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Dell 2007wfp - £258.00 Delivered

£258.00 @ Dell (Business)
Think this is a reasonably popular monitor which is currently showing on the Dell site for £326.12. However if you take it through to the checkout there's a couple of discounts which bring it down to … Read More
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1d, 3m agoFound 1 decade, 3 months ago
Think this is a reasonably popular monitor which is currently showing on the Dell site for £326.12. However if you take it through to the checkout there's a couple of discounts which bring it down to £258.08 then £3 delivery.

One of the discounts finishes tomorrow though, seems a reasonable enough price compared to some places.

Discounts are:

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20% off 2007WFP
Expires 31 January 2007

Save an additional 5% on Electronics & Accessories
Expires 10 January 2007

There is also a very good deal on the E207WFP

£217.28 + £3 del

15% off E207 WFP
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1 Like #1
Nice price with the discount codes :)
Here's a pic and a bit more info:-
http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=59233

Features & Benefits

[LIST]
[*]Monitor size and type : 20.1" Flat Panel Display / Active Matrix TFT - Desktop
[*]Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
[*]Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 16ms / 300 cd/m² / 800:1
[*]Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 472.7mm x 177.7mm x 332mm to 513mm
[*]Weight : 6.5 Kg
[*]Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H, Includes Height Adjustable Stand
[*]Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : 15-pin D-Sub / DVI-D / S-Video /Composite Connectors
[*]Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
[*]Compatibility : PC
[*]Warranty : 3-Year[/LIST]http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/images/products/large/200-38594.jpg
#2
Thanks for the pointer cheap-information :) Pretty good savings there ;-)
3 Likes #3
Brilliant, I'm going to order 2 on Tuesday :)
4 Likes #4
i have a little warning for people

if u are a gamer the response time on this monitor just dont cut it no more

16ms is far too high and i get screen lag when playing pes6

:thumbsup: hope it helps
6 Likes #5
muffin247
i have a little warning for people

if u are a gamer the response time on this monitor just dont cut it no more

16ms is far too high and i get screen lag when playing pes6

:thumbsup: hope it helps

Sorry but that's a load of tosh. Read up some reviews and you'll find that this panel has out peformed sub 6 ms panels. A03 revisions have been reported to have a minimum of 8ms Phillip panels that aren't blagged. Fantastic screens.

FYI I've been a hardcore FPS gamer and my LG 16ms has never shown me any ghosting, at all.
1 Like #6
I agree, i have two of these and i get no lag. CS:S (CounterStrike Source) runs at an average frame rate of over 100FPS and i have never had any screen lag. great for dual monitor output in Windows BTW. enjoy them they wont let you down
3 Likes #7
The irony . . I recieved bad reputation cause I've tried helping potential buyers?

Very immature.
1 Like #8
have u guys actually tried playing pes6 on it

i am currently and i AM getting screen lag no matter what u say

unless i am doing something majorly wrong

any pointers would be aprreicated

and yes CS:S runs fine on it too just not pes6

u shouldnt really comment unless uve actually tried it yourself

:)
1 Like #9
As outlined above, some 16ms panels are dreadful, whilst others are very good.

It's as simple as it gets. I was giving my personal experience on it. Regarding the dell screens, the panels now being used are either an 16ms (8ms G2G) S-IPS panel from LG.Philips, or a 6ms S-PVA panel from Samsung.
#10
muffin247

and yes CS:S runs fine on it too just not pes6


if CS:S runs fine, wouldnt it PES6 the fault here? not the monitor
or probably yours are not the A03 revision?
#11
yep it is the A03 revision

seriously im wondering this myself
but as it stands i dont know why it screen lags and theres not actually much u can do to test it see if it is the game

but it worked fine on my 17'' 10ms response screen
plug the dell in and i have major screen lag

im trying to find a forum whether i can mess with my screen to get it to work

or whether it is genuinly pro 6 as its a very quick moving game
#12
Would these qualify for Quidco aswell? If so, even more savings to be had :)
#13
crazyal
Would these qualify for Quidco aswell? If so, even more savings to be had :)


Yep 5% off pre vat price about another £11

I was looking at a 22" LCD, but this seems a good discount.
#14
No one else fell that they are getting totally ripped off when buying LCD monitors in the uk?

This same panel from dell usa is 359dollars inc delivery, that makes it £183 or £215 inc VAT and that is before any discounts ect.

It’s not like it costs any more to ship it from where it was manufactured to the uk rather than the us.

If buying a more expensive panel like the dell UltraSharp 2407WFP, your better off buying a ticket to America and back and getting the panel there.
#15
im off to the states in 3 months. I didnt think electrical things from there worked over hear ?

Totally agree with what you are saying. Things STILL seem $1 - £1 despite the exchange rate being almost $2 to £1
#16
ScoobyZ
im off to the states in 3 months. I didnt think electrical things from there worked over hear ?

