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Dell Fixes Its 3007WFP 30 Inch LCD

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Over a year ago, Apple unleashed its flagship 30-inch Cinema Display, the largest LCD panel it had ever launched. A year later, Dell launched its own 30-inch display, the 3007WFP. With its new display, Dell also introduced a much sleeker and more refined form for its LCD display. Dell's 3007WFP was $400 cheaper than Apple's display and was technically superior to Apple's 30-inch Cinema Display. Dell's 3007WFP however, was noted to suffer from a bad case of backlight uniformity. According to many 3007WFP reviews, 40% of the right side of the display was significantly brighter than the left side of the screen. Now Dell has a new revision of its 3007WFP, called A01. The severe hotspots that were noticeable on A00 units are now gone with the A01 unit.
  • 3007WFP A00 - Backlight uniformity problem
  • 3007WFP A01 - Backlight uniformity excellent
Source: DailyTech
 
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sucks if u bought the first revision, will they replace them? without any addition fee to the owners?
 

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Makaveli said:
sucks if u bought the first revision, will they replace them? without any addition fee to the owners?
Ditto. Dell should really replace the faulty screens.
 
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Read the comments section @ DailyTech
 

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did they say if they will replace it, i would be so mad that i would kill myself, unless they changed it of course
 

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A year ago I bought a 2005fpw for $690 on Ebay and it got lost on the mail(thanks God I insured it). With the money USPS gave me back I bought it again for $540, but the revised version. All the Dell's LCD's vace that problem at first. That's what I call luck.



And no. Dell Don't replace them.