tablet.
I can game at 1440 on it without any issues with a GTX770
It feels like i have bought a new computer from the Future.
28 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Whatever99 Perfect external Retina monitor for a Mac
My 15" MacBook Pro has a lovely Retina-resolution built in screen and I got increasingly fed up with the low quality, by comparison, of my normal-res external monitor.
This display works perfectly as a Retina-resolution external display. No configuration to do at all, just use the supplied mini-DisplayPort cable, plug in, and the Mac detects it is Retina-capable and displays appropriately.
I typically view text and fairly static images. I can't comment on the Mac graphics frame rate for games/fast videos.
Pretty good value for a 4K, but it could always be cheaper... prices will no doubt come down over time.
05 June 2015