Ecoand walletfriendly, Builtin energy modes, Simple onscreen display.
The LED backlit Dell G2210 offers stellar all-around performance at a low price. Also, its onscreen display is intuitively designed and includes unique energy consumption options.
Made using recycled materials; cables are PVC free; several energy modes; can automatically adjust brightness based on room lighting; easy-to-read text; nice color.
Offers great energyconscious features.
Dull and washed out images.
The Dell G2210 is plainly designed, lacks ergonomic features, and doesnt have an HDMI connection. Also, unlike the G2410, its not Full HD.
No pivot adjustment; some dull images.
Dull colors in some photos
By BrightHub on February 28, 2010
This computer display consumes, on average, 20.56 watts per hour when it is on and fully lit. CNET labs estimates that it costs about $6.47 to operate per year. These impressive figures can vary greatly,...60
By Good Gear Guide on September 14, 2009
The Dell G2210t 22-inch widescreen monitor is designed for the times offering an appealing price and lower energy consumption. Its an ideal choice for users seeking a solid display that can help curb overall costs....75
By ConnectReviews on June 23, 2009
A lot of cheaper monitors these days dont bother checking their power consumption, and are somewhat inefficient in power management, until today. Dell has managed to focus highly on greener monitors, and have released their G2210...-
By cnet on April 17, 2009
The Dell G2210 offers stellar performance and an energy conscious interface at a low...79
By Macworld on April 16, 2009
by Kalpana Ettenson, Macworld.com Dell has tapped into the current focus on the economy and the environment by producing the G2210, a 22-inch backlit LED display designed for both the wallet- and green-conscious. Dell claims the display is...70
By PCWorld on March 31, 2009
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By CNET Australia on March 19, 2009
As an entry-level monitor the G2210 fares well enough, but better alternatives are available for only a little more...67