Help in buying new Desktop Monitor

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I want to buy a new monitor and looking and thinking to buy Dell E2014H. What are the specifications of this monitor? How much is it? What are the features of this monitor? What do you mean by color Gamut? What is its functions? What do you mean EPEAT? What is the purpose of this and why will I consider this in buying new monitors? What will be the power consumption of this monitor? What about the brightness and clarity?

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Help in buying new Desktop Monitor

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Hello Virginia!

The Specifications of Dell E2014H.

1.    Widescreen Aspect Ratio of 16:9

2.    Anti-glare with hard coat 3H

3.    Resolution supported of 1600 x 900

4.    Contrast Ratio is 1000:1

5.    LED

6.    Gamut at 83%

7.    DVI-D port with HDCP and VGA

The price $116. One of the best feature of this monitor is its response time of 5ms. The color Gamut is at 83%. It uses greater RGB signals and full range of colors available with the monitor. You can also adjust the angle according to your preferences. It passed certification of using eco-friendly materials. It also includes 3-year warranty. It has a long-term performance that means you can use the monitor for a very long time or before you see dim or fading brightness of the color than any other monitor.

Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) it helps the purchasers to distinguish which product is safe to use and can withstand different weather conditions. Considering of buying this monitor is a good decision. Number one, Dell technical support and warranty coverage is known for its easy-to-deal and talk to. If they need to replace the device, that is not a question for them. Also the life-span of the monitor is more than enough for you to say that the money you will spend is worth spending. The quality of the image is undeniably clear and bright color.

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