Dell 3007WFP 30-inch LCD Reviewed (Verdict: Just how I like 'em: Big'n'pretty)

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If you want glorious picture out of your PC, get ready to shell out some bucks because this is it. The Dell 3007WFP has a higher resolution than HD and there is a good chance it may even be bigger than most of your TVs—at least in my place it would be the biggest.

This thing is a behemoth. Thirty inches of pure pleasure—or pain, if you are a gamer—will be delivered at a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution with a 700:1 contrast ratio and 11ms response time. Get out the checkbook, this mammoth will run well over 2.5 G's, yo.

Review: Dell 3007WFP 30in TFT Monitor [Personal Computer World]

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deathbychichi

@ninjamurf: Good info.

The 30" Cinema Display is $700 less with the same size and resolution, but not as fast, with a claimed "typical" response of 16 ms.

Even at 24 fps, the human flicker fusion threshold is considered to be 16 Hz. With progressive scan and 60 Hz refresh rates, what is the extra $700 really buying you?

Even with the monitor you probably can't afford, you're still going to get fragged by 14 year olds who have way more time to play than you. By the way, Sally from purchasing called and she can't get Vista to print again so quit screwing around on Gizmodo and go see if you can take care of it.