More tomorrow on additional products from the DigitalLife event, but since they’re on Engadget, here are some details on the new 32 and 37" HDTVs and the value-priced 20" widescreen LCD display. Starting price point for the E207WFP is $289. The HDTVs both have integrated HD tuners to display over the air high-def signals at 720p. Both include HDMI inputs to provide digital audio and video connectivity for DVD, Blu-ray, or HD-DVD players. The 3707C has two HDMI inputs.
In addition to televisions and displays, we also introduced the Dell 1800MP, a DLP projector that supports 1024 x 768 resolution for a starting price of $849.
We also launched two new printers, the Photo All-in-One 926 and 966.
Last, but not least, we introduced an updated XPS 1710 notebook targeted at gamers and enthusiasts. Like it’s predecessor, the 17" widescreen flat panel supports high-definition resolution up to 1080P. In this vlog, Patrick Desbois, who leads the XPS notebook engineering team, takes you through some new features (one hint: BIOS-enabled overclocking for the Core 2 Duo processor) and introduces Dell’s LightFX SDK. which allows for integrated lighting effects with supported games and for listening to music in iTunes, Windows Media Player or WinAmp.
For Linux users, you can access the Ogg Theora format of our vlog here.
This product fact sheet has more details on all the products we launched today.