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Dell UltraSharp U2713H 27" Monitor
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Lowest price ever on the venerable U2713H monitor from Amazon. Coupon code needed.

Coupon code:  WA8N6R2B

1 monitor for $709.99 after coupon
2+ monitors for $689.99/ea after coupon


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U2713H for $689.99 (2 or more, or $709 for 1) via Amazon. Prime eligible. Usually runs about $800.

This is a high end professional monitor, I have two of them. I upgraded from a lower-end U2713HM and it's a visible improvement.

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  • Response time: 6ms (grey to grey)
  • 2560 x 1440 resolution
  • AH IPS panel
  • Integrated 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub
  • 99% AdobeRGB and 100% sRGB at a deltaE of less than 2
  • 120% color gamut
  • DisplayPort 1.2
  • mini-DisplayPort
  • DVI-DL (HDCP)
  • HDMI

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Looks amazing... but hard to find $700 in the budget for one of these, unless it is a work expense.

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not a touch screen too rich for my cheap FWbuttocks

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Love this monitor. Got it for about the same price 6 months ago. Great for processing RAW images.

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Are these much better than U2713HM?

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For this resolution (2560 x 1440), I would definitely go 30" or above. The charactors are too small in its native mode.

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A great monitor. Got it for $440 refurb directly from Dell a few months ago.

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xpolarx said:   Are these much better than U2713HM?

  I have had the H, but not the HM. The review site hardwarecanucks.com had this to say:
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com:

The U2713H differs from its sibling, the U2713HM in a number of key areas. While screen size and resolution are identical, that’s where the similarities stop. In Dell nomenclature a model ending in ‘M’ indicates a more budget orientated version with a mere 16+ million color range while the U2713H is capable of over 1 billion colors. The next generation AH-IPS panel also grants the non-M model a quicker response time of 6ms versus 8ms. Discerning gamers should be able to pick up this differences since it will all but eliminate ghosting.

Naming convention aside, these two monitors are as different as two 27” 1440p monitors can be. The U2713H is a drool worthy 10-bit, ultra wide color gamut “PremierColor” monitor which has its sights set on the professional market. On the other side of the coin, the U2713HM is a mainstream orientated model which can offer vast real-estate to consumers who are primarily concerned with value. Both of these monitors do cover off the majority of the 27” buying public nicely but the newer model has clearly superior hardware specifications and this ability increase is reflected a stratospheric MSRP of $999.


 

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interesting read, i have been thinking about the U2413 myself.  i think the 27 is a little too big and not sure if the 1440 resolution is for me, i have a 25.5 Samsung @1200 and have been very happy with it for work and gaming.  anyone know what the H means in the U2714H?

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Wow, they're really gushing in the conclusion of the article:
http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/... 

The new Dell UltraSharp U2713H is not only a true successor to the U2711 but it also happens to be the best monitor Dell has ever released. Granted, at $999, this may be one of the more expensive 27” monitors around but from a picture quality perspective, you’d be hard pressed to find an alternative that doesn’t cost hundreds more.

Be it color reproduction, contrast, power consumption or motion performance, the U2713H improves upon its predecessor –the oft-mentioned U2711- in every category. Meanwhile, the anti glare coating, 6 axis color adjustment, an integrated USB 3.0 hub and excellent factory calibration allow the U2713H to also significantly outpace the U2713(HM?)’s abilities as well. These factors combine to create what can only be deemed a perfect solution for professionals who have been looking for a Cinema Display alternative with a wider range of features than Apple offers.

While professionals will fall in love with Dell’s new UltraSharp, gamers and average consumers will also appreciate everything it has to offer. The amount of immersion provided here is simply astounding, regardless of its lack of a 120Hz refresh rate. You don’t just use the U2713H, you experience it.

This really is as close to professional and gaming nirvana as you are likely to get this side of the $2000 mark.


 

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At this price point I would just get a  Dell P2815Q  4K LED monitor. Yes the P2815Q is not an UltraSharp but at CES last month the P2815Q  image quality looked far superior to the U2713H sitting beside it . Plus even though the P2815Q only supports 4K @ 30hz it also supports 2560 x 1440 @ 80hz which is identical to the U2713H.

