Dell had gone with the green approach with its new series of LED widescreen flat panel monitors released at CES today.
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Dell also claims the G2210 and G2410 units consume less than half the power of comparable monitors and come with a typical dynamic contrast ratio of up to 1,000,000:1
- Viewable image size: 22-inch diagonal (G2210) / 24-inch diagonal (G2410).
- Typical contrast ratio: 1,000:1 (standard) 1,000,000:1 (dynamic).
- Maximum resolution: 1680 x 1050 (G2210) / 1920 x 1080 full HD (G2410).
- Typical power consumption: 18W (G2210) / 20W (G2410).
- Brightness: 250 cd/m2.
- Response time: 5ms black-to-white.
- Available connectors: VGA (analog), DVI-D (digital) with HDCP.
Energy efficiency specifications include:
- Typical average power consumption is less than half that of comparable flat panel monitors.
- Less than 0.15W of power consumption when in sleep mode – no power is drawn from the host computer.
- Built-in ambient light sensor responds to surrounding brightness, automatically adjusting levels when enabled.
- Dynamic dimming automatically decreases the onscreen brightness when the image consists primarily of white and/or bright areas when enabled.
- “PowerNap” screensaver application dims the monitor to minimum brightness or “sleep” mode, based on user preference.
G2210 from $459
G2410 from $549