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Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms

Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms

Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23

  • Lose yourself in the details: : Enjoy 1920×1080 (max) HD resolution, a vivid 2,000,000:1 (typical) dynamic contrast ratio and IPS technology for outstanding color consistency across a wide viewing range
  • Stay comfortable and connected: Select your best view with a range of tilt, swivel, pivot and height options. Link to a range of devices with 4 USB ports, a DisplayPort, plus DVI and VGA connections.
  • Be environmentally-conscious: Beyond offering efficiency and vivid detail, this monitor also meets EPEAT® Gold standards and is ENERGY STAR® qualified.

See vivid imagery from almost any angle. The 23” Dell UltraSharp U2312HM monitor with LED offers a brilliant view, rich colors and adjustable height options.Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23-inch IPS Monitor with LEDSee vivid imagery from almost any angle. The 23″ Dell™ UltraSharp U2312HM monitor with LED offers a brilliant view, rich colors and adjustable height options.Lose yourself in the details: : Enjoy 1920×1080 (max) HD resolution, a vivid 2,000,000:1 (typical) dynamic contrast ratio and IPS technology for outstanding color consistency across a wide viewing range.Stay comfortable and connected: Select your best view with a range of tilt, swivel, pivot and height options. Link to a range of devices with 4 USB ports, a DisplayPort, plus D

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3 Responses to “Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms”

  1. Nghia Doan says:
    91 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Registration With Dell!!!, March 19, 2013
    By 
    Nghia Doan
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms (Personal Computers)

    I just want to write this review for people who wants to register this monitor with Dell so that it will be covered by Dell 3 years dead pixel warranty. If you chat with Dell reps, they will say that the monitor is not covered under Dell bc it was a third party purchase and all warranty will be referred to the original place of purchase. If you chat with Amazon reps, they will say that the monitor will only have the standard Amazon 30 days refund/replace warranty. By searching the Dell forum, I’ve found out that it is possible to have this monitor purchased from Amazon and still be covered under Dell’s warranty. I have done this and it does work, although it was a bit of a hassle from Dell reps. My recommendation is if it is the same to purchase from Dell and Amazon (i.e. same price after price match, plus tax and shipping), then do yourself a favor and buy it directly from Dell. I only bought it from Amazon bc I have gift cards.

    Here is what you have to do:

    First, do not call the number provided by Dell website as they would just transfer you all over the place or hang up on you. Instead, call this direct number: 1-800-624-9897.

    Once on the line, tell the rep that you need to create a unique Dell Order number for the monitor that you bought from Amazon. They will contact the “Tag Team”, at which point you will need to provide the following information.

    Purchased Retailer name:
    Purchase Date:
    Monitor Model:
    20 digit Serial Number (PPID):

    Your Information
    Email:
    Name:
    Shipping Address:
    Phone:

    Once everything is done, you will be provided with a Unique Dell Order Number to write down.

    Now that is over with, I can proceed to write about what I think of the monitor. So far, it has performed beautifully. The anti-glare coating is a bit intrusive for me but I like it better than having a reflective screen. Of course, having anti-glare means that the picture won’t be as sharp, relatively speaking of course. Still very sharp compared to TN panel. As for the color and picture quality, it is excellent out of the box. However, I have chosen to use flatpanelsHD.com calibration number and it is much better. Made the color more accurate. Just make sure you have the right Revision as there are many different revision on this monitor out there and each one is calibrated differently at default. You can find your revision number on the label sticker with your serial number. I have revision 00, assembled in January 2013.

    As for connection, I have no problem with the lack of HDMI as the monitor does not have a speaker anyway. I use an HDMI to DVI cable and a regular 3.5mm audio output for sound from my laptop. It is a bit unfortunate that a DisplayPort cable was not provided as I could have used that for my laptop connection and have the DVI port for my PS3. For PS3, I use HDMI to DVI and a standard PS3 A/V output for the audio. You need to change audio output in the PS3 setting for this to work. For XBOX 360, I use the VGA output which also has L/R audio.

    Set up out of the box was a breeze. The range of movement for this monitor along with the stability of the base is excellent. I love that I can rotate it in portrait mode for web browsing as it gives me a lot of real estate or to play shmups in TATE mode. If you need to rotate it counterclockwise, then just unscrew the four screws in the back plate, rotate it 90 degrees clockwise, and screw it back.

