Refurbished Dell W3201C 32" $1,049 + shipping/tax

PanzerBoxb

2[H]4U
Joined
Dec 12, 2004
Messages
2,107
Here is the original deal that I saw from Dealnews: (snipped)

Refurbished Dell W3201C 32" HD-Ready LCD TV for $1,199

Dell Outlet offers the factory-refurbished Dell W3201C 32" HD-Ready LCD Television for $1,599. Add coupon code "S5RV90?D8FN7B8" to your cart to drop it to $1,199.25. The W3201C features a native resolution of 1366x768, 16:9 aspect ratio, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 450 cd/m2 brightness, two detachable speakers, and HDMI, VGA, component, S-Video, and RCA video inputs. A one-year Dell warranty applies. Coupon expires April 12 or after 150 redemptions.

When I went to the link I found the price was listed as $1,049 already after a $300 instant discount. When I used the code it replaced the $300 with 25% off, taking the total for the unit to $1,011.75. Shipping was $95 - $50 = $45. Tax was added so my total came to $1,132.84. Right now they are going for $1,499 (normally $1,699) + shipping/tax so this is a fairly good discount.
 

plasma

Gawd
Joined
Apr 6, 2004
Messages
647
You think this would this make a good monitor? Better than say the Dell 24" LCD?
 

PanzerBoxb

2[H]4U
Joined
Dec 12, 2004
Messages
2,107
plasma said:
You think this would this make a good monitor? Better than say the Dell 24" LCD?

For watching movies from your system, yes. For general computer work I would stick with your 2405 as the resolution is much better.
 

vbrtrmn

2[H]4U
Joined
Oct 10, 2003
Messages
2,314
Dell LCD Spec Break-Out
I haven't posted this for awhile, but it is pretty useful in picking a Dell LCD.
Code:
Size	Model	Resolution  Total Pixels Contrast  Pitch      Video Inputs
----	-----	----------  ------------ --------  --------   ------------
30"	3007WFP	2560x1600 = 3,072,000px |  700:1 | 0.250 mm | DVI-D
24"	2405FPW	1920x1200 = 2,304,000px | 1000:1 | 0.258 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D / S-Video / Composite Video / Component RCA
20.1"	2005FPW	1680x1050 = 1,764,000px |  600:1 | 0.270 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D / S-Video / Composite Video
20.1"	2001FP	1600x1200 = 1,920,000px |  400:1 | 0.255 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D / S-Video / Composite Video
19"	1905FP	1280x1024 = 1,310,720px |  800:1 | 0.294 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D
19"	E196FP	1280x1024 = 1,310,720px |  500:1 | 0.294 mm | D-Sub VGA Only
17"	1704FPT	1280x1024 = 1,310,720px |  500:1 | 0.264 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D
17"	E176FP	1280x1024 = 1,310,720px |  450:1 | 0.264 mm | D-Sub VGA Only
15"	1505FP	1024x768  =   786,432px |  400:1 | 0.297 mm | D-Sub VGA / DVI-D
15"	E156FP	1024x768  =   786,432px |  450:1 | 0.297 mm | D-Sub VGA Only
 

CardiaK

Limp Gawd
Joined
Oct 27, 2004
Messages
153
Did they change the inputs on the 2001fp?

My older 2001FP has S-Video and Composite as well as D-Sub and DVI-D.

It served me well. So sad that it's now just sitting in the shadow of my 37" Westy @ 1920x1080. : )
 

vbrtrmn

2[H]4U
Joined
Oct 10, 2003
Messages
2,314
CardiaK said:
Did they change the inputs on the 2001fp?
My older 2001FP has S-Video and Composite as well as D-Sub and DVI-D.

That's what I have listed:
Code:
20.1"	2001FP	...	D-Sub VGA / DVI-D / S-Video / Composite Video
 

Gun_Strife

2[H]4U
Joined
Dec 6, 2004
Messages
3,344
CardiaK said:
Did they change the inputs on the 2001fp?

My older 2001FP has S-Video and Composite as well as D-Sub and DVI-D.

It served me well. So sad that it's now just sitting in the shadow of my 37" Westy @ 1920x1080. : )

what westy is that casue that res is alot better then this dell although it is a sweet deal for a tv
 
Top