Dell UltraSharp 2005FPW 20.1? LCD

By | June 1, 2006

So, you want a widescreen LCD?  You want an affordable monitor that boasts high resolution, flat panel profile and enough screen real estate to spread out all your icons?  Well, look no further than the Dell 2005FPW 20.1″ LCD.

Boasting a 1680 X 1050 resolution, it should display just about anything you want to a reasonable clarity.  This is a mid-range LCD, so we can’t expect too awful much on the resolution end. It’s got 24 bit color and a 4 port USB hub built in.  A 16:9 aspect ratio give it full widescreen capabilities.

Pricing starts at about $370 and can range up to about $500 so be careful where you buy from.  Being especially frugal, one could find a discount somewhere and potentially pick up this CRT replacement for around $300.

One thought on “Dell UltraSharp 2005FPW 20.1? LCD

  1. Brady

    Yeah, the cheapest these can be had new is the $350 range with coupons. Although they came out with the 2007FPW which was going for $358 with free shipping last week. These are generally considered the best deal for a larger widescreen LCD on the market. They have good specs suitable for gaming, decent color fidelity, and use good LG panels (I hear the whole unit is actually made by LG for Dell, and the LG equivalent model goes for nearly $250 more.

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