Pros Resolution of course - 1600x1200 has been the minimum for decent work for years and no LCD is going to see my buck for less then that. So, we could say that this is the first non-toy LCD from Dell's stable. Oh, and for the curioyus mind, I went to take a
Cons For this resolution, the physical size of the monitor can be way smaller. If that means DVI-only connection - no problems, this is the all day use class of the monitor so upgrading a video card is a non-issue for anyone entering this range. IBM had 1600x1
Pros Good price for a 20" flat panel display, but substandard picture quality took away that value
Cons I already own the NEC 1880SX Flat Panel Monitor, for 1 1/2 years now. It is the best flat panel monitor I have seen-- Brightest Whites, Incredible Clarity & Definition, beautiful slim bezel (only 1/2"). So when I bought my wife a new Dell computer, si
Pros one has to wonder why CNET is listing the resolution for every monitor listed but not this one, which just happens to have the highest at 1600x1200. That's where the extra money goes and the importance of that resolution on a 20" panel can't be understate
Cons not the fastest screen on the market but hey, compare the price and it's not a bad deal
Pros good image quality, relatively cheap, usb hub, you can get this monitor for 650 with the right coupons on dell.com
Cons none really, i think there are some employees of other cmopanies posting negative reviews here
Pros Has USB, tons of settings and picture in picture. Easy to tilt, swivle, raise and lower.
Cons Power hungry and heavier than most LCD displays.
Summary Has worked for me for a long time. Never had a problem and it looks good even next to some of the latest LCD monitors. Grab one used and you won't be disappointed. I've had two of these for over 3 years and just got a third 2001FP on an auction site for less than $50!