    Playing game on this using the XBOX 360 or PS3, I have noticed no lag or blur images. However, I don’t play any fast moving games like FPS or fighting games so it is not really a big test for the monitor. Watching Blu-ray movies on this monitor is not too bad. While the color is brilliant, the black is not that great. IPS monitors are not known for their great contrast or minimal lag time. If you bought this monitor, then you would have already known that. It is excellent for graphic/photo editing and pretty good for movie and games. Color reproduction of photo’s taken by my camera are very detailed, very accurate. If you want to buy a monitor mainly for games or movies, then go with TN monitor. If you want accurate color reproduction and viewing angle, then go with IPS monitor. If you want something in between as a compromise, then go with VA monitor.

    It’s been one week and it is still working great. I have not seen any dead or stuck pixel. I have also noticed that the monitor does not give off a lot of heat. The monitor control is very easy to use. Sure, there are a lot better monitors out there, but they are very expensive. For $200 plus tax (Texas resident), I think you can do a lot worse than this IPS monitor. Very happy with my purchase.

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  2. Alex says:
    147 of 164 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Be Aware of the Cons, September 17, 2012
    By 
    Alex

    This review is from: Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms (Personal Computers)

    I needed a new monitor to accompany my 15″ macbook pro while at home. After reading glowing reviews of this particular IPS screen I pulled the trigger (purchased directly from Dell). After 2 weeks with the monitor I have decided to return it. More on that later.

    I’ll begin with the pros:

    - Accurate colors (just as good as the 2011 macbook pro 15 screen if not a bit better)
    - Wide viewing angle (no yellowing or change in contrast when viewing from different angles)
    - Excellent on screen menu system (very easy to use, most other brands have terrible screen UI)
    - Superb ergonomics (buttons easily accessible on front of display, tilts and adjusts with ease)
    - Best monitor stand I’ve ever encountered (totally stable, rotates 90 deg for portrait)

    The cons:
    - Anti-glare hard coat. This is the monitor’s achilles heel. It is almost unnoticeable when you’re viewing movies or when the majority of the colors on the screen are dark. However, if the background is a solid light color (white, gray, etc.) there is a terrible haze. It gives you the impression that there is a layer of oil or filth on the screen. Most websites and programs use a solid white background. I could not get used to it. I’m awaiting a Viewsonic IPS monitor now after having done extensive research on an IPS screen without aggressive anti-glare coating. I’ll review this monitor when it arrives.
    - The brightness. The minimum brightness is about as bright as my macbook pro’s maximum brightness. You can reduce the contrast but then you lose color accuracy. It’s a no win situation. The only way I could live with this level of brightness is if I were in a terribly bright setting 24/7.
    - No HDMI. Granted the macbook doesn’t have an HDMI output, but everybody doing external output owns a mini-displayport to HDMI adapter. It does have a displayport input, but they don’t include the necessary cable. You’ll need to spend an extra $10 to get it.

    If you can live with the aggressive anti-glare and high minimum brightness, this is an excellent monitor. If you’re sensitive to screen clarity and light output like I am, it’s probably worth skipping this and doing some more research. I’d begin with Viewsonic (VP2365-LED).

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  3. RampantAndroid says:
    43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Dell is currently shipping A00 revisions instead of A06, April 12, 2013
    By 
    RampantAndroid (Seattle, WA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms (Personal Computers)

    I bought one of these in Summer 2012; its manufacture date is July 2012 and it’s an A05 revision. I bought one last week (April 2013) and it’s an A00 revision made in December 2012. Which means Dell has parts lying around from the ORIGINAL revision and is now shipping those. This is a problem, because the A00 revision is known to have a serious yellow tint issues. Putting the two monitors side by side the new one is noticeably yellow. I’m trying to use my colorimeter to calibrate the two monitors to match, though I have doubts it’ll work very well.

    If I were rating the original A05 monitor, I’d give it 4-5 stars. Reviewing this A00 revision I can only give it 1 star (I’d prefer to give 0 stars) because Dell is abusing customers and using old parts that should NOT be in this monitor at this point. I imagine this is being done to make room for a 2313 model (as opposed to this 2312) like they’re already doing with the 2412 vs the 2413.

    Lesson learned? If you buy from Dell – who is notorious for having multiple revisions like this – make sure you buy everything you want AT THE SAME TIME. Because at the very least even if the monitors have yellow tint issues, they’ll ALL have the same issues, instead of one being good and one being…awful.’

    Update: Calibrating the monitor didn’t really help. I’m returning the monitor to Amazon. Upon further reading, Dell is doing the same nonsense with the U2412 monitors (shipping A00 revs that are marked as being made AFTER the A0_ revs.)

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