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Dell P2210H DisplayPort Monitor

Michael Larabel

Published on 14 May 2010
Written by Michael Larabel
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If you've been looking for a DisplayPort-capable monitor to connect to your new graphics card whether it be a FirePro V8800 or one of the new ATI Radeon HD 5000 series graphics cards that are capable of using Eyefinity to drive many displays via this newest display connection standard, the Dell Professional P2210H monitor is worth considering. The 22-inch LCD display retails for around $200 USD and offers DisplayPort connectivity along with DVI and VGA.

The 22-inch Dell P2210H has a 1920 x 1080 maximum resolution with a 5ms response time, 160 (vertical) / 170 (horizontal) viewing angles, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 250cd/m2 brightness. The LCD panel is just a common Twisted Nematic (TN) display. This Dell DisplayPort monitor supports height, swivel, tilt, and pivot adjustments. Built into the LCD monitor is also a four-port USB 2.0 hub.

Included in the Dell box was the P2210H LCD monitor itself, the stand that simply snaps into place against the rear of the monitor, a US power cable, DVI cable, VGA cable, drivers and documentation CD, quick setup guide, and a safety information pamphlet. No DisplayPort cable is included with the Dell P2210H monitor but it must be purchased separately. Dell backs the Professional P2210H monitor with a three-year warranty.

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