Dell's new monitors are small (ish) and cheap

Dell announces new monitors for its P and E budget lines.

I suspect the person on this screen is a model and not an actual telemarketer. That's just my guess. Dell

I'll be honest. It's difficult to get excited about monitors without IPS screens, super-high resolutions, and multiple HD video inputs. Still, people do buy budget monitors. Lots of them. Why? Because they're cheap, simple, and usually get the job done. That job being delivering images to your optics.

Today Dell announced new entries into its P and E lines of displays. These fall under Dell's budgets lines, so I was surprised by the inclusion of DisplayPort in the P series.

Anyway, these go on sale today, so check them out at Dell.com if you're interested.

    P Series

  • P1913: 19-inch, 1,440 x 900-pixel resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio,
  • P1913S: 19-inch, 1,280 x 1,024-pixel resolution, 5:4 aspect ratio
  • P2213: 22-inch, 1,680 x 1,050-pixel resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio
  • Backlight: WLED
  • Panel type: TN
  • Ergonomics: Height-adjustment, pivot, swivel, and tilt
  • Connection options: USB, DVI, VGA and DisplayPort
  • Prices: P1913, $189; P1913S, $229; P2213, $239

    E Series

  • E1913: 19-inch display, 1,440 x 900-pixel HD resolution, 16:10 format
  • E1913S: 19-inch display, 1,280 x 1,024-pixel HD resolution, 5:4 format
  • E2213: 22-inch display, 1,680 x 1,050-pixel HD resolution, 16:10 format
  • Backlight: WLED
  • Panel type: TN
  • Connection options: DVI, VGA
  • Prices: E1913, $159; E1913S, $179; E2213, $199

Monitor reviews can be easily accessed from the monitor hub, if that's all you're here for.

Featured Video
6
This content is rated TV-MA, and is for viewers 18 years or older. Are you of age?
Sorry, you are not old enough to view this content.

NYC taxis to compete with Uber

NYC taxis set to launch an app of their own, one billion people visit Facebook in a day, Chrome sets end date for Flash support and HTC's Vive VR headset gets delayed.

by Jeff Bakalar