£113 Samsung LD220 21.5 inch 'LapFit' LCD Monitor USB Full HD @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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This is the cheapest full HD monitor around. Has a classy finish. can be powered by USB or VGA, can be daisychained, has "touch" buttons. Got FOUR of them from another supplier which is banned here.

The LD-series monitors feature sleek, clean contours and high-glossy black encasements to serve as secondary displays for today's stylish laptops. The models' intelligent image size function projects 4:3 images from laptops in movie wide aspect ratios of 16:9 in HD content, allowing users to enjoy optimized visual effects for both entertainment and business purposes. The LD220 monitor has a Full HD resolution , 5ms response time, contrast ratio of 1000:1, and are compatible with Windows Vista operating systems. With green in mind, the monitors have two-lamp low power consumption and an off timer to help conserve energy.
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#1
What do you mean it can be powered by USB?
#2
brookheather
What do you mean it can be powered by USB?


Can be connected to either USB or VGA. (Mains connection to the wall)

They also have a 18" USB only monitor for £79.99.
#3
Does it come with a stand, or do you have to buy a seperate wall bracket
#4
alexhickman89
Does it come with a stand, or do you have to buy a seperate wall bracket


After my own research, it comes with a stand built in to the back of the device
#5
It's quite possibly the worst stand you will ever see on a monitor.
I bought one because I wanted to add a third monitor to my system. Apparently, adding a third monitor to an ATI card with Eyefinity requires Vista or Win7, so I bought this monitor as well.
For what it does, it's probably the best solution around. It negates having to buy a separate Displaylink adaptor and Monitor and so saves you money in that area. However, the lack of any VESA mount and the basic swing-arm stand possibly end up balancing this out.

It is a (Very) basic monitor that it supposed to sit next to your laptop (or where it is at home) and connect with USB to give you some flexibility with your computer's desktop.
#6
amdavies
It's quite possibly the worst stand you will ever see on a monitor.
I bought one because I wanted to add a third monitor to my system. Apparently, adding a third monitor to an ATI card with Eyefinity requires Vista or Win7, so I bought this monitor as well.
For what it does, it's probably the best solution around. It negates having to buy a separate Displaylink adaptor and Monitor and so saves you money in that area. However, the lack of any VESA mount and the basic swing-arm stand possibly end up balancing this out.

It is a (Very) basic monitor that it supposed to sit next to your laptop (or where it is at home) and connect with USB to give you some flexibility with your computer's desktop.


My best tech buy for some time. We're seriously thinking of shunning desktops and get everyone one laptop and 2 of these monitors instead... Triple screen configuration...
#7
It's a shame it doesn't come with DVI. USB is not able to handle HD video while VGA is poor in quality.
#8
I can't see anything in the description that states that you can display video over USB (which is what I think you are saying it does?) - it has a USB input but that is probably just a simple USB hub with two USB outputs? For video input it just states VGA.
#9
Whose description the OP or Ebuyer's ? Google: "Lapfit" and take a look at the description. It's just Samsung's own name for Displaylink.
I have an LD220 sitting here now running the video signal over USB and I'm actually typing this on it. To add another monitor to a computer when you can't use the video card or installing another would be problematic, this is easily the most simple solution.
(Although not seemingly mentioned, driving video over USB requires some CPU power but as most modern computers have an abundance, it's not too much of an issue).
#10
amdavies
Whose description the OP or Ebuyer's ? Google: "Lapfit" and take a look at the description. It's just Samsung's own name for Displaylink.
I have an LD220 sitting here now running the video signal over USB and I'm actually typing this on it. To add another monitor to a computer when you can't use the video card or installing another would be problematic, this is easily the most simple solution.
(Although not seemingly mentioned, driving video over USB requires some CPU power but as most modern computers have an abundance, it's not too much of an issue).


Same thing here....

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