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Dell 2007fp 20" LCD monitor (1600x1200) refurb $89.99 shipped + tax (DFS via Ebay)

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Last Edited by widgit March 15, 2013 at 04:16 PM
Dell Financial Service is selling refurbished 2007FP 20.1" LCD monitors for $79.99 + $10 shipping + tax at their Ebay store. This monitor is 4:3 with 1600x1200 resolution, which is hard to find nowadays for people who has this need. Dell still sells brand new 2007fp for $429! I got 2 for a dual monitor setup.

Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Ultr...4852e61239

Some notes about this monitor:
1) It could be either MVA or IPS (better) panel. Dell used both type of panels, so it's a lottery which you will get. The way to tell is if serial number ends in "L", then it's an LG IPS panel else its MVA.
2) This is classified grade 'B' stock. Might have cosmetic scratches.
3) 30 day warranty/return (potential restocking fee).
4) Currently more than 10 available.

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#31
Quote from wassabe View Post :
Do you have any experience with Dell ultrasharp 1908FP?, its $20 cheaper from Dell and with faster 5ms refresh rate, but I don't know if the screen quality are the same.

linky [ebay.com]
I've got three of those already, they're only 1280x1024 resolution panels, I'd really like to get the Ultrasharp 20" model as its only slightly larger but 1600x1200, it would give me about 50% more pixel screen space but only take about 3 more inches of physical desk space.
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Quote from Nate650 View Post :
If anyone can share what they like about the aspect ratio to satisfy my curiosity that would be great.
I'm only speaking for myself but the reason I like the 4:3 aspect ratio is that I can have an ergonomic screen setup, I've had a multi-monitor setup at work for many years and I've learned a few things that suit me along the way.
I find 2 screens awkward as you likely end up with a bezel in the middle of your view or you have to turn one way all the time to face the other screen (this always gave me a bad neck!), with 3 screens you can have a 'main' monitor for the majority of your viewing and use the others for things like App toolboxes, IM screens, email etc and move things around so you're looking at the left and right screens in equal amounts. I have mild OCD so I 'had' to have three of the same monitor so the bezels and screen color matches etc, and to have three widescreens would be a little too much surrounding me (more neck issues!) so 3 4:3 screens was the perfect solution as you get the extra screen space in height rather than width. If you get the more expensive IPS screens you can comfortably turn them on their side to do the same thing, but most of the cheaper screens such that the average person (me) can afford 3, tend to suffer from off-angle contrast/colour issues so they have to be used in their original orientation.... kind of a long winded explanation but it might give you something to ponder when you're thinking about a multi-screen setup.
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#33
FYI, I just received a refurbished 19.5" monitor from Dell via eBay. The listing said "Grade B" but I didn't find any defects/scratches. Also, they shipped the monitor very carefully in a giant box.
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Quote from PostmanPat View Post :
I've got three of those already, they're only 1280x1024 resolution panels, I'd really like to get the Ultrasharp 20" model as its only slightly larger but 1600x1200, it would give me about 50% more pixel screen space but only take about 3 more inches of physical desk space.
I don't really need 1600 x 1200, but curious about the screen/picture quality, my current monitor are too dim on some movies, since I prefer 4:3 or 5:4 display just wonder how the screen quality will look especially the black and white levels, thx.
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#35
The 2007fp is either S-IPS or PVA. There is no MVA version.

http://www.hardforum.com/showthre...?t=1111100
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Quote from wassabe View Post :
I don't really need 1600 x 1200, but curious about the screen/picture quality, my current monitor are too dim on some movies, since I prefer 4:3 or 5:4 display just wonder how the screen quality will look especially the black and white levels, thx.
A refurbished monitor with a CCFL backlight may be dim or washed out, depending upon how fresh the CCFL is.
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