Point is this is a great product, Dell makes the only monitors that trust!
11 March 2013
Summary: The good: Excellent image quality, nice heavy build so it feels sturdy, and long lasting. I have one 3 years old and I just bought a 2nd used one and they are both great monitors. The menu allows for a good bit of image tweaking so I was able to make it match my dell Vostro laptop and other things easily. Also when you buy it with Dells awesome stand you have infinite set up solutions.
Summary: The wrong picture is being shown. What is shown is the 2007FP, not the 2007WFP. The 2007FP is a 1600 x 1200 UXGA, 4:3 monitor, not a widescreen. The 2007WFP is widescreen 1680 x 1050. I bought a 2007FP as a spare, in case my Samsung 20 inch 4:3 1600 x 1200 monitors burn out, since 4:3 monitors are as rare as hen's teeth, and a 1200 vertical is rare. Besides Dell, only Eizo makes a 20/21 inch 4:3 monitor--and Eizo's, though great, are too expensive.
William E. Reeher IV "accountant extrordinaire", Amazon
14 May 2010
Summary: this was a second monitor for my computer and the referbished one i got here was in fine shape upon arrival even though the box obviouly went thru hell getting here. apparntly the company was aware of this probability and the product was packed extreemly well inside. i did have to buy the digital cable on my own ($50), which i was expecting to have come with the purchase.
Summary: I ended up buying this monitor even after reading the reviews on this forum, especially about the DVI problem of earlier models. I had seen alot of these monitors at work, and they all seemed to run well. I received an A02 rev of the monitor, and after two weeks with the DVI cable hooked up to a NVIDIA 7800GT graphics card at 1680x1050, have not had any problems. Games, apps, etc all work great.
Dell 2007WFP product listing shows the wrong graphic
21 February 2008
Summary: This review is actually aimed at Amazon, which incorrectly bounced a comment that the product had the wrong picture. The pictures (as in shown in this review panel or the high level selection panel) at http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/105-9681712-1955612?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=dell+2007wfp&x=0&y=0 are wrong. They show the wrong Dell screen, one with a 4:3 aspect ratio (standard TV aspect ratio).
Summary: overall, a great monitor. There are reports of color correction issues from DVI, but I haven't noticed it. The 4 USB/VGS/DVI/Svideo/Composite/Audio power for speaker inputs make this monitor excellent. Supports NTSC and PAL signals fine.
Excerpt: I ordered this from Overclockers.co.uk it cost from here £256 delivered. If I had purchased from Dell website the same monitor would have cost £310.20 and would have only come with a 3 year warranty. From Overclockers.co.uk, this monitor came with a 4 year on-site next business day warranty service provided by DELL. So this is something to bear in mind if you are in the market for one of these monitors.
Excerpt: I bought my Dell 2007 WFP screen off eBay about 8 months earlier and was excited about the prospect of my first wide screen monitor, not to mention that it was a 20 inch one for just 280 Pounds at that time. The quality of the monitor is exceptional compared to what I had before and even compared to the Apple 20 inch monitor, it looked a bit bigger and more solidly built.
Pros: good for playing games, video etc .
Cons: encourages me to get the bigger Dell screens