What makes the display perform so well is its 1920×1200 resolution, 6ms response time, 3000:1 image contrast ratio and TrueColor technology. Dell also wisely made sure that no matter the media source you’re using, you can hook it up to the 2408WFP without difficulty. Featured connections include DVI, VGA, HDMI, component, and composite inputs, ensuring the monitor easily complements nearly any home or office configuration.
Design: From the back, you're looking at a mostly silver enclosure, which runs along the foot and neck of the stand with a large silver Dell logo at the top. The screen rotates 45 degrees to the left and right, and about 30 degrees back. The screen also pivots 90 degrees to the left into portrait mode, but you'll have to rotate the screen back first before you can actually pivot it as the stand is in the way normally. This is a minor gripe, but it's something we hope Dell will consider when they choose to redesign this chassis.
- Size: 24"WS
- Colour Depth 16.7M (8-bit), 102% NTSC colour gamut
- Resolution 1920 x 1200
- Viewing Angles 178 / 178
- Response Time 6ms G2G
- Panel Technology S-PVA
- Contrast Ratio 3000:1 DRC (1300:1 static)
- Interfaces DVI (x2) with HDCP, D-sub, DisplayPort, HDMI, S-video, Composite, Component
- Brightness 400 cd/m2
- Colour Black bezel, with silver finish stand
- Special Features Tilt, height, rotate and pivot ergonomic adjustments. 9-in-2 card reader, 4x USB 2.0 ports