We purchase our own monitors and put them under the same test bench, so that you can compare the results easily. No cherry-picked units sent by brands. It is an impressive monitor for office use, with great screen real-estate and some impressive multitasking features, including Picture-in-Picture PIP and Picture-by-Picture PBPand the USB Hub allows you to use one keyboard and mouse with two computers.
Unfortunately, it doesn't perform as well in a dark room, and there is significant overshoot that causes motion smearing. It also doesn't support HDR, which is surprising for a premium Dell monitor. The Dell UDW is a good monitor for most uses. It has a good stand that can easily be adjusted to an optimal viewing position. It gets decently bright and has very good reflection handling, great for a bright room.
The high resolution, large screen is great for multitasking or for an immersive gaming experience. It has low input lag and decent motion handling. Very good monitor for office use.
The monitor can display two inputs at the same time, great if you telecommute and have a work and personal computer on the same desk. The stand is easily adjustable to an ideal viewing position. It has very good viewing angles, which is really important with a screen this size.
Very good monitor for gaming. It has decent motion handling, but the overshoot may cause some noticeable smearing in motion. It has excellent low input lag regardless of input resolution. The large, high resolution curved screen provides a more immersive gaming experience. Some gamers may be disappointed by the 60 Hz refresh rate and lack of VRR support.
Good monitor for multimedia. It has decent motion handling and a great response time, so there is little motion blur in fast moving objects. It has very good viewing angles, great for sharing the latest YouTube trends with some friends. Unfortunately, it doesn't look as good in a dark room due to the mediocre contrast ratio, as blacks look gray in a dark room. This is a good monitor for media creation. It has a large, high resolution screen that allows you to see more of your project at once.
It has very good viewing angles, great for sharing your project with a nearby coworker. Unfortunately, the Adobe RGB color gamut coverage is less than ideal for professionals working in photo or video editing. The stand is identical to the older UW.
It has a unique trapezoid shape, and like most Dell stands, it is very slim, allowing you to place small objects directly in front of the monitor. Mediocre ergonomics. The height of the monitor can be adjusted, and it can tilt and swivel, so you can easily turn your monitor for an impromptu meeting at your desk.
The display can't be rotated, but with the large, curved design, you wouldn't really want to anyway. The back of the monitor is very plain.I bought one of these for a MacBook Pro. It worked so well I purchased a second one for another MacBook Pro. The second one does not seem to allow for the higher resolution modes. MAC doesn't find them. The old one, works great. The problem follows the monitor. I can move either MAC to the old monitor, and get the high resolution modes.
I can put either MAC on the new monitor, and not get the high resolution modes. I've tried holding the select key on your menu next to the USB Type-C to change versions, no difference.
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Dell does not provide support of this monitor on Apple operating system and hardware. You should also ask the Apple users on their Forum if they have any troubleshooting steps to offer when connecting to the MacBook Pro's. This means that firmware M3B was never posted by Dell. We do not have access to firmware M3B View solution in original post. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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Accepted Solutions. Not applicable. Dell Support Resources. Sign up to ask a question now.For my Dell internal notes, click my name and private message me both of the UDW service tag number and 20 digit serial number. Dell does not repair monitors.
We only exchange them after the fault has been replicated when testing on our validated Windows 10 operating system. The problem is continuing. Now I'm going to try connecting my power supply "brick" directly to my laptop to stop it from trying to draw power from the monitor itself.
After that, I'm going to ask my colleague who is using the other UDW monitor with his MacBook Pro to switch monitors with me for a time to see if he has the same problem. It might be an issue with the USB-C slots on my laptop. Seems like the problem is related to low battery charge on my laptop.
Big relief -- I don't want to stop using my fancy new monitor. I've been using Apple laptops for decades, and it's always been the case that if my laptop isn't connected to external power source, it can't easily drive an external display. Probably this is true for all laptops? Sounds correct to me.
If the battery level of the device is below a certain percentage, the monitor connectivity is intermittent. While I understand you can simply plug in an external AC adapter, the whole reason we spend the extra money on these monitors is for the simplicity of the monitor being able to function also as a full dock. I'm hoping a future firmware release will address this. The last release did a lot to make these monitors usable with non-Dell devices. Browse Community. Turn on suggestions.
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What happens is: I type on my external keyboard USB, connected to the monitor for a bit less than a minute and the connection breaks. Then, I type on my laptop keyboard for a bit using my laptop screen and the connection comes back. This cycle happens about two or three times a per minute. Maybe this is overloading the monitor's ability to transmit and receive both power, video signal, and keyboard signal? Then, when I switch back to using my laptop keyboard, the USB-C cable doesn't have to transmit as much -- just power.
