You wait ages for a palm-sized LED projector to come along then two turn up [almost] together, with the Dell M115HD bearing a more than passing resemblance to the Optoma ML550 we reviewed... Read more…
It's not a bad monitor.
But I wasnt happy with it when I got it - not satisfied considering what I was expecting it to be - plus, I was going for a 3 mointor set up, the quickly ran out of stock -... Read more…
I don't have a colorimeter, so I can't say how close this comes to full sRGB. Note that this is almost certainly an eIPS monitor with 6-bit colour + AFRC.
In the end, I sent this back to Dell for... Read more…
I'm happy, considering the price point. I did have a moment of panic when I noticed the entire screen was not being used. Used Catalyst Control Center to adjust over/underscan. No worries... Read more…
Overall, I do like this monitor a lot. However, where it does fail with the dark overshoot and price is what brings this down from 5 stars to 3, though 3.5 would be more accurate. There is also... Read more…
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