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Dell U2412M 24" Silver LED, IPS Panel Monitor DP/DVI/VGA USB Hub

24" Dell U2412M LED IPS Monitor Full HD, DisplayPort/DVI/VGA 1920x1200, 8ms, 300cd/m², 1000:1, Silver

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Product Overview Enjoy widescreen performance, any way you want it. With a 61 cm(24'') 16:10 panel, IPS technology and LED backlight, the U2412M provides a brilliant view, plus amazing adjustability to suit any style.
• Powerful: Experience IPS technology, featuring a wide viewing angle with high-quality colour representation for a peerless viewing experience.
• Flexible: Pick the view that works best for you with an almost unlimited range of tilt, swivel, pivot and height adjustments.Customizable: Change your energy usage settings, text brightness and colour temperature with the touch of a button to help conserve energy with this eco-designed arsenic-free and mercury-free panel.

Whether for work or for play, the Dell UltraSharp™ U2412M can deliver an unmatched viewing experience.
• Clearly outstanding: Watch your graphics come to life on a vast 61 cm(24'') LED-backlit screen featuring a crystal-clear 1920x1200 resolution on a 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio so you can’t lose screen area just because your customized applications support a different resolution.
• Contrasting view: Get ready for blur-free viewing with 2 million:1 (typical) high dynamic contrast ratio and 8ms with overdrive gray-to-gray (typical) response time that helps ensure crisp, sharp and ghost-free images.
• Colourful character: Enjoy an amazing range of rich, dramatic and accurate colours, thanks to IPS technology designed to give you colour consistency across a broad viewing angle and a wide colour gamut at 82% (typical).

Data Sheet
Features • Diagonal Viewable Size: 24'' (61cm)
• Aspect Ratio: 16:10
• Panel Type: IPS
• Optimal Resolution: 1920 X 1200 at 60Hz
• Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (typical)
• Brightness: 300 CD/m2 (typical)
• Response Time: 8ms panel typical
• Viewing Angle: (178° vertical / 178° horizontal)
• Color Support: 16.7 million colors
• Standard Warranty: This monitor ships with 3-year Monitor replacement service
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Telephone:
0800 028 2660
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