22" - Widescreen Monitor - NEC LCD22WV - Flat panel display - TFT £131.56 - HotUKDeals
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Product Description NEC LCD22WV - flat panel display - TFT - 22"
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year warranty
Dimensions (WxDxH) 50.6 cm x 21 cm x 40.8 cm
Weight 5.5 kg
Power AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Device Type Flat panel display / TFT active matrix
Diagonal Size 22" - widescreen
Viewable Size 21.6"
Max Resolution 1680 x 1050 / 60 Hz
Compliant Standards Plug and Play, DDC-2B, ISO 13406-2, VESA DDC/CI, VESA DPMS, RoHS, EPA Energy Star 4.0
Power Consumption Operational 46 Watt
Image Brightness 300 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Response Time 5 ms
Colour ( the image of the product displayed may be of a different colour )
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch 0.277 mm
Signal Input VGA
Display Positions Adjustments Tilt


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Only VGA, no DVI. But still not a bad price for a 22" at £131.56 delivered.

Use JUN1 as £10 off code and £4.99 shipping
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#1
great find
banned#3
Is this just single VGA? Any other inputs? even a second VGA input?
#4
vibeone;2436971
Is this just single VGA? Any other inputs? even a second VGA input?


OP
Signal Input VGA
#5
Reviews are thin on the ground. Ebuyer has it but no user reviews. Newegg user reviews here.
banned#6
Could still be more than one, although I admit it looks pretty certain :(
#7
£10 Voucher expired!
#8
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=285370&CatId=3056

Ive just bought the 22" HANNSG from Misco (posted on here) for £130 + £5 del. VGA and HDMI input. Good reviews on Misco and am very pleased with it. 3 Year manufacturer warranty too.
#9
hi ya guys

this is probably a silly question, but could this tft monitor be used to watch virgin media services. i.e be connected to a virgin media cable box.

thanks
#10
pogologo
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=285370&CatId=3056

Ive just bought the 22" HANNSG from Misco (posted on here) for £130 + £5 del. VGA and HDMI input. Good reviews on Misco and am very pleased with it. 3 Year manufacturer warranty too.


Contrast ratio only 1000:1 though, and there's no DVI input :( (well, not according to the specs on the site, anyway).
#11
does it come with a hdmi to dvi cable?
#12
steve9999;2437853
does it come with a hdmi to dvi cable?
Erm, if it did, it would be rather pointless as it is VGA input only! :roll:
#13
Not bad price but I would rather pay a little bit more and go for dvi. I am on look out for a decent 24" monitor myself
#14
the voucher doesn't seem to work anymore - still a great price. no dvi is a shame, but decent enough as a second monitor for a laptop.
#15
ajay u would need to buy a tv card for your pc and plug the virgin media box into it ive got mines setup like that can record tv to your hardrive as well.if u have 64bit operating system it can be hard 2 find drivers for your tv card ...hope this helps :)
#16
ToneFloat
Contrast ratio only 1000:1 though, and there's no DVI input :( (well, not according to the specs on the site, anyway).


Only 1000:1 contrast ratio? You're going to have trouble finding a monitor that has higher.
#17
those that want dvi on it get the hanns -g one ive got it good monitor just get a dvi to hdmi cable off ebay there cheap
#18
8000-1 here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143051 £138.76 Features * Panel: TN * Size 22W * Resolution 1680 x 1050 * Pixel Pitch 0.282 x 0.282 * Brightness 300cd/㎡ * Contrast Ratio 8000:1 DFC (Original 700:1) * Viewing Angle H : 170 °/V : 170 °(CR≥5) * Response Time 5ms (Typical) * Display Colors 16.7M * Sync Range * Horizontal Frequency 30~83Khz * Vertical Frequency 56~75Hz Connectors * PC 15Pin D-Sub * Plug & Play: DDC DDC CI Power Consumption * On 40W * Stand-by / Suspend 1W * DPM Off 1W
EndlessWaves;2439092
Only 1000:1 contrast ratio? You're going to have trouble finding a monitor that has higher.
#19
shrek
Not bad price but I would rather pay a little bit more and go for dvi. I am on look out for a decent 24" monitor myself


The only reason you pay more is that there's a 14% tax on DVI-equipped 19" and over monitors assembled outside the EU.

shrek
8000-1 here http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143051 £138.76 Features * Panel: TN * Size 22W * Resolution 1680 x 1050 * Pixel Pitch 0.282 x 0.282 * Brightness 300cd/㎡ * Contrast Ratio 8000:1 DFC (Original 700:1) * Viewing Angle H : 170 °/V : 170 °(CR≥5) * Response Time 5ms (Typical) * Display Colors 16.7M * Sync Range * Horizontal Frequency 30~83Khz * Vertical Frequency 56~75Hz Connectors * PC 15Pin D-Sub * Plug & Play: DDC DDC CI Power Consumption * On 40W * Stand-by / Suspend 1W * DPM Off 1W


You mean the bit where it says 700:1 contrast?
#20
didnt know there was a take on DVI It says "Contrast Ratio 8000:1 DFC (Original 700:1) http://www.lge.com/products/model/detail/w2242s_1_6.jhtml DFC (Digital Fine Contrast ratio) 8000:1 " So I assume it was 700:1 and now 8000:1 perhaps same model but upped the specs
EndlessWaves;2441414
The only reason you pay more is that there's a 14% tax on DVI-equipped 19" and over monitors assembled outside the EU.



You mean the bit where it says 700:1 contrast?
#21
shrek
didnt know there was a take on DVI It says "Contrast Ratio 8000:1 DFC (Original 700:1) http://www.lge.com/products/model/detail/w2242s_1_6.jhtml DFC (Digital Fine Contrast ratio) 8000:1 " So I assume it was 700:1 and now 8000:1 perhaps same model but upped the specs


Only in marketing land I'm afraid, Dynamic Contrast/Digital Fine Contrast is a feature that adjusts the backlight depending on the brightness of the scene and a well implemented version can be nice to have. However, the only way it affects the contrast is it you change the way it's measured to be the brightest and darkest shades the screen can produce at different times (instead of at once as normal contrast ratio is).

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