Beautiful 4K screen. I run on a Macbook Pro 13 "2015 in the retina mode and it works flawlessly. Going over to the Retina / HiDPI is a boost: the text and the image will be so much nicer. The programs and picture deal with a lot.
It is slightly warmer colors than the MacBook. Had probably preferred the same white balance, but has not adjusted it yet.
+ IPS panel. Better color, viewing angle.
+ Do not PWM (pulse-width modulation high-frequency flicker when brightness decreases and causes fatigue).
+ USB3 hub with four ports added.
- The menus are not 4K but "low-resolution" which pulls down feeling. Now, do we not take them daily, but still ...
- Lacks sometimes built-in speakers.
Audit A04. (It wakes up from sleep with no problem)
Overall a very good and prsivärd screen. After you have become accustomed to 4K resolution, it feels full HD monitors hopelessly omordena and unpleasant to use. Above all text-based graphics and digital photography, for example, win really really much at the higher resolution.
The screen is bright, and has good color rendering, but could have had better blacks and contrast. It thus serves well in everything from offices to sparsely lit room, but I recommend it to, for example, film viewing is in dark rooms. Here smokes 2 stars.
I also draw a star to Dispalayport inputs on the screen do not behave as they should, but the screen does not wake up when the computer wakes up (not the graphics card related, but sometime now and then I have to unplug the power cable to the monitor to get the to wake up again). Is in its third monitor now, and unfortunately, the problem remains p.g.a problems at Dell. The error shall be completely corrected from the Audit A03 claiming them, so it will probably be a complaint to.
Fantastic satisfied with this display. Meets all my criteria.
The only downside is that 1080p does not look good. Then there is the ratio 4: 1 pixel basis the image should look almost like native resolution, but Dell Arna do not fix it.
This display had to replace my old U2412M 24 "(1920x ...) and it basically looks the same on the desktop with the same type of foot shape. I have now had the screen in a few days and is completely sick satisfied.
I run it alone display under Windows 8.1 with 200% scaling (to combine with the displays of other DPI is not recommended in either Windows or Ubuntu in the current situation).
With 200% -skalning it means that everything is almost as big as a 1920 display with 100% -skalning. The only difference is that the text is completely clear pleasant reading. I use the computer almost exclusively to that program, and this upgrade was a pure delight to the eye! You just have to see it!
Some backlight bleed in the lower corners, disturb not me and my application. No dead pixels.
Have had the screen for a few days now. After about two weeks of googling and pulp reviews about each 4k model on the market (7 May 2015), I concluded that it is this screen I should spend my money on.
This is what I usually do at your computer:
- Reading and writing a lot (plug, encode, surfing, etc.)
- Plays pretty much, a few hundred hours of gameplay just BF4.
- Edit photos in Photoshop and Lightroom. Sometimes Illustrator.
Briefly, this screen exceeded my expectations. Perfect in every way possible. My biggest concern was playing when I expected that the screen would not keep up with, but it did and I felt no difference between this screen and my old TN 1080p 2ms Samsung screen.
The only thing worth thinking about is that if you want to run the game at 4k, make sure you have hardware that can handle it. For that running games in less resolution than the native 4k, you will experience what is called interpolation.
I will try to keep this review updated if it turns up any problems. Buy screen.