When the load lightens, the monitor is able to detect the laptop signal again. When I go back to using my external keyboard again, which is connected to the monitor, the cycle repeats. The monitors were purchased in Febso it surely must be under some kind of warranty. Is there a fix for this Labels 3. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
USB-C -- such a convenience! But maybe not working all that well just yet? Spyhunter 1 Copper.Everything works fine when the computer is awake The problem comes when the ThinkPad turns off the display after a few minutes.
This causes the monitor to show that it is hunting for a signal, and after a few seconds it goes into power saving mode. This in turn cuts power to the USB keyboard. I can tell because the keyboard backlight goes out.
Then, about one second later, the keyboard backlight comes back on, and I hear the Windows sound for a USB peripheral being plugged in.
The a few seconds later, the keyboard backlight goes out again and I hear the Windows "usb device unplugged" sound again. This repeats indefinitely until I press a key on the laptop keyboard to wake up the display again. It's important to note that the power settings on the laptop are such that it first turns off the display after 5 minutes, and then after 10 minutes, it goes into sleep mode. The above problem happens when the display is turned off after 5 minutes.
It is not caused by sleep mode on the computer. It is caused by the monitor going into power saving mode when it loses the video signal from the laptop after 5 minutes. After some searching, I found that some other Dell monitors have a setting in the OSD to keep power to the USB ports on the monitor even when the monitor goes into power saving or standby mode.
I looked for a similar option in my UDW but I do not find it. I do see a "USB" option in the "Personalize" menu in my monitor, and I thought maybe that's where such a setting would be found, but that USB option is disabled greyed out on my monitor. Can anyone provide some guidance on how to prevent this problem? Other than just disabling the option in my laptop to turn off the screen after 5 minutes. Go to Solution. A Dell rep responded to me by private message, and suggested a firmware update.
That took care of it. Goes to show, always do a firmware update even on a brand-new monitor. View solution in original post.
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Showing results for. Search instead for.We purchase our own monitors and put them under the same test bench, so that you can compare the results easily. No cherry-picked units sent by brands. The MacBook Pro has a great screen, but sometimes, it's just too small. Preferably, you want a monitor that supports USB-C with power delivery, which allows you to connect your MacBook Pro to the display and charge it using a single cable.
Additionally, macOS works best with monitors that have a pixel density close to either or PPI. So while our recommendations have the optimal pixel density for the best performance, they don't necessarily have a USB-C port. Due to numerous complaints of compatibility issues and Dell's unwillingness to offer support to those affected, all Dell monitors have been removed from our list of recommendations for the time being and until the situation is resolved.
At this time, we don't test for compatibility; if you run into any issues using a monitor when connected to a MacBook, please let us know in the discussions below.
We've reviewed more than monitors, and below are our recommendations for the best MacBook Pro monitors to purchase. It's mainly designed for gaming, and it delivers great overall performance for most uses.
It's well-built with amazing ergonomics, allowing you to place it how you like. It uses an IPS panel that provides wide viewing angles, great for sharing your screen with others.
It performs well in most brightly-lit office environments as it gets bright enough to combat glare and has decent reflection handling. It has a flicker-free backlight and some nice extra features like built-in speakers. If you're going to use it for gaming, it has an outstanding response time, a very low input lag, and it has native FreeSync support to reduce screen tearing. Sadly, it doesn't have a USB hub, so you can't charge your MacBook and display an image from it with a single cable.
It's not ideal for photo editors as its coverage of the Adobe RGB color space is a bit limiting, and there's noticeable color bleed when displaying vertical bars of solid colors, which isn't good for photo editing.
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On the upside, it has excellent gray uniformity, so solid colors across the screen look great. Overall, this is the best monitor for MacBook Pro we've seen. Like the ASUS, it also gets bright enough to combat glare, it has good reflection handling, and its IPS panel provides wide viewing angles. Sadly, it has a really low contrast ratio, so blacks appear closer to gray when viewed in the dark. On the upside, it's also a great gaming monitor with outstanding response time and really low input lag.
Lastly, it also has a flicker-free backlight, which helps reduce eye strain during those long work hours. It has a p resolution with a aspect ratio, offering you enough space to open multiple windows at once.
Although it's mainly designed to be for gaming, it offers good overall performance.ROSIE'S TIARA finished nine lengths off the winner last start at Toowoomba when resuming and placed at Toowoomba in only second-up attempt, place hope.
