Just picked up a Dell U2412M flat panel monitor at work this week. Thus far, pretty darn impressed with this display, especially given the cost. Got it for $275 from my Dell rep...but I also bought 4 of them.

It's a 24" 1920x1200 display, e-IPS panel. It's got height adjustment, pivot and tilt. However, it does not auto rotate the screen if you pivot the monitor. It has Display port, vga and DVI connections, unfortunately it does NOT have an HDMI input. It has 4 USB 2.0 ports. Power consumption is around 15 watts, which is pretty solid for this type of display. It's light and easy to move around, weighing in around 13 lbs. And it is a matte finish monitor, which for me is an absolute must. This monitor also comes with a 3 year parts and labor warranty, including the LCD backlight. Color reproduction is solid and the viewing angles are good, not quite true IPS land, but MUCH better than a TN panel.

Overall, I highly recommend this display, especially for the cost. And the extra 120 lines of resolution certainly does make a difference over 1080, for those who like to have lots of Windows open on their machines.

Just thought that I would share for those who might be looking for a new monitor.