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Dell slips out three budget LCDs

updated 07:40 am EDT, Fri August 7, 2009

Dell ST2310 E2010H E2210H

Dell today has quietly put out three desktop LCDs aimed mostly at the entry level, two of which are known to be ready for the US. Heading the range, the ST2310 is meant most for the home with Dell's newer, rounded design, a 23-inch 1080p panel and HDMI in addition to both DVI and VGA. A 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio also helps its relative image quality. The LCD ships from Dell for $229.

The second US model, the 20-inch E2010H, is built for economy and adopts a 1600x900 resolution with a static 1,000:1 contrast ratio and just DVI or VGA for input. A close relative, the 22-inch E2210H, is available in Singapore and boosts the resolution to 1080p without changing the feature set. Americans can buy the E2010H for $139, while the E2210H in Singapore sells for the equivalent of $180.

It's not known if the E2210H will reach the US. [via Engadget]

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  1. Sophie Milch

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    Very nice, Dell.

    Very nice, Dell is really stepping up their works with monitors. Let's hope their Notebook Computers are next in line for budget designs.

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