Dell SP2009W 20" widescreen Flat Panel LCD Webcam Monitor £113.85 + £8.00 Delivery + 3 Onsite Warranty Direct With Dell  @ PC BUY IT

Dell SP2009W 20" widescreen Flat Panel LCD Webcam Monitor £113.85 + £8.00 Delivery + 3 Onsite Warranty Direct With Dell @ PC BUY IT

Found 14th Oct 2009
Deffo Bargain Here, HD Resolution, Built In Webcam + USB 2.0 Hub, DVI Connection, Fast Gaming 2ms Response. Eco freindy between 45w and 75w max.


Best of all at this price 3 Years ONSITE!! warranty with DELL!!

Get In quick!!

20-inch 1680 X 1050 HD Display Enjoy more widescreen real estate and reliable resolution.

2.0 Megapixel Webcam with Software Suite Enjoy high-resolution audio-visual communication in one easy-to-use package its great for video chat, conferencing, blogging and photo sharing.

2000:1 Contrast Ratio Exceptional contrast delivers deeper, richer blacks and puts a sharp edge on all graphics, games, video and text.

2 Millisecond Response Time (Typical) - Blazing response reduces ghosting and delay and removes the blur from complex, fast-moving games and full-motion video.
Dell TrueLifeTM Technology Images spring to life with TrueLife technology. Enjoy rich, vibrant colours and remarkable colour reproduction.

Panel Size:

20" / 20"
Panel Type

TN - Twisted Nematic
Maximum Resolution:

1680 x 1050
Contrast Ratio:

2000:1 (dynamic) typical

300cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time:

2 millisecond (grey to grey) typical
Viewing Angle:

160° / 160° (typical)
Colour Support:

16.7 million colours
Pixel Pitch:

0.258 millimeter

Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with High Definition Content Protection (HDCP)
Video Graphics Array (VGA)


Tilt and built-in cable management
Built-in Devices:

2.0 megapixel webcam
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Hub with 1 USB upstream port and 4 USB downstream ports


Kensington® security port (cable lock sold separately)
Dimensions (W x D x H):

7.56" (192.00 mm) x 18.96" (481.50 mm) x 15.48" (393.10 mm)
Weight (panel only - for VESA mount)

4.44 kg (9.8 lbs)
Weight (with packaging)

7.9 kg (17.38 lbs)


AC 100 to 240 VAC / 50 or 60 Hz + 3 Hz / 2.0A (maximum)
Power Consumption Operational:

45 Watts (typical); 75 Watts (maximum)
Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep:

Less than 2 watts
Temperature Range Operating:

5° to 35°C (41° to 95°F)
Temperature Range Non-operating:

Storage: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)
Shipping: -20° to 60°C (-4° to 140°F)

Humidity Range Operating:

10 - 80% (non-condensing)
Humidity Range Non-operating:

Storage: 5% - 90% (non-condensing)
Shipping: 5% - 90% (non-condensing)

Altitude Operating:

3,657.6 m (12,000 ft) maximum
Altitude Non-operating:

12,192 m (40,000 ft) maximum

Halogen - reduction
Energy Star
VESA Compliant

What's in the Box:

SP2009W 20" Flat Panel Monitor
Power cord
VGA cable (VGA to VGA)
DVI cable
DisplayPort cable
USB cable
CD User's guide and documentation


Original Poster

Great deal but I bought one from PC World last summer (was the SP2008WFP) for £79.95 when they were having their big clearance. Truth be told I think it was a misprice...heat added anyway.
Very nice monitor though.

You should add the delivery price to the total price... still Hot though..

Original Poster


You should add the delivery price to the total price... still Hot though..

Done, thx :thumbsup:

for a 20" monitor it is pricy but if you consider it has usb hub webcam and hi resolution then i suppose its a good deal. 3 year warranty is standard for most monitors deals these days. I never head of this retauiler before but there are the reviews on google product for those who are interested in purchasing…nts strangely it went cold when posted 9 months ago at £149.25…fla

I got this monitor thinking it would a good change. However, trying to get it setup properly in Windows 7 is tough. I can't seem to get the 1680x1050 resolution, only 1600x1200 which looks blurred. Even using the Windows 7 2009w driver here -…rs/ - Windows 7 won't let me change from the non-pnp driver (connected on VGA) to the one I listed from the Dell site above.

If I find the answer to this problem, I'll post it here to help others.

EDIT: Right! Very simple and I should've had an inkling of why things were the way they were. VGA doesn't allow for the standard 'native' resolution of 1680x1050. It took for my more techsavvy brother to encourage me to try a DVI connection instead of the VGA one. I did, and found that suddenly it went straight to the native resolution and looked much better. Hurrah! And may I just add that this monitor is gorgeous and I've stopped using my 32" tv for playing pc games on and now use this 20" Dell monitor because it's stunning. Great quality and loving the added usb and webcam features. Very useful.

EDIT2: Right, started using the built-in webcam mic for use in online games. It works well and I unhooked my normal mic because it was very similar quality AND then I had one less cable stretching across my floor! However, a real problem comes up during play. Out of the blue, the mic makes me sound like a robot randomly! And, I have no way of fixing it. I just have to hope that it fixes itself. Even exiting the game and returning does nothing. I'm at a loss. If anyone has experienced this and knows a fix, please pass it on. I'd be very appreciative! Once more, if I find the solution, I will post it here.
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