You've seen the specials on Dell's new U3014, now see the review

Subject: Displays | September 13, 2013 - 01:27 PM |
Tagged: dell, U3014, 30 inch, 2560x1600

Hardware Canucks have been thoroughly enjoying themselves with the new Dell 30" display, the UltraSharp U3014.  The 2560x1600 display might be expensive but if you can afford the asking price it will not disappoint.  If you look very carefully during fast paced action you might see a hint of ghosting but not enough to distract you from your game.  Professionals will appreciate the 10-bit colour capability and the numerous colour settings will help you while creating content.  Take a look at the full review here.

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"Dell's new flagship monitor, the UltraSharp U3014 is everything we could possibly want. It uses a 16:10 AH-IPS panel, boasts one of the best color rendition scores around and simply outpaces nearly everything else out there."

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Subject: Displays
Manufacturer: Dell

Introduction to the Dell U3011

The days of “Dude, you're getting a Dell” might be long gone but when you are talking about monitors it suddenly becomes apropos again. Dell has been making good quality, large size monitors for long enough to be recognized as a major player in the field and the 30” Dell U3011 is a perfect example of why. Anyone who has seen a true 16:10, 2560x1600 display has probably had the temptation to tell a smug owner of a 50”+ 1080p LCD TV that their computer monitor goes up to 1600p. That jump in resolution has far more effect on your enjoyment than slapping on 3D glasses to watch golf with golfball sized pixels.

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This particular display is a CCFL backlit H-IPS TFT, using an LG LM300WQ5 panel and does indeed have a full 30” viewing area, the actual monitor is over 32” horizontally with the bezel included, something to keep in mind if you plan on using multiple displays. With that great size comes some difficulties, while nowhere near the weigh of a large sized CRT the over 20lbs of the U3011 can make removing it from the box and positioning it interesting to say the least. Also something to keep in mind is that according to Dell, in regular use this monitor draws 110W and can pull up to 250W when USB drives are in use and you’ve bought and installed a Dell Soundbar.