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Front view

A view directly in front, showing the stable and crisp image.

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Side view

A side view. The colors retain their fidelity.

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Extreme side view.

Only at this extreme angle does the image begin to lose its footing.

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Low angle.

A view from below (no really), showing the U2410's excellent lower viewing angle.

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Removable stand.

Yep. The stand can be removed and the panel mounted, VESA-style.

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The foot.

Dell eschews the "bird-foot style footstand of the 208WFP for a more practical one.

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Profile.

Not too thick, but definitely not slim.

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Side connections.

A multi-card reader and USB ports.

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More connections

From left to right, Speaker power, DisplayPort, HDMI, and (the first) DVI.

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Even more...connection options

The second DVI and VGA.

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Yes, more connections...

Component, audio out, and a couple more USBs round out the connections.

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OSD-1

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OSD-2

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OSD-3

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