Summary: This a very good IPS monitor but it's not as good as it could've been. Because it uses IPS (in-plane switching) instead of TN (twisted nematic) technology that is so prevalent today, the 2209WA has none of the color shift problems and limited viewing angle of the much cheaper TN monitors.
Summary: Considering I got this at just above half price, this is an incredible deal. This has eIPS technology, enabling amazing color reproduction and ridiculously good viewing angles compared to the average TN panel, making the portrait mode a viable option rather than the mediocre experience it is on most...
Summary: Photographers and designers who don't want to or can't yet spend the money on a LaCie or Eizo. Calibration is easy with or without a tool like Eye One (i1 display 2). Good product at a great price!
Summary: I bought this to replace my off-brand LCD, and to have a Better monitor designed for photo editing, and it's the BEST purchase I've made in a while. You can see this thing accurately from ANY ANGLE, and the colors are rich, solid and exact!!! It is built very solidly too....couldn't be happier!!!
Summary: I absolutely love this monitor !! This is a excellent seller that mailed the monitor the next day after it was paid for. I received the monitor in very good condition about 5 days later. The monitor was very well packed in the original DELL packing.
Summary: Pros: The colors are BRIGHT & VIVID. Images are SHARP. Video playback is Great. The 22" viewing area is a BIG upgrade from a 17" Flat Panel Display. We use a photo rotation as the screen saver and since replacing the old monitor with the Dell 2209WA we have already had several people comment on the...
Summary: This is hands down the best monitor under 500 dollars and it can be had for only 270! It is an eIPS display. This means economical-In Plane Switching. This is a far far superior technology than TN panels when it comes to color accuracy.
Summary: I've owned my 2209WA for about 10 months now, and I have loved every minute of it. This is the first monitor that allowed me to finally retire my trusty 50 lb Sony Trinitron after holding out on the LCD revolution.