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Relation between Dell UltraSharp 1905, 1906 and 1907 monitors

Posted on 2006-04-02
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Last Modified: 2007-12-19
Can anyone tell me whether the 1907 is a successor to the 1905 or whether it is an entirely different monitor?  If it is a different monitor, is it a step up, comparable, or a step down?
Question by:doctortony
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David523 earned 500 total points
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Compare Monitors:

Dell 1905:


Dell 1906:


Dell 1907:


Above will give details on these monitors but a quick check reveals the quality decreases as the numbers go up.  

1905 is the Best quality picture of this group.
1906 is the Middle quality picture of this group
1907 is the Lowest quality picture of this group.

The cost of each monitor goes in the same sequence.  All are 19" FP.

Hope this Helps!!!


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