New Dell Concept Monitor

"Dell has a 22-inch prototype monitor in the works. No one knows if it will be released or not, but it is, at the very least, different. Read inside for more information and a photo..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 12/01/07
Author: MikeEnIke
Source: The Inquirer



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The monitor above is a concept monitor on display from Dell along with their many other concept ideas. The monitor, with its edgy glass frame, is one of the latest ideas from Dell designers; however, no on can say for sure if this monitor will every actually be released. This 22 inch beauty sports four built in speakers and a webcam/microphone for video conferencing and chatting with friends. This concept monitor also boasts an "ultra flat" design, which is partially achieved by Dell's decision to relocate the power supply outside the monitor. It's also rumored that, if released, this monitor will display and ultra high-def 1920x1200 resolution, which isn't so common in 22" displays. Judging by the quality of previous Dell monitors, this one is sure to have enough features and performance to please even the pickiest computer user, unfortunately, that may also lead to quite an astounding price. Whether this slick monitor will be released or not remains to be seen, but one would hope that we don't have to wait until next year's CES to find out.

While the new 30-inch monitor comes with specs which will make all of the "Dell is only selling 8-bit LCDs" critics silent, and carbon fibre concepts of DTX form factor that will make Intel cringe, its 22-inch LCD concept is just outstanding.


Whether you think this monitor is beautiful, or looks like the designers fell asleep, tell us your opinion on the forums...
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12-01-2007, 18:29:56

NickS

take the block apart and leave the copper base covered in some tomato sauce for a few hours



Tried it. Forget it. Use white vinegar, make sure the copper is submerged. MUCH better. Easier to clean too, just rinse.

12-01-2007, 19:37:59

llwyd

Tried it. Forget it. Use white vinegar, make sure the copper is submerged. MUCH better. Easier to clean too, just rinse.



was it HP tomato sauce or an american one?

13-01-2007, 01:28:06

NoL
Personally I clean by putting it in a pot of boiling water, when it comes out, flash to vinegar, dunk, remove, back to boiling water, then dry off.

13-01-2007, 06:52:25

pete
thanks for the t-sauce-worked fine.left overnight-rinsed-rebuild blocks.apparently cola wotks as well

13-01-2007, 07:45:18

llwyd
yea coke is pretty brutal though, i left a tooth that had fallen out in some coke over night and it came out about 20% smaller and luminous white lol. plus i can see it leaving sugar behind even after rinsing. glad it worked out :)

13-01-2007, 12:46:31

markkleb
Cool post, now I have another use for tomato sauce..:)

13-01-2007, 17:30:20

MrToad
White vinegar all the way ^^.

If you are feeling posh, then ultrasound cleaner :yumyum:

14-01-2007, 11:47:33

pete
had a look at the ultrasound, ur right very posh,could not justify the cost though,perhaps a sideline in cleaning blocks?

19-01-2007, 14:52:44

Allsorts

I left my block overnight in vinegar and it turned the block green. Looked awful :(



Sounds as if the block was left a bit too long in the vinegar. Vinegar (acetic acid is the active ingredient) might be great at dissolving the surface impurities causing the tarnish but it will also react with the copper!

acetic acid + copper ---> copper acetate (green coloured)

I just quickly clean with vinegar using a toothbrush then rinse a few times with deionised water. Oh, and if you're a perfectionist use 'distilled vinegar' or 'non brewed condiment' (the only ingredients on the label should be water & acetic acid) that way your not reintroducing contaminents. And keep the tomato sauce for your burgers & hotdogs :yumyum:

19-01-2007, 17:40:34

Ham
Ive used brasso on mine. Worked like a charm. Just needs to be cleaned out with distilied water after.
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