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    U2713HM is recommended ? (backlight bleeding)

    Hi all !

    I need to upgrade my ole 226bw to an 27inch 2560x1440 display. I use it mainly for audio work and needs much more "real estate".

    I wouldn't mind fast response for some gaming in the future as well... (it's 8ms display, is it "fast" at all?)

    I read about Dell's backlight bleeding problems and a bit worried to pay about 800$ and get something which is not good enough...

    Can anyone comment about this ? problem is that where I live (outside the US) it's the less expensive 27inch/1440p monitor available...
    I wouldn't mind paying half that for a mediocre monitor but there isn't any other choice, so paying that much I would really like to get a superior quality display.

    Thanks !
    Last edited by gilwe; March 30th, 2014 at 08:48 AM.

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    If concerned about costs and you like glossy screens, less costly IPS panel alternative, DELL S2740L.
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    Hi, thanks!

    I need 2560x1440 and the S2740L is 1080p...

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    I personally would choose Dell U2711. It does not have backlight bleeding problems. It has faster response time (6 ms vs 8 ms in U2713).

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    Quote Originally Posted by kredd View Post

    I personally would choose Dell U2711. It does not have backlight bleeding problems. It has faster response time (6 ms vs 8 ms in U2713).
    Dell U2713H Black 27" 6ms (GTG) HDMI IPS-panel Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor height&pivot adjustable 350 cd/m2 DC 2,000,000:1 (1000:1) w/premier color
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