Dell UltraSharp U2515H 25" IPS 2K Monitor
Bring your work to life in vivid color detail, sharp QHD resolution and extensive connectivity for outstanding usability.
• Award-winning performance: Since each monitor is tuned at 99% sRGB, the colors look amazing right out of the box. The ultra-wide viewing angle on this 25” display lets you admire the QHD resolution at virtually any angle without losing those gorgeous colors.
• More ways to connect: Charge, connect and project handheld devices and more with extensive ports.
• Reliable and eco-efficient: Count on the DellTM Premium Panel Guarantee, 3 years Advanced Exchange Service and an environmentally conscious design.
b>A performance to remember
Superior screen clarity meets complete color precision for a brilliant viewing experience.
• Enjoy 25" of superb screen clarity on a sharp QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution monitor. Plus, you get great color consistency across an ultra-wide 178°/178° viewing angle
• Get exceptional color accuracy and consistency right out of the box, with each monitor factory tuned at 99% sRGB with a deltaE <3
• Help boost your productivity with a dual or multi-monitor setup and take advantage of the ultra-thin bezel that is ideal for a seamless, virtually borderless viewing between monitors
• Easy Arrange lets you choose how you view your custom window layout. See all your applications tiled side by side with nothing buried
Dell UltraSharp 25 Monitor - U2515H - Designed for your comfort and convenience
Designed for your comfort and convenience
Work the way you want. Position your monitor for ultimate comfort with a full range of tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustments along with easy connections to your PC and peripherals.
• Smoothly pivot 90° clockwise or counter-clockwise, placing the thinnest edges side-by-side for an enhanced viewing experience, especially ideal for dual or multi-monitor set up
• The U2515H is VESA-compatible, so you can wall mount your monitor or attach it to the optional Dell Single Monitor Arm
• For convenient connections to other devices in your workspace, the U2515H provides two HDMI (MHL) ports, a DisplayPort, a mini-DisplayPort and five USB 3.0 ports. Quickly charge BC1.2 compatible and other USB devices with a USB 3.01 port found on the rear of the monitor that supplies high-speed charging and powering
Reliable and eco-efficient
The Dell UltraSharp 25 Monitor – U2515H meets the latest regulatory and environmental standards.
• ENERGY STAR® Qualified
• EPEAT® Gold Rated
• TCO Certified Displays
Made with eco-friendly materials, the U2515H is BFR/PVC-free (excluding external cables) and has arsenic-free glass and a mercury-free LED panel.
Enhanced power management with PowerNap enables the Dell Display Manager to either dim the monitor to the minimum brightness level or put it into sleep mode when it is not in use. Features Display
Diagonally Viewable Size:
25" (25-inch wide viewable image size)
Panel Type, Surface:
In-plane switching, anti glare with hard coat 3H
2560 x 1440 at 60Hz
1000 to 1 (typical)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 2 Million:1 (Max)
350 cd/m2 (typical)
50 cd/m2 (min)
8 ms (gray to gray) Normal Mode
6 ms ( gray to gray) FAST Mode
178° vertical / 178° horizontal
Height-adjustable stand, tilt , pivot (clockwise and counter-clockwise), swivel and built in cable-management
Colour Gamut5 (typical): 91 % (CIE1976), sRGB 99% ( average Delta E of <3)
16.78 Million colours
0.216 mm ( DPI: 117)
Widescreen Flat Panel Display
Display Screen Coating:
Antiglare with hard-coating 3H
Dell Speaker Bar AC511 (optional)
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 (4 at the back, 1 with battery charging)
1 USB 3.0 port - Upstream
USB3.0 Hi-Speed Hub (with 1 USB upstream port and 5 USB downstream ports)
Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Anti-theft stand lock slot (to panel)
Flat Panel Mount Interface:
VESA (100 mm)
Size and Weight
Dimensions (With Stand):
Height (compressed / extended):
398.0mm (15.67") / 512.5mm (20.18")
Width: 569.0mm (22.40")
Depth: 205.0mm (8.07")
Dimensions (Without Stand):
Height: 338.7mm (13.33")
Width: 569.0mm (22.40")
Depth: 46.4mm (1.83")
Weight (panel only - for VESA mount):
4.4 kg (9.64 lb)
Weight (with packaging):
9.8 kg (21.56 lb)
Active Display Area (H x V):
552.96mm (21.77") x 311.04mm (12.25")
|Adaptive Frame-rate Technology||N/A|
|Response Time||8 ms|
|Viewing Angle||178°/178° (°H/°V)|
|Color Bit Depth|
|Power Usage (Switched on)||87 W|
|VESA||100 x 100|
|Monitor Colour||Black/ Silver|
|Dimensions (with stand)||569 x 398 - 512.5 x 205 (WxHxD)|
|Dimensions (without stand)||569 x 338.7 x 46.4 (WxHxD)|
|Weight (with Stand)|
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