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Dell 27" UltraSharp 2707WFP widescreen LCD flat panel monitor was £982.30 Now £787.49 or less delive

£787.49 @ Dell (Business)
Use discount code KTC13JT600BDF3 for the above price. Dont forget Quidco too for cashback on this. Monitor Size and Type : 27-inch Widescreen LCD Flat Panel Monitor Resolution : 1920 x 1200 Pix…
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[mod] 9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Use discount code KTC13JT600BDF3 for the above price.

Dont forget Quidco too for cashback on this.

Monitor Size and Type : 27-inch Widescreen LCD Flat Panel Monitor
Resolution : 1920 x 1200 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 6ms / 450cd/m² / 1000:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 634mm x 243mm x 442mm
Weight : 12.5kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : Analog (15-pin -Sub) / Digital (DVI-D) with HDCP, S-Video. Composite, Component, 9-in-2 Media Card Reader, 4 x USB 2.0 Ports, Security Port Slot
Dot Pitch : 0.303mm (Pixel Pitch)
Colour : Artic Silver
Warranty : 3-Year
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#1
i know you have a thing with dell mike,but that is an obscene price.6ms and an astonishingly bad .3 dot pitch.probably 500 quid overpriced.
#2
Dell's list prices for monitors tend to be very high so without a massive discount they are over-priced. This isn't that big a discount so I vote cold.
There are better deals for Dell monitors on eBay from reputable sellers; the 30” is currently available for £829 including 3 year warranty, sound-bar and delivery.
[mod]#3
If I dont post the discount codes someone else will, it is 20% off so I have made you aware ;-) the good thing about the for sale forum is the voting, it lets you the members put a cold vote on something that isnt such a good deal even with 20% off.
#4
wow
how did you get this discount code?
#5
Good point Mike - and given the popularity of the £329 system I don't think many people wan't you to stop posting the deals!!

Little bit O\T but do you know when deals are going to be posted (on Dell) or changed in advance? I'm waiting for a 20" or 22" monitor bargain, I missed the ones over easter and wondered if you had any idea when they may do a similar promotion?
#6
wish it the 20% code worked for the 30" dell :w00t:
[mod]#7
jah128
Good point Mike - and given the popularity of the £329 system I don't think many people wan't you to stop posting the deals!!

Little bit O\T but do you know when deals are going to be posted (on Dell) or changed in advance? I'm waiting for a 20" or 22" monitor bargain, I missed the ones over easter and wondered if you had any idea when they may do a similar promotion?


Sorry, I really dont work for dell, so I dont get advanced info on what deals they are going to make available. I wish they did tell me, would save me getting up at 5:30am on Thursday mornings to sift through the new offers.
#8
Do not judge monitors by their specifications especially the response time as this is not standard and can be quoted different ways to make the panel look better.

Dell panels are generally high quality and this one has a good range of features including the important HDCP. Also, the 1920x1200 resolution means you can run it off a standard DVI port whereas the 30 inch 2560x1600 screen needs a dual link DVI port. Also, I believe the 30 inch screen has a lack of features, not sure about HDCP but from what I recall there's no card reader, s-video, composite, VGA etc.

John
#9
Johnmcl7
Do not judge monitors by their specifications especially the response time as this is not standard and can be quoted different ways to make the panel look better.

Dell panels are generally high quality and this one has a good range of features including the important HDCP. Also, the 1920x1200 resolution means you can run it off a standard DVI port whereas the 30 inch 2560x1600 screen needs a dual link DVI port. Also, I believe the 30 inch screen has a lack of features, not sure about HDCP but from what I recall there's no card reader, s-video, composite, VGA etc.

John


Agreed!

Too many buy on spec/price alone. This is ridiculous as it does not guarantee a decent performance. It's like harping on about how many pixels a digital camera has only, when the lens quality plays such a massive part in achieving a top quality pic. It's always best to get a test drive or demonstration if you can and check out independent specialist reviews too.

