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    • At that price 60 hz is unacceptable.
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    • dracolnyte wrote: i would think this is better, even has freesync and higher nits (brightness) for cheaper price. only difference is the stand
      https://www.dell.com/en-ca/shop/dell-27 ... ccessories

      do note that I got the predecessor for around $270 in 2018
      OP is an Ultrasharp monitor. You're paying for factory calibration, better stand, and a 3 year warranty with panel exchange versus 1.
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    • A $250 premium for USB-C.

      It's only missing a $1,000 stand option.
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    • PSA: If you can't open the OP's link, disable your ad-blocker and try again. I had to disable my uBlock Origin extension in Chrome in order for the link to work.
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    • .fess wrote: 60 hz... pass.
      What effect does 60Hz have if using as a work monitor (coding, spreadsheets, word docs)? Eye strain?
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    • holden wrote: What effect does 60Hz have if using as a work monitor (coding, spreadsheets, word docs)? Eye strain?
      Any movement is minorly jarring at 60Hz with reasonable eyes.

      It's more noticeable on a monitor close up, than a TV.

      Transitions, windows movements, animations, etc. all look minorly worse.

      That being said, it's 2020 and I use a 4K TV as a monitor at 60Hz.

      Call me in 2024 when I'm on my 4K120 MicroLED / OLED TV-Monitor, I'll tell you about the quaint days of 2020 with hindsight.
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    • life359 wrote: At that price 60 hz is unacceptable.
      The higher frequency IPS displays I could find either didn’t have 1440p resolution, usb-c power delivery or a fully adjustable stand, which were all deal breakers for me. Considering I’ll be using this mostly for productivity, I’m fine with the slower 60hz frequency.

      I think there’s a way to set the display at 74hz without getting any artifacts, but I’ll probably leave it as is just the same.
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    • dracolnyte wrote: i would think this is better, even has freesync and higher nits (brightness) for cheaper price. only difference is the stand
      https://www.dell.com/en-ca/shop/dell-27 ... ccessories

      do note that I got the predecessor for around $270 in 2018
      Yeah it looks cool (that slimness!) and has great brightness, but I was turned off by the fact that its stand is not height adjustable and it’s not VESA mountable.
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    • holden wrote: What effect does 60Hz have if using as a work monitor (coding, spreadsheets, word docs)? Eye strain?
      None, I have the P2419HC, which is the Ultra series basically but no calibration and 1080p vs 1440p. It's a nice monitor, great for WFH.

      Everyone near is picky about something with a monitor and they cant have it all, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, 100% SRGB range, OLED with Vesa for $200. Anything less is a pass.

      The refresh rate doesn't matter as much as people have convinced themselves it does.
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    • holden wrote: What effect does 60Hz have if using as a work monitor (coding, spreadsheets, word docs)? Eye strain?
      None whatsoever for productivity and practically all usage scenarios for most users. Keep in mind that the vocal part of RFD tech crowd has a gamer's mentality (whether they are actually serious gamers, nobody knows). They will gladly jump on a deal for a 1080p screen but will tell you 60hz is "unacceptable".
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    • syntaxerror wrote: Everyone near is picky about something with a monitor and they cant have it all, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, 100% SRGB range, OLED with Vesa for $200. Anything less is a pass.

      The refresh rate doesn't matter as much as people have convinced themselves it does.
      I think you’ve summed it up nicely. Bottom-line is different things will matter to different people and researching a product to determine what those things are can be a time consuming process.

      Which leads me to a little rant: I feel like if someone disagrees on what’s important in a product just because their needs are different, they shouldn’t label a deal as crap or downvote it. It’s really disheartening to the person who took hours to research a product that answers their needs and decided to take 20 more minutes out of their day to contribute his findings to this community.

      I think this is really important if we want lurkers to start posting more. Trust me, it can be intimidating at times reading all the comments in this sub. Some people are ruthless!
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    • juldum wrote: I think you’ve summed it up nicely. Bottom-line is different things will matter to different people and researching a product to determine what those things are can be a time consuming process.

      Which leads me to a little rant: I feel like if someone disagrees on what’s important in a product just because their needs are different, they shouldn’t label a deal as crap or downvote it. It’s really disheartening to the person who took hours to research a product that answers their needs and decided to take 20 more minutes out of their day to contribute his findings to this community.

      I think this is really important if we want lurkers to start posting more. Trust me, it can be intimidating at times reading all the comments in this sub. Some people are ruthless!
      It's a great monitor, the pricing is so-so. Perhaps if it was sub $400 after-tax, it would be a better deal.

      The market for this monitor is not for the average RFD user. These are professional-grade monitors as a complete package. Great height adjustment stand, great IO hub, sleek profile, factory calibration, and 3 year warranty.

      Sure you can get a 144hz, 99% sRGB IPS monitor for about the same price or less. The odds are you will be missing one or a few of the above features, most which RFD users don't care about but workplace users will. Hence, different markets.
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    • It's Dell Ultrasharp. It's their most permium line of monitors and are great for productive work. I've been using ultrasharps since the 2407WFP and love them despite the price premium.
      juldum wrote: I think you’ve summed it up nicely. Bottom-line is different things will matter to different people and researching a product to determine what those things are can be a time consuming process.

      Which leads me to a little rant: I feel like if someone disagrees on what’s important in a product just because their needs are different, they shouldn’t label a deal as crap or downvote it. It’s really disheartening to the person who took hours to research a product that answers their needs and decided to take 20 more minutes out of their day to contribute his findings to this community.

      I think this is really important if we want lurkers to start posting more. Trust me, it can be intimidating at times reading all the comments in this sub. Some people are ruthless!
      Because a lot of people are self-centered and only care about themselves. So they looked for a second and when a deal doesn't apply to them instead of just walking away they had to crap all over it.
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    • .fess wrote: PSA: If you can't open the OP's link, disable your ad-blocker and try again. I had to disable my uBlock Origin extension in Chrome in order for the link to work.
      Or use urldecode.org to extract the original URL
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    • I just paid $450 all in including taxes for U2720D from Dell Canada. Just FYI
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    • serious9 wrote: I just paid $450 all in including taxes for U2720D from Dell Canada. Just FYI
      Do you actually mean U2520D? (It seems U2720D doesn't exist.)
      I was about to mention that the Dell U2520D is a great alternative to a 27" if you are able to sit just a bit closer to the monitor.
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    • I have a dell U214H display , got it on 2015 ( https://www.dell.com/hr/business/p/dell-u2414h/pd ) .. work really long hours on it everyday .. I dont see any issues with it being at 60 Hz .. as others said it depends on the kind of work you do .. with normal , excel , power point and basic work / productivity software 60 Hz is fine .. I love the dell ultrasharp line of monitors , they are amazing monitors and worth it ..
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