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Dell 1900FP Multi-Monitor Review - Dell 1900FP Multi-Monitor Review
Sat, March 29 2003 | 7:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
I often wonder how Dell can offer such cheap prices on certain things. That may seem very vague, but well take for instance a little deal they had going back in December of last year. "Buy two 17" or larger LCDs and get one free!". And at the same time if you didn't want that deal they had 15% off all Dell branded monitors and everything has free 3-5 shipping which for me, came in two days. So, I had reviewed the 18" Dell LCD, and I thought that it might be cool to get two of those and then have a third free one... but ohhhhh those 19" LCDs were so tempting for about $100 more (at the time) each. So I decided to go with two, and then I got my third for free. A $900 is a pretty good deal in my book. Since then, prices have dropped and I believe you can usually pick up the 1900FP for about $700-750 depending on the deal. And the 1800FP you can now get for about $525-575 depending on the deal. Any way you go, you're going to get a good deal. Now, besides the great prices on these Dell LCDs, these LCDs are super sweet! The slim bezel design, the sleek buttons, the very thin depth--it all adds up to a great LCD. The fact that it is a rebadged Samsung 191T makes it all the better. Samsung makes in my opinion the best LCDs on the market. So if you'd like to cross reference this review with others, you can check Samsung 191T reviews. But do take note that you won't get some features on the 1900FP as you will get on the 191T such as the 90 degree rotation.
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