We have reviewed different monitors from Dell, from 19” to 30” models, but the middle of the range, the 24” 2407WFP, has been escaping our spotlight till today. I tested revision A04 of the monitor.
It is based on a PVA matrix with Response Time Compensation. The manufacturer declares the response time according to both ISO 13406-2 (for the black-white-black transition) and GtG (the average of all the transitions) methods.
The monitor looks nice and neat, representing Dell’s standard exterior design. It’s got a narrow black bezel, a light-silver stand, and a silvery back panel.
The stand allows adjusting the height of the screen (from 45 to 145mm – the monitor nearly lies on the desk in the bottommost position), turning it into the portrait mode as well as around the vertical axis. When you do the latter thing, the pole of the stand is rotating while the base remains motionless.
The stand clicks locked automatically in the bottommost position so that the monitor could be easily carried over. To unlock the stand, you should push the monitor down from above and press the square button at the back of the stand. Keeping the button pressed, pull the monitor up. The stand cannot be locked in any position save for the bottommost one.