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Dell has added a new eco-friendly computer display to its G series. The 24-inch G2410H consumes up to 60% less electricity than other comparable Dell widescreen monitors, with features including an ambient light sensor and dynamic dimming to scale brightness, three energy modes, PowerNap, and it consumes less than 0.15W in standby. Along with its power-sipping technology, the G2410H is manufactured without arsenic (glass only), mercury, polyvinyl chloride (packaging only), BFR and CFR.
The G2410H is built with a TN panel and WLED backlight, and features a 1920x1080 native resolution, a 1000:1 standard contrast ratio, a 0.277mm pixel pitch, a 250 cd/m 2 brightness, a 5ms response time, 160/170-degree viewing angles, displays 16.7 million colors, and has VGA and DVI-D inputs. It sits atop a base with tilt, swivel, and height adjustments, as well as built-in cable management.
Tipping your hat to mother nature comes at a premium price, and Dell is offering the G2410H for $339.