Dell intros G2410H WLED Monitor

Dell has introduced the successor to its G2410 monitor, the G2410H. The new monitor features a 24-inch Twisted Nematic panel (1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz), 5ms response time, brightness of 250 cd/m2, contrast ratio of 1,000:1, max viewing angle of  vertical/horizontal – 160°/170° and WLED backlighting.

It uses recycled plastic in its chassis and packaging and environmentally preferable materials in many components.  The display feature arsenic-free glass and mercury-free LED backlight and external chassis uses more than 25% post-consumer recycled materials. It also feature Ambient Light Sensor, which adjusts brightness to help minimize power use, and increase user comfort and has less than 0.15W standby power when in sleep mode.

Dell G2410H 24-inch Monitor

The G2410H is available  with a three-year warranty for $339.

Dell G2410H 24-inch Monitor

Dell G2410H 24-inch Monitor

Dell G2410H 24-inch Monitor

Source: Dell

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