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22" widescreen TFT for only £155.87 with google checkout

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The Belinea 22 25 S1W is the first MAXDATA screen with a wide format 22". Users looking for more horizontal space on their screen will be delighted with this monitor. Websites are displayed better bec… Read More
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The Belinea 22 25 S1W is the first MAXDATA screen with a wide format 22". Users looking for more horizontal space on their screen will be delighted with this monitor. Websites are displayed better because you no longer need to scroll from right to left working on wide film sequences is easier and it is also possible to display various applications on the screen at the same time. The very fast 5ms response time and integrated speakers make this display perfect for multimedia use. Featuring the latest panel TN+Film offering unbeatable visual quality and performance making this LCD monitor ideal for gamers and performance users.

- 1680 x 1050 (WUXGA) Optimum Resolution - 16.2 Million Colours - 1000:1 Contrast Ratio - 5ms Response Time - 300 cd/m2 Brightness - One Analogue Input - Integrated Speakers First post don,t be too hard on me.
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#1
Great price, but the lack of DVI rules it out for me.
#2
once I also thought that dvi is much more superior than analogue input, but today, i switched it to analogue, poof, it works out as great as the Dvi input was.
Moreover, I can adjust contrast now! which is something I can't do if I used the dvi port.
So now, my dell 2007wfp, computer connected to VGA port, and ps3 connected to dvi.. works perfectly :D
#3
minyee
once I also thought that dvi is much more superior than analogue input, but today, i switched it to analogue, poof, it works out as great as the Dvi input was.
Moreover, I can adjust contrast now! which is something I can't do if I used the dvi port.
So now, my dell 2007wfp, computer connected to VGA port, and ps3 connected to dvi.. works perfectly :D


Yes, it is entirely possible to have a great picture through a VGA connector, it depends on the quality of the graphics card and the monitor itself. DVI just takes the guess work out of it by providing a digital signal from start to finish.
#4
i prefer analogue anyway.
#5
It dosent have DVI so cant be any good
#6
Brilliant price. Does everyone have projecters or something? Why do you all need DVI's all the time.
#7
ade2j
Brilliant price. Does everyone have projecters or something? Why do you all need DVI's all the time.


With DVI the graphics signal from the computer stays in the digital form all the way from the graphics card to the monitor.
With VGA, digital information has to be converted to analogue form at the graphics card, then converted back to digital again at the LCD monitor.

VGA was designed for CRT monitors and so has to transmit an analogue signal.
#8
J400uk
It dosent have DVI so cant be any good

Yes because no monitors without DVI are any good, and all monitors with DVI are amazing...
#9
would be awsome for the 360 if they gave you more friggin res options.,
#10
leepea
Yes because no monitors without DVI are any good, and all monitors with DVI are amazing...


Not true mine has no DVI but it's amazing. All depends what your taste is I suppose.
#11
ade2j
Not true mine has no DVI but it's amazing.
Which was my point...

:roll:
#12
I just got one of these from ebuyer, its fantastic.

What isn't so fantastic is that this cost me 193 quid delivered two days ago :(
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BigAde
With DVI the graphics signal from the computer stays in the digital form all the way from the graphics card to the monitor.
With VGA, digital information has to be converted to analogue form at the graphics card, then converted back to digital again at the LCD monitor.

VGA was designed for CRT monitors and so has to transmit an analogue signal.


Yes there is a conversion taking place but there is no loss on these size screens if it is a decent quality converter, man got to the moon converting analogue to digital in the 1960s.
By insisting on DVI you're just eliminating the chance that your manufacturer skimped on the VGA circuit, in this case they obviously didnt because this monitor looks stunning from VGA.
#14
It has a TN+ film panel, that is considered old technology these days, with IPS and PVA panels generally giving a superior picture.

PCFormat only gave this monitor 70% in a recent review. "Overall, the 2225S1W's washed out image quality and lack of vibrancy adds up to something of a false economy". They also thought it suffered from noticeable light bleed. So it should be fine for gaming and viewing the web, but if you watch movies or do any kind of photo / video work it may be worth looking elsewhere.

