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Breaking news from ihotdesk, the home of IT outsourcing in London:
Dell has launches the "next step in display technology" this week with its 30-inch flat panel monitor.

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08 January 2008
 
Dell has launches the "next step in display technology" this week with its 30-inch flat panel monitor.

The computer giant revealed its "award winning" UltraSharp 3008WFP 30-inch widescreen flat panel monitor with DisplayPort this week, which it says delivers "performance and simplicity".

Customers will be able to purchase the TrueColour WQXGA monitor with 2,560 by 1,600 resolution directly from Dell, with prices starting at $1,999 (£999).

Steve Gluskoter, director of Dell's displays marketing, said: "We're offering customers the best high-definition viewing experience with the most advanced connectivity available.

"We're excited to bring DisplayPort to customers and to the industry. The 3008WFP with DisplayPort technology will take the digital viewing experience to a whole new level."

The monitor is the first commercially available which integrates DisplayPort technology – a new digital interface that includes a USB-sized connector.

Its 3008WFP display is aimed at users who need high-definition resolution quality, such as content-creators, designers and video editors and features a brushed aluminium housing, glass stand base and has "higher definition features than HD-DVD".

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