Dell 2000fp 20.1" 1600x1200 LCD Monitor for $759.24 with Free Shipping

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  1. Gabriel_Lam

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    Dell just dropped their price on their 20.1" LCD monitor.
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    For today only, you can get it for $759.24 shipped. There has never been a 20.1" LCD monitor anywhere near this price, let alone one that has a native UXGA resolution (1600x1200).
    This one has 240 nits of brightness, 350:1 contrast, and 25ms of total average response time for fast gaming. For reference, Apple's popular 22" Cinema Display has 180 nits brightness, 300:1 contrast, a slow 60ms total average response time, and a lower 1600x1024 resolution.
    They dropped the price from $1699 during launch down to $1599, then recently down to $1399. Today they dropped this price down to $999, and have a 20% discount on dell branded peripherals. There's an additional 5% discount on top of that.
    Here's what you do:
    Start here at the Dell Small Business Software & Peripherals link, affiliated by Home Theater Forum:
    Dell SB Software & Peripherals
    In the search box in the upper left, search for: 320-4105 to find the monitor. Add it to your cart. You get 20% off automatically (expires 12/11/02)
    In your cart, enter coupon code: 72CAD81454CE for an additional 5% off (expires 12/11/02).
    Finish checking out. Shipping is free. If you don't have a company name, you can simply use your name.
     
  2. Phil Tomaskovic

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    Does anyone know who makes these for Dell? I have been considering a Viewsonic vx900 which is now down to $842 at newegg.com.
     
  3. Gabriel_Lam

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    BenQ makes the panel.

    I'd suggest staying away from MVA based panels such as the VX900 if you want to game or watch video on the LCD. Those Fujitsu made panels seem to have a problem with the down (white to black) transition. You get a lot of ghosting in comparison to other panels with the same total average response time (25ms in this case).
     

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