Your next trading monitor

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Prez, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. Prez


    Here's your monitor--perhaps the only one you need.

    “LAS VEGAS—The Dell UltraSharp 30-inch 3008WFP LCD monitor, which was set to debut Jan. 7 in time for CES, launched on Friday instead.

    Powered by an advanced video processor, the 30-inch widescreen can scale images to resolutions up to its native 2,560-by-1,600 (for which a dual-link DVI graphics card is necessary), and also allows de-interlacing, noise reduction, and other video-related features.

    The display uses TrueColor Technology with a 117 percent color gamut and 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The screen is housed in a brushed metal aluminum casing with a glass stand. The unit's cantilever arm allows for viewing flexibility up to 3 degrees forward and 19 degrees backward, plus 60 degrees adjustability to either side.

    This flat-panel display offers a mixture of connectivity options, specifically analog (VGA), DVI-D with HDCP x 2, S-Video, Composite, Component, HDMI, and the relatively new DisplayPort technology. DisplayPort allows high-definition content to be displayed on PCs and is still in its infancy. Dell claims that the UltraSharp 3008WFP is the first flat-panel monitor to offer a DisplayPort option.

    Dell is offering a 3-year limited warranty. The UltraSharp 3008WFP is now available on Dell's website for $1,999 direct. “:cool:
  2. Why not pay like a couple of hundreds more and get TWO 3007 model monitors rather than ONE 3008???

    Differences between 3007 and 3008 models are basically nothing for trading purposes.
  3. Crikey, you could buy ten 19" monitors for that and still have change!