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23" DGM 1920 x 1080 VGA/ DVI LCD Monitor - £97.51 @ Scan [Today Only]

£97.51 @ Scan
FREE DELIVERY VIA AVFORUMS OFFER 23" DGM L-2362WD Black Wide Full HD 1080P, VGA/DVI 1920x1080, 1000:1, 300cd/m², 5 ms, Speakers Unbelievable Value - 23" Full HD Widescreen Monitor featuring …
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FREE DELIVERY VIA AVFORUMS OFFER

23" DGM L-2362WD Black Wide Full HD 1080P, VGA/DVI 1920x1080, 1000:1, 300cd/m², 5 ms, Speakers

Unbelievable Value - 23" Full HD Widescreen Monitor featuring VGA and DVI connections with built in speakers and has the ability to be wall mounted, what more can you need in a monitor..
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#1
How do i make it £97.51, i am an AVForums member.

Edited By: xruiner89 on Dec 08, 2010 19:47
#2
xruiner89
How do i make it £97.51, i am an AVForums member.


http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
#3
Thankyou
#4
awesome, eyefinity setup for £292.50
#5
For those wanting to use a PS3 with this via DVI, note that this isn't HDCP compatible so you won't be able to play Blu-Rays, which might prove annoying.

Brilliant deal for a panel of that size
1 Like #6
I got one of these previously and returned it. Scan have been flogging these cheap for ages, with many customers returning them due to dead/stuck pixels. Apparently just having a few pixels like this is entirely acceptable according to Scan, meaning that you have to return it at your own expense for a refund.

Wouldn't touch this with a bargepole - it's a total false economy.
#7
Reading this on one, think it's a really good screen for the money. Not got any dead pixels, and had it for about 8 months now. Good buy.
#8
For people who know alot about monitors which is better would you say this one or the BenQ deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/benq-g2222hdl-21-5-1080p-led-monito/819986#comments

They would both work out about the same price for me since I don't get free delivery, so just on the monitor alone?
#9
BenQ is better if you can live with the fact its 1.5" smaller.
#10
Thanks, I don't think an inch or so is too much of a biggie if its better quality
#11
chaywa
For those wanting to use a PS3 with this via DVI, note that this isn't HDCP compatible so you won't be able to play Blu-Rays, which might prove annoying.

Dammit! Can't play PS3 games either in that case.

One day a monitor deal with HDCP will come up...

Still a smoking hot deal for those who just want it for the PC though.

Edited By: dean_brfc on Dec 08, 2010 23:29: .
#12
For people who know alot about monitors which is better would you say this one or the BenQ deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/benq-g2222hdl-21-5-1080p-led-monito/819986#comments

They would both work out about the same price for me since I don't get free delivery, so just on the monitor alone?
Hmmm! Is the Benq better than the DGM? There's only one way to find out..........FIGHT!

sorry, couldn't resist. Good deal on the DGM, heat added.
5 Likes #13
Doofus
Thanks, I don't think an inch or so is too much of a biggie if its better quality

Bet you say that to all the girls!
#14
Jimmyboy
Doofus
Thanks, I don't think an inch or so is too much of a biggie if its better quality

Bet you say that to all the girls!


LOL
#15
I have a pair of these monitors for my music setup and noticed something unfortunate yesterday. On one of the screens, the back-lighting has dimmed over the lower left part of the screen. So, it looks dark in that spot while the rest of the monitor looks fine. Only had it since June/July :(
#16
I have one of these too, no dead pixels but I have light-bleed around the edges, the stand is very flimsy and nasty, they are usually around the £100 mark, even months ago when I got mine so this is nothing special as a deal. DGM are cheapo monitors at cheapo prices and next time I will go for a better make. "cheapo" is harsh, they are not that bad, it works. I just wouldn't bother with DGM again. I would rather pay a bit more for better quality.
#17
My SECOND DGM monitor has gone in 6 months (yesterday). The first one is supposedly being repaired on warranty. They have had it for 5 months!!! I have sent around 25 emails in that time and they are still fobbing me off. I am seriously thinking about taking them to court.

I would avoid them like the plague. Shoddy company.
#18
Pretty crap monitors these -I'd avoid at all costs unless you must have that size and must have audio.

BenQ do very similar sized screens with 2 year real warranties http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11668277/BenQ-G2220HD-22-inch-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/Product.html £108.99 delivered. Top notch monitor in that sort of budget range.

If you want audio buy a set of cheapo speakers. Not many proper monitors have audio anyway.
#19
Fujioka
Pretty crap monitors these -I'd avoid at all costs unless you must have that size and must have audio.

BenQ do very similar sized screens with 2 year real warranties http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11668277/BenQ-G2220HD-22-inch-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/Product.html £108.99 delivered. Top notch monitor in that sort of budget range.

If you want audio buy a set of cheapo speakers. Not many proper monitors have audio anyway.


Yea, I would go for that BenQ over this for sure.

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