Edit Also the OP's Amazon U2713H deal is from a new third party seller and NOT Amazon. (IMO it is  probably the OP hocking his own Dell wares) Good luck getting Dell to honor any warranty service on these as Dell no longer allows warranty transfers of Dell equipment sold though unauthorized resellers.

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cnlsfg said: At this price point I would just get a Dell P2815Q 4K LED monitor. Yes the P2815Q is not an UltraSharp but at CES last month the P2815Q image quality looked far superior to the U2713H sitting beside it . Plus even though the P2815Q only supports 4K @ 30hz it also supports 2560 x 1440 @ 80hz which is identical to the U2713H.

Edit Also the OP's Amazon U2713H deal is from a new third party seller and NOT Amazon. (IMO it is probably the OP hocking his own Dell wares) Good luck getting Dell to honor any warranty service on these as Dell no longer allows warranty transfers of Dell equipment sold though unauthorized resellers.


Comparing this to the P2815Q is apples to oranges.

The P2815Q is a TN panel, not designed for high accuracy color reproduction, not wide gamut. The fact that color space coverage specs aren't even provided should be a tip-off.

Also the seller's info says they are a Dell registered reseller. Don't be such a crank :-P

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Also...

No one said this is the best monitor for everyone or every application. But this is an outstanding deal on this particular monitor for anyone who has been considering it.

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xpolarx said:   Are these much better than U2713HM?
  They are pretty much same for most users. Save some money by buying HM.
  I got refurbished U2713HM for $410, beats apple thunderbolt 27" which I had for almost 2 years.
 

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faw169 said:   For this resolution (2560 x 1440), I would definitely go 30" or above. The charactors are too small in its native mode.
  yes grandpa, also buy good eyeglasses.

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cnIsfg said:   At this price point I would just get a  Dell P2815Q  4K LED monitor. Yes the P2815Q is not an UltraSharp but at CES last month the P2815Q  image quality looked far superior to the U2713H sitting beside it . Plus even though the P2815Q only supports 4K @ 30hz it also supports 2560 x 1440 @ 80hz which is identical to the U2713H.
 

  I thought the same, and actually bought the P2815Q. It went back after 2 days. Picture quality is HORRIBLE (even the black text on a white background - like outlook, is so incredibly faded out). I haven't used the U2713H, but I have the U2713HM (cheaper version), and it is a MUCH better pick than the P2815Q. I would imagine that the U2713H is even better.
I returned the P2815Q and am waiting for a 30% off outlet monitors at Dell to get another U2713HM (I need two monitors)

BTW, P2815Q doesn't support 2560x1440 at 80hz - the best it can do is 1920x1080 at 60Hz.

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$744.99 (Current Price after clicking the URL) - $30 off = 714.99 (?)

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cnlsfg said: At this price point I would just get a Dell P2815Q 4K LED monitor. Yes the P2815Q is not an UltraSharp but at CES last month the P2815Q image quality looked far superior to the U2713H sitting beside it . Plus even though the P2815Q only supports 4K @ 30hz it also supports 2560 x 1440 @ 80hz which is identical to the U2713H.

Edit Also the OP's Amazon U2713H deal is from a new third party seller and NOT Amazon. (IMO it is probably the OP hocking his own Dell wares) Good luck getting Dell to honor any warranty service on these as Dell no longer allows warranty transfers of Dell equipment sold though unauthorized resellers.


Comparing this to the P2815Q is apples to oranges.

The P2815Q is a TN panel, not designed for high accuracy color reproduction, not wide gamut. The fact that color space coverage specs aren't even provided should be a tip-off.

Also the seller's info says they are a Dell registered reseller. Don't be such a crank :-P
 

  STOP promoting your own Amazon marketplace listing here on FW.  Nowhere does it state the seller is a Dell authorized reseller. In fact Dell states White Hat computer is on their blacklist for unauthorized reselling of Dell products not purchased for resell and Dell will NOT honor ANY warranty on Dell product resold by them.   Call 1-877-766-3355 ask if you don't believe it.

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Price raised up $5

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