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19" Widescreen monitor (£84.60 inc VAT)

Gordon Bell Avatar
9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
An Ace 19" Widescreen monitor for £72+VAT. (Its about 1/2 way down page)

A brilliant price for anyone who signed up for the lifetime free postage from Scan Computers a while back.

Other people may find its cheaper elsewhere like ebuyer due to their free postage over £50 offer.

Thanks to the Bank holiday, this has been extended a day.
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#1
Direct link: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/productinfo.asp?WebProductID=659431 although it shows as £117.49 but when you add to basket shows as £84.60?? Mis-price???? Will orders at lower price (over £30 difference) be honoured??
Delivery is £9.93
#2
harlzter
Direct link: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/productinfo.asp?WebProductID=659431 although it shows as £117.49 but when you add to basket shows as £84.60?? Mis-price???? Will orders at lower price (over £30 difference) be honoured??
Delivery is £9.93


Not a m isprice. A "today only" price. The today only links always show you the full price until you add to basket.
#3
Babbler
Not a misprice. A "today only" price. The today only links always show you the full price until you add to basket.

Thanks didn't notice that bit, my bad. I'm tempted but never heard of "Ace" are they any good? bit dubious as it seems like Acer at quick glance.
#4
If you want a monitor around that price I would go for the Daewoo as specs look b etter imho - but price is usually an indicator of quality.

My cheap one from 2 years ago - whilst still working - isnt that good for colour/etc...
#5
Babbler
If you want a monitor around that price I would go for the Daewoo as specs look b etter imho - but price is usually an indicator of quality.

My cheap one from 2 years ago - whilst still working - isnt that good for colour/etc...

Tell me about it ive a 14" vusys that cost £30 ex catalogue and the colours looked ok then got a 19" Lg as part of the redten package that retailed at around £200 on its own and that is excellent, just want one for the kids pc (they are 4 and 6 so they will only be playing games with more rudimentary graphics - well they think they're games they are actually educational!) now as a replacement for the vusys may drop size to 17" but spend around the same to get higher quality. The 14" one then can be part of my next project - a jukebox based around an older pc but in the style of a pub jukebox.

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