With nearly 80% of the SDR color gamut, the Dell Ultrasharp U2415 does a decent job for color accuracy\u2014a staple the best monitor for Mac Mini should have. But if you want to sit back and enjoy a few movies, the wide viewing angle is a necessary feature the best monitor for watching movies definitely needs. Speaking of features, check out our list of the best computer monitors with all their amazing features.\n\nSale\n \n\n2,099 Reviews\n\n\n Dell Ultrasharp U2415 \n\n\n\n\n\n\nCheck Price\n\n\n\n\nWhy We Like It \u2013 Dell Ultrasharp U2415\nFeaturing a wide 178-degree viewing angle, the Dell Ultrasharp U2415 easily adjusts when you\u2019re feeling lazy and want to lean to one side. At the same time it opens the opportunity for multi-display setups.\n\n\n\nPros\n\n\n \tIPS panel; wide viewing experience\n \tCan daisy chain multiple monitors\n \tFull-range adjustments w\/ built-in cable management\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCons\n\n\n \tUSB ports are inconveniently placed\n \tAverage contrast ratio\n\n\n\n\n\nPerformance\nWhile the ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD has 10% better sRGB color coverage than the Dell Ultrasharp U2415, it still covers nearly 77% of the spectrum. Where it suffers is its average 1000:1 contrast ratio. It\u2019s inferior to the 5000:1 contrast ratio Samsung 32 Inch Curved Monitor Costcos have. On the bright side, 1080p looks really good on a screen size of 24-inches, a sweet spot for FHD.\n\nRelated: See also our Dell Ultrasharp U2412M review.\nViewing Angle\nViewing angles are amazing though. You have 178-degrees to work with, which is fantastic for daisy chaining monitors. And since the bezels are very thin (just 6.9mm), your experience is hardly interrupted. What\u2019s especially nice is full-range adjustment: tilt, pivot, swivel, and height.\n\nRelated: If you like this monitor, you might be interested in our Dell Ultrasharp U2515H review.\nDurability\nDespite the coloring on the stand, it\u2019s entirely made of hard plastic as is the shell around the IPS display. It isn\u2019t so cut and dry though; it has cable management that we dig near the bottom of the stand, a small hole for threading cables. And if you\u2019re feeling adventurous, it supports VESA mounting.\nPorts & Expandability\nScreen performance isn\u2019t the Dell U2415\u2019s greatest strength, but rather its ability to create a large, multi-screen workstation. This is because it\u2019s sporting two HDMI mini DisplayPort, and two DisplayPorts. You can also attach five USB devices to the monitor, thanks to five separate USB 3.0 ports, but unfortunately they\u2019re poorly placed behind and under the monitor. When daisy-chaining, power consumption is kept to a minimum, thanks to Dell\u2019s enhanced power management.\nValue\nOn its own, the Dell Ultrasharp U2415 isn\u2019t special. It isn\u2019t geared right for gaming, nor is it quite the right choice for color accurate activities. But daisy chain but daisy-chain a few monitors and it\u2019ll be your best friend for spreadsheets, crunching numbers, and occasionally kicking back to enjoy some cinema. If you do want to game, then you\u2019re better off dumping some extra cash into the Asus TUF VG27AQ.\nDell Ultrasharp U2415 Wrap Up\nWhen you get right down to it, the Dell Ultrasharp U2415 isn\u2019t far off from your run-of-the-mill monitor. It\u2019s average in some areas, but excels in others depending on your needs. For example, its number of video ports make it perfect for multitasking. And since it has a wide, 178-degree viewing angle, you can safely lean in your chair comfortably without loss of detail.