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Dell E207WFP widescreen £128.83 inc delivery

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Quidco on top of this too. £168.15 next cheapest at ebuyer

Features & Benefits
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
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#1
nice find:thumbsup:
#2
good for the price. voted hot
#3
fantastic monitor - got this and recommend you get this at that price . its a steal !
#4
Excellent price!
banned#5
I bought one like this for £330 about two years back (although it was a slightly higher spec I guess) yeah dells are pretty much the best monitors out there even for their prices, and esp at this price
#6
Does anybody know what these are like with Xbox 360's? Thanks.
#7
I have this and it isn't great to be honest.

When ran side by side with my Dell Ultrasharp 2005FP which is older there is no comparison, the Ultrasharp is a million miles ahead.

But if you are running it by itself you may not notice the lack of colours and brightness....
#8
just ordered this, i've had my 17" one for years and years now, be nice to dual monitor it up !
#9
Still nothing beats the Fujitsu-Siemens deal (2 more inches and a better spec for another £6), but still this is an excellent price for a Dell.
#10
I want a decent 24" monitor anyone know of any decent deals...
#11
reddragon105;1926081
Still nothing beats the Fujitsu-Siemens deal (2 more inches and a better spec for another £6), but still this is an excellent price for a Dell.
This monitor uses a MUCH better panel...
#12
does anyone here who has this monitor have the sound bar accessory and if so whats their opinion of it and is there anyway you can connect a freeview box to monitor
#13
I have a freeview box connected to my Dell Ultrasharp 2005FP but it would be much harder to connect it to this monitor as it doesn't have as many inputs, you will have to buy a RGB to VGA changer which are £30 odd or so.

The 2005FP I have is connected purely by a simple 50p cable.
#14
Toscy;1925818
Does anybody know what these are like with Xbox 360's? Thanks.


Well I've got the 24" version of this and an Xbox360 Elite plugged in.

Although my monitor is full HD resolution at 1920x1200 (yummy) it won't display the Xbox at 1080P.

1080i is a no-no too as the monitor won't do interlace.

So 720P it is but it still looks fabbo
banned#15
reddragon105
Still nothing beats the Fujitsu-Siemens deal (2 more inches and a better spec for another £6), but still this is an excellent price for a Dell.


lol please Dells are top of the range even the £550 ones offer brilliant value for money they are like the Jaguar of the monitor world.
#16
Just ordered one with Quidco..:thumbsup:
#17
damn all these tft deals!!
my tft has died but ive no money till the middle of next month :oops:

heat added though
1 Like #18
Jakg
This monitor uses a MUCH better panel...


not really, the dell 207 uses a very similar TN panel. The dell 2007wfp/fp however uses an S-IPS panel...which is superior for alot of things.
Info on panel technologys here : http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1039222

lol please Dells are top of the range even the £550 ones offer brilliant value for money they are like the Jaguar of the monitor world.

This monitor isn't top of the range.. the quality with dell monitors varies significantly, if you get any "ultrasharp" model your going to see pretty good quality, this is made as a cheap monitor to bundle in with computers they sell......and it shows.

Dell isn't particularly top of the range for monitors anyway, there pretty evenly placed among NEC, Samsung, Benq and Hazro if you can find one.
They all have there high's and low's none are perfect, but each to there own.
#19
For an average user - no gaming or video watching, just general office and internet usage, would this be a good choice? It's for a Mac.

And how bad are the viewing angles with these TN screens? I mean, I believe they lose colour if not viewed head-on, but can the information on screen still be read clearly?

cheers
#20
charlie12;1926805
For an average user - no gaming or video watching, just general office and internet usage, would this be a good choice? It's for a Mac.

And how bad are the viewing angles with these TN screens? I mean, I believe they lose colour if not viewed head-on, but can the information on screen still be read clearly?

cheers


I wouldn't buy it to be honest as the picture colours are not at all vivid.

It would be a much better idea to get ANY Ultrasharp off Ebay for the same price. You may not notice the colour but as soon as you use a decent screen you will notice. It is as if the picture can get quite bright, but the colours are not at all vivid.
banned#21
david b

Dell isn't particularly top of the range for monitors anyway, there pretty evenly placed among NEC, Samsung, Benq and Hazro if you can find one.
They all have there high's and low's none are perfect, but each to there own.


I didn't say this particular one was top of the range but in general they are much better especially as when you reach the £400 mark
#22
cheap-information
I wouldn't buy it to be honest as the picture colours are not at all vivid.

It would be a much better idea to get ANY Ultrasharp off Ebay for the same price. You may not notice the colour but as soon as you use a decent screen you will notice. It is as if the picture can get quite bright, but the colours are not at all vivid.


Cheers, I've seen the 2001FP used for around the £100 mark, this appears to be an ultrasharp model, though not widescreen which isn't a huge issue. I guess this would be a better choice?
1 Like #23
charlie12;1926925
Cheers, I've seen the 2001FP used for around the £100 mark, this appears to be an ultrasharp model, though not widescreen which isn't a huge issue. I guess this would be a better choice?




A much, much better choice.
#24
cheap-information
A much, much better choice.


Cheers :thumbsup:
#25
Well i have the 22" version i got last year and it seems great to me , why do you need ultra sharp if just surfing the web?

