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    New Dell 30 INCH LCD MONITOR 14 MS

    "The 3007WFP is said to have a a resolution of 2560 x 1600 (thatís WQXGA, baby!), a 14ms response time, 400cd/m2 brightness, 700:1 contrast ratio, support for HDCP, and a built-in 4-port USB hub and 9-in-1 multimedia card reader."

    http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000240070831/
    http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=403932

    ii dont know if that pic is a mockup but that looks goddamn good

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    I was just about to post this, this monitor is a BEAST and I am definitely buying one



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    Pfffft! Its mine....BACK OFFF!!


    Looks like the Ol' 24" Dell is going to my office rig ....heh!

    I wonder how much it'll be?? And when they will be available?


    *edit* looks like very soon.

    No price, but it should hit North America on December 21st,
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    Would be nice if it had a split screen option on it for running 2 rigs at the same time with it. Would really help when I'm fixing a clients rig or testing new hardware on my 2nd rig. As it stands now I use my 2405fpw almost like that, but i have to push the bezel input button everytime I want to switch computers.
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    Whoa!!! That is a SERIOUS monitor. I wonder what the price will be and if the release of this monitor will have any affect on the pricing of the 20" and 24" screens?

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    Dual DVI Holy Crap! And my 2005 barely fits in my deskspace.

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    i wonder what that high of a resolution actually looks like in a game
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    Crap because you will probably have to run it on low.

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    HA
    i wonder how it'd look if you played it @ the rez of the 24"
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    Quote Originally Posted by d94
    HA
    i wonder how it'd look if you played it @ the rez of the 24"
    Like crap, that's like playing a game at 800x600 on a 1600x1200 monitor.
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    just when you thought the 2405 was big enough...
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    That is one massive screen there, it's bigger than my TV in the living room!! Anyone wanna take a guess at the msrp? It's gotta be over $1k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bios24
    That is one massive screen there, it's bigger than my TV in the living room!! Anyone wanna take a guess at the msrp? It's gotta be over $1k.
    Probably more near 2k.

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    its prob goingt to be from 2500-3500 the 24" is about a 1000 so who knows i would rather upgrade my pc by like 10x instead of wasting a **** load of money on a monitor

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    Thats my opinion thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3s3rt3agle
    its prob goingt to be from 2500-3500 the 24" is about a 1000 so who knows i would rather upgrade my pc by like 10x instead of wasting a **** load of money on a monitor
    With the Apple 30" at $2500, theres no chance this will be 2500 -3500, I'd put money on it being around 1800.

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    just when I thought my 2405 was the one thing im truly happy about...It's like cheating on my monitor.

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    I have played many a game on the apple 30" cinema display, and I can tell you it looks very good, just as good (or better) than at the native resolution on a 17" LCD.

    I imagine that the Dell will also look extremely good in games.
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    Hell yeah. It'll be fun to see this compared to the Apple.

    I wonder why everyone goes all psycho over this, when Apple's had their 30" for quite some time?

    http://www.apple.com/displays/specs.html

    Not as bright, fast or with as much contrast, but it was the first on the market, why didn't anyone jump over this? Looks better too.

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    I would not worry to much about game play, i play all my games at 1920x1200 with all the eye candy turnd up to max and i still average around 60fps in most games, and 100+ in HL2 games. And this is only with a moded x800gto2. I figure that a 7800GTX would have no trouble pushing that kind of resolution.

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