A new study finds that you can’t beat the $350 Dell U2413HM as a 3D TV, but it also doesn’t make sense for your next-generation system.
The new research suggests that, on average, $350 is just as good as the cheapest model, the Dell U2813HM, which has a 4K screen, 4K resolution, and a whopping $300 less than the $380 Dell U2313HM.
The U23 13HM was also $250 cheaper than the U24 13HM, the only difference being that it has a slightly larger bezel.
We can’t get a good picture of the difference in price, but the Dell’s 4K is sharper and more vivid, and we also love the larger bezels.
If you’re looking to build a system that has 4K and an extra $300, we’d suggest the Dell.
But if you’re in the market for a 3.2K display and you need something that’s a bit more affordable, the U23 is a better choice.
As for the best 3D monitor, that’s up to you.
For the average consumer, you can use the Dell to watch movies on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu Plus, and other streaming services.
But that’s not a good fit for the $300 to $400 gamer who needs a big screen and is willing to spend a little more on the U.S. version of the model.
(A more affordable version is also available for $350, and the U21HD model is even more impressive.)
If you want a solid system for gaming, the Acer Aspire E5 comes in at the top of the list.
It has an incredible $499 price tag, but its 4K IPS screen and dual-LED setup make it perfect for gaming.
If we had to pick one of the more affordable monitors, we would say the Dell 2413HM is the way to go.
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