Dell 3007 30" Widescreen TFT (Refurbished with 30day RTB Warranty) £550 inc vat delivered - HotUKDeals
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The Dell 30-inch widescreen monitor is a visual wonder, boasting a fast response time, high contrast ratio and ultra-high resolution. Color and detail have never looked better or bigger thanks to the brilliantly bright display and Dell's UltraSharpTM technology. There are plenty of reasons why Dell is America's number 1 source for flat-panel displays the 3007WFP is one more.
An Office with a View The 3007WFP is the perfect tool for CAD-CAM, 3D modeling, pre-press editing, video editing, graphic design and professional photography. Don't squint when polishing your visual creations the 3007WFP gives you a larger-than-life view of all the details, and it allows for viewing multiple pages, layouts and images in a convenient side-by-side format. Designers, editors and modelers can enjoy high productivity and minimized eyestrain, not to mention a first-class viewing experience every time they sit at their desk.
It Isn't All Work, No Play Your multimedia, video and graphics will find new life. The 3007WFP is like a window to another world, offering you a chance to enjoy multimedia and gaming like never before, immersing you in a visual experience designed to awe and inspire. The widescreen format is also ideal for watching DVDs and high-definition television, making the 3007WFP as versatile as it is stunning.
Comfortable Viewing Enjoy a comfortable viewing experience whether you're working, surfing or watching movies. The 3007WFP is designed to be flexible, with a stand that offers adjustable height, swivel and tilt so you can optimize your comfort while viewing it on your desktop. The integrated USB ports (4) and 9-in-2 media card reader also allow the monitor to act as a media extension for your PC. And the capacitive touch buttons allow for easy brightness adjustment and one-touch system shutdown.


Technical Details:
Brightness 400 cd/m2
Colour Midnight Grey
Colour support 24-bit (16.7 million colours)
Contrast ratio 700:1
Dimensions 27.26 in. (W) x 7.87 in. (D) x 18.49 in. (H)
Height adjustment 90mm up or down
Kensington lock slot Yes
Pixel pitch 0.250
Ports DVI-D (dual link) with HDCP, USB 2.0 (4), 9-in-2 Media Card Reader
Power consumption 147W to 177W (max) w/USB and sound bar
Resolution 2560x1600 (max)
Response time 11 ms
Size (inches) 30
Swivel 60° left and right
Type Active Matrix - TFT LCD
Viewing angle( h/v) 178/178


Please note this only has a Warranty 30 days RTB


The interesting thing about this that of the two people i know that have ordered one of these, me being one of them, we both have recieved the latest 3007WFP-HC screen version. Its a bit of a gamble with the warranty but mine has been perfect so far.
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#1
I should also mention that you will need a pretty modern graphics card to get this to work even in 2D. You need a dual link DVI card due to the unfeasable resolution of this thing.

If you want to play £D games you will be looking at a monster PC with probbly SLI 8800GTX cards to get the very latest games going at full resolution.
#2
i'm always forgetting stuff. The specs in the first post are for the 3007WFP model.

Below are the specs for the 3007WFP-HC model that we both recieved seperatly. Do bear in mind though that aria's site makes no mention of the HC model so i was surprised when i turnsed up.

Dell 3007WFP-HC 30" Widescreen LCD
Specifications and Features

Viewable Image Size 30 inches
Diagonal Size 30 inches
Display Type Active Matrix - TFT LCD
Color Gamut 92%
Depth 7.87 inches
Height 18.49 inches compressed
22 inches extended
Height Adjustability 90mm up or down
Swivel 60o left and right
Tilt 3o forward and 19o backward
Width 27.26 inches
Weight (no stand) 25.07 lbs.
Weight (with stand) 35.24 lbs.
Horizontal Viewing Angle 178o (typical)
Vertical Viewing Angle 178o (typical)
Color Support 16.7 million colors
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Response Time 8 ms (grey-to-grey)
12 ms (black-to-black)
Brightness 300 cd/m2
Resolution 2560x1600 (max)
Pixel Pitch (Dot Pitch) 0.250 mm
Ports DVI-D (dual link) with HDCP
USB 2.0 (4)
9-in-2 Media Card Reader
Kensington security port
Power Consumption 147W to 177W (max) w/USB and sound bar
Less than 1W switched of
#3
yoshi
I should also mention that you will need a pretty modern graphics card to get this to work even in 2D. You need a dual link DVI card due to the unfeasable resolution of this thing.

£550 for a monitor with a 30 day warranty! Hmm, I'll pass on that as i'm not a gambler. It's an interesting proposition though and thanks for the post.
A dual link DVI card can be had for about £22 if you use Ebuyer and Google Checkout.
#4
I know what you mean about it being a gamble smilingcrow but u will be missing out on 2560x1600 pixels of heavenly goodness. Thats almost 4 million pixels, way beyond most other monitors. Tis a think of modern wonderment :-)

i'm amazed that u can get a dual link dvi card for just 22 quid as well, happy days indeed.
#5
what was the condition like?


these can be had from dell for £920 brand new with 3 yr warranty so a decent saving, but pretty risky considering they charge a 20% re-stocking fee if things go bad
#6
yoshi
I know what you mean about it being a gamble smilingcrow but u will be missing out on 2560x1600 pixels of heavenly goodness. Thats almost 4 million pixels, way beyond most other monitors. Tis a think of modern wonderment :-)

i'm amazed that u can get a dual link dvi card for just 22 quid as well, happy days indeed.




anything lower than a GTX would be a shame on this monitor!
#7
Just out of interest which card did u spot that supported dual link dvi for 22 quid?
#8
Hi Cells,

Mine came in a dell 3007WFP-HC box and as far as i can tell it looks brand new. Not a mark on it and no dead pixels as far as i can tell.

