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Dell-ultrasharp-2001fp.33716122
5.0 out of 10

Dell UltraSharp 2001FP

Utilizing an Active Matrix TFT LCD, the Dell UltraSharp 2001FP F Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Dell UltraSharp 2001FP

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Overall 4
4.0

Although when I recieved it it was busted at the top like someone dropped it

Ryan M., Amazon
13 June 2014
  • Summary: Cheap for the price of the product... Although when I recieved it it was busted at the top like someone dropped it... Was also packaged very poorly.. Works but looks all dinged up... Does have picture in picture as well as various other hook up capabilities..
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Overall 3
3.0

"If your eyes are picky, Beware!"

sailorw, CNET
16 February 2006
  • Pros: High resolution
  • Cons: Terrible anti-glare coating decreases image quality
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Overall 3
3.0

"Screendoor Effect!!"

CNET
1 September 2004
  • Pros: Packed with features, great colors.
  • Cons: The monitor has a notorious screendoor effect. Horizontal lines dont have the same brightness even if they are displaying the same color. Very obvious with midtone colors.. not visible with 100%black or 100%white. This is really non acceptable for a monit
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Overall 4
4.0

"Alleged pivot ability"

CNET
23 July 2004
  • Pros: Thin bezel,mechanically/ergonomica lly slick,no stuck pixels,bright,big.
  • Cons: Screen pivots,and the text with it. I bought it SOLELY for the portrait mode, and it has been a headache trying to find a driver that works. Thin documentation. Is it supposed to pivot on-the-fly? Do you click on some hidden icon to invoke the pivot? Trie
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Overall 3
3.0

"Major DVI Problems"

CNET
17 June 2004
  • Pros: Good looking, good price
  • Cons: Cannot update Nvidia or ATI drivers or DVI goes into "power saving mode." Have to use analog hook-up.
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Overall 4
4.0

"Step in the right direction - can be much better"

CNET
23 February 2004
  • Pros: Resolution of course - 1600x1200 has been the minimum for decent work for years and no LCD is going to see my buck for less then that. So, we could say that this is the first non-toy LCD from Dell's stable. Oh, and for the curioyus mind, I went to take a
  • Cons: For this resolution, the physical size of the monitor can be way smaller. If that means DVI-only connection - no problems, this is the all day use class of the monitor so upgrading a video card is a non-issue for anyone entering this range. IBM had 1600x1
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Overall 3
3.0

"This product has been nothing but a pain..."

CNET
5 January 2004
  • Pros: size, inputs, and outputs
  • Cons: Worst customer support I have ever dealt with. Can not talk to anyone who speaks english, live in the US. Having problems with the image quality on most settings.
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