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Dell UltraSharp 2208WFP TFT LCD display 22-Inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor (Black)(US Version imported by uShopMall U.S.A.)


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  • 1680 x 1050 native resolution Stunning detail and more viewable real estate without compromising desk space.
  • 5 millisecond (grey-to-grey) response time (typical) Helps reduce ghosting and motion blur when gaming or watching movies.
  • 1000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (typical) Produces darker blacks for sharper images, crisp text and better color saturation.

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Technical Details
BrandDell
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Item model number2208wfp
Screen Size22 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB001N9S9P0
Best Sellers Rank 266,801 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 Kg
Date First Available9 Jun. 2010
  
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Product Description

Panel PerformanceAmazing 1680 x 1050 native resolution, large 22-inch display, blazing fast 5 ms response time, and incredible 1000:1 contrast ratio lets you view images, documents, graphics and video with extreme detail, vivid color and fluid motion.Pure, Natural ColorThe UltraSharp 2208WFP features Dell TrueColor Technology for better color representation resulting in deeper, more vibrant reds, greens and blues. With a dynamic contrast ratio of 1000:1 blacks are darker and vibrant colors pop off the screen for life-like movies, photos and games.Wide Screen, Slim PanelWidescreen means cinema-style viewing and an improved overall multimedia experience. Widescreen provides you with more screen real estate so you can get more stuff on your screen at once while the flat panel design makes sure not to take up very much space on your desktop. Whether you are working or playing, wider and flatter truly is better.The UltraSharp AdvantageUltraSharp monitors are designed to fit just about any situation and give you a comfortable viewing experience. Adjust the height, tilt the panel forward and backward, swivel it left-to-right, even pivot from landscape mode to portrait mode. The UltraSharp 2208WFP adjusts to fit your optimal viewing position. Four convenient USB 2.0 ports help you avoid the hassle of running out of USB ports on your PC or reaching around the back to access them.The Dell AdvantageDell monitors are sleek, with ultra-thin bezels so they look great in any environment. More than just a pretty face, Dell monitors are designed and built to our highest standards, providing the quality and reliability you expect when you see the Dell logo. Each has been exhaustively tested and comes backed by a Dell Limited Warranty, so you can rest assured your investment is protected. The performance of the UltraSharp 2208WFP is one more reason why Dell is the world\'s number one source for flat-panel monitors.


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9df618e8) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9def3108) out of 5 stars DELL ULTRASHARP 2208WFP 4 July 2008
By W. Rehs - Published on Amazon.com
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I am totally satisfied with the purchase of this product. Having done alot of research looking for the 22" widescreen LCD monitor that would both suit my needs and price range I am happy to report this one exceeded my expectations.

Installation was literally a snap. Mounting the LCD on the stand is a very simple process. You have the ability to adjust height up and down and tilt along with being able to swivel side to side. The stand is sturdy and well built. It comes with the needed cables to use either a VGA or DVI-I connection to your Video card. I am presently using a EVGA 7600 GS 512MB that has either connection available and I elected the DVI which offers better performance due to no digital to analog conversion requirement. Upon installation, WIN XP Pro only recognized a Standard monitor present so the driver disc provided by DELL was required, once the drivers were installed the DELL 2208WFP was properly recognized by the OS. The monitor provides 4 USB 2.0 ports 2 on the side and 2 on the back, of course you utilize one of your computer ports to connect the monitors USB capabilitiies so your net gain is 3. I hooked up a webcam to one of the rear ports and it worked fine. I am using the native resolution for this monitor of 1680x1050. The video is awesome right out of the box, I found that myself personally I needed to make no video adjustments whatsoever. The picture is bright and vibrant. Text is sharp and clear. I am totally satisfied with this product, if there are any cons it would have nothing to do with monitor itself for it handles video superbly, but documentation provided is sparse, which is pretty much the trend these days, if you want to know more about the product or need help you'll basically need to go online for it, but anyone with basic knowledge should have no problem at all with the initial setup. This is a great monitor and well worth the money spent. I highly recommend it to anyone.

