Dell doesn’t seem to retire any of its Ultrasharp 24 monitors. It’s still actively selling its models from as far back as 2012, which means there are four generations availablesimultaneously: the U2412M (2012), U2413 (2013), U2415 (2015) and the most recent U2417H. If each generation built on the previous, it wouldn’t be such a confusing line, but that’s not how it works. For example, the 2013 model has the largest color gamut (99 percent Adobe RGB) with a slightly higher-than-FHD resolution of 1,920×1,200, while the more recent 2017 model has a smaller color gamut of 99 percent sRGB and standard FHD 1,920×1,080 resolution. That’s why the older model is more expensive. The U2417H introduced the company’s narrow-bezel InfinityEdge design to the series, though, so while it can’t compete with that model for color-critical work, within its limits it delivers excellent accuracy for watching movies, shopping and so on at its price while looking nicer than the rest.
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