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Would anyone here recommend the Dell E207WFP Wide 20 Inch Flat Panel?

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I'm looking for a 20" Flat Panel widescreen, but have a strict budget. At the same time, I want sharp quality and deep colours. The E207WFP Wide 20 Inch Flat Panel has a good price, but does it have the quality?

If not, what is the best choice for this sort of price?

Also, when I was at Best Buy they had some widescreen monitors on display, but the images seemed stretched out...Is this normal or is Best Buy stupid and they didn't correctly set the display sizes on the desktops?
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Or how about an Acer AL2016W 20" Widescreen It's really pushing my budget, but Acer is a good name...
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post #3 of 14
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Originally Posted by Comfortably Numb View Post
I'm looking for a 20" Flat Panel widescreen, but have a strict budget. At the same time, I want sharp quality and deep colours. The E207WFP Wide 20 Inch Flat Panel has a good price, but does it have the quality?

If not, what is the best choice for this sort of price?

Also, when I was at Best Buy they had some widescreen monitors on display, but the images seemed stretched out...Is this normal or is Best Buy stupid and they didn't correctly set the display sizes on the desktops?
yup that monitor is awesome for a budget LCD i am using the same thing also. i bought it like a week ago. all i can say is its AWESOME!!!

P.S dell makes a really good LCD
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It's about the only thing that Dell can do well lol
 
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post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
It's about the only thing that Dell can do well lol
Tell me about it. My brother has a Dell and it's just terrible from all aspects. The way it's built, the parts it uses, CUSTOMER SUPPORT.

But, hanwinting, is the quality good? Sharp picture, deep colour? One of the main reasons I'm upgrading is because the current monitor has such bad colour definition, and would hate to end up with another monitor with bad color. Cnet also didn't have much good to say about the D207WFP, so I'm not quite sold.
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post #7 of 14
thats the one i want
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post #8 of 14
Dell do make VERY good monitors.
    
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post #9 of 14
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Bah I can't order from America, which means not only do I have to pay +50 for conversion, but I have 15% tax on top...
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post #10 of 14
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Does anyone have experience with the Acer AL2017? Because I looked up two reviews for the E207WFP and they said the colour reproduction is HORRIBLE, which is one of the main reasons I am getting a new monitor.
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