Aspect Ratio: 16:10
Pixel Format: 1920 x 1200
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Brightness: 450 cd/m2
Response Time: 4ms
Input: DVI (2), DisplayPort, HDMI, Audio In (3x 3.5mm HDMI Passthrough), Component, Composite, VGA
External Storage: CF, xD, SD, MS, MMc, USB (4)
Other: Tilt and height adjustment (3007WFP rack and pinion design)
Availability: June 20, 2008 (Dell Australia’s website)
Dell‘s new 2709WFP has not been officially announced, but CNET has a quick review of it online already. No official pictures either. With a pixel format of 1920 x 1200 plastered across a 27″ diagonal LCD the default fonts on Windows and OS X will be much easier to look at compared to say a 24″. So for those of you who like bigger fonts and menus, without having to tinker around with settings, the 2709WFP has got you covered.
No more physical buttons. The 2709WFP has touch buttons, five of them in blue, on the right side of the monitor. The blue buttons are touch sensitive and is integrated into the bezel and has the same matte texture. When you have no need of them anymore, the blue buttons simply disappear. To make it reappear? Just hold your hand near the bottom right of the bezel and the light above the power button comes back to life. Cool.
[tags]Dell, Dell 2709WFP, 27″, LCD Monitor, 27″ LCD Monitor, 1920 x 1200, DisplayPort, HDMI, Touch Button[/tags]