24" Yuraku Widescreen LCD Monitor DVI HDCP £172.44+£9.99 del or counter collect @ Aria Technology - HotUKDeals
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seems some good reviews over the net
also think it comes with 3 years warranty


Anti-theft-device Kensington-lock
Aspect ratio 16:10
Brightness 300 cd/m²
Colors 16.7M
Contrast ratio 800:1
Inputs DSUB, DVI, Stereo Phone Jack
Plug and play DDC2B Compliant
Power management VESA DPMS
Power supply AC 100 - 240 V
Power usage Active < 65 Watt Max
Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
Response time 6 ms
Screen size 24" (61cm) TFT Active Matrix LCD Display (AUO) TN Panel
Speakers Stereo speakers x 2
Vesa mounting 100 mm
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#1
ive had this monitor for 6 months, still works fine, very good screen.

Max refresh rate is 60 which is fine for almost all applications.

If you are a "hardcore" gamer i wouldnt recommend it as you really want refreshes 85 plus, however i play cod 4 just fine.
#2
kinnth
ive had this monitor for 6 months, still works fine, very good screen.

Max refresh rate is 60 which is fine for almost all applications.

If you are a "hardcore" gamer i wouldnt recommend it as you really want refreshes 85 plus, however i play cod 4 just fine.

I'm sorry but it would help if you knew what you were talking about if you were going to write a review.

LCD panels do not go by the same technology as a CRT, so refresh rates have nothing to do with it.

Nearly all of the LCD panels on the market today will be locked @ 60hz, the telling factor for gamers using an LCD screen is the response time, which with this being 6ms should be absolutely fine for gamers, if you are experiencing ghosting then If you are using it for a PC I suggest you turn on V-Sync.

For xbox 360/ps3 owners you may not experience such ghosting, 6ms should be good enough but there are obviously better made panels out there by more reputable companies which produce better screens at the same response time, some even make ones as low as 2ms!

16:10 for gaming isn't the best unless you use it for a PC, the new 360 update does include the lower 16:10 resolutions up to 1680x1050 but you will still get borders on the screen with this. (something they may release an update for). Either way, getting a 24" monitor for 1920 x 1200 to run it @ 1920x1080 for FULL HD will be annoying to say the least, as this monitor as it does not have PER PIXEL MAPPING (an expensive feature), the FULL HD 16:9 image will be stretched to 16:10 so your circles will appear oblong, your men on the screen seem taller etc.

The best bet for any console owners wishing to run @ FULL HD is to find one of the new LCD panels which are specifically 16:9. BenQ, and Viewsonic do monitors for around the same price as this which are a better option.

For PC users this is still a good price for you, not everyone wants the best for gaming. But the main point is that the 60hz refresh rate has nothing to do with it as stated above.
#3
Bought this monitor for £210 6 months ago, excellent display on a par with £800+ monitors:thumbsup:

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