Thursday, September 9th 2010

Dell Intros Four New Mainstream Widescreen LCD Displays

Dell started adding to its display lineup for fall 2010, the company released four new 16:9 widescreen display models in sizes ranging from 20-inch to 23-inch. The offer starts with the 20-inch IN2020M that has a native resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels; 22-inch ST2220M and ST2220L; and 23-inch ST2320L. These three models are full-HD (1920 x 1080) ready. These monitors have dynamic contrast ratios as high as 8,000,000:1, with response times as low as 5 ms. DVI and D-Sub are standard inputs, while the ST2220L and ST2320L add HDMI input to the mix. Expect these models to reach stores in the weeks to come.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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4 Comments on Dell Intros Four New Mainstream Widescreen LCD Displays

#1
aj28
No more white backs on black monitors... Huzzah! Now somebody run and tell ASUS...
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Nick89
by: aj28
No more white backs on black monitors... Huzzah! Now somebody run and tell ASUS...
What? I don't understand what you just said....
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shevanel
Maybe the back of his black asus monitor is white?
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Athlonite
by: btarunr
These monitors have dynamic contrast ratios as high as 8,000,000:1
woo 8m:1 DCR pfft bullshit how'd they measure that then let me guess black in a completely dark room and white in a room full 1KW spot lights pointed directly at the screen DCR is the biggest crock of shit to come out of LCD manufactures arses as there is no set in stone method for testing DCR
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