I have not tried many monitors, but from those that I have the Acer, Dell, NEC and Samsung panels all seem to give a superior picture IMHO to other Bellinia monitors I have used, although you may pay marginally more for them. It would be usefull if all the people who posted stating how great this monitor is could also state what they are comparing it to. I am not disagreeing with you all, as PC Format may have had a duff one to review, and I have NOT seen this particular monitor in action, but its helpfull to know that it is amazing compared to XXX.
#15
I've got one of these monitors and I can confirm it's excellent, for the money. I'm sure you can 'better' but you pay for it. I have no regrets buying it and saving money to spend on other PC bits. Got mine from play.com few months back, paid about £30 more then this deal I think.

World of Warcraft looks great on it :-D
#16
Gold Feet
Yes there is a conversion taking place but there is no loss on these size screens if it is a decent quality converter, man got to the moon converting analogue to digital in the 1960s.
By insisting on DVI you're just eliminating the chance that your manufacturer skimped on the VGA circuit, in this case they obviously didnt because this monitor looks stunning from VGA.



Yep, but don't forget that with VGA there's two lots of conversion going on - one in the graphics card and one in the monitor. Either can introduce errors in the picture quality. Only if BOTH converters are good quality can the results be as good as DVI. Given the (usually) small difference in price between the two technologies I'd choose DVI every day of the week.
#17
My brother has this screen i took a couple of pictures of the screen see the links below the screen isnt that bad cosidering that in Nov/Dec this was £240 £155 is a steal if you are gonna use it for gaming and web browsing. its not top of the line but a long way from bottom end stuff i have used

i have uploaded full res images here the only two i have here at home

http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w248/DrFranky/th_222.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w248/DrFranky/th_111.jpg

The Original Wallpaper please bear in mind my camera doesnt pick up the red very well

http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w248/DrFranky/th_00412_watermelonstars_1680x1050.jpg
#18
wilco
It has a TN+ film panel, that is considered old technology these days, with IPS and PVA panels generally giving a superior picture.

PCFormat only gave this monitor 70% in a recent review. "Overall, the 2225S1W's washed out image quality and lack of vibrancy adds up to something of a false economy". They also thought it suffered from noticeable light bleed. So it should be fine for gaming and viewing the web, but if you watch movies or do any kind of photo / video work it may be worth looking elsewhere.

I have not tried many monitors, but from those that I have the Acer, Dell, NEC and Samsung panels all seem to give a superior picture IMHO to other Bellinia monitors I have used, although you may pay marginally more for them. It would be usefull if all the people who posted stating how great this monitor is could also state what they are comparing it to. I am not disagreeing with you all, as PC Format may have had a duff one to review, and I have NOT seen this particular monitor in action, but its helpfull to know that it is amazing compared to XXX.


what price did they review it at? might have made a big difference at £155
#19
leepea
Yes because no monitors without DVI are any good, and all monitors with DVI are amazing...


exactly my point
#20
i don't need DVI and i don't think i will for many years... voted hot... wish i could afford it
#21
My friend has one of these and he says it's great. If you're really looking to go cheap you won't feel like you've been sold a PoS. However its been on the market a good while now, always in the bargain bracket and I think the new generation that come in around the £200 mark generally beat it for image and build quality and features. Most reviews of the newer 22 inchers (the screens of which i believe all come from the same factory batch) say the image has a richness that doesn't come accross in a spec comparison and they are therefore much better for media viewing.

I think with DVI versus VGA the main argument isn't quality, which is hard to perceive, but rather that if you are expecting to get 3 or 4 years life out of the monitor (or even properly drive games at high resolution) you are going to struggle to find Graphics cards with VGA connectors and end up buying a converter.

Personally I opted for the 22" LG with the TV Tuner that everyones on about - mainly for the great set of connectors. I think that the Samsung and the non-TV LG models on http://www.overclockers.co.uk/productlist.php?groupid=17&catid=510 look very good if you are not needing to spend the last penny.

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