My Sony 23" 16 x 9 monitor is starting to give me claustrophobia. I'm looking at a DELL ULTRASHARP 3008WFP 30in LCD MONITOR. It's specs are pretty decent and unlike the Apple units, is Windows friendly. Anyone have an opinion on this unit?
Well, after searching for some time, I am still considering the Dell 3008 monitor. However, recently I became aware that Eizo has begun offering a 30" monitor, CG301. As always, Eizos' pricing is in the stratosphere MSRP $5299 - Street $4700 vs Dell at MSRP $1999 - Street $1715. The Eizo reps tout the 5-year warranty and 3 on the Back Light, the superior panel, the 16 bit processing, and the proprietary calibration software. But almost 3 times more? I know the dollar is weak but WOW! Can anyone offer any real world experience that justifies the Eizo pricing.
My NEC 2690WUXi just came in, and I'm rediscovering a lot of my old photos with the new wide color gamut. I'm going to order the calibrator/software combo shortly.
I know its not a 30", but after being used to a pair of 19's (for years) at my office, and a single 19 at home this is enough real estate for me. Wearing glasses, I have to sit back a little further and turn my head a little to take it all in.
Just a head up - the Dell 3008 is up to a rev. 2 which corrects some problems with the initial 3008 version. I have been looking at the apple 30" or the dell 3008. Can not find a 'deal' so I have not pulled the trigger on one yet.