At this very moment, wherever we look, we find screens. The entire world is dependent on a screen to function smoothly. To keep up with the pace, we must have a knowledge of the monitor, where we shall have to spend a part of our lifetime.
To help you buy the right monitor, I bring you my readers The Dell P2419H Monitor Review. A monitor that looks beautiful to its core; it is an ultra-slim monitor that offers ergonomic support while having rich connectivity that aids the user in numerous ways.
With the features that this monitor has to offer, I hope to provide you with an explanation of the product, in the best way possible.
Dell P2419H Specifications
VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort
8 ms (normal), 5 ms (fast)
full HD (1920 x 1080)
Dell P2419H Monitor Features
- The Dell P2419H Monitor comes with a 24-inch screen, having a resolution of 1920×1080, with full HD (1080p) and an IPS panel. This IPS display has a peak brightness of 250-nits.
- The monitor comes with HDMI, VGA, and Display ports.
- The dell monitor has an aspect ratio of 16:9, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1, a wide viewing angle facilitated by In-plane Switching (IPS) technology and supports 8-bit colour depth. The panel used by this monitor is better than its previous iteration – Dell P2417H.
- The Dell P2419H Monitor Review has a response time of 8ms during the normal preset mode. In comparison, it switches to 5ms if fast mode is switched on, thereby reducing ghosting and motion blur.
- The monitor weighs 3.26kgs, measures at 14.02 inches in height, and has a width of 6.54 inches. The monitor consumes 18 watts of power.
Included in the Box
The Dell monitor, 1-stand, 1-power cord, 1- display port cable.
- The On-Screen Display (OSD) consists of adjustable settings such as brightness/contrast, colour setting that includes hue/saturation and also, input source selection. Sadly, gamma presets are not available. You shall use the monitor’s hotkey to swap among several presets.
- You shall fix the cables, behind the Dell P2419H Monitor Review, before setting it up because the posterior side is not easily accessible after set-up.
Yes, it does work. It would be best if one used the Thunderbolt to HDMI connector cable though.
No, it does not. The Dell 24 Ultra-thin Monitor (S2419HM) supports HDR.