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It looks like Dell's on again, off again relationship with its top-end 3008WFP monitor has taken another turn, with the company now suggesting that customers may want to consider the previous 3007WFP-HC model if they don't want to face \"extended lead times\" (apparently on the order of 3-5 weeks). G

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May 21, 2008 at 1:46PM
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For those of you waiting with bated breath for Dell's gargantuan 3008WFP 30-inch LCD to return from technical-issue-town, your prayers have been answered. The monster display is back on the company's virtual shelves, presumably with that \"small technical issue\" wiped out of existence. So go for it p

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Looks like Dell's run into some issues with its highest end monitor, the droolworthy DisplayPort-packing 30-inch 3008WFP. We heard it'd mysteriously vanished from the site with nary a trace, so we pinged the folks in Round Rock. This is what they had to say:\"The Dell 3008 monitor has been well recei

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We know the thing isn't even barely out, but we feel like we've already spent a lifetime waiting to check out the Dell 3008WFP. It's huge, it's bright, its color is beautiful, and perhaps most importantly, it has DisplayPort. Kinda unsightly base be damned, we want one. No, make that two.%Gallery-1

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The 3008WFP widescreen LCD, everyone's favorite, 30-inch, DisplayPort-rocking Dell monitor is up for review, and we've got a roundup to prove it. If you'll recall, the behemoth is the first Dell monitor to sport the emerging DisplayPort technology, and it also offers a fairly impressive set of othe

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Samsung's already claimed the title of first announced display to sport a DisplayPort connector, but it looks like Dell's about to enter the game with an upcoming 30-inch panel, the 3008WFP. The update to the much-loved 3007WFP will apparently feature the same 2560 x 1600 resolution, but input opti

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