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|Created:||Friday, October 16, 2020|
|Members:||Friday, October 16, 2020 at 12:37 eastern (11 days ago)|
|Public:||Friday, October 16, 2020 at 13:20 eastern|
|Location:||Dell.com (click this link)|
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|Countries:||available in USA|
|Details:||Two 24" Monitors With Dual Stand for $136|
(expired: price raised)
2-pack of Dell 24-inch P2419H IPS Monitors with MDS19 Dual Monitor Stand for $150.51. Add one to the cart, then apply code STAND4SMALL to get 10% off, making the price $135.46 plus tax.
According to the "What's in the Box" section of the product description, this purchase includes:
The MDS19 seems to be a decent dual-monitor stand. According to the description on Amazon, it can pivot, tilt, and rotate the two monitors side-by-side. Here is a review with photo that shows one monitor rotated. There are several complaints about the stand's limited height adjustment range.
If you want better height adjustment, you could buy a Mount It Dual Monitor Arm for $42.50.
One major factor to consider is the possibility of a shorter warranty. We cannot find any indication of the warranty length of the monitors, so it is likely these two monitors will not be covered by Dell's 3-year Advanced Exchange Warranty. In comparison, if you add the regular P2419H to your cart, it clearly shows the warranty in the full specs. The two-monitor bundle does not show any warranty, so if you want a 3-year warranty, do not buy the bundle.
Another downside is the maximum 1920x1080 (1080p) resolution, while many other 24-inch monitors go to up 3840x2160 (4K). It's also not the best choice for games, since the 5-8 millisecond response time may cause a ghosting effect while fast-moving objects move across the screen.
We own three of the smaller 22-inch versions of this monitor (the P2219H) and believe these and other P-series Dell monitors are a great choice for someone who stares at a computer screen all day. The P-Series, as well as Dell's Ultrasharp series, have text clarity sharper than some "gaming" monitors we tried. We like how the screen is so close to the edge (about 0.18 inches by our measurement). Dell's build quality is good, and these are very thin and weigh less than our 15-year old 20" Dell Ultrasharp that died last week.