19" Arianet LCD Monitor £57.44 inc. VAT @ Aria Tech - HotUKDeals
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Panel Size: 19"Wide TFT
Aspect Ratio: 16 : 10
Resolution : 1440 x 900 (WXGA )
Pixel Pitch : 0.285 x 0.285 mm
Display Color : 16.2M
Brightness: 300cd/m2
Contrast: 500:1
Scan Frequency: H:30-80KHz V:56-75Hz
Response time: 5ms
Viewing Angle.H/V: 150°/130°
OSD language: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Simplified/Traditional Chinese
Input Signal: VGA (D-sub 15pin), DVI-D
Internal Speaker: Built-in Stereo Speakers
Power Supply(AC/DC): AC 100~240V, 50~60Hz
Power Consumption: Max 45W, Standby 3W
Net Weight : 5.3 / 4.2 Kg
Monitor dimensions(WxHxD): 467 x 383 x 169 mm
Carton dimensions(WxHxD): 520 x 430 x 132 mm
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I bought an Arianet monitor few years ago and it was branded Digimate. Worst piece of junk I've ever purchased. Sent it back 3 times and every one they sent back to me was worst than the first one. The first one had dead pixels, the second everything was a yellow green colour, the third had 22 (yes 22!!!) dead pixels and the last one that we still have has the murkiest colour ever. We just have it in the server room as it isn't fit to be on a desk.

Buyer beware on this one.
i have jsut called to find out this only has a one year return to base warranty.
most monitors are now three years,
Got a 19" Digimate monitor years ago from here - it was great (saw a 17" one though, that was no where near as good).

Anyway the price above does not include the hefty postage Aria charges - starts at 6.95+VAT, but at a guess a monitor will be a lot higher.
good price for a very basic monitor
Like the others, I'd suggest paying a little more for a better branded monitor that offered 3-years onsite warranty as standard.

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