Dell UltraSharp U2412m review: Filled to the rim with value

As the follow-up to 2009's Dell UltraSharp U2410, the U2412m has quite a bit to live up to.

The edge of a 40 foot drop isn't the best place to do your computing, but it makes for a real pretty picture. Josh Miller/CNET

The Dell UltraSharp U2412m trades in the series' staple, the H-IPS panel, for a cheaper and lower-performing E-IPS panel.

I'll admit to being a bit disappointed when I learned Dell went with a cheaper panel. However, what this enables it to do is offer a monitor full of ergonomic features, a fully stocked OSD, and--despite its less-than-stellar viewing angles--excellent performance at a great price.

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