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Pros: Don't know why I got this
Cons: No PS2 port, pretty pathetic for $219.99 board (some of us still use mechanical keyboards); I like using my PS2 during troubleshooting process (USB may be unresponsive at times), Display Port is missing. If rear I/O getting overcrowded for ASUS than remove some USB 2.0 and the problem solved. Ever heard of load and balancing? I see absolutely no thought nor effort being put into this $219.99 board.
Other Thoughts: I was pretty skeptical about buying ASUS product after I had few run-ins with their more than incompetent and dissatisfying customer service. I won’t bore with details, its big mistake on my part; however you don’t have to make that mistake.
Still waiting on my GTX570 RMA, ASUS tells me sorry sir, you’re going to have to wait; we don’t have any 570’s in stock to replace it with. It’s probably been over two weeks now and RMA hasn’t even started yet (RMA# USPT253986).
Pros: It works, but if something does goes go wrong and you need to contact company for warranty you’re on your own. Believe I been trying to get a hold of them month pass by and a single response.
Cons: Been over 6 month still no $20 rebate! So far worst company ever. Will not buy again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: IPS; 16:10 (not 16:9) and resolution is 1920x1200; true 8-bit panel (10-bit ready); Can do 10-bit (However you need Display Port which is what this monitor got); Super high quality stand in full metal; Look up Table with a 12-bit color processor; Great view angle unlike TN; Can do Portrait/landscape mode; LUT (Look Up Table); Color Processor; Dell has great customer service unlike others (Gigabyte or ASUS for example); Professional Quality. 5/5*
Cons: USB 3.0 but really I’m just nit picking.
Other Thoughts: I had ProArt Series PA246Q before I bought this. I was getting high and annoying pitching sound behind panel. Poor service from Asus left me mad. Made five calls even left them voice mail two days in advance. No call back! So after that I send it back to Newegg and bought this - Dell U2410. I got to say that if you’re looking for a quality and great display for gaming, photos or even professional work. This is it! Last advice to you guys is it's cheaper to buy it from DELL directly as of right now it’s $499.99.READ FULL REVIEW