The guys over at Engadget have word that Dell is preparing another refresh of its popular flagship 20.1" wide-screen monitor. After last year's UltraSharp 2007WFP, this year's model will be reportedly dubbed SP2008WFP. The monitor will arrive on September 12, sporting a silver bezel, a built-in two-megapixel camera, and a brand new display panel.
The display will feature the same 1680x1050 resolution and 300cd/m² luminosity as the 2007WFP, but it will have a response time rating of just 2ms and a contrast rating of 2000:1. For reference, the 2007WFP is rated for a response time of 16ms and contrast of 800:1. Engadget has some pictures of the SP2008WFP over here.
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