Although Samsung was the first to release the world’s first DisplayPort, Dell’s New 30-Inch 3008WFP is making a great seen succeeding the 3007WFP. After 9 months of improving the flaws; flaws in terms of limited resolutions and features, Dell is making sure that its next-gen part will meet every geek’s needs.. Dell looked hard at all the faults of the 3007WFP and 3007WFP-HC and is now ready with its successor, after some nine months of development. This monitor comes with two dual-link DVI connectors, thus hardware testers will be able to hook up two testbeds via DVI, and one testbed via analogue D-SUB connection. This is
only the beginning, since this baby also comes
Dell’s 3007WFP with Component, S-VHS, Composite in, USB upstream connector (for 4-port USB hub and 9-in-2 card reader). Dell’s 3008WFP packs the DisplayPort input with its visual-cortex-pleasing 2560×1600 resolution support and 10.8Gbps data rate.
No word on any other improvements, but with that many inputs, we’re pretty certain you can find something to plug into this thing and be glad but not contented…
Connector overview: 3 and 4 are speaker outputs (HDMI), 5 is D-SUB, 6 Component input, 7 is DisplayPort, 8 HDMI, 9 are DVI-D’s, 10/11 TV in