Conclusion: I wanted viewsonic 19inch 3 months ago, but I remember funky was giving away the 22 inch screen for 18 grands. WOW NOW THAT’S A DEAL. But now I got this screen-5 year warranty for 13k with the octroi-now that is out of this world. All thanks to a coupon. But you will get deals now from guys like thebanik and Ragu. This screen is a crowd favorite and it will be for a long time.
Excerpt: Dell E228WFP There are some immediate signs as to how Dell keeps costs down on its E228WFP: Its plastic cabinet is uninspired and lacks typical Dell extras like a media reader, USB ports, and any ergonomic adjustments other than back-and-forth tilt. Still present are full onscreen display (OSD) adjustments and both a DVI and VGA port. The E228WFP also supports HDCP, something we expect from a widescreen of this size.
Pros: Nothing obviously wrong. That's a positive, right?
Cons: Plastic cabinet creates reason for cheapness.
Excerpt: Even in the January sales, a 20in widescreen TFT monitor is stretching the limits of many people's budget, but believe it or not, it's now possible to get an even larger monitor for the same price or less. A standard 22in widescreen TFT shares the same 1680 x 1050 resolution as its smaller cousin (much like the move from 17in to 19in in the past), but that extra two inches makes all the difference when it comes to entertainment.