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Dell 2007WFP widescreen 20" Ultrasharp TFT Monitor now just $399 delivered inc free 2GB flash drive

Posted By: sandgroper, posted 2008/05/07 17:19
Dell have knocked down the price of this monitor to its lowest ever for this week, to get the deal click through and enter 2007WFP into the search box on the landing page.

Previous lowest price was around $459 and this time it has a Free Kingston 2GB Data Traveler 100 USB flash drive too.

R112007W
* Monitor size and type : 20.1" Flat Panel Display / Active Matrix TFT - Desktop
* Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
* Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 16ms / 300 cd/m² / 800:1
* Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 472.7mm x 177.7mm x 332mm to 513mm
* Weight : 6.5 Kg
* Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H, Includes Height Adjustable Stand
* Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : 15-pin D-Sub / DVI-D / S-Video /Composite Connectors
* Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
* Compatibility : PC
* 3 Year Next Business Day Advanced Exchange Warranty
53°-+
$399.00
  • nod2008/05/07 22:37:55
    Warranty sounds nice
    * 3 Year Next Business Day Advanced Exchange Warranty
  • bigal2008/05/07 22:56:59
    nice, do you know what panel it uses? I know the 19" ultrasharp and the 22" WS ultrasharp uses the TN panels.
  • nod2008/05/09 00:51:18
    Looks like now you get the
    Sennheiser PC 131 is an over the head, binaural headset,
    with this monitor instead of the 2gb flash

    The flash is the freebie given with the 'entry level' 20" widescreen flat panel :)
  • eron2008/05/09 01:12:41
    From what I know, new models are SIPS
  • admin2008/05/09 09:41:11
    SIPS?? have looked it up but all I've found so far is "Structured Insulated Panel Association", Statistically Improbably Phrases, a weblink and indexing system ... :)
  • bigal2008/05/09 15:03:54
    was trying to get to wikipedia but cant connect so google it is

    found this page;
    http://www.pchardwarehelp.com/guides/lcd-panel-types.php

    search for s-ips... aaah 2nd paragraph
  • admin2008/05/09 20:12:34
    Good info - thanks bigal

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