Dell Launches New LCDs For Computer Users

Posted: Oct 19 2010, 10:08am CDT | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Dell Launches New LCDs for Computer Users
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Dell has unveiled several new LCDs for computer users that like to watch media on their computers. Several of the screens share many of the same specs with the 22" ST2220, the 23" ST2320, and 24" ST2420 all having LED backlighting and more in common.

The dynamic contrast ratios for the line are 7M:1 to 8M:1 and the panels have a 5ms response time. The screens are glossy black with slim profiles and have lots of connectivity. The basic screens offer VGA and DVI inputs and models with the L suffix add HDMI to the mix.

All of the screens have 1920 x 1080 resolution. The ST2220L sells for $199.99, the ST2220M is $189.99, the ST2320L is $229.99, and the ST2420L is $259.99. All of the screens are available right now and have Energy Star 5.0 certifications.

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