24-inch Widescreen Multimedia LCD TFT Monitor with Height Adjustable Stand (Edge10) £169.99 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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24-inch Widescreen Multimedia LCD TFT Monitor with Height Adjustable Stand (Edge10) £169.99 delivered @ Amazon

£169.99 @ Amazon
This is really low cost for a 24" screen but if your buying on a budget it could be just what you need. Play have this for the same price delivered but I prefer Amazon for returns, just in case its n… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
This is really low cost for a 24" screen but if your buying on a budget it could be just what you need.
Play have this for the same price delivered but I prefer Amazon for returns, just in case its not the bargain it looks.

* 24" Screen Size
* 1920x1200 Resolution
* Stunning Design
* 2x 2W Stereo speakers
* DVI Input
* Height Adjustable Stand
* Piano Black
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http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51sHJX-gRoL._SS500_.jpg
#2
good find - h and r added :)
#3
Customer service looks a bit suspect according to the Amazon review, but still a good price for something this size.
#4
Never heard of these I'd buy the Iiyama ProLite E2407HDS 24" instead which is close to this price with an extra input (HDMI).
#5
Yeah but the Iiyama doesn't have a Height Adjustable Stand and I can't believe how few monitors there are that do...

Anyone know to any reviews or have one of these and care to comment?
#6
also at play for same price but you can get quidco there

response time is 8ms and it has vga and dvi no hdmi though

http://www.edge10.com/lcd_monitors.php
#8
derekc2002
good find - h and r added http://www.thebudgethost.com/images/7385db9a3f11415bc0e9e2625fae3734.jpg


yeah, agreed. Looks nice! :-D
#9
Type: Wide Aspect TFT LVDS Active Matrix Diplay
- Display Area (H x V): 518 x 324mm
- Pixel Pitch: 0.270mm
- Max Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
- Display Colours: 16.7 million
- Brightness: 500 cd/m2
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
- Response Time: 8ms

Id say this woul dbe only OK for web surfing users not too fussy about the screen quality. otherwise get something else. Very LARGE screen for the price.

not sure if its hot due to the customer service imagine you get a bad batch you wont be happy!
#10
id recommend the samsung 220HD screen from amazon with 3 yrs warranty! for £209 better screen 2ms spped and it has tv and two HDMi connections !!

else the benq 2200hd i believe has 1900*1080 input 1080p hdmi for a 22" screen not costing over £199 but less..
#11
nice.
#12
I've actually got one of these and for the price it's very good. I use mine for general use and gaming and it's perfectly fine in both respects. The adjustable stand is a definate plus of this model! The screen is bright, the colours vibrant and the viewing angle is very respectable.

Okay it can't compete with a £500 model, but then it's considerably cheaper.

The only issue I have with mine is that it has 2 stuck pixels (I hardly notice them as they're around the edges) and out of 2million that's not exactly a lot.

With respect to not having HDMI, you can still use an HDMI to DVI converter and seperate speakers. (it doesn't do HDCP though)
#13
bbevan
Yeah but the Iiyama doesn't have a Height Adjustable Stand and I can't believe how few monitors there are that do...
Anyone know to any reviews or have one of these and care to comment?


You can achieve the same thing with a height adjustable chair, saves the grief of any accident with the monitor.

Not convinced that the extra few pixels is worth much in real terms.

I got this but they seem to fly out at Misco's.
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=342071&Tab=2&NoMapp=0
Not surprising as its excellent (after tweaking) - almost 24", no stuck sub-pixels, 2 hdmi, quidco and 36 months warranty from Fujitsu-Siemens. The price has unfortunately just gone up recently and they're not in stock, but may be worth waiting for. It's been in a few previous posts, for reference. The stand is the weakest point and neither rock solid nor height adjustable. I can live with that whereas stuck sub-pixels - I would feel cheated and be forced to complain.
#14
No HDCP on a 16:9 high res monitor is a bit of a deal breaker imo.
#15
Akond of Swot
You can achieve the same thing with a height adjustable chair, saves the grief of any accident with the monitor.


Not really the height of the chair, is so you can angle your arms and wrists correctly to the keyboard, then once that is correct, you adjust the height of your monitor so that the middle of the screen is at your eye level...

If the monitor stand is decent then there should be no chance of accident that would be like saying don't get a hieght adjustable chair they cause accidents

No HDCP on a 16:9 high res monitor is a bit of a deal breaker imo.


Agreed
#16
what make is it?
#17
himmerz;4321830
what make is it?
Edge10 :thumbsup:
#18
Check out the review in PC Pro magazine... It gets 5 stars very impressive review and the price is amazing for a 24" monitor

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