|Screen Size||30 inches|
Dell 3007WFP-HC 30-Inch LCD Widescreen Monitor (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Large 30" viewing screen
- Sharp 2560 x 1600 Resolution
- 178:178 viewing angle
- DVI-D (Dual Link) with HDCP
- 4 USB 2.0 ports
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Top Customer Reviews
The reason why this monitor is considered obsolete by Dell is the complaints from videophiles about its lack of connectivity options. Specifically, dual-link DVI is the only way in. So, if you are planning on connecting game machines or BlueRay drives or HD cable boxes via HDMI, you are out of luck. But, why would you want to do that? Even full HD video only goes up to 1920x1080. This monitor does 2560x1600. It makes a lot more sense to pay $800 for a 42" 1080p LCD TV, which is bigger and better for viewing video anyway. This is an ultra-high-resolution monitor, pure and simple, and I love it for doing a good job there.
===== Added 11/29/2008 =====
As the channel runs low on stock of this monitor, the Gateway XHD3000 30" Widescreen HD LCD Monitor becomes a better value. The latter, however, does not employ the S-IPS panel from LG, which is generally considered the best and most expensive LCD technology as of 2008. This is another reason why some 30" monitors are still a good buy in my mind even though 24" models are selling for under $300 nowadays. Those cheap monitors use TN panels, with poor color, contrast and viewing angles. Smaller S-IPS monitors (e.g. HP LP2475W 24in LCD Monitor 1920X1200 and ...Read more ›
I have a blu-ray player in this computer, and it's just stunning to see the quality on this large screen. The first blu-ray I bought was Chronos, also available on amazon, and it's just incredible. If you look really closely, you don't see the pixels of the screen, you see the texture of the film! Simply awesome.
I do some graphics work but mostly 3d animation, so my main concern is size(for manipulating objects) over color reproduction quality. But I haven't noticed any inconsistencies with color reproduction compared to my other 23" IPS panel monitor that I have sitting right next to it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it. Use on older monster ram HP that only has DVI output. Remember you need a dualDVI cable.Published 9 months ago by Marc Viau
I ordered 2 of these after collegues had ordered 1 at a very reasonable price.
Can't fault the actual product and shipping was super fast and on time! Really happy!!!!
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