Feb 11 2010, 11:00am CST | by Shane McGlaun
The contrast ratio is dynamic at 80,000:1 and Dell promises amazing color accuracy with specially tuned Custom Color modes for good color gamut coverage. The screen uses an IPS panel and is backlit with old style CCFL rather than LEDs that offer better colors and less power consumption.
The monitor stand is height adjustable and the LCD has intuitive controls. Inputs on the back of the screen include HDMI 1.3, DisplayPort, and DVI-D with HDCP. The monitor also has a four-port USB hub on the side. The big screen isn't cheap at $1099, but it should be a great LCD for pros and gamers.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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