Following in the footsteps of such practical, moderately priced widescreen LCDs from Dell as the Dell E228WFP, the Dell UltraSharp 1908WFP, and the G2210, the Dell ST2310 is a solid display that performs well. It's not splashy or feature-rich, but it does deliver nice image quality.
In our image quality tests, the 23-inch Dell ST2310 showed sharp text and good colour accuracy. In a portrait, skin tones looked realistic and nuanced. The ST2310 also did well in our motion tests, showing no visible fluttering or jarring of the image.
The Dell ST2310 display offers a full complement of controls, all of which are easy to access via buttons that sit on the side of the right bezel. You can adjust brightness, colour, and colour temperature, and you can select any of six preset modes (standard, multimedia, game, warm, cool, and custom).
In addition, the Dell ST2310 includes two programmable presets that allow you to save changes - useful if, for instance, you share the display with another user.
The Dell ST2310 comes with DVI, HDMI, and VGA connections on the back, as well as audio-in and audio-out ports. The screen's 1920-by-1080-pixel resolution is suitable for viewing high-definition video and games. Though the display tilts easily, it does not swivel.
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