Dell’s new 2407WFP

2407wfp  Dells new 2407WFP

Engadget has a scoop about the latest Dell 24 inch monitor showing up on Dell
Japan’s site. The new 2407WFP is the successor to the popular 2405WFP, but with
added functionally and improvement on the specifications area. The 2407WFP would
support HDCP, 1000:1 contast ratio, 6ms response time, a 4 in 1 card reader, and
a resolution of 1920 x 1200. But however, they’ve stated that this monitor would
go at a rather expensive price tag of USD$ 1400, which might put off potential
buyers, considering the fact that other brands/models can be bought cheaper.
"They’re not exactly telling us anything more about Dell’s 2407WFP than we
expected would be coming from the 2405FPW’s successor (usual 24-incher specs:
1920 x 1200, addition of HDCP, 500 cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 6ms
response time, 4-in-1 card reader, etc.), but we’re gonna be a little less than
enthused if this thing goes in America for what they’re asking in Japan:
¥157,500 — about $ 1,400 US. Of course, domestic product prices gone foreign
typically get inflated, we know, but it’s a kind of inauspicious way to first
hear about a products we’ve been looking forward to, ourselves."


2407wfp  Dells new 2407WFP

Engadget has a scoop about the latest Dell 24 inch monitor showing up on Dell
Japan’s site. The new 2407WFP is the successor to the popular 2405WFP, but with
added functionally and improvement on the specifications area. The 2407WFP would
support HDCP, 1000:1 contast ratio, 6ms response time, a 4 in 1 card reader, and
a resolution of 1920 x 1200. But however, they’ve stated that this monitor would
go at a rather expensive price tag of USD$ 1400, which might put off potential
buyers, considering the fact that other brands/models can be bought cheaper.
"They’re not exactly telling us anything more about Dell’s 2407WFP than we
expected would be coming from the 2405FPW’s successor (usual 24-incher specs:
1920 x 1200, addition of HDCP, 500 cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 6ms
response time, 4-in-1 card reader, etc.), but we’re gonna be a little less than
enthused if this thing goes in America for what they’re asking in Japan:
¥157,500 — about $ 1,400 US. Of course, domestic product prices gone foreign
typically get inflated, we know, but it’s a kind of inauspicious way to first
hear about a products we’ve been looking forward to, ourselves."

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