24" Widescreen LCD Monitor Full HD - 16:9, 1920x1080 Resolution , 2MS Response Time, 50,000:1 Contrast Ratio, VGA / DVI, Multimedia Speakers -3yr On-site Warranty - £119.98 @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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I thought that this looked like a good price for the spec and warranty. Details:

The Novatech 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor is a large 24" widescreen 16:9 format display which brings to the home a perfect balance between best value performance with full high definition technology supporting the requirements for digital home media and cinematic applications. Thanks to the 16:9 format cut you can view your photos or movies over a broader cinematic area for a thrilling experience. The Novatech 24" full high definition display supports the Blu-ray devices for FHD/HD true digital content with a dramatic visual impact for entertainment and multitasking.

Novatech 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor is a brilliant display reproducing crisp data and media over a cinematic format with the added benefits of a higher resolution performance. In addition, the aesthetically pleasing design portrays a contemporary style that easily compliments any home or work environment.

Specs:

Display
Screen size 24" widescreen
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Resolution 1920x1080
Brightness(Typical) 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio(Typical) DC 50,000:1
Response Time 2ms
Viewing Angle(Horizontal/Vertical) 170°/160° (CR>10)
Color Supported 16.7M

Connectivity
Analogue x 1
DVI x 1
Display Port NA

Stand
Type Simple(Ball Hinge)
Function Tilt

Features
Multimedia Speakers Yes
Wall-Mount VESA Compatible
Cabinet Color Black

Power
Power consumption 42Watts
Stand by Power(DPMS) 1W
Type Built-in

Security
Product Security Kensington Lock

Dimension
Product Dimension(With Stand, WxHxD) 512mm x 160mm x 405mm

Weight
Product Weight 5.5 Kg

Warranty
Warranty Type 3 Year On-Site
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#1
Great title for this deal, all the info right there. Thanks Davidben83.
#2
Looks a nice spec, but the Power consumption is a little high at 42Watts. A LED backlit version will likely use less, but also likely to be more expensive for a similar screen size.
1 Like #3
mamboboy
Cheapest LED backlit 24" monitor is the BenQ G2420HDBL.
24w power usage....

http://www.crescentelectronics.co.uk/benq-g2420hdbl-lcd-display-24.html

excellent monitor!
3 Likes #4
wordsworth
Looks a nice spec, but the Power consumption is a little high at 42Watts. A LED backlit version will likely use less, but also likely to be more expensive for a similar screen size.


This screen will take about £109 to run for 16 hours every day for 3 years, compared to £61 for that LED monitor. For a more realistic usage of 8 hours thats £54 or £31 for 3 years, so if you're going to be using it for 8 hours or more its definitely worth going for the LED monitor! This is a good deal nonetheless...
#5
SeanUSX
wordsworth
Looks a nice spec, but the Power consumption is a little high at 42Watts. A LED backlit version will likely use less, but also likely to be more expensive for a similar screen size.
This screen will take about £109 to run for 16 hours every day for 3 years, compared to £61 for that LED monitor. For a more realistic usage of 8 hours thats £54 or £31 for 3 years, so if you're going to be using it for 8 hours or more its definitely worth going for the LED monitor! This is a good deal nonetheless...

muchas gracias for the breakdown of costs very useful. Worthing noting that electricity is only likely to go up above inflation in the long term so if you don't plan on replacing the monitor any time soon then a more energy efficient option might be better.
#6
Some wise comments here, good find but I think I'll keep looking for the time being.
#7
I found the cost breakdown really useful thank you. I will give that more consideration in future. As the OP, I would not get this deal even although I still think that it is a good one.
#8
And I thought I was the only one looking at that and thinking about the electricity cost!
#9
NO HDMI !!!!!!
#10
Yokum67
NO HDMI !!!!!!


Lol. I hope this is a troll.
#11
mamboboy
Personally I pity the fool who games or watches movies on a single 1w speaker.


Hehehe.
Damn it, want to watch HD movies and game in HD with a poxy 1w speaker!!!

Personally, I have never found the need for an HDMI connection on my monitor, however, I don't play console games, so perhaps HDMI is a requirement for console gaming?
#12
Also a point to note about power usage: I own the DELL U2311H. I believe this is a CFL LCD monitor (no led back/edge lighting). At the wall socket, my monitor uses a steady 19W.

In comparison my 3.5 year old DGM LCD (which has superior image quality to that of the DELL), uses about 95W, using the same power meter.

Moral of the story: you don't necessarily need a monitor to use LEDs to get low power usage. A CFL lit LCD monitor can also reach low power usage levels.

Edited By: sunama on Apr 02, 2011 17:05
#13
hurr durr no hdmi

just kidding, I'm not an idiot like some.

great deal

any idea on the manufacturer?
banned#14
The reason why I'm personally looking for a monitor with HDMI, not DVI, is occasionally I have a mate come round who uses my monitor to plug his PS3 into, then we chuck on a system link game and get drunk/kill each other on various things.

Doesn't really need anything fancy for the sake of doing this one night every few weeks, but a HDMI monitor keeps it nice, tidy and simple.

This is still a decent price though, not aware of anything cheaper (monitor prices appear to have gone up a little recently afaik)
1 Like #15
Warning: This is an UNBRANDED monitor - eg. would you buy a car with no make?
Spend £20 more and get a Hannspree or Viewsonic, at least.
#17
Novatech is a British brand
#18
Davidben83
Novatech is a British brand

Is that meant to encourage people to buy this monitor? :p
#19
ctoumi; do you even know about OEM/ODM markets? In some cases, they will be exactly the same panel with a different brand. For branded products, you can add 4-10% for their marketing budgets...

