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Background and Identification
The E2310H is a 23-inch monitor released by Dell around the year 2009 (according to dates in the manual). The monitor has a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and a standard refresh rate of 60 Hz. The shell for the monitor is made of black plastic and the monitor has black bezels around the edge of the screen. It also has a silver Dell logo below the display and control buttons on the right bezel. You can identify this monitor by looking for a sticker containing the service tag or service code (a.k.a. serial number) on the back of the monitor as shown in this Dell support article. Enter one of these numbers on the Dell support homepage to get more information about your monitor model.
The E2310H has two inputs: VGA for analog video and DVI-D for digital video. It is powered with an AC power cable which plugs into the bottom. The whole assembly is held up by a detachable stand, which can tilt to help you find a comfortable viewing position. You can also remove the stand and attach a 100x100 mm VESA bracket to mount the monitor on a different stand or arm.
- 23-inches (58.4 cm) on the diagonal
- 1920x1080 pixels
- 60 Hz refresh rate
- TN panel
- VGA video input
- DVI-D video input
- Security lock slot
- Including tilting stand
- VESA mountable (100x100 mm)
- AC power cable
- 100 to 240 V, 50 or 60 Hz
- 29 W power consumption
Dell E2310H monitor official webpage
Dell E2310H official support page (with manual)