Yes, a higher price doesn't mean it's better but where top quality and reliability are required, the cheapest prices aren't possible. Although this particular Dell monitor doesn't offer the best value it shouldn't be compared to others on spec alone.
#10
Johnmcl7
Do not judge monitors by their specifications especially the response time as this is not standard and can be quoted different ways to make the panel look better.
Dell panels are generally high quality and this one has a good range of features including the important HDCP. Also, the 1920x1200 resolution means you can run it off a standard DVI port whereas the 30 inch 2560x1600 screen needs a dual link DVI port. Also, I believe the 30 inch screen has a lack of features, not sure about HDCP but from what I recall there's no card reader, s-video, composite, VGA etc.John

I mentioned the 30" monitor not to compare it specification wise with the 27" but to reinforce my point that Dell's Monitors often have a high RRP and that this discount isn't particulary good.
I'm not trying to discourage such deals being posted as if you want a 27" TFT NOW, it might be the best available deal. Overalll though I think it's cold.

With regard the 30" model it's a very different beast and will appeal to a different market. It has had very good reviews, spec includes (HDCP, card reader, 4 USB ports) and you only need spend £22 at Ebuyer for a 7300GS 256 MB to gain dual link DVI support, which is trivial if you're spending over £800 on a monitor.
There are cases where I'd take the 27" over the 30"; it depends on the purpose it's used for.
#11
cells
wish it the 20% code worked for the 30" dell :w00t:

The 30" Dell is currently on offer with a 25% discount: http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=94058
But if you'd prefer 20% I'm sure Dell would oblige you. :giggle:
#12
no, honestly placing this post might make one sap buy it.i personally discourage it considering full hd 42 inch tv's are almost same price.it is not a dig at mike as he has top posts,but dell selling 10 year old components at 10 year old prices.

p.s. not even quality ,i have not seen a dot pitch of .3 in my entire life.
#13
The larger dot pitch in no way makes this inferior. Almost all 19" and 22" monitors have roughly .3mm dot pitch, being the same resolution as their 17" and 20" brethren respectively. This monitor uses the same resolution as the 24" model but on the larger dot pitch, which many may find an advantage if they plan to use it as a monitor more than 3 ft away from where they are sat.


MikeT
I wish they did tell me, would save me getting up at 5:30am on Thursday mornings to sift through the new offers.


Cheers Mike, Thursday mornings is what I was after!
#14
betelgeus
no, honestly placing this post might make one sap buy it.i personally discourage it considering full hd 42 inch tv's are almost same price.it is not a dig at mike as he has top posts,but dell selling 10 year old components at 10 year old prices.
p.s. not even quality ,i have not seen a dot pitch of .3 in my entire life.

Comparing a monitor to a TV is usually a no one situation as they are both optimised for different functions. Don't forget that some 1080P TVs don't support this resolution when connected to a PC.
If you think a dot pitch of .3 is bad for a 27" screen can you imagine what the dot pitch of a 42" screen is for the same resolution!
As for the 10 year old gibe, please get serious, such things weren't around 10 years ago, you just look out of touch. I'm not a big fan of Dell but their high end monitors usually get very good reviews from recognised sources which I take far more seriously than your immature posturings.
#15
thanks smiling good post,but the overall question is £728 for an lcd at these specs a good deal .Do you believe it is correctly priced?.the forum is for good deals.this would be a good deal several years ago considering a full hd panel at 40 inch can be purchased at same price
#16
betelgeus
thanks smiling good post,but the overall question is £728 for an lcd at these specs a good deal .Do you believe it is correctly priced?.the forum is for good deals.this would be a good deal several years ago considering a full hd panel at 40 inch can be purchased at same price

Hi Betelgeus, I don't think this is a good deal as my initial post stated and why I voted it cold. It's just that I don't think comparing a PC monitor to a TV is relevant, which is what you are doing. For just over £800 I can buy a 30" Dell monitor supporting 2560x1600 which no TV can compete with. It's much better than a 40" TV for PC use but I'm sure the TV is better for watching video.

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