OP made it clear it was Novatech-branded...

...btw, what do cars have to do with monitors?
#20
Anarchist
The reason why I'm personally looking for a monitor with HDMI, not DVI, is occasionally I have a mate come round who uses my monitor to plug his PS3 into, then we chuck on a system link game and get drunk/kill each other on various things.

Doesn't really need anything fancy for the sake of doing this one night every few weeks, but a HDMI monitor keeps it nice, tidy and simple.

This is still a decent price though, not aware of anything cheaper (monitor prices appear to have gone up a little recently afaik)
It'll only cost you about £3 for a HDMI to DVI cable.
#21
great price, nice to see 24" monitors have almost halved in price since 2 years ago
#22
ctoumi
Warning: This is an UNBRANDED monitor - eg. would you buy a car with no make?Spend £20 more and get a Hannspree or Viewsonic, at least.

+1. Who knows what the quality of this is like! I wouldn’t spend £120 on a monitor with an unknown provenance when you can get a monitor that has reviewed well for not much more. I’d even rather a slightly smaller monitor at this price range from a quality manufacturer. I’m not saying that it will be bad but it just seems risky.

Davidben83
Novatech is a British brand

They’re a retailer but AFAIK they don’t manufacture monitors so it will surely be a generic monitor with their own label on it?
#23
I know this website is all about saving money, but are we really discussing what it'll cost to run a device? wow ....
#24
For those saying that it is unbranded. Even if it was - what is your concern? I can think of two but neither would be deal breakers for me.

The first would be that it will not be very good quality but I think that other than the v best brands, that would be the case with many manufactures. Besides this has a three year warranty as standard which suggests Novatech has confidence in their produce.

The second is that specs would not be accurate. Again, I can not see any reason to believe this would be the case but it could be returned.
#25
Agharta; do you shop at Marks & Spencers? Or John Lewis? Or Aldi? Lidl?

BTW, you do know that Hannspree and Viewsonic don't manufacture LCD panels?
#26
frogman
Agharta; do you shop at Marks & Spencers? Or John Lewis? Or Aldi? Lidl?

I shop at all of those. I’m not a brand snob; I was just saying that buying blind is a risk that’s all. Saving a few quid on a graphics card that is OEM is one thing but for me a monitor is too important to risk the hassle, time and expense of buying cheap and then having to return it. YMMV of course. ;)

frogman
BTW, you do know that Hannspree and Viewsonic don't manufacture LCD panels?

I appreciate that there are very few panel manufacturers which is why I said that Novatech are unlikely to manufacture monitors and didn’t mention panels which I didn’t even consider that they would manufacture.
#27
EssexBoiTroi
I know this website is all about saving money, but are we really discussing what it'll cost to run a device? wow ....

Its quite important to some people. Thats why its being discussed...
#28
Agharta...fair enough!

You would be amazed how many people rely on the brand when they buy anything; including electronic items without appreciating the complex commercial network that exists.
banned#29
Tony Harrison
Anarchist
The reason why I'm personally looking for a monitor with HDMI, not DVI, is occasionally I have a mate come round who uses my monitor to plug his PS3 into, then we chuck on a system link game and get drunk/kill each other on various things.

Doesn't really need anything fancy for the sake of doing this one night every few weeks, but a HDMI monitor keeps it nice, tidy and simple.

This is still a decent price though, not aware of anything cheaper (monitor prices appear to have gone up a little recently afaik)
It'll only cost you about £3 for a HDMI to DVI cable.

Sigh.

But then I'd still need to also get hold of an optical out, and an audio setup. Did you just completely ignore everything I said? Spanner.
1 Like #30
This monitor is near definitely an Edge10 M240.
#31
frogman
Agharta...fair enough!You would be amazed how many people rely on the brand when they buy anything; including electronic items without appreciating the complex commercial network that exists.

I’m not that surprised judging by some of the comments I’ve seen here.
Some people also fail to appreciate that many major brands have wide ranges which vary a lot. A £300 Toshiba/Dell etc will almost definitely not have the same build and design quality as a £1,000 model. Yet you hear people making blanket statements based purely on the brand name or on their experience with only one of that company’s products; clueless.
#32
How about this then, slightly smaller, but named brand, HDMI, decent-ish speakers, and TV tuner.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-at2326-widescreen-led-tv-monitor-full-hd-1920x1080-hdmi-5ms-250cd-m-1000-1/912754#comments
#33
Anarchist
Tony Harrison
Anarchist
The reason why I'm personally looking for a monitor with HDMI, not DVI, is occasionally I have a mate come round who uses my monitor to plug his PS3 into, then we chuck on a system link game and get drunk/kill each other on various things.

Doesn't really need anything fancy for the sake of doing this one night every few weeks, but a HDMI monitor keeps it nice, tidy and simple.

This is still a decent price though, not aware of anything cheaper (monitor prices appear to have gone up a little recently afaik)
It'll only cost you about £3 for a HDMI to DVI cable.


Sigh.

But then I'd still need to also get hold of an optical out, and an audio setup. Did you just completely ignore everything I said? Spanner.
Really?, calling me a spanner for suggesting something that might be of interest/use to you? Real nice.

There's no need for an optical audio output for what you want to do but I guess you already know that.
#34
Davidben83
Novatech is a British brand
Novatech is a British retailer not a Brand - Novatech does not produce electronics - they buy goods add a margin and resell them.

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