As for games , i doubt you see a huge difference between this and ultra sharp? unless ya maybe a bit geeky
#26
alera
I want a decent 24" monitor anyone know of any decent deals...


Lots, but it depends on what you're after. The BenQ G2400W is supposed to be a decent cheap 24" and there's the Yuraku if you can live with it's build quality.

david b
not really, the dell 207 uses a very similar TN panel. The dell 2007wfp/fp however uses an S-IPS panel...which is superior for alot of things.
Info on panel technologys here : http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1039222

This monitor isn't top of the range.. the quality with dell monitors varies significantly, if you get any "ultrasharp" model your going to see pretty good quality, this is made as a cheap monitor to bundle in with computers they sell......and it shows.

Dell isn't particularly top of the range for monitors anyway, there pretty evenly placed among NEC, Samsung, Benq and Hazro if you can find one.
They all have there high's and low's none are perfect, but each to there own.


Hasn't the 2007WFP gone to panel lottery these days? With some IPS and some VA panels?

The £450 Dell 2408WFP seeems to be an excellent general multimedia monitor along with the BenQ FP241W but from the reviews they don't seem to be top of the 1920x1200 range, that honour would go to NEC's or Samsung's flagship models, or a 30" if you were talking about PC monitors overall.

charlie12
For an average user - no gaming or video watching, just general office and internet usage, would this be a good choice? It's for a Mac.

And how bad are the viewing angles with these TN screens? I mean, I believe they lose colour if not viewed head-on, but can the information on screen still be read clearly?

cheers


Horizontal viewing angles on TNs these days are very good, the shift is still visible and worse than IPS but perfectly usable for non-colour critical work. Vertical viewing angles, especially from below, are still dreadful though.

For office usage this monitor should be fine, although you may have to buy the £15 adaptor from Apple if you've got one of their silly mini/micro DVI ports.

charlie12
Cheers, I've seen the 2001FP used for around the £100 mark, this appears to be an ultrasharp model, though not widescreen which isn't a huge issue. I guess this would be a better choice?


LCD tech is progressing pretty quickly, I'm not sure a seven year old model would be better than this.
#27
I have gone for the BenQ G2400W 24" at play.com for £239.99 delivered. Quidco tracked at £9 so £230 for a 24" with decent reviews seemed like a good price to me. Its a budget screen but so is this and the extra 4" makes a big difference.

Its also got a good range of connections hdmi etc and is a 1920 x 1200 resolution panel...
#28
I'm pretty desperate for anew monitor and have been looking at these two, can any monitor experts help?:

Samsung SM223BW 21.6" 5ms 3000:1 contrast - £164
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4LKW

LG Electronics 22" Wide W2252TQ for £185 which has 10,000:1 contrast ratio!!! and 2ms
(which looks to be the better deal, what do you reckon?)
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=52KG
#29
stuart1955
does anyone here who has this monitor have the sound bar accessory and if so whats their opinion of it and is there anyway you can connect a freeview box to monitor


If you get a freeview box with an hdmi output, it should work if you get an hdmi to dvi-d lead from somewhere like Ebuyer. Havent tried it tho.
#30
EndlessWaves

Horizontal viewing angles on TNs these days are very good, the shift is still visible and worse than IPS but perfectly usable for non-colour critical work. Vertical viewing angles, especially from below, are still dreadful though.
...
LCD tech is progressing pretty quickly, I'm not sure a seven year old model would be better than this.


Thanks for the info - I didn't realise the 2001FP was such an old model ( I should have guessed from the model number!). So I'm still considering a new TN screen, I've also seen these two:

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22" Neovo H-W22 V2 Widescreen LCD, 1680x1050, DVI, 2000:1 DCR, 300 cd/m2, 3 ms, Speakers, VESA £139.77 @ Scan today only

Belinea o.display 2_22 / 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor £139.99 @ Play - 5% code

What do you think? :)[/size]
#31
Thanks for pointing out the 5% voucher code @ play.com :)

Just canceled and reordered and with quidco it takes the BenQ G2400W 24" down to £220..
#32
Raz23
Samsung SM223BW 21.6" 5ms 3000:1 contrast - £164
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=4LKW

LG Electronics 22" Wide W2252TQ for £185 which has 10,000:1 contrast ratio!!! and 2ms
(which looks to be the better deal, what do you reckon?)
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=52KG


Those two figures only refer to dynamic contrast, which is a feature that automatically adjusts the brightness. I don't have the figures on hand but the realcontrast is probably around 1000:1 for both.

I would look for some reviews on both and see which is rated more highly, the specs don't tell you much.
#33
EndlessWaves
Those two figures only refer to dynamic contrast, which is a feature that automatically adjusts the brightness. I don't have the figures on hand but the realcontrast is probably around 1000:1 for both.

I would look for some reviews on both and see which is rated more highly, the specs don't tell you much.


Finding reviews for the LG is proving very difficult, oh and about the specs, anyone being fooled by all this contrast, ms stuff should give this a read:

http://www.practical-home-theater-guide.com/contrast-ratio.html
#34
My BenQ G2400W 24" came from play great monitor for £220......
#35
If you just want a big decent screen without any fancy bits, then the ViewSonic 22" widescreen from Tesco is only £139 instore. I bought one of these a few weeks ago and for what I paid for it (£159 at the time) I am chuffed to bits.
It only comes with a D-SUB connector unfortunately but even so it is great for gaming as well as general use.

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