22" Digimate - DGM L-2262WD Black, Widescreen LCD, 5 ms, DVI/VGA, 1680x1050, 700:1, Speakers [£95.74 @ Scan] - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest 22" available? Free delivery for people with 20+ posts on the Hexus forum (which is doable by the time this deal ends tomorrow).

A Feature packed 22" Widescreen TFT monitor with DVI-D and VGA Inputs with Speakers.

Panel Size: 22" Widescreen TFT LCD
Resolution: 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)
Pixel Pitch: 0.282 x 0.282mm
Display Colors: 16.7M
Brightness (cd/m2): 300cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 700:1
Scan Frequency: H:30-80KHz, V:56-75Hz
Response time: 5ms
Viewing Angle: H/V: 170 degree(H) / 170 degree(V)
OSD language: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish,Dutch, Traditional Chinese
Input Signal: VGA (D-sub 15pin), DVI-D
Internal Speaker: Built-in Stereo Speakers
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#1
Not sure how doable 20 posts are as they may spam you ?

Here is a list of the different rewards and privileges for remaining a contributing member of the HEXUS.community. New members should realise that if you blatantly spam you way to reach one of these levels (5 posts for a URL, or 20 posts for Scan2HEXUS are the usual reasons) you can quite easily have your post count dropped to zero or just be refused that particular privilege... of flat out banner for being a spammer.

We do like you to introduce yourself in this forum, but please be aware that posts in this forum do now count towards your post count
#2
700:1 contrast? No thanks, that must be an ancient panel in there and I'd definitely avoid at least until you can confirm it doesn't suffer any other problems.
#3
[QUOTE=mamboboy]Well, obviously if you reply with "lol" or with few words you hold risk of that, but if you are helpful then there's nothing wrong with it. I got mine in a day, I helped out with computer problems, got my free delivery and haven't posted since :w00t: A good tactic is to make your own thread asking for help on something, so then you can reply and build up the tally.
It really is worth it because, minus delivery, Scan is probably the cheapest e-retailer around, and the free delivery is next day.


Great advice thanks :thumbsup:
#4
EndlessWaves
700:1 contrast? No thanks, that must be an ancient panel in there and I'd definitely avoid at least until you can confirm it doesn't suffer any other problems.


Digimate used to be best known for never producing a monitor without dead pixels. That was back in the early days of 15" flat screens when they cost £200+! I imagine that they may have improved a bit since then but they are still the bottom end of the budget monitor market.

Nevertheless a 22" monitor for under £100 is a bargain as long as you don't expect top quality.
#5
mamboboy
I appreciate the fact they don't list some over-inflated dynamic contrast ratio - I've even seen some dynamic ratios up into 6 digits!
In reality static ratio's rarely go over 1000:1. And I had a dual monitor setup, one 700:1 and the other 1000:1 (better brand too), and the difference wasn't noticeable.


Yes, but all manufacturers have been quoting 1000:1 static contrast ratio for several years now, so it's either being unusually honest or using an old panel.

tony_s1
Digimate used to be best known for never producing a monitor without dead pixels. That was back in the early days of 15" flat screens when they cost £200+! I imagine that they may have improved a bit since then but they are still the bottom end of the budget monitor market.


More recently (a year or two ago) they are known for selling an S-PVA panel for TN prices but with awful build quality and electronics.
#6
I bought the 23" version of this a couple of weeks back for £108 http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/532267/digimate-l-2362wd-23-full-hd-tft-mo . Whilst I would agree with an earlier poster that the build quality isn't the best (the casing looks a bit cheap and the stand isn't great), considering the price I'm impressed with it overall and the picture quality is good. If you don't want to spend the extra £50 or so to get something appreciably better then I would recommend this.
#7
EndlessWaves

More recently (a year or two ago) they are known for selling an S-PVA panel for TN prices but with awful build quality and electronics.


That wasa rebranded Yuraku, which I have. the case is a bit plasticky to say the least, but how often are you be handling it? Mine has been in constant use for a good 18 months now, still works perfectly and with a great image quality. No dead pixels either.
#8
Arrived today - I bought it Friday evening for £93.99. Got free delivery by 'buying' one of their free delivery items - which makes the whole order free delivery. Great service and using it now it seems great to me!
I did not bother doing a price comparison (should I have?) and Scan do not appear on any of the big c/back sites. Its rare I have bought anything online the last 3 or so years without cashback...
#9
Anybody knows how much does it cost for the delivery to Northern Ireland?

The free delivery seems to be applied on mainland only. Please correct me if i m wrong.

Hot and decent deal!
#10
tony_s1
Digimate used to be best known for never producing a monitor without dead pixels. That was back in the early days of 15" flat screens when they cost £200+! I imagine that they may have improved a bit since then but they are still the bottom end of the budget monitor market.

Nevertheless a 22" monitor for under £100 is a bargain as long as you don't expect top quality.


Happen to disagree there, I bought one back in the day, some 5 years ago for £160, it didn't have any dead pixels and still is going strong today, my parents now own it and they use their PC daily with it, still going strong.
#11
Back on Today Only for the same price

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