Murphy's Hustler (4) 2. The Barracuda (2) 3. Singaraja (5) Looks a stand-out trifecta with top three picks. MURPHY'S HUSTLER in strong form with two wins from eight attempts this campaign and amongst the placegetters last start running third at Roma, a close top pick. THE BARRACUDA finished midfield last start at Toowoomba, right in this. BRAX has been running well this campaign winning twice and placing in all other outings, can figure.
SINGARAJA all wins have come when faced with dry ground and carrying less weight, each-way claims. Triple Jeopardy (4) 6. Drum Master (5) 2. Music Scene (6) STARWOOD won last start at Goondiwindi and expected to settle on speed, hard to go past. TRIPLE JEOPARDY first-up after 15 week break and has shown early speed in races to date, sneaky chance.
DRUM MASTER 2 wins from 10 attempts this campaign and placed last start at long odds at Murwillumbah, not without each-way claims. MUSIC SCENE a winner at first outing this prep and has a lot of early speed, needs the breaks.
WINDSOR ALL ROUNDERS RQ SUMMER PROV. SERIES - HEAT - BenchMark 75 Hcp 5. Rooi Roe (3) 1. Zip to the Moon (8) 4. Bold Shot (7) ROOI ROE can't knock the form winning two in a row at Rockhampton and Doomben, big chance.
SAIPAN a winner at first outing this prep and four from eight wins have been in the dry, the real danger in the race. ZIP TO THE MOON winner of last two at Dalby and Kumbia, capable of getting into the money. BOLD SHOT resumes after a 19 week spell and has placed once in two trials, quinella.
Bold Assassin (2) 7. Rotindy (14) Hard to split the top two picks. BOLD ASSASSIN coming off a win to break maiden at Rockhampton and drawn well, among the main chances. RAPDAYS winner at Toowoomba and placed once this campaign, hard to hold out. OCCHILUPO kept chasing and just missed last start at Toowoomba when first up, not without each-way claims.
ROTINDY won once this prep at Gold Coast two runs back and faded to finish sixth last start at Gold Coast, chance to place. Our Dasha (5) 8. Alexandra Demure (7) 3. Got Nothing (1) 4. OUR DASHA in strong form with two wins from three attempts this campaign and racing back from the city, one of the main hopes. ALEXANDRA DEMURE back from 12 week let-up and resumes well running second at Dubbo when last first-up, if in the finish no surprise.
GOT NOTHING drawn ideally, dangerous. LEGERITY carries a lot less weight and should race on the speed, the real danger in the race. Sega Dancer (1) 2. Okina Yume (9) 5. Bubbaleenah (5) HINCHMAN only just missed last start, finishing half a length back from the winner at Hawkesbury and has a lot of early speed, serious player. SEGA DANCER placed when unwanted in the betting last start at Orange and draws to do no work, in with a chance.WorldOfWarships)submitted 11 months ago by KaiglerWith 2016 nearing its end and 2017 approaching, we've had a pretty awesome year for premium releases.
Belfast, Scharnhorst, Missouri, etc. What great releases will we have in 2017. Will The CV rework bring us our second premium carrier. What do you guys think and hope we will see. But in case you don't know, Shinano was an aircraft carrier converted from a Yamato-class battleship hull. It was ridiculously well-armored. Planes were good, but there were no replacement planes at all.
Heavy armor made it a good ship for ramming the enemy when you lost all your planes.
Only down side was detection range, fear of fire and lack of plane capacity. Yes, you can actually spec her into secondary. And hopefully an Italian premium preparing for the Regia Marina next year. AA power creep, shitty credit and experience. Though Pola or Roma would be good too. We are getting good Zeppelin but I think it would be a while until Aquila thought I think a premium DD, CA or BB are much more likely. I don't even play carriers but I'd buy Aquila because she's in my opinion one of the best looking carriers.
And since we've both got the same flair now, it's even more confusing. I hope you've learned your lesson Syanda. Go reflect on your actions for trying to impersonate others. Note the unusual gun-forward layout, designed to allow unobstructed flight operations aft. Tone and Chikuma served as scouts for the Japanese carriers and launched floatplanes to scout Pearl Harbor just before the attack. To honor this unusual design, Wargaming is experimenting with a hybrid cruiser-carrier, which has been in the game files for months.
According to Q the main difficulty now is the "insane" UI. It seems likely Tone herself is on hold until the CV UI rework which was scheduled for this year. Which I suppose would fit the ship in as a Scout roll, which would remove some pressure from DDs and the CV for spotting.
I suspect they'll be fighters of some sort that can double as scouts, though bombers with rather small bombs isn't out of the question.