We've got a bit of an awkward one here. Dell has apparently redesigned its 2007WFP 20.1-inch LCD display, but other than a single image on the product page, there's no other mention of the refresh. The changes aren't minor either, including a complete redesign of the display -- we're thinking for t...
December 29th 2006 at 11:08am
No word on that 19-incher we were just hearing about, but Dell just announced a new 20-inch LCD to pad out their lineup, and this one's priced to move. The new E207WFP eschews big brother 2007WFP's bells and whistles like a USB hub -- along with the composite and S-Video ports, as far as we can t...
October 11th 2006 at 11:51pm
If you're looking to the ditch the CRT for a more space-friendly LCD, but don't want to throw down $600 for Gateway's FPD2185W, the company has a new option for you that knocks only 2-inches but a full $300 off of its well-received 21-inch model. HDBeat points out, though, that you lose more than ju...
June 15th 2006 at 3:32pm
Here's one situation where we'd rather Apple would take a page out of Dell's book. After receiving reports of severe color banding issues on certain users' new 2007WFP LCD displays, Dell looked into the issue, found the problem to be pretty rare, and caused by the monitor's active color management...
May 26th 2006 at 8:00am
If you're looking for the perfect 20-inch monitor, look no further than Dell's 2007WFP 1,680 x 1,050
widescreen display, say NewsFactor, who give the LCD five out of five stars. Clearly testing a unit not afflicted with
the gradient banding
issues some users are reporting on forums, NF finds the 20...
April 28th 2006 at 2:59pm
difficult at this point to tell precisely how many people are experiencing the issue due to the intense echo chamber
that are internet forums, but a number of Dell customers have begun complaining about severe color banding issues on
their new 2007WFP. The banding, as mocked up above using a
April 26th 2006 at 8:54am
new 2007WFP 20-incher from Dell has
already made it to Dell's support site, so the specs are nothing new, but the display is now for sale in their online
store, just in case mere availability was all that was holding back. The 1680 x 1050 widescreen LCD display goes for a
fairly reasonable $5...
April 3rd 2006 at 2:29pm