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Dell 34" UltraSharp Curved Ultra Wide Quad HD IPS Monitor
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|Display Size||34 Inches|
|Resolution||QHD Ultra Wide 1440p|
|Hardware Interface||Mini-DisplayPort, HDMI|
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- Package Dimensions: 98.4 H x 30.0 L x 50.0 W (centimetres)
- Connectivity technology: HDMI
- Package Weight: 20.74 kilograms
- Country of Origin : Spain
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DELL U3415W, UltraSharp. Taille de l'écran: 86,36 cm (34'), Temps de réponse: 5 ms, Luminosité: 300 cd/m². Puissance évaluée de RMS: 18W. Couleur: Noir. Norme VESA: 100 x 100 mm, Réglage de la hauteur: 11,5 cm. Tension d'entrée: 100 - 240V, Fréquence d'entrée: 50/60 Hz, Consommation (max): 130W Discover one of the world's first 34 inch 21:9 curved monitors with a panoramic view, cinematic WQHD resolution and superb sound. - An immersive panoramic experience: The DellTM UltraSharp 34 inch Curved Monitor engages you in a new wrap-around viewing experience with a 21:9 ultra-wide curved screen that offers more display area and enhanced viewing comfort. - Unrivaled usability: Navigate across multiple applications and video inputs with Picture by Picture and Picture in Picture features. - Above and beyond reliable: Get the most from you monitor with our Premium Panel Guarantee, 3-year Limited Hardware Warranty and 3-year Advanced Exchange Service and the Firmware Update Utility Software. Transport yourself to another world Enter a new dimension of multitasking with a curved monitor that delivers an immersive, panoramic screen that surrounds your senses with amazingly detailed edge-to-edge WQHD (3440x1440) imagery and crystal-clear sound. - With a field of view that enlists both your primary and peripheral fields of vision, the 34-inch 21:9 curved screen provides an amazing, in-the-action experience - Rich and engaging sound from dual 9 watt (18W total) integrated speakers transports you further into your digital world - Increase viewing comfort with a more uniform focal distance. This means that with a curved screen, you won't move your eyes as much as with a flat-screen monitor Productive across all screens More connectivity features allow you to multitask on-screen or game
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I don't need two monitors anymore as I just do side by side work on this big rig.
Getting used to a single screen versus a double screen set up up took some effort but I'm used to it now. Mostly.
I have two PCs hooked up to a monitor and use its built-in KVM functionality instead of a relatively expensive Display Port KVM. Its not quite as easy to switch between PCs as it would be for a physical KVM but not too onerous either. Occasionally I've lost the USB connection for my Mouse/Keyboard (which go through the monitor) but this usually returns after a short while. Not a big deal.
It's particularly nice for two people working together.
I don't know what else to say but I will be buying another one of these before too long.
I don't see how anybody could complain about this monitor, although I'm not using it for video games so I cannot comment on that.
Like many who might be interested in this monitor, I agonized over the available options. Thunderbolt would have been a plus, but I ultimately didnt think that I would be using it in the same way that my old Apple Thunderbolt monitor operated, since none of the thunderbolt monitors come with the power cord attached (save $60 on another power adapter) and I didnt want audio going to my monitor. I have a decent set of desktop speakers that I was going to plug directly into the laptop.
It really came down between this and the comparably priced LG 34UC87C. After another round of research, I discovered that both this Dell and the LG I just mentioned use the same panel. At the time I bought, the monitors were equally priced. In the end, I like the Dell's rear-monitor presentation much better, since I'll have the monitor facing me and away from clients who come sit at my desk (though I can push it out of the way with a nifty arm). There is a bit better cable covering and management, which the LG lacks but the slightly more expensive LG models have.
After plugging in my monitor, I was happy to discover that sound DOES go through the mini displayport connection, which I plugged into my MacBook Pro Retina 13" thunderbolt port. I didn't need it and turned it off, but if you were debating a thunderbolt monitor, getting sound to the monitor speakers should not be a factor.
The display is beautiful. Honestly, I was slightly less than thrilled about going with this resolution rather than a traditional-aspect-ratio new 4K monitor. As noted above, I was on an Apple Thunderbolt display at the same pixel density, and really noticed the difference in sharpness compared to the retina display of the MacBook, particularly (perhaps only...) with text.
Well, I dont know if it's new monitor fog or more likely how it's used, but text appears to be sharper. I doubt this is anything other than the fact that one tends to keep this monitor that extra inch or 2 further from your face, an added bonus for your eyes. The wideness, curve, and fitting 3 complete pages side-by-side-by-side really allow you to work well slightly further back.
The colors and brightness are excellent. I know this monitor won a bunch of awards from PC review sites, etc., but honestly, that's really not something anyone notices, even professional reviewers, if you're not doing side-by-side comparisons or have professional calibration equipment. All I can say is that everything looks excellent.
