What makes Dell monitors so exclusive?
As Jgstew mentioned, their warranty support for businesses is great.
The Apple cinema displays are fantastic with regards to image quality, however they sort of pigeonhole you to use a mac laptop (with thunderbolt, the magsafe adapter) and do not even support DVI or VGA. Legacy port and option for multiple ways to connect have been important to me, and the companies I worked for.
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Dell Ultrasharp displays are probably next best to an Apple Cinema display.
Companies often buy Dell computers and monitors together, and often because of the warranties that they purchase with them, not so much the monitors themselves. Dell has very good warranty support for businesses.
Personally, I do not anticipate being able to afford Apple Cinema displays, so I usually purchase Dell monitors, or an off brand if it is a good price. This really depends on what my use-case is. I don't care as much about the overall quality if I am not going to use the display for editing Photos or Video, or other color sensitive work. Even so, calibrating your display is much more important than just the relative quality of the display. I'd rather work on a lower end calibrated display than a higher end un-calibrated display.
Here is an inexpensive color calibrator: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000OFC1YY/ref=as_li_ss_...
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