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The Dell ST2220 is one of three LED-backlit LCD monitors released into the Studio Line (ST) in late 2010.

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Pros

can be viewed at extreme angles without a problem

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built in on screen menu is intuitive, easy to work with

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audio in/out enables easier use of desktop speakers

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excellent anti-glare finish, no lighting problems at any time of day

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Cons

screen tilting mechanism is counter-intuitive, requires pressing the Dell symbol on the back of the monitor to avoid having to "force it"

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No touch functionality when using Windows XP

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instructions on the included CD aren't useful

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doesn't automatically detect display scaling, need to work through the menu fairly deep to switch viewing ratios

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The Dell ST2220 is one of three LED-backlit LCD monitors released into the Studio Line (ST) in late 2010. Credited as an ‘aggressive attempt’ to expand their position in the consumer electronic market, Dell has designed all three specifically for a better viewing experience and enhanced digital consumption. In particular, the ST2220 is one of the non-HDMI units in the series. It hosts a 21.5” display with a 1080p resolution and 8,000,000:1 contrast ratio just like the ST2220L, but it only houses VGA and DVI-D (HDCP) connectivity. Like its peer, the Dell ST2220 offers no integrated audio, let alone audio connectivity options.

Features
  • Studio Line (ST) (2010)
  • 21.5" LED-Backlight LCD
  • 1080p HD Resolution @60Hz
  • VGA/DVI-D(HCDP) Connectivity
  • 8,000,000:1 Estimated Contrast
  • 5ms Typical Response Time
  • 160 Vertical / 170 Horizontal Viewing Angles
  • Integrated Kensington Security Ports
  • VGA Cable Included
  • Energy Star 5.0 Compliant
  • EPEAT Silver Rating
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