It did say grade A on the box so i'm sure it is a refurb but if they had stuck it in a box and told me it was new i really couldn't have told the difference.
#9
i agree about the 8800gtc or maybe even 2 being needed for the very latest games. Its a total monster. I laughed out loud when i took it out of the box and got it up and running, tis trully spectacular. I have a dell 2405 as well and when i do a remote desktop the 2405 screen sits easily on the 3007 screen with loads of room to spare.

totally mega, cant beieve i just said that but it is 2am :-)
#10
Looks like my deal is being sent to an icy grave :-( oh well there's no pleasing some folk :-)
#11
**** hot!

think il treat myself
#12
So after thirty days, if there's any problem with the monitor, it can't be fixed?
#13
A lot of credit card providers provide an additional 1yr warranty on expensive electrical goods, probably something to do with Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. That should allay the fears of those who want the warranty.
#14
hi minyee,

I guess you could pay to have it repaired if it where to go faulty.


Hi Jonney T,

Thats an interesting idea. I wonder if it applies in this case.
#15
thanks yoshi, very good info
So we go straight to the manufacturer for the repair if we need it?

Regards
Min Yee
#16
yoshi
Just out of interest which card did u spot that supported dual link dvi for 22 quid?

I made a mistake, the cheapest NVidia dual-link cards seem to be the 7600GS & 8500GT which are £43 and £46 respectively including postage and Google discount. I'm not sure about ATI.
#17
fantastic deal, I bought a refurbished Samsung 32" off ebay which was refurbished for about £310 and it was perfect condition, if it was sold to you as new you would never know it had been refurbished...that only has a 3 month warranty, but I won't need it anyway.
#18
HenvY
fantastic deal, I bought a refurbished Samsung 32" off ebay which was refurbished for about £310 and it was perfect condition, if it was sold to you as new you would never know it had been refurbished...that only has a 3 month warranty, but I won't need it anyway.


Was this a tv or a PC monitor? If so does the seller have anymore listed :)

edit: i think i found the listing. Its 32" but the resolution is 1366 x 768. Still a creacking bargain though!
#19
Paulomeandi
Was this a tv or a PC monitor? If so does the seller have anymore listed :)

I use it as a TV but it can be used as both...
I'll pm you the link
#20
I really must resist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My spec at the moment:http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=17694679 , oh dear :-(

I don't need one, I don't need one, I don't need one :whistling:
#21
Wow, nice rig, neatly done, thumbs up
lol, I was considering adding a 2007wfp to my current one too, however, this deal is soooo tempting, but 550 pounds is still quite a lot of cash to part :(
can get like 2 8800gtx for sli

I don't need one, I don't need one......
#22
Can someone recommend a graphics card that will run on this monitor at max res but not break the bank? On AGP?
#23
lazyboy
Can someone recommend a graphics card that will run on this monitor at max res but not break the bank? On AGP?



what do you intend to use the monitor for?




also, my roommate ordered one that came today. it is VERY LARGE, you really need a massive desk. it also has a small scratch on the bottom left. nothing major but if it was from dell im sure it he would have returned it and asked for a new one!
#24
hi lazyboy,

as cells says it depends on what you want the monitor for.

If you are mainly doing 2d work but need a lot of real estate then most dual link cards will be fine. Expect to pay anywhere from 60 quid upwards.

If on the other hand u want to play the very latest 3d games at full 4 million pixel resolution this bad boy has you are looking at 1 and more possibly 2 8800gtx video cards which would be an eye watering 700 quid or thereabouts. Do bear in mind that this has twice the number of pixels of a dell 24 inch 2407 monitor. Thats a lot of pixels to shift around.

You would also need a monster PC with a real heavy weight cpu. Overclocking might save a few pounds.

If you have the cash to splash out on all of the above then this is one serious monitor.
#25
Awesome deal thanks yoshi, got the HC model as well 8)
#26
Cool SiG,

Temerature for this deal is still negative but i'm glad some people realise that its a great deal for an awesome monitor.

It is an expensive item thoe and a pretty small number of people will be interested.

glad to have been of help.
[admin]#27
Good price yoshi - the warranty is a bit low though to be honest I think perhaps that is what is worrying some people?
#28
you guys are going to be blind in a week! :whistling: :giggle:
#29
Admin
Good price yoshi - the warranty is a bit low though to be honest I think perhaps that is what is worrying some people?



Together with the fact that it is from Aria???

Not my favourite online retailer, i'm afraid.
#30
I would like to point out to those who are worried regarding the warranty - you should still be covered under s.14(a) of the Sale of Goods Act (ref unsatisfactory quality).

If the monitor, say, dies completely after approximately 6 months you should have a reasonably recourse to the retailer that the goods were clearly of unsatisfactory quality DESPITE the 30 day warranty - these are complete misnomers used by retailers to try to negate their SSG obligations - as far as i know anyway.
#31
cells
what do you intend to use the monitor for?


Software development, Photo and video editing. Dont need games performance. I'd be grateful for any suggestions. I dont have a PCI-E slot.
#32
Lazyboy,

If you need it for photediting/software development and other 2D applications a good quality agp card should do the trick.

Something like a 7800 GS or a good quality ATI card should be more than enough.
#33
Lazyboy,

Just spotted this in another thread. I imagine this would be fine for your needs.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=67297
#34
Thank you for your suggestions Yoshi, went for a 7600GS in the end, it seems a good all round card.
p.s Thanks for posting the monitor in the first place!

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