Summary: I bought it to replace my other Dell monitor. I like it since it does not take much space and the screen size is pretty big which is great. It works great and picture quality is really good. I just wish it had more features.
Summary: We've said it before, we're going to damn well say it again, and we're going keep saying it over and over until somebody starts listening. By far and away and without a shadow of a doubt, the best long term investment you can make for your PC is a decent screen. Repeat, LCD screen. That's especially true at the top-end of the market, where some specs have stagnated. Back in 2006, the pinnacle of PC screendom was 30 inches and a native resolution of 2,560 x 1,600.
Summary: Extremely wide screen; highly adjustable; PIP; PBP (picture by picture). Pivoting software not included; no printed user guide; speakers cost extra. The Dell 2005FPW has decent image quality and lots of extra features. Only serious graphics pros will be disappointed. The Dell 2005FPW belongs to an ever-growing family of enormous wide-screen LCDs that includes the ViewSonic VP201b and the Planar PX212M.
Summary: Rated it 4 out of 5 stars just because this is an older monitor and the newer ones have better response times and contrast ratios. But other than that this thing is 5 years old and looks great still. The 2005 dell monitors were built well and also has picture in picture and a very sturdy base.
Summary: This Moniter is a very good for someone who dose alot of "computing". It Features a DVI, D-SUB, S-video, Component video and sound ports. These Ports can and will work with the following, Mac's, PC's S-video Expansion Monitor's. Thumbs Up!
Summary: Let's keep things simple... For $139.00, I just bought 4 monitors in one: Desktop 2nd monitor Laptop 2nd monitor External DVD player/TV player + S-Video input... PIP Joymaster 7000! All of these concurrently! XoXoXoXoXo If you ever run across this seller, and they have beachfront views available in Arizona, believe it...