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Dell 3007WFP wide screen LCD review at Ubergizmo
Mark Peters : February 17th 2006 - 01:25 CET
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UbergizmoDell 3007WFP review at Ubergizmo : Our friends at Ubergizmo have reviewed The Dell 3007WFP 30 inch wide screen LCD display. The Dell 3007WFP is the perfect tool for CAD-CAM, 3D modeling, pre-press editing, video editing, graphic design and professional photography. The Dell 3007 WFP gives you a larger-than-life view of all the details, and it allows for viewing multiple pages, layouts and images in a convenient side-by-side format. The widescreen format is also ideal for watching DVDs and high-definition television. The integrated USB ports and 9-in-2 media card reader also allow the monitor to act as a media extension for your PC. And the capacitive touch buttons allow for easy brightness adjustment and one-touch system shutdown.
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According to the guys froms Ubergizmo: "Most people are surprised when they sit down and look at it for the first time. The display black bezels are less than one inch thick, which is not bad for a screen this size. The screen is supported by a 15.5” wide stand but also has VESA-compatible mounting holes in the back that can be used in conjunction to an arm. Another interesting detail is that the 96-264V power supply (PSU) is integrated in the monitor. It connects directly to a wall outlet. That’s great because the desk is already crawling with power supplies."

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Ubergizmo continues: "As expected for a monitor in that price range, the image quality is excellent. We have been comparing it with the Dell 2001FP that was already good, but the 3007WFP’s brightness and contrast are even better. Nothing is perfect, not even the Dell 3007 WFP. The single biggest complaint that I heard about this screen is the single input. Some say that you should consider this only if you’re a professional or if you really need the extra resolution. I think that anyone who can afford this monitor should get one!" You want to learn more about this ultimate wide screen LCD display from Dell? Continue to read the Dell 3007WFP review at Ubergizmo.

About Ubergizmo
Ubergizmo.com is a trendy web magazine dedicated to consumer electronics news and reviews. It was founded by Hubert and Eliane in Palo Alto at the heart of Silicon Valley (California) where they both work. Ubergizmo is an independent web site that does not rely on advertising to run (although we do display advertising). This allows us to be truly free to say what we think, even if it does not please the manufacturers (sorry guys). To make our content spicy and enjoyable for our readers, we have a secret: we blog from our kitchen :)

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