the winner | Dell UP2414Q
It has to be the Dell. We know it’s pretty expensive, and that it’s smaller than the others. (There’s a 32-inch version at a little over £1,500, but we haven’t tested that to make sure what we say about the 24-inch version applies to it too.) If you plan to run at the full 3840×2160, then yes, a bigger panel may be a good idea, but if you’re running at 1920×1080 Retina, the Dell is easily big enough. The picture is just superb, it looks and feels tremendous, and the media card reader in addition to the generous hub USB hub is most welcome. If you do want the bigger panel, the Iiyama is the best bet. The styling is a little dull, perhaps, but done with a some care, and while it can’t rotate, it’s got a good selection of ports. Plus, the liyama is the cheapest monitor here.