New Dell Displays Marry Green And Style

Computer company Dell, which recently took top large green company rankings in Newsweek, also recently unveiled some stylish new LED displays that are fairly energy efficient and eco-friendly. These displays – the 22-inch (ST2220), 23-inch (ST2320) and 24-inch (ST2420) – price between around $190 and $260 and look to be available now.

From a green focused perspective, these new Dell displays are fairly energy efficient, meeting Energy Star 5.0 guidelines for reduced energy consumption. They also contain what Dell says are “environmentally preferable materials such as arsenic-free glass and mercury-free panels,” making them easier for recycling when one decides to move on to a new display.

Dell ST2320

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Beyond green aspects, these new displays provide features like 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, a dynamic contrast ratio (estimated at 7,000,000 to 8,000,000:1), fast response time of 5ms typical (black to white) and a 16:9 aspect ratio. Connectivity is available through VGA and DVI (HDCP) ports, as well as HDMI, depending upon the model. They also don’t slouch in the looks department, with a glossy black design, touch controls on the bottom right panel, a bottom front bezel that becomes lit when switched on and a slim panel profile.

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