Dell 3007WFP dimensions

Wall mounting (& leveling) the Dell 3007WFPb

Panel Dimensions: (without stand)
Height
449.55 mm (17.7 inches)
Width
690 mm (27.16 inches)
Depth
74.4 mm (2.93 inches)

Dimensions (with stand):
Height (fully extended in landscape mode)
559.7 mm (22 inches)
Height (compressed/locked in landscape mode)
469.7 mm (18.49 inches)
Width
690 mm (27.16 inches)
Depth
200 mm (7.87 inches)

Source

Documentation - 3007wfp 

Documentation – 3007wfphttp://support.dell.com/support/systemsinfo/document.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&~file=/systems/3007wfp/en/about.htm#SpecificationsLaptops | Desktops | Business Laptops | Business Desktops | Workstations | Servers | Storage | Services | Monitors | Printers | LCD TVs | Electronics© 2011 Dell | About Dell…

 

 

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4 comments

  • Zach Maynard

    What mounts are you using? I want to mount my Dell 30″ but don’t konw what to buy.

    • Hi Zach,
      Thank you for your question.

      I used a VideoSecu brand mount, here is the Amazon link. Overall I find it to be an excellent mount for the price. :-)

      Please let me know if you have any other questions.

      Best regards,
      -JD

  • Louis Parks

    Hi JD,
    I just stumbled across your site and I want to do a very simliar triple monitor setup as you.

    Looks like you did a Dell 3007WFPb surrounded by two Dell 2007fp rotated portrait. This is the exact configuration I am putting together, to add some more real estate to my current 3007WFPb. I found two 2007fp online for a decent price.

    A couple questions if you don’t mind

    Is that setup working well for you?
    What video card can drive all three?
    Did you ever come across a triple monitor wall mount or did you use three seperate mounts?

    Thanks in advance,
    Louis

    • Hi Louis,
      Thank you for your nice comment and good questions!

      You are exactly right, I used a 30″ Dell 3007WFP with a 20″ 2007FP on each side.

      As per your questions:
      #1 The setup has been working great!
      #2 It is a Dell M6700 laptop with AMD FirePro M6000 video card (I dock it)
      #3 I used three separate mounts

      You can find a bit more info from 2011: here.

      I’ll try to take some photos today and post them in an updated blog entry :-)

      Take care and keep me posted on your cool project!
      -J.D.

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