Product Comparison: HP Z38c vs Dell U3818DW
- The HP Z38c is a 21:9 aspect monitor that's 37.5 inches wide. I like it.
- It's a great workspace for video editors, though it's only UHD resolution wide. Nice monitor.
- Once you try it, you won't want to go back to a "tiny" 27” flat.
- While gamers will decry the HP Z38c's lack of FreeSync support, nice resolution.
- In this age of HDR and high fresh displays. I like this resolution.
- Resolution is great, speakers aren’t great but that’s not why you’re buying this monitor.
- As a software developer, the 1600 vertical resolution is perfect for productivity.
- Another unexpected benefit of the 1600 vertical resolution is that most 4k videos are perfectly enjoyable in cropped full screen mode.
- To get the best intended 4K resolution, you must open Display Preferences, the click on 'scaled' while holding down the Alt/Option key. I like this!
- In particular fonts look much, much worse running at the U3818DW's native resolution.
- The IPS screen doesn't require calibration out of the box save for lowering the default brightness, so just about any users will love.
- I like having one seamless curved ultrawide display instead.
- The color accuracy is also excellent for creators who work with a lot.
- Though the display does take up a relatively large footprint, it does eliminate the need for two monitors.
- This display quality and size comes a costly price point.
- This thing is absolutely amazing when it comes to picture quality and text readability.
- No display manager software for Mac. This means you’re limited to snapping two windows side-by-side.
- This is the best display I’ve ever experienced.
- A truly massive spread of pixels, and so big you fee like you’re going to fall into the screen.
- Having one cable for power and display is great. It charges at 100W, which is nice.
- The 3-sided micro edge bezel, i like this.
- Less cables. Less clutter. Nice feature.
- Has a standard VESA mounting adapter, that what i need.
- Factory-calibrated color for reliable color between displays, i like this feature.
- Sweeping panoramic with diagonal screen, i like all feature.
- So I've been using the PBP (picture by picture) feature to split the screen.
- I did get around to using the KVM features - works great.
- The other features that this monitor has is a built in speaker, i like it.
- The split screen feature through Dell‘s display manager is a game changer with a monitor like this. It is superior to having three monitors side-by-side.
- The KVM feature is just okay. I wish it was easier to switch between inputs.
- The USB-C connection delivers video, good connection.
- All cables come standard so you can quickly set up and easily connect to any device!
- I use the HDMI port and USB-C to give me power and the ulitimate workspace.
- I fell in love with the monitor, the moment I turned her on. Good connections.
- Crashes all 2017+ macbook pro machines i have testet it on when connecting via USB-C.
- When connected to a MacBook Pro 2018 or 2016 via the Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port, the display does not stay off when the system is in sleep mode.
- Sleep and shutdown work fine if connected via the Display Port.
- Love being able to connect usb-C MacBook Pro and older generation MacBook Pro via HDMI and have split screen capacity.
- The monitor will detect that your laptop is connected via USB C and will even charge it via USB C.
- It's an excellent MacBook Pro monitor solution with a seamless USB-C connection and great picture quality.