EDGE LIGHT BLEED - I kept reading about this over and over in other reviews and it almost steered me away from the IPS displays altogether. I'm happy to confirm that it's not an issue. If you use this computer in an office environment, you're never going to be reading the Star Wars intro lettering against black space, or late night gaming, sitting in a pitch black room, where such an issue starts to be noticeable to nit-pickers. It's just a normal looking monitor and you simply will not notice light bleed in normal use. It's a non issue.
PRODUCTIVITY - Yes. It was worth every penny. For increasingly digital offices, it shocks me that more people dont understand how important screen space/size is. In my profession, we used to (and still do) get massive desks because work involves pouring over multiple documents at the same time. Now things are going digital and your monitor IS your desk space. I love being able to have my email window, a PDF record document, my Word document, and some thin side IP phone/messaging running all at the same time. No flipping back and forth. Just work.
SPEAKERS - They are clear and sound OK in the top 1/3 of the sound spectrum. They'll help you hear what's going on in a youtube video or for spoken words, but they really dont hold a candle to even a cheap 3-piece computer speaker system. If you care about sound at all, consideration of using your monitor speakers from any of these competitors is not going to satisfy you. To that end, the fact that this Dell has slightly better speakers than the LG should not be a factor in your decision at all.
I hope my review helped you out. I tried to cover everything that held me up the past 2 weeks of my over-researching before making this purchase. Because hey, $700 is a lot of money and not to be thrown away trivially. But, I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
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Looks well built - is as sturdy as anything can be this size! Height / swivel adjustment is good and very smooth.
Display quality excellent. Couldn't ask for more.
Lost one star (due to geek vs bean counter argument?) due inputs? Favours HDMI 2.0 over display port, which would have been my choice.
OK, they likely know better than me :-) I still managed to connect my two machines with no issues.
Minor(?) issue of disposing of the packaging....
Update. One month in. Laid the screen (on the bevels, just) to change the connections. Slipped and dropped.. 4mm? from bevel to screen. Weight of device sufficient to break the display. Not the plastic cover, just the electronics behind it (LCD or whatever).
Lovely display, just rather too fragile. If I can claim insurance, I shall buy another.
Warning: Take great care when connecting cables - it is less robust than I thought.
Not unexpectedly the technical advice about buying a new screen was as crap as their warranty service: I bought a replacement t-con board for $25 which fixed the issue, even though I have really felt like binning this piece of junk for quite some time now (for the reasons below)...
Otherwise, for a piece of equipment in this price range I thought the monitor had unacceptable amounts of bleeding, more than a Samsung at around a third of its price, which I was upgrading from. Connectivity via a thunderbolt to DP or MDP cable was terrible as well: the monitor would randomly disconnect every couple of hours and needed to be switched off and back on again to start working (this was a monitor issue, as I tried different computers and different cables too).
Long story short, I've learnt my lesson and I won't touch a dell product unless I have an extra length barge pole.
The display is silky-smooth and rock-solid at its standard 3440 x 1440 resolution. Very easy on the eyes. The extra screen width soon proved very useful, with the gentle curve being unnoticeable in normal use. Be aware that the screen height is no greater than a 27-inch monitor. This is not an issue, though: I almost instantly adapted to the widescreen feel.
The overall design is very appealing, and the monitor should fit in well to almost any environment. The minimal bezel helps makes it relatively inconspicuous. On the energy side, power consumption should also be a lot less - the U2711 could feel a bit like a radiator in warm weather!
Any downsides? The thicker edges of the U2711 allowed for a couple of USB ports and camera card ports to be fitted down the left edge, where they were very accessible. All the U3415W has by way of easily accessible ports is a single USB-A port on the back near the left edge. All the rest of the ports are behind a removal panel in the centre of the back, and plug in vertically (upwards), so if you can't easily reach the back (perhaps because your desk is against a wall), access is more awkward. I believe the successor model (U3417) has ports that are easier to access.
I just wish I'd bought this monitor a while ago. If you are thinking of getting one, don't hesitate while they are still available.
Aside from the 21:9 aspect ratio being excellent, the screen itself is very nice. I can't accurately measure this, but the colours look good and the uniformity is pretty good too. One of of the most underplayed features of this monitor is its uniformity correction mode. You can expect to pay thousands for this in EIZO or NEC monitors, but this delivers it in a great form factor at a good price and it really does work.
I did think about going for 4k but these are actually more than good enough for my needs. I can't comment about gaming, watching movies etc as I don't use them for that purpose. As a monitor for coding work I think these are hard to beat.
If you have the idea of buying one of these and using your old monitor as a second monitor then it will get expensive as you will immediately want two of them.