Dell G2210 is LED-backlit, uses less power

Posted on Friday, Feb 27 2009 @ 21:14 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday I talked about the 24" Dell G2410 and today the 22" G2210 was spotted on Dell's website. This is another display marketed as green, Dell says the G2210 has a LED-backlit LCD panel, several power-saving features, efficient hardware, friendly materials, and recyclable packaging materials.

The TN panel offers a resolution of 1680 x 1050 pixels, 250 nits brightness, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 160° vertical and 170° horizontal viewing angles and 16.7 million colors. Full specs can be found over here. According to the specifications, the display has a typical power consumption of less than 18W, and less than 0.15W in standby.
  • Power-saving Features — Ambient Light Sensor, PowerNap, and Dynamic Dimming
  • Efficient Hardware — Including an ultra efficient power supply unit and <0.15W energy consumption in sleep mode using VGA input.
  • Friendly Materials — Free of arsenic, mercury, polyvinyl chloride, BFR and CFR
  • Recyclable Packaging — Corrugated cardboard instead of foam


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