DELL 2208 WFP 22" HD Widescreen TFT in Midnight Grey with 3 Year Dell Warranty - HotUKDeals
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Amazing 1680 x 1050 native resolution, large 22-inch display, blazing fast 5 ms response time, and incredible 1000:1 contrast ratio lets you view images, documents, graphics and video with extreme detail, vivid colour and fluid motion.
The UltraSharp 2208WFP features Dell TrueColor Technology for better colour representation resulting in deeper, more vibrant reds, greens and blues. With a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1 blacks are darker and vibrant colours pop off the screen for life-like movies, photos and games.
Widescreen means cinema-style viewing and an improved overall multimedia experience. Widescreen provides you with more screen real estate so you can get more stuff on your screen at once while the flat panel design makes sure not to take up very much space on your desktop. Whether you are working or playing, wider and flatter truly is better.
Everything looks better in HD and the UltraSharp 2208WFP with its 1680 x 1050 resolution delivers high definition clarity right to your desktop. The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) with HDCP, a feature required by Blu-Ray and HD-DVD players, enables playback of high definition digital video audio with no loss in detail for life-like clarity and amazing detail.
UltraSharp monitors are designed to fit just about any situation and give you a comfortable viewing experience. Adjust the height, tilt the panel forward and backward, swivel it left-to-right, even pivot from landscape mode to portrait mode. The UltraSharp 2208WFP adjusts to fit your optimal viewing position. Convenient USB 2.0 ports help you avoid the hassle of running out of USB ports on your PC or reaching around the back to access them.

1680 x 1050 native resolution Stunning detail and more viewable real estate without compromising desk space.

5 millisecond (grey-to-grey) response time (typical) Helps reduce ghosting and motion blur when gaming or watching movies.

1000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (typical) Produces darker blacks for sharper images, crisp text, better colour saturation and greater detail for HD entertainment.

Dell TrueColor Technology - Richer, life-like imagery that has accurate colour representation better tones and hues. Reds, greens and blues are deeper and more vibrant.

High Definition (HD) Everything looks better in HD.

Dell UltraSharp Advantage Adjusts to fit your optimal viewing position allowing you to tilt, swivel, pivot, raise and lower with little effort.

USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Ports Convenient USB 2.0 ports help you avoid the hassle of running out of USB ports on your PC or reaching around the back to access them.
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#1
Hahaha this is a waste of money 205 quid for a 22" tv, with normal spec. You could get a better speced samsung monitor for say 150 quid. COLD!
#2
This a very good screen but only £197.17 delivered from Ebuyer, so cold I'm afraid.
#3
sharp910sh;2669961
Hahaha this is a waste of money 205 quid for a 22" tv, with normal spec. You could get a better speced samsung monitor for say 150 quid. COLD!

any links plz?:whistling:
#4
sharp910sh
Hahaha this is a waste of money 205 quid for a 22" tv, with normal spec. You could get a better speced samsung monitor for say 150 quid. COLD!


This is a monitor not a TV....

And as rodman says, could you provide a link to this great samsung screen with a height adjustable stand and zero bright pixel guarentee for less?
#5
Was only £157 delivered, in Black last week.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=220510
I bought one and I'm not impressed with the picture quality.
#6
My bad I meant monitor, and http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132860 for £163.

"height adjustable stand and zero bright pixel guarentee for less", when buying a monitor height adjustment doesn't matter, nor does zero birhgt pixel guarentee, it doesn't even cover dead pixels.

You would be a fool to buy this monitor.
#7
tuggy
Was only £157 delivered, in Black last week.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=220510
I bought one and I'm not impressed with the picture quality.


Nope - you bought a different screen. This deal is for the Ultrasharp E2208 WFP. A very different screen altogether.
#8
urbans01
Nope - you bought a different screen. This deal is for the Ultrasharp E2208 WFP. A very different screen altogether.


Yes, thanks for the correction, the reference nos. are very misleading.
If I'd known the difference last week I'd have paid the extra £40 to get the better one from ebuyer.
#9
urbans01
Nope - you bought a different screen. This deal is for the Ultrasharp E2208 WFP. A very different screen altogether.


In the 22" size the E228 is the basic model, the SP2208 is the model with webcam and the 2208 Ultrasharp is dell's top-end model (although it is still a TN panel). There's no such thing as the Ultrasharp E2208WFP.

They've also got the 2007WFP on there for £200 which seems like a pretty nice price for it (it's a non-TN).

sharp910sh
My bad I meant monitor, and http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132860 for £163.

"height adjustable stand and zero bright pixel guarentee for less", when buying a monitor height adjustment doesn't matter, nor does zero birhgt pixel guarentee, it doesn't even cover dead pixels.

You would be a fool to buy this monitor.


Height adjustment doesn't matter? That sounds like the words of someone who's never had a height adjustable monitor. Height adjustment doesn't matter if you're mounting it on an arm or if you're lucky enough to get a monitor that's the right height for you but for a family computer with multiple users or just to get it to the right height in the first place it's a great feature.

As for the guarentee covering 'only' bright pixels; they are the sort that are most annoying by far, dead pixels just look like specs of dust and while a complete defective-pixel guarentee would be nicer it's far better than the 10 coloured/4 white/black defective pixels you'd need to have on the samsung before it could be returned without a fuss.

The samsung is cheaper but it lacks the features of this so it's not a fair comparison, even if it may be a better choice for anyone who's sure they'd never use the extra features.
#10
Yes, look at the contrast- 1000:1 dynamic, which means the backlights have to turn on and offl; as a result the the static contrast is like 300:1. On the other hand the samsung has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 3000:1 dynamic! Huge difference. I buy monitors based on how good the image looks at the end of the day, they could have 100 usbs, height adjustment and all that rubbish, but at the end of the day the most imporant thing is the screen quality. As you haven't seen either in real life, they could be bother rubbish.
#11
Well , I can testify that the Dell E228WFP I bought last week has a very poor quality picture, in fact as
sharp910sh suggests, it's rubbish.
#12
tuggy
Well , I can testify that the Dell E228WFP I bought last week has a very poor quality picture, in fact as
sharp910sh suggests, it's rubbish.


Ahem.
#13
sharp910sh
Yes, look at the contrast- 1000:1 dynamic, which means the backlights have to turn on and offl; as a result the the static contrast is like 300:1. On the other hand the samsung has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 3000:1 dynamic! Huge difference. I buy monitors based on how good the image looks at the end of the day, they could have 100 usbs, height adjustment and all that rubbish, but at the end of the day the most imporant thing is the screen quality. As you haven't seen either in real life, they could be bother rubbish.


I hadn't noticed that before but I would assume it's a mistype, although I can't find any measurements of the black depth to confirm it either way.

Of course image quality is usually the big factor when buying a monitor but that doesn't mean other features should be ignored entirely or that you can't get both good image quality and features.

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