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Pros: 95.3% sRGB
Cons: USB ports in bad location
No audio (headphone jack)
No card reader
Other Thoughts: I bought the P2214H to replace an HP ZR22w that could no longer attain brightness above 90cd/m2. I usually run my monitor at 120cd/m2. I wanted the same size and aspect ratio as the HP ZR22w, it fits my application perfectly, and is a great replacement for the ZR22w. I got 95.3% sRGB using a Spyder4Express with Argyll CMS and dispcalGUI. I am very pleased with this result, especially considering my ZR22w was 95% as well, and it was a lot more expensive than the P2214H.
One complaint that I have regarding the P2214H is that the USB ports are on the back side of the monitor, about 3 inches from the bottom. Not great for accessibility. My old ZR22w had a few USB ports in the same location, but it also had two on the left side. This was great, and allowed me to use my monitor as a USB hub. I cannot with the P2214H.
My other complaint is that this monitor is not true 8-bit. It is 6-bit +FRC. I would have preferred 8-bit or 10-bit, but at this price point, it just isn't attainable yet.
Overall, I really like the Dell P2214H as a replacement for my old HP ZR22w, especially for the price that I paid.