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Dell E2016H 20" HD Home Office PC Monitor/Display

20" Dell E Series E2016H Monitor, TN Panel, 1600x900, 60Hz, 5ms, 1000:1, 250cd/m² Brightness, DP/D-Sub (VGA), Black

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Scan code: LN68650 Manufacturer code: E2016H Request call
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Product Overview A dependable and affordable 19.5" monitor with essential features that meet everyday office demands.

An everyday office essential

Screen performance
View your applications, spreadsheets and more on 19.5 inches of 1600x900 HD clarity, with 16.7 million colors, a color gamut of 86% gamut1 and a 170° / 160° horizontal / vertical viewing angle.

Plug and view
Compatible with both legacy and current PCs via VGA and DisplayPort connectivity.

Mounting option
Keep your desk clutter-free by mounting your VESA® compatible monitor on the wall or using the optional Dell Single Monitor Arm, detailed below.

Tilt at will
Work comfortably by tilting the monitor 5° forward or 21° backward.

Convenient controls
Easily access buttons for power, brightness, contrast and customizable preset modes on the monitor’s front panel.

Eco-conscious and reliable

Peace of mind included
Relax knowing that your Dell monitor comes with a 3-Year Limited Hardware Warranty.

Reduced footprint
The Dell 20 Monitor features PowerNap technology that reduces screen brightness or puts the monitor in sleep mode when it's not in use. This monitor also meets the latest regulatory and environmental standards:

• ENERGY STAR® Qualified
• EPEAT® Gold
• CECP Certified
• TCO Certified Displays

Environment-friendly materials
Your new Dell monitor is made with arsenic-free glass and a mercury-free LED panel. Its circuit boards are made from brominated flame retardant (BFR)- and PVC-free laminates, and it has more than 25% post-consumer recycled plastics in its chassis. Features • Essential features: HD quality display at multiple angles with VESA-mount compatibility and tilt options, as well as VGA and DisplayPort connectivity.
• Dependable performance: Uncompromising quality testing standards with 3-year warranty, ensure long-term performance.
• Eco-conscious design: Save energy with power-efficient features.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Telephone:
0800 028 2660
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Dell E2016H 20" HD Home Office PC Monitor/Display
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