Please note: This monitor only has VGA and DVI input jacks, there is no HDMI,Svideo, composite or component, so if you are hoping to use it as a TV monitor as well your most likely out of luck unless your Audio/Video receiver or cable box provides the necessary outputs which is unlikely.
22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9def36f0) out of 5 stars Reasonably priced, but only reasonable quality 26 Aug. 2008
By bloodandfootsteps - Published on Amazon.com
I'm also going to have to disagree with Mr Rehs here. Even though the Dell 2208WFP isn't a terrible monitor, it's really not great either.

As some of you may know, nearly all 22" TFT monitors are TN panels. This is the cheapest type of panel, and the limitations are quite apparent at 22" and up. The main problem with this product is the viewing angle, which is atrocious. You have to look at it dead centre. Any angling up, down or to the side will see a change in colouration, normally showing a slight pink/red colour at the edges of the screen. It wasn't particularly sharp [in spite of the 'Ultrasharp' tag] and the colours could have looked fresher. Calibration was also a real pain and I struggled for days to get it to look good, eventually giving up.

This would be fine as a secondary monitor or for a cheap and cheerful option....but if you want high quality, great colours and sharpness look elsewhere.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9def36fc) out of 5 stars Excellent monitor for the under $200 price range. 8 July 2009
By FaithDad - Published on Amazon.com
We have owned this monitor for over three months now, and are very impressed with it. This monitor has a few amazing features - especially at this price - identified below (**).

PROS: Very solidly built w/ nice cable management. Also, has a MATTE Black finish (rare these days), and a narrow bezel with **Anti-glare and Hard Coating (3h)** on the screen!!! In addition, you can **adjust the height** to a very nice height (at least 1 1/2 - 2 inches higher than others), tilt the panel forward and backward, **swivel it left-to-right**, even **pivot from landscape mode to portrait mode**.

I found the screen to be very bright, and the color saturation is great.
It has DVI, and VGA hook-up. Plus, it comes with BOTH DVI, and VGA Cables.

A very nice bonus is that the screen wrap (fairly thick) used for protecting the screen during shipping, can also be used as an ongoing screen cover.

CONS: Does not have HD -- minor concern though for a desktop monitor.

ALSO, this write-up on Amazon says that the Dell 2208WFP comes with a 2 Megapixel Webcam. I did not get one on mine, NOR does Dell indicate that it should have one!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa12bfa8c) out of 5 stars Pretty Good But Not HD. 30 Jan. 2013
By Steve Coakley - Published on Amazon.com
It's not HD, only 1680 X 1050, not 1920 X 1200 like current monitors and there is a rather narrow vertical viewing angle but the colors look good and it's clear and bright with no bad pixels except that reds are bright orange. It's also pretty thin and light. The mount allows the screen to be raised, lowered and tilted easily so the limited vertical viewing angle isn't much of a problem but you can seen the pixels if you look close. Fortunately you don't need to get very close to a 22" display though.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9def3df8) out of 5 stars If it breaks you're covered 12 Dec. 2008
By danltd - Published on Amazon.com
The negative points expressed about this (and other Dell) monitors may be valid, however my experience with several of them is that for most normal purposes it does a fine job. Where it really excels is if it breaks. I had one die, called and talked to the adequate non-american tech support who finally did determine that yes it was dead. That was at 3 PM. At 11 AM then NEXT morning a new one arrived at my doorstep. The box included a prepaid mailer to return the bad one. Total cost to me zero. By comparison I had a Hannsg monitor fail, it took them 10 days for them to get me an RMA number, I had to pay to ship it to California, and it took another two weeks to get back to me. I know, LCD monitors seldom fail, but I've had two recent failures(in different locations, and yes, with surge protection)and Dell certainly was the clear winner in the repairdepartment.
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