This 27-inch monitor is definitely among the best around with great color accuracy, deep blacks, very wide viewing angles, and a capacious 2560 x 1440 resolution. Inputs include HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, Component, Composite, and VGA, so you can hook it up to just about any computer, Blu-ray player, or even your old VHS deck. If you can afford it — and have room on your desk — it's worth its $800 price tag. Otherwise, our top-recommended display, the $300, 24-inch U2412M, is a great choice.
The Dell UltraSharp U2711 lives up to its name and displays an excellent array of colors. While it may have some trouble with the dark grays this monitor makes up for that in its numerous features and keeping a good track record, as far as Dell's go.
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