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Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP - 20.1" 1680x1050 resolution w/ USB hub

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds
  • ASIN: B000FI6R72
  • Item model number: 2007WFP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,630 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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 adjusent stand, every user can adjust the display to their exact comfort level and help reduce eye and neck strain. Dell-branded monitors undergo exhaustive testing for performance, reliability, durability and compatibility with Dell systems.

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All in all, the best < 30" LCD money can no longer buy (except on ebay).
Andrew
The LCD screens are supposedly made by LG or Samsung and the screen is the same as the highly touted Apple Cinema series.
Mike
The image quality is great, the viewing angle is wide, and the colors seem accurate.
wb1980

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Martina Sanchez on January 31, 2007
This monitor is one of the best models you can buy for the money! The S-IPS monitors are getting rare these days and are more and more replaced by the cheaper to manufacture TN-Panels. S-IPS panel monitors are known to have excellent viewing angles and color reproduction. They are most suitable for photo/ video editing.

The earlier models (Rev. 02) of the 2007wfp monitors had some problems with banding issues. These issues seem to be mostly fixed in the Rev. 03 models. There have been 2 different panels used in this monitor. S-PVA and S-IPS. The S-PVA panels are also very good, but have slightly different specs.
To find out what panel your 2007wfp has, you can go into the monitor setup menu:

1- Turn off your screen
2- Press simultaneously the 'Menu' and '+' button of the screen.
3- While holding the 2 buttons, press now the 'Power' button.
4- Once the screen in ON, unpress the 3 buttons.
5- Just press '-' button.

You can run a search on the panel code that is listed in the menu and find out what you received!
Best of luck!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mike on March 11, 2008
I just purchased this monitor (got it 10 Mar 08) from the Dell website ...so if you're in the market that is the place to go. I did a lot of research, review and fact-finding and I assessed my needs (I'm not a "gamer" and this is definitly not the screen to get for hardcore gaming) before I chose the Dell. My monitor arrived safe and sound, set-up was easy and the screen has no aberrations that I can see or find (dead pixels, back light leakage, etc).

The 2007WFP uses the S-IPS style of LCD ...some of the older 2007WFP's used either the S-IPS or S-PVA screen but the current lot are all S-IPS. The LCD screens are supposedly made by LG or Samsung and the screen is the same as the highly touted Apple Cinema series. If you do an online search for these types of display technologies, S-IPS and S-PVA, you will find them rated much better than the more prevalent and less expensive TN style of LCD. And finding an LCD with S-IPS or S-PVA technology is becoming more difficult especially at the Dell's price point. The 2007FPW monitor is replacing my aging Samsung Sync-Master 17 inch CRT. The image is beautiful and for basic PC operations (non-photographic or movie) this monitor is much better than my CRT ...the extra "real estate" on the 20 inch screen is great.

I am an amateur photographer and one of the reasons I bought this monitor was to be able to use it in photo editing with Photoshop. This monitor came up many times in online recommendations as a best "bang of the buck" LCD monitor for digital photography work. Is it the best? No, but then the best will run you well over a grand or two. To get the best image on any of these LCD screens, connect them using the highest quality signal available which for the 2007 is via a DVI cable (included in the box).
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Sara Heinrichs on March 9, 2007
After reading that these monitors were made by the same manufacturer that makes the Apple Cinema displays, I purchased this monitor to replace my dying CRT. While watching DVDs nice and widescreen was a pleasure, I quickly noticed some problems that led me to return the monitor and go back to the drawing board.

The four corners of the monitor had bright spots like a light leak at each corner, and the contrast adjustments were insufficient to calibrate the monitor for photo editing, with shadows that were too dark. Reducing contrast so reduced the overall brightness that everything took on a grey muddy feel. After fiddling with it for a week, I returned the monitor and am back on the hunt.

Loved the look, the swivel screen, controls were easy to figure out, screen was nice and sharp and color was tasty, but this is not a budget alternative to a higher end display for anyone interested it using it for photo editing.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. ross on June 7, 2007
I wanted a display for my screen writing so I could see three pages on one screen, plus, plugged into my Powerbook, I can have the "index card" view on that screen. It's an amazing set up.

I wasn't happy with the way the color or fonts were until i brought the mini DVI to DVI connector.... WOW!! SOOO much better. Throw out that analog connector you get with the PB!!

This LCD display uses the same panel as the Apple Cinema display but uses a different lamp, so you are basically getting the same screen for half the price.... the only draw back is the bezel doesn't match the color my AI Book(!) but who cares!!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on March 4, 2009
This monitor was the last of its kind. After this, Dell monitors (all of them) took a downturn. People no longer care about picture quality or color reproduction as long as their monitor is bigger than the guy's (or gal's) next to them. They are all crappy TN panels now with great response times, but if you move your head 1/4" the colors change drastically because the viewing angles are horrible and the color sucks to boot.

2007wfp Pros:
1. This monitor has extremely fast response times. I use it for gaming and there's no ghosting whatsoever.
2. The color is beautiful. With most LCDs, you have to tweak with the color a bunch to even get a somewhat decent picture. This monitor had no problems like this...I plugged it in and the color was great. I'm a web designer and one of my many criteria for a monitor was good color. This monitor definitely passed the test.
3. The size is great. With most 22-24" monitors, they take the same panel and stretch it out a few inches. The result? Take a small picture and blow it up to 1 1/3 its original size. It looks like junk. The 20" screen on this monitor has a perfect picture because Dell didn't try to fool anyone by making the screen bigger.

cons:
1. In general (not with my model) there are some problems with back lights bleeding through more in certain areas than others.
2. Banding. With fine gradients, looking closely enough will reveal that the gradient is not smooth, but has bands running through it. This is ignorable.
3. By default, the monitor has an "auto color adjust" thing. It changes your colors and brightness and just every time the screen changes significantly. This is extremely obnoxious, but can be turned off through the menu.

All in all, the best < 30" LCD money can no longer buy (except on ebay). If you have a chance to get one and don't easily get penis envy about monitor size, get it.
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