The Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP tops our list in the printers and peripherals category for the 2008 Holiday Gift Guide. This 24-inch display delivers across the board in performance, design, and features.
Its beautiful looks and loads of connection options barely overshadow its lackluster color performance and low black levels when watching movies.
The Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP, a 20-inch wide-screen LCD, serves up a winning combination of features, image quality, and adjustability--all for a very reasonable price.
The 24-inch Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP display delivers across the board in performance, design, and features.
If you're willing to pay the price for beautiful looks and loads of connection options in a 30-inch LCD monitor, you'll like what you get with the Dell 3008WFP. You may be less enthused with this display, however, after experiencing its lackluster color performance and low black levels when watching movies.
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The 24-inch Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP display delivers across the board in performance, design, and features. It excelled with movies and games, making it not only an excellent choice as an entertainment display, but also great for everyday Windows tasks.
As Reviewed: $599
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The Dell SP2208WFP is a versatile 22-inch display monitor that delivers outstanding overall performance and a pleasing design for a price that's hard to beat.
As shown: $299
Similar models starting at: $225
Dell's UltraSharp 2407WFP-HC widescreen monitor gives you tons of input flexibility, strong moving image quality, and a handful of other features that will endear you to it as a digital entertainment display. It's not as strong as we'd like with static images, however, making this display not as well suited to demanding image and graphics professionals.
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Forget CPUs, memory and bigger hard drives -- the ultimate PC improvement is the Dell UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC, a massive 30-inch monitor
You're selling a 20-inch widescreen monitor with excellent specs for a measly £155? Surely there must be some mistake, Mr Dell?