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Dell's 2007WFP appears online

Ryan Block
March 9, 2006
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After Dell introduced their mammoth 30-inch 3007WFP and upgraded their standard 1705 and 1905FP monitors with the 1707FP and 1907FPs and some lower end monitors like the E196, E176, and E156, all that really looked left was for them to update their 20 and 24-inch flagship 2005FPW and 2405FPW monitors. Well, we don't know about the 2405FPW yet, but the new 2007WFP has officially appeared on their support site, and is sporting an 800:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 16ms response time, and all the same ports we're accustomed to (four USB 2.0 port hub, VGA, DVI, S-video, composite, etc.). In fact, this monitor looks nary any better than its predecessor but for some marginal image improvements and an upgraded enclosure. Not that we'd mean to imply we don't want six for each of our workstations or anything.

[Thanks, Ehsan]



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