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luftwaffe    0

Just before holidays Dell is scheduled to come out with a new line of LCD monitors, the flagship being the 3007WFP (not a typo) 30" LCD.

Here are the specs from Dell pre-release techsheet

Display Size: 30 inch

Response Time: 14ms

Brightness: 400cd/m2

Contrast: 700:1

Viewing Angle: 178/178

Native Resolution: WQXGA (2560 x 1600)

PC Connectivity: DVI-D (Dual link) x 1 with HDCP

Others: 4-Port USB Hub, 9-in-1 Multimedia Card Reader/Slots, Height Adjustable Stand, Swivel & Tilt. (No pivot)

Release for North America is scheduled for December 21

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ProtoPunch    0

Now all we need is a price!

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Ghostdraconi    8

I'm so glad that I held off on buying a LCD Monitor. Still I probably won't be able to afford this until next year.

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luftwaffe    0

Now all we need is a price!

I'm not in Sales so I don't have direct pricing info. As soon as I find out I'll be on here with the price.

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dL    0

Looks nice. Will there be smaller versions like 20" wide, 24" wide etc.?

dL

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RDX1    0

Nice monitor. Probably a $1000 price tag. I have the 2001FP, but that is one sweet monitor.

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psybapunk    0

I'm saying $1300 for the monitor.

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ACTIONpack    370

I'm thinking it's going to be about 1800 dollars. I just got a 24 inch Dell LCD and I hope it will cost that much so I know I did not make a big mistake. Got mine for $750.

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y0sh    1

*speechless*

Think this will lower the prices of the 2405fpw?

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tOta    0

Yes this will lower the price of 2405fpw ;)

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nomis_nehc    0

i am guessing it to be over 1200 for sure. =(

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mopper    0

i agree somewhere around 1400-1800

the 2405fpw itself is 1199 retail. im sure will be able to get the 30 inch lower with coupons. im getting new monitors in feb so i might pick this up.

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Hurmoth    517

:drool:

Checks budget

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Toastyone    0

Whoa!!! that is nice! right now I only have room for my 2001fpw though :cry:

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GOHARD    0

2560 x 1600 native wow, what video card can handle this in windows will my 6800 be ok??

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jagwire    0

I don't know what major differences they can do to the lower end models. Possibly more connections and compatability with vista. I have a 2005fpw and I paid a pretty dime for it, but I don't see how it could get better. I'm getting prepared to buy a HDTV.

I can't understand 30 inches for a monitor, i've used 24 inches and it's rediculous in itself. If your buying a 30 inch monitor, you have to be able to afford to upgrade your video cards every few months as well.

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kaffra    13

most cards should be able to reach that resolution, but for gaming i wonder if even a 7800 series SLI is enough

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mikeboy    0

whoa! thats friggin huge! I want it to be released, so the 2405fps pricetag is lowered

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mrogers    0

Good...God....

You know, I'm so thankful that Dell has more or less led the push of high-quality, low-price LCDs. Before Dell started selling LCDs, everything was still far more expensive. My $900 Sony 18" LCD, and everything else, plummeted when Dell started selling its 1800fps back in the day. Now, Dell alone has 24"+ monitors for less than $1k, with quick reponse times and sleek looks to boot.

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jagwire    0

Kaffra, with 2x 7800 gtx you may be able to play modern games decently, but thoes cards will be outdated in seconds if your using a resolution as high as this monitors. Games that come out in 1 year or 6 months or whatever wouldn't be abel to get good fps on this monitor with 2x 7800 gtx.

Maybe the 512 editions, can't say for myself though.

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mikeboy    0

god bless Dell....

About the resolution, I dont think we cpould play F.E.A.R on max settings at that size with 2 7800GTX Sli....

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jagwire    0

Yeah mikeboy.

This monitor is what I would recommend just for eye candy, designers, etc, but not gamers.

I hope my 2005fpw doesn't get made a fool though :(.

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GOHARD    0

how do the specs compare to the 2005fpw? which one would have better image quality?

i was thinking of buying the 24" 2005fpw, should i wait for this?

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stncttr908    0

how do the specs compare to the 2005fpw? which one would have better image quality?

i was thinking of buying the 24" 2005fpw, should i wait for this?

You mean the 2405FP. You'd also need dual-link DVI support, which is only available on NVIDIA Quadro cards for example.

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trek    181

sweet. Chalk a 24" one of these up to the list of things to buy for my Longhorn upgrade.

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