All these year, still going strong with great picture and input. USB hub is big plus
WNY Mom, Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: Great Monitor with USB hub, S-video, DVI and many input. great picture. I bought this montior with my Dell on 2005 and I changed 3 computer since then..and still using same montor. Only minor things that bottom corner panel was open little, maybe from LCD heat make plastic frame melt it. but not much noticeable. well made and great picture quality. I was gonna replace with LED and bigger monitor but I can't let it go.
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: What can I say, after many years of use mine is still going strong. The color accuracy is astounding, the viewing angles are excellent, the text is sharp. It has a good set of inputs (no HDMI). Better yet, it is dirt cheap now. If you edit photos or videos it is good buy for users on a budget.