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Dell Planning To Release 27" WS Display

| Posted: Jan 3, 2007 12:08 am

If you're looking to pick up a new widescreen monitor in the near future and you're finding a 24" is a little smallish for your liking but a whopping 30"er is overkill (especially in the $$$$ dept.), you might be very glad to know Dell are planning to release a 27" (W2707C) display soon.

 

Details at the DailyTech.

 


Earlier this year Dell was expected to release a 27" enthusiast display even though no manufacturer had announced plans to build on 27" LCD substrates. However, with Samsung's announcement earlier this month, it looks as though Dell's 27" plans are finally a go.

 

Yet late last week, the product page for the Dell 2007WFP was updated with a "new" image of the product. Much to the confusion of enthusiasts everywhere, this was not the image for the 20" Dell display announced last year, but the image of a 27" display that has not been announced yet.

 

In a conversation to DailyTech, a Dell representative explained that the image came from a training manual for the upcoming W2707C display. This was later confirmed by a forum post from a Dell employee on the same day. As far as Dell displays go, the "C" suffix denotes a consumer LCD TV. Dell's W2607C, for example, is a 26" LCD TV.

 

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