Summary: The wrong picture is being shown here. What is shown is the Dell U2410, not the 2007FP. The 2007FP is a 4:3 (square) 1600 x 1200 monitor. >>>>>>07/15/13 added As indicated in my comment responses, the pictures are mixed up. There are not many 4:3 monitors out there, and in 20 inch, only Dell 2007FP and Eizo makes one, but Eizo is much more expensive. So if you care about have 1600 x 1200 resolution, this is the one to get.
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6 May 2012
Summary: The Dell Ultrasharp 2007FP 20.1" LCD Monitor lives up to it's name with crisp, clean color and an optimal combination of brightness and contrast that creates a lustrous, vibrant image that doesn't strain the eyes with extended use. The specifications speak for themselves and are easy to compare side by side with similarly priced monitors, but they will not offer a visceral and visual appraisal that will likely have you surprised when placed alongside it's competitors.
Summary: The product is pretty much as promised. Picture is sharp, monitor position is adjustable, installation is a snap (usb hub not tested). When there is enough detail (detailed star-scape) on the screen, update is visibly slow, rolling down the display (100 milliseconds, call it). Couple of points. When the monitor arrived, the display area was offset to the right, so that the right hand edge of a full screen display was lost.
Summary: Dell is extremely popular for general use computers and monitors, but falls a bit short in terms of displays for games. Dell has negotiated a relationship with Alienware, in an attempt to get in on the game market, but Alienware provides great gaming ... We cannot say that this is a bad monitor, it is a good general use monitor with many extra useful functions, a high-level of connectivity and if you have a Dell PC, it has a long term warranty; however, it is just not...