Friday, December 18, 2009

Dell Announces ST2310, E2010H, E2210H Budget LCDs

Dell ST2310 LCDThe cost of LCDs is really heading in the basement. The latest products launched by Dell, the three new LCDs for the budget-conscious (and who is not) the market are a direct reflection of how this new high-end product segment has become a merchandise. While Dell does not make much noise around their launch last screen, you can bet they are hoping to use their consumer price tags to convert these last holdouts CRT.

Dell announced today that they would put at the entrance of three new desktop LCDs to level two, which are already confirmed to the position in the United States in a relatively short time. The high level of supply of the trio, the ST2310 seems to be the home user. It sports the latest Dell, rounded design, a 23-inch 1080p panel and HDMI, DVI and VGA connectivity. The ST2310 features a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio which should help to strengthen its image quality very average.

The second model, the 20-inch E2010H is well built with his eyes on the economy. It adopts a resolution 1600 × 900 with a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 static drops and the HDMI connection for DVI or VGA. A close relative to E2010H, the 22-inch E2210H, is available in Singapore and increases 1080p without changing functionality. It is not known if the E2210H will the United States.

The ST2310 23-LCD has a MSRP of $ 229. U.S. consumers can buy E2010H for $ 139, while in Singapore E2210H sells for the equivalent of $ 180.
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