REVIEW: Dell U2410 Part 2
The monitor is well packaged and the process of mounting it on its stand is described clearly in a brief guide. In terms of cable, we found a power cable, a DVI cable, a DisplayPort cable (not a mini-DisplayPort), A VGA cable attached to the monitor, a USB upstream cable, driver and documentation CD and a colour calibration report, which is created individually for each model.
As is now usual for many monitors, no printed manual or HDMI cable is included. The power cable provided is not visible in the picture.
When it comes to adjustment options, the Dell U2410 is certainly at the forefront. The height adjustment is perfectly balanced and can be changed using the little finger; the monitor has an adjustment range of 10 cm and can be dropped to about 5 cm distance from the table.
The monitor has a very good height adjustment and also offers a pivot function if required. (Picture: Dell)
Furthermore, it has a pivot function and an adjustable tilting angle of 3 degrees forwards to 21 degrees backwards. The monitor or base can also be turned 45 degrees left or right.
The adjustment of the Dell U2410 is generously organised. (Picture: Dell)
The base is massive in its structure, has a large standing surface of about one DIN-A4-Blatt is made of metal, with only the coverings made of plastic. By means of a snap mechanism, the monitor can easily be removed from the base and connected to a VESA mount. The silver metal middle section has a space in the centre and can be used as a cable manager.
Massive metal that is almost one centimetre thick is built in under the base.
With somewhat skilled hands, the base can be modified in such a way that the monitor can be screwed to the wall.
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