Thursday, February 26th 2009

Dell Launches The 24-inch 16:9 G2410 LCD Monitor

Normal for Dell, the company has launched a new 24-inch LCD monitor, without informing the public. The new monitor just appeared on the company's website and that's all. "Designed with the environment in mind", the Dell G2410 monitor is one of the firm's greenest LCDs. It comes with Dell EPEAT Gold rating, that reduce environmental impact by using halogen-free laminates in circuit boards and chassis plastics that contains 25% post-consumers recycled plastics. Max supported resolution is 1920x1080 pixels, response time is 5 ms, contrast ratio is 1000:1, brightness level is 250 cd/m² and the horizontal/vertical viewing angles are 160° and 170° respectively. Connectivity options of G2410 include single VGA and DVI-D connectors. Dell is now offering the monitor for $349 on its online store.

Source: Dell
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7 Comments on Dell Launches The 24-inch 16:9 G2410 LCD Monitor

#1
Jizzler
Quite a few 16:9 monitors have just been released... I hope they don't forget to release some new 16:10's.

As this particular model - nice. Green, decent price, decent specs.
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#2
ZoneDymo
Jizzler


The industry is moving more and more towards 16:9.
Thing that I hate is that most of them are 1080p, I want some thing higher than that!
Like 1440p.
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#3
iamverysmart
Umm, one of the best features isn't even mentioned.

LED backlighting.
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#4
IcrushitI
What is the difference in pixel sizes between the 16-9 vs 16-10.
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#5
wazzledoozle
I would guess the 16:9 24" would have slightly larger pixels due to the less overall pixel count, but the difference in width and height of the panel could compensate.
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#6
Animalpak
16:9 is much more better than 16:10 looks crap.
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#7
ZoneDymo
by: Animalpak
16:9 is much more better than 16:10 looks crap.
funny, the difference between even 4:3 (16:12) and 16:9 is very small in my eyes.
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