Dell P2210H DisplayPort Monitor
Written by Michael Larabel in Monitors on 14 May 2010. Page 2 of 4. 9 Comments

Examination:

It will be a relief to many knowing that the screen of the Dell P2210H does not have a glossy/reflective finish but uses an anti-glare with hard-coating 3H. The plastic bezel around the monitor is of a matte black finish and appears to be built well.

On the bottom edge of the LCD monitor's bezel is Dell's logo. On the lower right-hand side of the monitor is the power button and for control buttons for manipulating the on-screen display. There are no speakers integrated into the Dell P2210H.

Concealed on the left hand side of the monitor are two USB 2.0 ports while the other two USB ports for this hub are at the rear of the monitor next to the USB 2.0 host connection. The other connections on the back of the monitor include one AC power connection for the monitor itself, a DC power connection for the USB 2.0 hub, one DisplayPort input, one VGA input, and one DVI input.

The monitor stand is made of plastic and metal and easily snaps into the back of the P2210H monitor. The Dell P2210H is also VESA wall-mount compatible. At the bottom of the monitor is also a Kensington lock slot.


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