Totally agree with what you are saying. Things STILL seem $1 - £1 despite the exchange rate being almost $2 to £1

Hi ScoobyZ, A Dell panel from the U.S. should work in the U.K. providing the power supply is universal auto-switching which more than likely it is (check to be 100% certain though). Am trying to source from the U.S. something that is almost 3 times the price over here and am getting nowhere because the manufacturers disallow shipping to the EU. We do pay ludicrous prices over here compared to the U.S. there is no doubt in that. Just be aware that purchases of this nature are liable for VAT and import duty.

HTH.
#17
If you need to import from the USA from a company who only ships to the USA, why not try [url]www.parcel2go.com[/url]

I used them to buy three telescopes from a USA company. The place I ordered from shipped Free to my parcel2go USA address (£9.99 per year to rent) and then parcel2go shipped the items to me. The cost to get the items forwarded depends on weight, but it is pretty reasonable if you work things out properly.

I have only used this service once, but things were very easy and went smoothly. I even paid by PayPal for the shipping, which is pretty useful (to me).

Be aware though, using this method it is highly likely you will pay customs and VAT.

Hope this helps someone.
#18
16ms poop!
2 Likes #19
The 16 ms response time IS far too much they DO create lag on a system hence the 16MS in the products description, that means no matter how fast your pc is you will get 16 ms lag no matter what. Lcd monitots are now available with 2ms response my own is 8ms i also have a 19"CRT linked to my pc as i do a lot of work involving graphics LCD are fantastic for saving space thats it im afraid, the picture quality is getting a lot better but crt still beats it hands down. Reading the ad 258 for a 20.1 inch delivered cannot be that good a deal my 19" was 130 delivered

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/115013/rb/24116672353
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/112515/rb/24116672353

30 second search came up with these

now let your slamming begin

flame as much as you want your only typing on a keyboard :D
banned 1 Like #20
Your 19" wasn't 1680x1050 res either. I'm sorry but you will not notice any lag on these panels. Try actually owning one and you'll see.
#21
cells
No one else fell that they are getting totally ripped off when buying LCD monitors in the uk?

This same panel from dell usa is 359dollars inc delivery, that makes it £183 or £215 inc VAT and that is before any discounts ect.

It’s not like it costs any more to ship it from where it was manufactured to the uk rather than the us.

If buying a more expensive panel like the dell UltraSharp 2407WFP, your better off buying a ticket to America and back and getting the panel there.


It's not just in LCD monitors cells, it's the same with a lot of different elcetrical products unfortunately :? Welcome to HUKD :)
1 Like #22
Ok ill ask a very very very simple question because obviously you understand nothing about current display technology.

Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 16ms / 300 cd/m² / 800:1


what that means is the from the minute the signal processor in the display unit recieves the signal it takes 16 ms to "draw" the picture you see on the screen now if your gaming online and you have lag which every online game has ( i assume you understand what lag is if not look it up) you will have lag from the game plus the lag from your monitor. Now this might only be in ms but if you have too much lag you can be upto seconds behind now that isnt the monitors fault but the monitor is 16 ms behind your pc.

Now if that isnt an easy enough explanation i suggest you stick you head in a bucket like the guy above me has and turn your tv on

Do you think they write that in the specs for no reason ? christ do some reading before you start flaming cos flames have a tendancy to burn you back.

and for your information i have a 42" sharp lcd tv ,2 lcd tvs in my kids bedrooms 1 19" on here coupled with a crt and a 37" in my games room hooked up to my wii and xbox 360 I KNOW about lcds ive had them since they were available.

now go and troll somewhere else m8 because you are wrong
#23
scousethief
. Reading the ad 258 for a 20.1 inch delivered cannot be that good a deal my 19" was 130 delivered

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/115013/rb/24116672353
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/112515/rb/24116672353

30 second search came up with these

now let your slamming begin



But those aren't widescreen are they? But you knew that cos you are an LCD-expert!

:viking: SLAMMM!!!
#24
i never said they were widescreen i merely said they were 20" lcd monitors

:viking: slamm ??

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/121037/rb/24118391604
2 Likes #25
Got another 5 negative feedbacks :?

From a side by side review testing for ghosting:

Dell 2007WFP ("16ms")
http://www.pureoverclock.com/images/review/monitors/dell_vs_samsung_20/image080.jpg

Samsung 205BW ("6ms")
http://www.pureoverclock.com/images/review/monitors/dell_vs_samsung_20/image082.jpg

Enough said. Can the trolls now go home?
[admin]#26
You actually don't have any negatives dark_shadow or at least anyone who left it didn't have enough reputation power to affect your rating. Thanks for the helpful info.
#27
I have a rev A02 S-IPS one of these and I don't care if they do quote 16ms I don't get any ghosting.
#28
Admin
You actually don't have any negatives dark_shadow or at least anyone who left it didn't have enough reputation power to affect your rating. Thanks for the helpful info.

Then it begs the question, why would anyone want to try give me negative(s)?
#29
cells
No one else fell that they are getting totally ripped off when buying LCD monitors in the uk?

This same panel from dell usa is 359dollars inc delivery, that makes it £183 or £215 inc VAT and that is before any discounts ect.

It’s not like it costs any more to ship it from where it was manufactured to the uk rather than the us.

