9/2/07 at 12:49pm
Posts by KingSnake
8/23/07 at 9:34pm
Well I actually noticed 2 small scratches on the refurb, so now they are sending another. So I am curious to see the version they send now.. hopefully it is a little newer, but as long as the picture looks as good as my original and they arent any defects on the casing, I will keep.
8/23/07 at 2:38pm
So, in your estimation, a legit brand new A4 and a refurb monitor that was been "upgraded" to an A4 from an earlier version, there is no difference really, even though one monitor is "older"than the other?
8/23/07 at 9:48am
So would it be a safe swap, do you think? I am just concerned with the monitor being months older than the one I purchased. I noticed, not that its a big deal, that the bezel around the monitor was different because the Dell logo is obviously a bit smaller than the monitor I purchased new.
8/22/07 at 11:04pm
I have a purchased an A3 (Feb 2007) brand new 2407WFP monitor from dell a few months ago. Well, the on/off switch is loose so I called and they sent a whole other monitor out to me. The construction is better, the button is very firm but I noticed it had an A4 sticker on it,I could peel it away to reveal the monitor started off as an A2 revision with a manufacturing date of June 2006. I am kinda concerned about trading my new one, even though the power button is loose,...
4/26/07 at 9:30am
2/14/07 at 5:43pm
Quote: Originally Posted by ChrisLilley The specs you posted say that through DVI its limited to 1600x1200 which I think is the max for a single link DVI. Dual-link DVI goes higher. VGA does not have that limitation. Although, its not as crisp, either. Thank you for that. I need to learn a little more about this as its a tad confusing. looks like I will have to deal with it being a little fuzzy until I upgrade to a new desktop computer...
2/14/07 at 9:21am
Quote: Originally Posted by DELL-Machina You must have misread since both myself and the previous user have stated proper compatibility with the 2407 however I said the D600 you have might have issue with pushing 1920x1200 resolution NOT your i6000. No no, I read you both correctly. I guess I just read the spec page on my video card in my 6000 (pasted some texts from it in my last post) and it's saying (I believe this is what its stating) that...
2/13/07 at 9:45pm
2/8/07 at 2:28pm
I have a Inspiron 6000, 64mb Video card. I believe its a Radeon x300 or something like that. If I purchase the Dell 2407WFP, will I be able to take advantage of the full resolution?? I also have an old Latitude D600 with a 32 mb video card. DO you think that will be able to handle the full resolution on the monitor also? Just curious before I pull the trigger