Yes, that's the Dell 1900FP. It is, by far the single best computer purchase I've ever made. It is an absolutely phenominal monitor. The display is just stunning. I use the DVI input, it is much sharper than the analog input.
It is identical to the Samsung 191T except for two features. The first is the pivot feature, the Samsung does it, the Dell doesn't. The second is the ability of the Samsung to run in a "letterbox" mode to run games at 4:3. LCDs are 5:4 screen ratio and CRTs are 4:3. Apparently some games won't run at 5:4 and supposedly look "funny" when forced to run at that ratio. I'm playing NOLF2 right now which is the first game I've played that won't run at 1280 x 1024. It runs at 1280 x 960 so, supposedly, it should look a little stretched out but I sure can't tell. This issue is/was dealt with in a huge LCD thread in the audio/video section at Ars Technica.
I've used the Samsung with the pivot feature and, as far as I'm concerned, it's next to worthless unlees you're typing documents all the time. It's not too helpful for reading things like forums if you know how to use the "Page Down" key. The Samsung pivoting software (you need this) is kind of buggy too.
I'd definitely get the 1900FP for the $679 if I was you. You might look around on Fatwallet or Dealcatcher or Gotapex or Techbargains for other Dell coupons. When I bought mine I got 20% off, plus free 2nd day shipping. Even with all that I paid just over $1100
back when I bought it last April. Another good reason to buy from Dell is that they have a VERY good return policy. They don't have any kind of "dead pixel" policy like most vendors do. You can return it for basically any reason, i.e. one or two dead pixels.
Newegg has the Samsung 191T for $800 if you're interested but they have an "8 dead pixel" policy.
My 1900FP had zero dead pixels so I didn't have to deal with it but my previous LCD monitor (a 17" Samsung) did have one dead pixel. The good thing was that it was off to the side. I've seen an LCD with a dead pixel near the center and it was disconcerting, depending on the background color.