Dell S2409W


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hazmee

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Errmmm... not recommended for photo editing work due to its TN panel. If you are looking at 24", there are other options for you to consider.
 

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What's a TN panel? I just order the Dell Ultrasharp 2408WFP monitor. This one good for photoediting?
 

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hmm.. I'm fine with any 24" just asking for comments on Dell S2409W
it's definitely cheaper than Dell 2408WFP. It's currently going for S$509.
I missed out on the Comex special so I got it at a higher price at $959 with 5 yrs warranty and free delivery.
 

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hmm.. I'm fine with any 24" just asking for comments on Dell S2409W
it's definitely cheaper than Dell 2408WFP. It's currently going for S$509.
Pros: Watching HD Movies (no scaling needed as it is 16:9 ratio)
Got HMDI input
Its thin
5ms good for gaming

Cons: Colours and contrast not that good (due to panel limitation)
Colours/brightness/contrast need to be calibrated. Not good right out of box.
Viewing angle (panel limitation)
 

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Another question, since the monitor 2408 supports HDMI and my videocard also supports HDMI and DVI, which connection should I use to maximize the IQ? It's more for Photoshop rather than movies/games.

TIA!
 

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