I recommend this monitor for anyone who deals in programming,
27 September 2012
Summary: It is a very good monitor. Height Adjustible and Portrait mode.=====================================================================================================================================================================================
Summary: The good: Excellent image quality; includes composite and S-Video inputs; HDTV-compatible wide screen; excellent ergonomics; attractive price. The bad: Onscreen menu is difficult to navigate; base is slightly unstable while adjusting. The bottom line: The Dell UltraSharp 2007WFP, a 20-inch wide-screen LCD, serves up a winning combination of features, image quality, and adjustability--all for a very reasonable price.
Summary: no es el primero que compro los que ya tenia trabajan de maravilla y eso es lo que me lleva a comprar o usado o reconstruido y por el precio, que mas puedo pedir ademas ya no los construyen en la actualidad como estos.
Summary: This is a duplicate of a monitor I already own. It is a used item, but was packaged well for shipment and is in excellent condition. I have since set up dual monitors on my work desk and the ability to track different sets of information simultaneously is phenominal. The resolution, color, and performance from both monitors is great. The cost was very reasonable for this product and it lives up to Dell's reputation for quality products.
Summary: I bought this monitor used on Craigslist for 100 bucks. It was a great buy, and I would certainly consider spending the $130-150 the used and refurbished models are going for on Amazon and eBay. I got the S-IPS version. As other reviewers point out, this is a higher quality type of LCD display than most of the cheaper name brand monitors on sale from Dell, Acer, HP, etc.