Use the monitor for image editing on Linux. The setup worked perfectly, since the monitor was recognized immediately. In Windows 7, this was not so easy. It was not used, the entire image area, even with the included driver, the picture has not been extended to the entire monitor. The resolution voted but the graphics card has simply not recognized the 24 inch. In the AMD graphics driver software then the image was clamped on the entire screen on a controller.
* The color saturation is very good in standard mode Present. Images are also displayed very sharp, with me so far aufällt no difference to a normal Dell does not have the "Ultra Sharp" day.
* Since it is an IPS can work very well with the monitor under somewhat oblique angles.
* He makes the image editing under Linux a real pleasure.
* The very thin edge (approx 6mm) is great and so is not distracted from the actual screen, as can be the case with wider margins.
* As negative I noticed that the touch panel reacts only very delayed on the monitor. Since buttons are dear to me but, as in my older Dell monitor. This can be distracting when the monitor is often turned off.
* No VGA port.
On the whole it is a successful monitor that very modern with the thin edge (+) and Touch Panel (-) acts. For image editing, I can recommend him very much, because the colors are reproduced very tired, without a calibration is done (is pre-calibrated by Dell).
We chose this unit with us in the company due to the very good price and excellent reviews in relevant test sites and were not disappointed.
- Excellent image for Office applications
- Really very thin edge
- Adjustable height
- Has HDMI and Display Port input
- Display Port to Mini Display Port cable is