REVIEW: Dell 2007WFP
++ very good, + good, +/- satisfactory, - bad, -- very bad
With the 2007WFP, Dell has presented the follow-up model to the 20.1 inch widescreen monitor 2005FPW. The Dell 2005FPW offers excellent features particularly in terms of its wide range of connectivity options, it has a well thought-out operational concept, and the fabrication quality of the display managed to convince as well. In this test we want to establish whether the Dell 2007WFP can live up to the quality and performance of its predecessor or whether it maybe even surpasses it.
All results issued in this review have been established using the digital input. The analog input was merely used for testing the analog image quality. Our test bed ran with a Gainward PowerPack! Ultra/2600 Golden Sample graphics card and two Point of View GeForce 7800GTX 512MB (SLI) graphics cards.
The scope of supply of the Dell 2007WFP includes the following parts: one two-sided sheet providing information on how to set up, connect, and operate the monitor, one manual with further information on installation and warranty, one CD, one DVI-D cable (digital), one D-Sub cable (analog), one USB cable and one power cable. The CD contains a detailed manual in HTML format and Windows monitor drivers. The entire documentation is available in several languages. A detailed printed manual is not included, which, unfortunately, is a common practice of display manufacturers nowadays. Overall, the scope of supply of the Dell 2007WFP can be regarded as complete.
Scope of supply of the Dell 2007WFP
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