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Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP 20.1-inch LCD Monitor £237.06 Delivered + 4.5% Quidco

£237.06 @ Dell (Business)
This excellent monitor has had a tasty £15 or so price drop in the last 24 hours (was around £258 just two days ago), and when you add the 4.5% cashback from Quidco (£9.08), this superb S-IPS panel mo…
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9y, 9m agoFound 9 years, 9 months ago
This excellent monitor has had a tasty £15 or so price drop in the last 24 hours (was around £258 just two days ago), and when you add the 4.5% cashback from Quidco (£9.08), this superb S-IPS panel monitor comes in at £227.98! What's EVEN BETTER is that I ordered this yesterday afternoon and it arrived THIS MORNING!! So much for 1-2 week availability!! I am delighted with this monitor, and as I would have been elated at someone else posting this deal I thought I'd get it on here just in case others had been hanging out for a 2007WFP :) NOTE: £240.58 on the item page, this gets discounted to £237.06 when you put it in the basket

Here's the blurb:

The Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP 20.1-inch Widescreen Flat Panel LCD Monitor is a wide aspect desktop display that redefines the performance of LCD displays with a stylish Dell industrial design, and advanced functionality. With this monitor, you can watch DVDs in natural format, run multiple applications simultaneously and improve productivity with less scrolling and toggling. The 2007WFP provides an excellent option for video editing and 3D imaging as both source and destination video can be viewed in a single window. It also supports advanced features such as PIP (picture in picture) and PBP (picture by picture) and can be activated with a touch of a button right in the front of the display. With the included height adjustment stand, every user can adjust the display to their exact comfort level and help reduce eye and neck strain. This Flat Panel LCD Monitor comes with a 3-Year Warranty. Dell-branded monitors undergo exhaustive testing for performance, reliability, durability and compatibility with Dell systems.

* Display sharp and brilliant images with 1680x1050 Pixels resolution
* Wide viewing angle of 178º horizontal and vertical
* 800:1 contrast ratio and 16 millisecond typical response time for distortion-free, sharp images
* Ideal for multi-taskers, high-end graphic designers, content creation users, financial sector analysts and gamers
* Supported by Dell Technical Support
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#1
Can this be moved to the "Computer and Software" section form "Electricals" as I had trouble finding it and maybe others will as well.

I am intertested in this monitor but notice the response time is 16ms. Many new monitors are well under this, some as low as 2ms. How worried should I be about a 16ms response time ? (I do not play games but watch DVDs).
#2
With dell the response time is very conservative. In practical terms its unnoticeable.
#3
seancampbell
With dell the response time is very conservative. In practical terms its unnoticeable.


I agree. I have a 2005FPW (the older, 20" version of this) which is supposedly 16ms, and have never noticed any ghosting or anything. I am very happy with mine and would recommend to anyone :thumbsup:

Dave
1 Like #4
I just paid £252 for this last week! Unbelievable monitor, shame I didnt wait a week. Do they have a price promise?

PS the 22" monitors around the same price usually have cheaper TN panels - not that it really matters that much.
1 Like #5
russ
I just paid £252 for this last week! Unbelievable monitor, shame I didnt wait a week. Do they have a price promise?


Threaten to return under Distance Selling Regs and they'll offer around 10% back on your card - you get 7 working days starting day after receipt to try out distance purchases.
#6
guilbert53
Can this be moved to the "Computer and Software" section form "Electricals" as I had trouble finding it and maybe others will as well.

I am intertested in this monitor but notice the response time is 16ms. Many new monitors are well under this, some as low as 2ms. How worried should I be about a 16ms response time ? (I do not play games but watch DVDs).


Done! Sorry about that, computers & software is the obvious category, posted this in a bit of a hurry :)

As for the response time, I am reliably informed that the makers of this panel, LG, rate this panel at 8ms. I've done a lot of reading up on this monitor, and I couldn't find another to touch it below £350 :thumbsup:
#7
Thanks seancampbell, ill try that. Im sitting looking at this panel and is really really nice :)
#8
this is a tempting tasty screen, saw that it had dropped in price, looks like the offer is valid til the 27th June

top tip - ring up to haggle some more, buy one, as mentioned above threaten to return it and get more money off...

I am remaining strong and shall resist this monitor - i do not need it ! ;):D
#9
There’s probably a good reason and somebody will be able to tell me straight away but why is the 27” Dell Ultrasharp monitor (£685.38) priced cheaper than the 24” Dell Ultrasharp monitor (£695.60)
#10
Arcadia
There’s probably a good reason and somebody will be able to tell me straight away but why is the 27” Dell Ultrasharp monitor (£685.38) priced cheaper than the 24” Dell Ultrasharp monitor (£695.60)


24" rotates to go portrait as well as landscape, plus it has a card reader integrated.
Comparison chart:
http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/topics/topic.aspx/emea/topics/products/monitors/home?c=uk&l=en&s=gen&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs
#11
seancampbell
Threaten to return under Distance Selling Regs and they'll offer around 10% back on your card - you get 7 working days starting day after receipt to try out distance purchases.


Good point - though one only gets the protection of that law if you are a RETAIL/personal customer and NOT if you bought it as a business-business transaction.

That's one of the reasons Dell's website is always very 'up-front' about asking if it's a HOME or not purchase!
#12
If thinking of this size/price bracket do also have a look at the LG 22" model LG L226WTQ with DVI/HDCP tilt/swivel though no height adjust.

http://www.lge.com/products/model/detail/l226wtq.jhtml

Having one delivered tomorrow for just under £200 from Scan.com as one of their weekend price specials, but only about £220 normally.
#13
At this price it had better be very good; that's a lot of money for a 20 incher these days.
#14
Just want to say thanks to Newton.Gun for originally posting this a couple of weeks back.

I work mainly with Photoshop and Dreamweaver and I tried to replace my dying Mitsubishi 19" flatscreen CRT monitor last year with a Dell 19" Ultrasharp but the TFT screen just couldn't pick up lighter tones unless you looked at certain angles and even after adjusting contrast the colour matching was too garish compared to the CRT. Found the same with the Apple TFT display at work.

Did a lot of research since and the 2007WFP came out really well in most reviews so I ordered it on Saturday night and it arrived this afternoon even though it estimated 2 weeks.

Straight out the box the colours and quality are excellent. The light seems even across the whole screen with no reflections while light tones and gradients look perfect. The size is great and can easily fit two browser windows side by side.

Anyway thought I'd post this for anyone looking for a quality monitor for working with images. I'm not a gamer so can't comment on how it performs with games.

Think the offer to get it for £237 + Quidco and free delivery runs out tomorrow. Might seem like a lot for a 20" monitor but I doubt you'll be disappointed if you've been looking for a CRT replacement for design work.
#15
SmilingCrow
At this price it had better be very good; that's a lot of money for a 20 incher these days.
Not for a /good/ 20" screen.
#16
SmilingCrow
At this price it had better be very good; that's a lot of money for a 20 incher these days.


Have a read up on SIPS panels vs SPVA and TN. A lot of 22" panels which are the same price as this or less, are actually TN which cant display colours as accurately. Depends what you need it for, but if youre doing webdesign, or illustration it can be quite important :)

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