Flying Fox wrote:
Some claimed the 2007 is P-MVA with 6-bit+FRC, so it's not S-IPS. That's your issue right there. My 2005FPW is good in colour reproduction, but viewing angle is there, you just can't expect to stare at it sideways and expect the same thing. Admit it, you are too used to CRTs.
I asked someone who has the 2007fp on another forum:
"Yes, this is indeed a S-IPS panel made by LG-Philips.
I have the monitor right now and the model panel is LPL UXGA LTM201U05 "
No doubt I am very used to CRT. I have been computing on them for 20+ years. I see no reasons why I should settle for technology that is 1 step forward and 2 back. Since I use a 21" trinitron at work, I will continue to be used to CRT. And I don't expect to look at the thing sideways, but I expect the image to be stable if I move my head 2 inches, and offer the same tone to each eye. I don't think that is too much to ask.
Dell 2001FP = 20.1 inch 16 ms S-IPS (LG.Philips LM201U04) panel.
Dell 2001FP ver2 = 20.1 inch 16 ms S-IPS (LG.Philips LM201U04-SL02) panel.
Dell 2001FP ver3 = 20.1 inch 12 ms (g2g) S-PVA (Samsung LTM201U1-L01) panel.
Dell 2007FP = 20.1 inch 16 ms S-IPS (LG.Philips LM201U05) panel.
Dell 2005FPW (widescreen) = 20.1 inch 16 ms S-IPS (LG.Philips LM201W01) panel.
Dell 2007WFP (widescreen) = 20.1 inch 16 ms S-IPS (LG.Philips LM201WE2) panel.
Dell 2405FPW (widescreen) = 24 inch 12 ms (g2g) PVA (Samsung LTM240W1-L04) panel.
Dell 2405FPW (widescreen) ver2 = 24 inch 12 ms (g2g) PVA (Samsung LTM240M1-L01) panel.
Dell 2407WFP (widescreen) = 24 inch 6 ms (g2g) PVA (Samsung LTM240M1) panel.