Ben's Bargains Serving Fresh Deals 24/7 Shopping with US Micro Corp has the refurbished Dell 24" UltraSharp U2410 Widescreen LCD Monitor for $200 with free shipping. Uses an H-IPS panel for better color reproduction and viewing angles.

  • 1920x1200, 1000:1 native contrast ratio, 400 cd/m2 brightness
  • 178° H/V viewing angles, 6ms response time, HDCP compatible
  • Retail: $600

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      pmarin Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 2:55 pm PST 11/14/13

      I'd be wary of refurbs on these monitors. I had some bad experience with Dell off-lease (not refurb, though) monitors -- they had clearly both been used for a long time and had some screen defects; one has a power supply issue and sometimes randomly flashes on and off for a while when I start using it. I know these are refurb and may be better than what I got. Unfortunately I didn't get to really use mine till after the 30-day return time.

      If you want a 24" 1920x1200 monitor (and I love that aspect ratio -- much better than the 1080 crap) -- look for 2412s (at good prices) or 2413s. I got two 2412s a few months ago for $500 ($250 each) from Microsoft Store. They were totally new in the box with full warranty; no issues at all; they have been great.

      To me, if you can get a new 2412 for $250, it's not worth it to pay $200 for an older model refurb with short warranty and possibly a lot of hours already on it.

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      Wayno Ben's cred: 113
      Posted 5:15 pm PST 11/14/13

      Rakuten... what the heck does that mean? Liked them better (and bought more stuff from them) when they were

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      TeeTee Ben's cred: 11
      Posted 6:04 pm PST 11/14/13

      Yea I agree about the name. No idea why they would change it. As for the monitors, I am a big fan of Dell Ultra sharps. But I would buy a brand new one.

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      orinlboy Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 6:19 pm PST 11/14/13 is a Japanese company that bought out, if I remember correctly.

      2412 is cheaper for a reason. It's consumer oriented vs the 2410 which was more professional oriented. 2410 has a lot more features over the 2412. If you don't need things like HDMI, component-in, audio-out (for sound bar), then the 2412 is fine. There's a lot of monitors specs also, but I won't get into that. But at this point, I'd get the 2413.

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      Fannatick Ben's cred: 65
      Posted 6:04 am PST 11/15/13

      orinlboy is correct, they were bought by a Japanese company. I've heard bad things about Rakuten and them spamming/selling your info.

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      suednim Ben's cred: 117
      Posted 12:29 pm PST 11/15/13

      B/com had such a bad rep they had to change the name.

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      Draxanoth Ben's cred: 12
      Posted 3:01 pm PST 11/15/13

      Stay away from refurbs on these. The LG panels used in these and the very similar HP were notorious for green/pink shift, and dirt between the glass layers.

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