Dell Debuts Eco-Friendly LED Displays  

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Dell's new G-series of widescreen LED displays, announced Thursday at CES, the G clearly stands for "green."

The G2210 and G2410 (22-inch and 24-inch respectively) flat-panel displays are EPEAT Gold and ENERGY STAR-compliant, designed for energy efficiency, and are made from recycled materials and other environmentally preferable components. Not only that, they're built for performance.

The maximum resolution for the G2210 is 1,680x1,050 (G2210) and 1,920x1,080, full 1080p HD, for the G2410. Dell specs the standard contrast ratio at 1,000:1 and the dynamic contrast ratio at up to 1,000,000:1, with a brightness of 250 nits. A fast 5-ms black-to-white pixel response time should provide for good gaming and DVD-watching. Available connectors include VGA, and DVI-D with HDCP.

Dell claims the new monitors consume less than half the power of comparable displays, with a typical power consumption of 18W for the G2210 and 20W for the G2410, and less than 0.15W when in sleep mode. (full Story)

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