The Dell E2318Hx is an excellent choice for those looking for a reliable and energy-efficient 23-inch monitor that would not break the bank. It's suitable for doing some general office work and browsing the web.
Pro Acceptable picture quality
The monitor's picture quality is a tiny bit below the average because of its limited color gamut. However, the panel's peak brightness and native contrast ratio are on par with the rest of its competitors in this price range.
The Dell E2318Hx displays adequately-looking pictures with average blacks and vivid, yet a bit inaccurate colors. The dark scenes look mediocre because the monitor's native contrast ratio of 1000:1 is a little bit too low and can't push blacks to really intense levels. Colors look shiny since the monitor's backlight can get up to 250 nits bright.
However, you might spot some color inaccuracies because of the monitor's incomplete coverage of the sRGB color space, which results in color shifting.
This monitor doesn't feel disconnected and reacts to your actions quite rapidly as there is almost no lag between your actions and the actual stuff happening on the screen.
The motion looks good and blur-free because of the monitor's full pixel response time of 5 ms, which allows each pixel of the panel to change their colors within only five milliseconds. Therefore, only very tiny trails may follow fast-moving objects.
The Dell E2318Hx is one of the cheapest 23-inch IPS monitors on the market. You’ll be hard-pressed to find it a matching competitor in its price range since the big manufacturers like HP, Dell, Samsung, LG, Phillips, Asus, Acer, and AOC don't offer such large panels in the sub $120 range.