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Dell Updates as Industry-leading Supplier of Displays Portfolio

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  1. btarunr

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    Dell today announced the immediate availability of new displays that combine performance and value to enable customers amazing viewing experiences. The six new displays join Dell’s industry-leading portfolio of solutions, which has once again ranked #1 in flat-panel display market share in North Americai, and #2 in flat-panel shipments worldwideii, according to DisplaySearch.

    The newest additions to Dell’s industry-leading portfolio of displays, the new P and E displays offer customers diverse solutions that help them get the most out of every environment.

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    “Our new displays have been enhanced with low-mount designs and LED backlights to deliver crystal clear viewing experiences for a variety of environments, enabling greater productivity for those looking to get the most out of their workforce,” said Tim Griffin, Dell’s vice president of displays and client peripherals. “Combined with Dell Display Manager and their eco-friendly design that includes mercury-free panels and lower power consumption levels, these new displays enable an optimal viewing experience no matter the situation and continue Dell’s strong tradition of leadership in the displays market.”

    The P1913, P1913S and P2213 displays feature the perfect blend of productivity-boosting performance and comfort in an eco-conscious design with low power consumption for enterprises of all sizes that want to help limit carbon footprints. The P series displays offer a variety of convenient connectivity options including USB, DVI, VGA and DisplayPort 1.2, making them a perfect companion for any platform or system, as well as high dynamic contrast ratios that help produce amazing and vivid color details such as deep blacks and bright whites especially for moving images. Dell’s new P series also offer an improved height adjustment range, helping customers customize to the level they are most comfortable with.

    The E1913, E1913S and E2213 displays offer brilliant color with great screen clarity, reliability and energy efficient features at a great value. The E series monitors are built for the demands of day-to-day business, and combine ease-of-use with essential features to maximize customer experiences. New LED backlights are environmentally conscious and mercury-free, helping make the display more energy conscious than conventional CCFL monitors, and Dell Display Manager helps save energy by dimming the monitor to its minimum brightness or putting it in to sleep mode when not in use.

    “Our new portfolio of displays underscores our continuing commitment to delivering end-to-end solutions that drive business outcomes and allow our diverse customer base to do more,” said PaulHenri Ferrand, vice president and general manager of Dell’s Software & Peripherals division. “Dell is delivering superior, award-winning visual experiences packaged in great designs that you will love.”

    Flexibility Enables Optimal Productivity
    Dell’s P and E series monitors place user comfort at a premium. The new P series feature an improved height adjustment range, providing optimal viewing height for a wide range of people and the E series offers the essential features at a great value. Both series include 16:10 and 5:4 format 19-inch options and a 16:10 format 22-inch option, meaning that customers can choose the right viewing pane for their needs and not the other way around. The E and P series are also eco-conscious, meeting the latest environmental and regulatory standards and are made with less hazardous materials, making them easy to recycle while also helping to limit power consumption.

    The P and E series displays also feature Dell Display Manager, a one-stop software application that allows manual adjustment or auto assignment of optimum preset modes to specific applications. Dell Display Manager also lets users manage power consumption via PowerNap, while Enhanced Menu Rotation provides a one-step screen content and OSD rotation when changing from landscape to portrait viewing.

    Dell Displays Continue Industry Leadership
    In addition to announcing the new P and E series displays, Dell also announced that NPD DisplaySearch’s Quarterly (Q4 CY11) Desktop Monitor Shipment and Forecast Report once again ranked Dell as #1 in flat-panel display market share in North Americai, and #2 in flat-panel market share worldwideii. This announcement means that Dell has now been confirmed as the yearly #1 supplier of LCD monitors in North America for the past 12 years – from 2000 to 2011.

    Additionally, IDC’s Asia/Pacific Quarterly (4Q 2011) PC Monitor Tracker also ranked Dell as #1 in flat-panel display market share in Japan and Australiaii1 for five consecutive years – from 2007 to 2011 – and the United Kingdomv for two consecutive years, reinforcing Dell’s unparalleled global commitment to providing every user with industry-leading solutions for any environment.

    Detailed Information about the P1913, P1913S and P2213:
    • P1913: 19-inch display, 1440 x 900 resolution, 16:10 format
    • P1913S: 19-inch display, 1280 x 1024 resolution, 5:4 format
    • P2213: 22-inch display, 1680 x 1050 resolution, 16:10 format
    • Display: WLED backlight
    • Color Depth: 16.7 million
    • High color gamut of 83%iv
    • Software: Dell Display Manager – Color presets and PowerNap
    • Stand: Height-adjustable, pivot, swivel and tilt
    • Connectivity: USB, DVI, VGA and DisplayPort
    • Regulatory and Certification: ENERGY STAR6.0, EPEAT Gold, TCO5.2 Certified, CEL compliant
    Detailed Information about the E1913, E1913S and E2213:
    • E1913: 19-inch display, 1440 x 900 HD resolution, 16:10 format
    • E1913S: 19-inch display, 1280 x 1024 HD resolution, 5:4 format
    • E2213: 22-inch display, 1680 x 1050 HD resolution, 16:10 format
    • Display: WLED backlight
    • Color Depth: 16.7 million
    • High color gamut of 83%iv
    • Software: Dell Display Manager – Color presets and PowerNap
    • Connectivity: DVI, VGA
    • Regulatory and Certification: ENERGY STAR6.0, EPEAT Gold, TCO5.2 Certified, CEL compliant
    Availability and Pricing:
    The affordable P1913 ($189), P1913S ($229), P2213 ($239), E1913 ($159), E1913S ($179) and E2213 ($199) are available now.
     
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    Is Dell manufacturing these monitors, or is another company (such as Samsung) manufacturing these monitors and putting a Dell logo on them?
     
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    There I was, hoping the U2711 had been updated...

    Shockingly poor resolutions on these displays. Not great gamut for a TFT in 2012. I really don't know who would buy a desktop display with just 900 in the y. Ten years ago it was 1280x1024 as the standard. 1600x1200 for the enthusiast. Now, in 2012, we get 1440x900, and 1280x1024. TEN YEARS LATER! Where's the progress!? Is Dell strategically that far behind (say, for the sake of argument) Apple?
     
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    Almost everyone is strategically far behind Apple in terms of desktop/mobile screen resolutions due to the retina displays.
     
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    Not 100% sure about this, but they're primarily made by LG.Philips IIRC.
     
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    All this article bragging about how awesome dell are to eventually tell me non of these are even fullbd -___-
    Anddd did it just say 19" for 189$ is affordable??
    I think we all just got trolled for reading this
     
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    No U2711 update yet?
     
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    Clearly these are for business use and research facilities. Not particularly for the average gamer or consumers. That should clear up why the specs and price range are the way they are.
     
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    I've been having a "retina" display for close to a decade now.
     

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