24" BenQ G2400Wa Widescreen Monitor 1920 x 1200 £190.23 delivered @ Aria - HotUKDeals
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Connection VGA
Brightness 250cd/m2
Colours 16.7 million
Contrast ratio 1000:1
Dimensions (mm) 558x442.7x170.5
Display area 518.5 x 324 (mm)
Horizontal frequency (max) 31 - 94
Input connector D-Sub
Pixel pitch 0.27 mm
Power supply unit internal
Power usage 55W (max)
Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
Response time (tr/tf) 5ms
Safety TCO'03
Screen size 24" Wide
Vertical frequency (max) hz 50 - 85
View angle (l/r;u/d) (cr>=5) 160/160
Weight 6.15 kg
Video bandwidth 25 - 135
Colour temperature Reddish/Normal/Bluish + user mode
Features Senesye+Photo Technology, 5ms response time, Vista Basic Certification, 16.7 Million display color, 72% Color Gamut, Kensington Lock, VESA wall mounting 100 x 100 mm
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#1
It comes up as £176.19 plus £11.95 for delivery for me (£188.14). You can get 3% back from quidco if it is your first order with Aria.

It doesn't have a DVI socket, although my laptop doesn't either.
#2
brilliant deal
1080p 24" monitor for under £200
shame it doesn't have DVI though, heat added
#3
Good price but I just got a 22" Hannspree Verona delivered from PC World Business's clearance section today: Price £99 ish including Quidco!!! Happy days...
#4
Not a bad deal if you're looking for the absolute cheapest 24", especially as this probably has proper scaling for consoles so you don't end up with stretched or cut off pictures. (the DVI version works).

However, for £15 more this is a very good deal.
#5
wow monitor prices are realy dropping now :)
#6
Are you guys sure this doesn't have a DVI port? I bought the exact same monitor (I think) in January of this year and it has D-SUB, DVI and HDMI. This was the one I bought:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139277
#7
cool - over 1080p for less than £200 :)
#8
Kushan
Are you guys sure this doesn't have a DVI port? I bought the exact same monitor (I think) in January of this year and it has D-SUB, DVI and HDMI. This was the one I bought:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139277


This is the BenQ G2400WA not the G2400W you have lInked to. Yes the A at the end makes a difference :w00t:

There's a review at PCPRO
#9
Well, it's 1200p if you're going to be technical about it as I doubt it has 1:1 pixel mapping.
#10
Lack of DVI is madness at this resolution.
#11
mamboboy
Brightness 250cd/m2 = not very good at all

I have two budget panels with ~400cd/m2 levels, and next to a samsung they do look quite dull*...so beware :)

*on their own you don't notice..


Brightness is just how much light the display puts out, I don't think it has much to do wiith the quality of the colours. High brightness is useful when you've got the sun shining on the display but the problem with high brightness monitors is that some of them are too bright to view under artificial light even at minimum settings.

pspr33
Well, it's 1200p if you're going to be technical about it as I doubt it has 1:1 pixel mapping.


The G2400W does so I wouldn't be surprised if this version of it does too.
#12
EndlessWaves
Brightness is just how much light the display puts out, I don't think it has much to do wiith the quality of the colours. High brightness is useful when you've got the sun shining on the display but the problem with high brightness monitors is that some of them are too bright to view under artificial light even at minimum settings.



The G2400W does so I wouldn't be surprised if this version of it does too.


"360 over VGA: I recommend using the resolution of 1360x768 for this function, and the screen will be 99% aspect proper. 1920x1080 does not work correctly on either monitor, where they both stretch to 16:10 and "heighten" everything. Neither monitor can do 1920x1080 over VGA properly even with a PC, so that's understandable."

Doesn't sound like it does to me..
#13
awesome price!! heat added
shame about some of the features. i think i'd rather stick with a smaller model with DVI, 300cd/m2 and adjustable stand
good deal nevertheless!
#14
pikachu12
brilliant deal
1080p 24" monitor for under £200
shame it doesn't have DVI though, heat added


1080p over VGA? You're the sort of person impressed by big numbers and go faster stripes aren't you? If you engage brain before back-patting, people might take you a little more seriously.
#15
beej
1080p over VGA? You're the sort of person impressed by big numbers and go faster stripes aren't you? If you engage brain before back-patting, people might take you a little more seriously.


I really dont see the need for that kind of nastiness.

To my mind this would be a decent deal if you were to use this monitor for a console like the 360 but as a PC monitor even though it has 'big numbers' the VGA makes it nigh on obsolete. If it had DVI it would be a super deal but thats the reason its so cheap.

Still, its a hot deal for what it does.
#16
beej
1080p over VGA? You're the sort of person impressed by big numbers and go faster stripes aren't you? If you engage brain before back-patting, people might take you a little more seriously.


Quieten down, fool.
#17
pspr33
"360 over VGA: I recommend using the resolution of 1360x768 for this function, and the screen will be 99% aspect proper. 1920x1080 does not work correctly on either monitor, where they both stretch to 16:10 and "heighten" everything. Neither monitor can do 1920x1080 over VGA properly even with a PC, so that's understandable."

Doesn't sound like it does to me..


Ah sorry, I've got into the habit of forgetting vga test results. I really should have read it again before I posted :roll:
#18
dunno what's obsolete about VGA - its going to be around (as an output) for a long long time and still many current new products (like my little eee) can only output over VGA.

2nd, i doubt most people can tell the different between a VGA and DVI connection for 99% of their computer use.

it only becomes an issue with ******** copy protection - which you should be stripping anyway so you can do what you want with content you've paid for.
#19
VGA can easily handle 1080p, and indeed 1920*1200 (unless you use a really long cable). I run a 24" at this res no problem, and it's not visually any different from DVI.
#20
no DVI HDCP support? Still a good price tho for a 24" monitor!
#21
Smiff
dunno what's obsolete about VGA - its going to be around (as an output) for a long long time and still many current new products (like my little eee) can only output over VGA.


I don't know why VGA is still around - DVI can handle the same signals as well as digital ones and doesn't seem to have any drawbacks so I'm not sure why new products like this monitor and some laptops are still coming with vga.
#22
DVI equipped monitors are subject to 14% import taxes to the EUSSR, so I wouldn't be surprised if that has influence on VGA still being used...

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