24" viewsonic tft monitor vga&dvi inputs £175.08 delivered - HotUKDeals
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#1
Why cold?
This is hot hot hot!
#2
I would put 25qiud more and buy dell 24" full HD one..

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/248450/dell-s2409w-full-hd-monitor-24-inch/
banned#3

not sure if this is a one day only item?


the offers on the home page seem to change every week day - so this is a one day offer
#4
ehadz
I would put 25qiud more and buy dell 24" full HD one..


Not sure I understand what you mean. The Dell says
"A 1920 x 1080 resolution injects a heavy dose of reality in your multi-media experience. "
whereas this one says
"The super-high 1920x1200 resolution produces brilliantly crisp text and graphics."
so it sounds like the Viewsonic is higher definition than the Dell.
#5
Its a really bad TN panel with bad vewing angle, even at this price I would not buy it.

VA panel is the way forward.
#6
rash
Its a really bad TN panel with bad vewing angle, even at this price I would not buy it.

VA panel is the way forward.



TN panels have improved considerably and although they are not as good as PVA or IPS in viewing angles they are not bad at all. My brother bought a 22" Samsung the other day (TN panel) and although I have never bought a TN panel I thought it was really good especially considering he only paid £150 for it. The point is TN technology has become quite good today were as once it was not worth considering.
#7
pete_l
Not sure I understand what you mean. The Dell says
"A 1920 x 1080 resolution injects a heavy dose of reality in your multi-media experience. "
whereas this one says
"The super-high 1920x1200 resolution produces brilliantly crisp text and graphics."
so it sounds like the Viewsonic is higher definition than the Dell.


I totally agree

ehadz
I would put 25qiud more and buy dell 24" full HD one..

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/248450/dell-s2409w-full-hd-monitor-24-inch/


The one in this post is Full HD and some, it is better then the one you posted and seems to be a great deal :)
#8
this one doesnt have HDMI input... the dell one does thats the difference... u can plug the dell one to your PS3 or blue ray player
#9
ehadz
this one doesnt have HDMI input... the dell one does thats the difference... u can plug the dell one to your PS3 or blue ray player



DVI video is pin compatible with HDMI but eschewing HD audio but you are correct that this does not meet Full HD compliancy as it will NOT play protected blu ray content and other HDCP encrypted video and the same applies for non-HDCP HDMI inputs too.
#10
Chuckles1001
I totally agree



The one in this post is Full HD and some, it is better then the one you posted and seems to be a great deal :)


Doesn't do 1:1 pixel mapping though so it will stretch 1080p sources.

I've got the DGM branded version of this with the PVA panel, nice monitor, mine is far too bright so blacks are a bit pants.
#11
It will run full HD stuff on a PC (1920x1080) but will have borders as it can fit more on the screen, good deal and even better than the DELL one if you are only using it for a PC.

IF you want a 24" with all the inputs for your ps3/360, PC and more then the DELL is an unbeatable offer as it is TRUE 16 x 9 ratio, and will be better than the 16 x 10 ratio of the one in this post.

Playing a ps3 or 360 on any 1920 x 1200 screen, set at 1920x1080 will not give you borders, but will stretch the image to fit the screen, making circles oblong, balls and crosshairs too. (unless the 16 x 10 screen has PER PIXEL MAPPING, this doesnt and is a feature that costs quite a lot)

The DELL is the better choice if you plan on doing anything other than using it for a PC image.
#12
just to add that the 360 update that will add 16 x 10 support will NEVER add it for 1920 x 1200!, only the lower 1680 x 1050 and smaller ones for smaller monitors. (lol, they wont add support for more than FULL HD no matter how much you beg)
#13
This Is Better Than The Dell
Heat And Rep
#14
Great, bought thanks.
#15
Minstadave
Doesn't do 1:1 pixel mapping though so it will stretch 1080p sources.

I've got the DGM branded version of this with the PVA panel, nice monitor, mine is far too bright so blacks are a bit pants.


YES IT DOES!!!
just because you have extra pixels doesnt mean you have to use them.
the extra 180 pixels in the height can be used for for extra desktop space on your computer but can be black bars when you play HD Video.

16:10(with black bars) against 16:9, if the dell has the same dpi as this monitor the screens should show identical size video.
#16
It doesn't have hardware pixel mapping, I'm pretty certain.

If you feed the monitor a 1920x1080 source from a console it will strectch it to fit the whole screen, there is no option in the menus for proper 1:1 pixel mapping.
#17
Well mine is awaiting dispatch now so hopefully I'll be able to see tomorrow if it does 1:1 pixel mapping (and compare this to my Dell 2407WFP-HP).

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