Product Comparison: Samsung C49RG90 vs Dell U4919DW
- The high resolution of 5,120 by 1440 means the text is not pixelated at all and appears very sharp.
- It claims the HDMI can run at full resolution.
- Similarly, this is fantastic for content creators using editing apps thanks to the insane horizontal resolution.
- Decent resolution, awesome width and height.
- So I dropped the resolution, ran my laptop at 21:9 with giant black bars on the sides.
- Awesome monitor. If you're debating dual monitors at a smaller/lower resolution this is the better option.
- The resolution is 2k and it is so big that that's is why the promote it as 5k.
- The size is great and the resolution is more than enough to handle anything you plug into it.
- Resolution, size and aesthetics are amazing. I love this monitor.
- So, it will not work at the 5120x1440 resolution, only at a reduced resolution like 3840x1080.
- The monitor is using a VA panel that gives a good contrast ratio.
- The good news here is that the panel is responsive at all frequencies and the smearing and shadow effect is invisible.
- The HDR implementation is pretty good with great colour reproduction and a good contrast ratio and an impressive 1000nits peak brightness.
- The monitor also supports FreeSync 2 HDR for owner of a Radeon graphic card over the 48-120hz range.
- Top PC games come alive on a display that fills your senses.
- The picture is crisp and perfect. Video looks great.
- This monitor is beautiful. Brilliant. Wonderful looking.
- I just got it and I can say it is amazing! Color accuracy is amazing.
- Graphics with 8GB and it's powerful enough to run this monitor and the Macbook screen at the same time at full resolution and 60Hz.
- Colors won't match in PBP mode. Not really worth buying.
- Yes the price is high and yet, comparatively good considering the features.
- Just keep in mind that HDR, FreeSync, and a few other features are disabled in this mode, your refresh rate will also be capped at 100HZ.
- The built in KVM is the killer feature that I’ve long wanted from a device.
- You can choose the source for each side in PBP mode, so a Desktop/Laptop combo is possible.
- The stand/bracket is very sturdy, it allows for a a good range for height and tilt and the stand features a nice design.
- Going to 1 monitor really cleaned up the desk and the PGP feature is perfect for working on multiple computers.
- The image is sharp, the colors are accurate, and the monitor has some great features that add versatility and utility to your desk.
- Dell calls this,” Picture-By-Picture.” That’s pretty nifty!
- Dell provides a great piece of software called, Dell Display Manager, which allows you to create snapping zones with the monitor.
- The ability to do picture modes, such as the Picture-By-Picture, and turn on/off the KVM function.
- To run this at 100hz, you need to connect it up to a 1.4 displayport.
- With my desktop PC connected to displayport, and the second device connected to HDMI.
- It worked straight away with a laptop, and should work with with a second desktop computer (PC or Mac) as well as with the second displayport.
- Love the fact I can connect my laptop to the monitor via usb c.
- You'll rather pay someone to go and connect a USB peripheral for you.
- I have my Dell 7480 connected to StarTech(bought from dell) docking station and station is connected to monitor with HDMI & DP.
- Perfect productivity tool and a lot of flexibility in connections.
- I love that the monitor just takes my USB-C from my MacBook and the monitor will power it.
- Display, and utilize input USB's for peripherals through 1 cable.
- None of the USB slots on the back of the monitor work.