If buying a more expensive panel like the dell UltraSharp 2407WFP, your better off buying a ticket to America and back and getting the panel there.

Unfortunately it seems we're always getting ripped off around here :-(
#30
What am I missing here?

The E207WFP is faster and cheaper.. The 207WFP has S-video, Composite and PiP. For PC usage the E207WFP seems to have it hands down.

207WFP:
http://www.dell.com/downloads/emea/products/snp/2007WFP_WAMonitor.pdf
Monitor size and type : 20.1" Flat Panel Display / Active Matrix TFT - Desktop
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 16ms / 300 cd/m² / 800:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 472.7mm x 177.7mm x 332mm to 513mm
Weight : 6.5 Kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H, Includes Height Adjustable Stand
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : 15-pin D-Sub / DVI-D / S-Video /Composite Connectors
Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
Compatibility : PC
Warranty : 3-Year


E207WFP:
http://www.dell.com/downloads/emea/services/uk/en/E207WFP_Monitor.pdf
Monitor Size and Type : 20.1 inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 5ms / 300 cd/m²/ 800:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 471mm x 146mm x 381mm
Weight : 4.8 Kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : Analog (15-pin D-Sub) / Digital (DVI-D) with HDCP, Security Port Slot
Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
Compatibility : PC
Warranty : 3-Year
#31
this monitor is not all that - i tried to play a game on it and it went dead, its a weak and useless monitor and worse of all it has a very DULL screen, sonys ar much better.
#32
foraminafera
What am I missing here?

The E207WFP is faster and cheaper.. The 207WFP has S-video, Composite and PiP. For PC usage the E207WFP seems to have it hands down.

207WFP:
http://www.dell.com/downloads/emea/products/snp/2007WFP_WAMonitor.pdf
Monitor size and type : 20.1" Flat Panel Display / Active Matrix TFT - Desktop
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 16ms / 300 cd/m² / 800:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 472.7mm x 177.7mm x 332mm to 513mm
Weight : 6.5 Kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H, Includes Height Adjustable Stand
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : 15-pin D-Sub / DVI-D / S-Video /Composite Connectors
Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
Compatibility : PC
Warranty : 3-Year


E207WFP:
http://www.dell.com/downloads/emea/services/uk/en/E207WFP_Monitor.pdf
Monitor Size and Type : 20.1 inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 5ms / 300 cd/m²/ 800:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 471mm x 146mm x 381mm
Weight : 4.8 Kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : Analog (15-pin D-Sub) / Digital (DVI-D) with HDCP, Security Port Slot
Dot Pitch : 0.258 mm (Pixel Pitch)
Compatibility : PC
Warranty : 3-Year


You forgot panel type, the cheaper Dell uses TN and the other Dell uses S-IPS or S-PVA, which mean the picture quality is much better and the viewing angles is good.
#33
Chanser
You forgot panel type, the cheaper Dell uses TN and the other Dell uses S-IPS or S-PVA, which mean the picture quality is much better and the viewing angles is good.

Spot on :)

Also that TN Panel from Dell is pretty poor, the likes of LG or something have much better quality stuff!
belkoo
this monitor is not all that - i tried to play a game on it and it went dead, its a weak and useless monitor and worse of all it has a very DULL screen, sonys ar much better.

As with all electronicals, some go wrong . .
#34
I really want to get a 20" widescreen monitor
DELL 2007WFP is on the top of the list purely because it have black bezel. Would like the Samsung 205BW for 200 but its in silver.
I dont use my pc for gaming or movies, I have my LCD TV for that..
would I be better off with E207WFP?
#35
coke_dude
I really want to get a 20" widescreen monitor
DELL 2007WFP is on the top of the list purely because it have black bezel. Would like the Samsung 205BW for 200 but its in silver.
I dont use my pc for gaming or movies, I have my LCD TV for that..
would I be better off with E207WFP?


It depends what you ARE using the monitor for. If you are a graphics designer and doing lots of things which require accurate colour reproduction - the quality of the monitor is critical and generally comes at a very high price. If you are just using it for general computer work - any panel will do and you could even go for one of the cheaper 22" monitors giving you more screen acreage for less money. Personally, I have a 22" Mirai from www.yoyotech.co.uk for £218.43 which serves my needs very well. It also copmes with a 3 year warranty as standard.
#36
If you want opinions from the experts, then browse http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=85 - plenty of posts about this monitor, and most people highly rate it.
#37
There is also a wealth of information in hardforum and Widescreen Gaming.
Very interesting reading especially about the Dell panels.
1 Like #38
enjoymarcus
If you want opinions from the experts, then browse http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=85 - plenty of posts about this monitor, and most people highly rate it.

A Fellow OcUK'er? :-D
#39
for those of you that say this monitor gives u no lag u are wrong and i dont care what ''experts'' or reviews say

i am playing pes6 on it everyday and its unplayable due to the fact the screen lags everywhere

case closed this screen does give u lag

scousetheif is right in what he is saying
#40
Why are you so sure its your screen and not a faulty video card driver or video card.

Just asking but it does seem suspecious that you only see the problems in certain games which may be taking shortcuts within the driver.

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