21.6" TFT Widescreen Monitor : 1680x1050 1000:1 5ms VGA SIlver/Black Multimedia + 3 yrs Warranty - £125.92 delivered @ Ebuyer! - HotUKDeals
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This 21.6" WideScreen TFT Widescreen Monitor in SIlver/Black comes with 3 yrs Warranty and is £125.92 delivered @ Ebuyer!

Key Features:

* Screen Size: 21.6" (54.9cm) TFT LCD Display
* Resolution: 1680 x 1050
* Response Time: 5ms
* Brightness: 300cd/m²
* Contrast Ratio: 1000 : 1
* Viewing Angle: H : 170° , V : 170°
* Color Display:16.7M
* Built In Speaker: Speaker 2W x 2
* Kensington Lock: Yes
* Monitor Type: 22
* Max Resolution: 1680 x 1050
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really have come down in price!!
no dvi but still a great price.
Yes, decent price for that size screen but for me DVI is a must have extra which this seems to lack. Still you cant complain, particularly with a 3 year warranty.
Good price, wasn't aware they had come down quite so much.

£14 more will get you a Hyundai 22" monitor with VGA and DVI

remember not all panels are the same..
some sick prices there, both this one and the 22", sucks i paid £220 for a 19" a few yrs back :( hate computer prices!!
The Hyundai 22" monitor referred to by kjsav123 - it has 2 d-sub connectors, no dvi at all.
some sick prices there, both this one and the 22", sucks i paid £220 for a 19" a few yrs back :( hate computer prices!!

I paid £200 for a 15 inch display 4 years ago. :w00t:
it prob comes with a dsub to dvi adaptor!
it prob comes with a dsub to dvi adaptor!

Doesn't make it digital though.
A great deal - Just ordered one.............
remember not all panels are the same..

Can you tell me briefly in laymans terms what different panels there are and which is best value for money?

(And which this monitor has if you know please?)

I desperately need a new monitor as I'm using a 6 yr old 17" CRT that, although decent picture, has spouts of technicolour madness (where colours flicker very fast and make you think you're watching 2001:A Space Odyssey!)

Right im not expert on this but ive been searching for a new monitor recently and ive picked up on the basics. From what i understand thers TN screens which are similar to laptop screen where if u go too far horizontally or vertically u will see the colour change, some people find this a problem and some dont its personal preferance. I cant remember what the other kind of screen are at the moment but basically if u look at the viewing angles u will get an idea of wether this will happen or not., this has 170 dand 170 which hopefully means it should be ok. I have recently ordered a similar monitor my self (http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=285370&CatId=918) another hot deal. I went for that over this monitor because of the HDMI port which is very good for the price, but also because of the review, imo buying a monitor for this price your best off asking some one who owns it what they think or readings reviews and deciding from those. I will be able to tell u what my monitor is like tomorrow hopefully :D Hope this helps a bit, mayb some one else can give u more insight
good kit just ordered one.............read the ebay reviews from those who have purchased the monitor:.......5 Stars
Thanks for the advice, littleirishman.
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=285370&CatId=918 this is a good monitor for the price as well hdmi connection :)
Personally I'd go for the branded 22" Neovo with DVI for around £140 delivered posted here.
The Hyundai 22" monitor referred to by kjsav123 - it has 2 d-sub connectors, no dvi at all.

Two seperate people posting their reviews on it both state it has one VGA, one DVI :?

Further edit: it appears there are two flavours of this monitor a "-A" and a "-D", the -D most deffinately having DVI. It's not beyond the realms of possibility that Ebuyer are sending the occasional -D out instead - they don't have the -D listed but elsewhere it's about £20 dearer than the -A model.
Dead pixels when it arrived ....sent it back.........if it wasent for that though i would have kept it, display was not bad for the price

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