Bought this here before the exchange rate was noticeable cost when 1,890 kr.
Has experience in quite a few monitors for each. Dell is not very familiar with private people since they focus mainly on the business market. But if you ask me they are among the best. And U2414H is an ingenious all-rounder:
Fast IPS panel with little glow and obviously benefits IPS otherwise (viewing angle, contrast, color etc.). The screen also has minimal input delay (input lag), low pixel response and thin frame that makes it suitable for gaming. I replaced my Asus 27 "144 Hz monitor with U2414H as the main screen for this reason. It is good enough words to everything from CS to film, to edit the reading. At the 60 hz actually makes me nothing, so long as I do TN I previously chosen this occasion. The obvious (and only?) advantage, ie pixel response.
It has, among other DisplayPort (with daisy chaining), HDMI MHL, USB 3.0 hub. Build quality is very good. Feels solid and squeak small (Asus has been poor at this). Ie they are on par or better than BenQ (who create solid screens). Given the price then do what they very well.
It also has VESA mount and all setting options, rotation, pivot, swivel etc. Also want to mention that the menu system to Dell actually makes me want to throw your monitor out the window. Most know how frustrating it is to find the right buttons below the monitor. The buttons on this monitor is therefore flush with a GUI.
As a bonus screen looks very good. Had I been even more crazy than I am, I had been able to defend to purchase more. But already have 4 screens and still have sense enough to prioritize other things. : P Besides launching new Dell monitors (which is not necessarily better - U2414H is according to research results better than several of descendants.
A good test here: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2414h.htm