From Dell’s press release:
Dell today launched its second generation of televisions, starting with a 26-inch, high-definition ready LCD television that is ideal for a small living room, a bedroom or a den. With a newly designed satin-chrome finish and piano-black speakers, the full-featured W2600 sells for just $1,999.
The Dell W2600 is the first television to receive Pixelworks’ DNX certification, a series of rigorous video quality tests that measure out-of-the-box picture quality and performance. The W2600 is also the first Dell TV to have SRS TruSurround XT audio, and comes with integrated stereo speakers with 30 total watts of audio power.
“Dell engineering teams are helping to redefine the TV market by designing attractive, full-featured televisions at incredible prices,” said Gerry Smith, vice president and general manager of Dell’s Displays group. “From a great-looking appearance to home-theater quality audio and video, we want customers to get comfortable with Dell TVs in any room of the home.”
W2600 customers can watch several channels simultaneously, view pictures with the optional digital photo card reader, and connect to a PC to play music or surf the Web