Dell's Thinnest Monitor Ever is a 23" 1080p LCD

All flat panel monitors these days are a far cry from the massive CRT monsters that once lived on our desktops. But if such things are still too thick for your liking, Dell will soon be selling its thinnest monitor yet.

Dell calls it the S2330MX, which is skinny little LED-backlit that will run a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. It's only got a VGA and DVI input, but thankfully it comes with an HDMI to DVI connector so you can still run your console or Blu-ray player into it. Check out company introduction in the video below:

 

Dell S2330MX Thin LCD

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  • Martin9630
    I'm quite sure you look at a monitor from the front, rather than the side.
  • whysobluepandabear
    This is dumb. Improve image/color quality. No one cares if a monitor is 1/10th slimmer than the previous model.


    Yes, CRT to LCD is a giant leap - and that really makes a difference. However, fighting over a few mm is hardly impressive, or cost effective. Give me a better quality monitor, and make it look sexy. I don't care about it being 1mm thinner.
  • tacoslave
    i would love if they focused on making thinner bezels or hell why not make the bezel clear and go over the panel that way it wont be as obtrusive. Shit i should patent it before apple does and sues me because its "prior art" even though they'll make this in a couple years.
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  • tacoslave
    i would love if they focused on making thinner bezels or hell why not make the bezel clear and go over the panel that way it wont be as obtrusive. Shit i should patent it before apple does and sues me because its "prior art" even though they'll make this in a couple years.
  • Martin9630
    I'm quite sure you look at a monitor from the front, rather than the side.
  • KelvinTy
    "It's only got a VGA and DVI input, but thankfully it comes with an HDMI to DVI connector so you can still run your console or Blu-ray player into it."
    -______-" Do you mean a HDMI input or a DVI to HDMI connector?
    It looks sweet but I had too many bad experiences with Dell to even dare try...