26" Iiyama E2607WSD Monitor with 1920x1200 resolution. only 233.83 @CCL - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
26" Iiyama Prolite E2607WSD

Recently these monitors have had a price reduction and CCL seem to have the cheapest price at under £234.

Note this is a 1920x1200 monitor not a 1920x1080 hence you get extra space in games and also in desktop space. Also being 26 inch being a 1920x1200 makes it worthwhile over the numerous 23”/24” 1080ps out there.

• Diagonal 26"
• Response time 2 ms
• Aspect ratio 16 : 10
• Pixel pitch h x v 0.2865 x 0.2865 mm
• Native resolution 1900 x 1200 (2.3 megapixel)
• Horizontal sync 31 - 80 KHz
• Vertical sync 56 - 75 Hz
• Analog input connector D-Sub
• Digital input connector DVI-D
• HDCP yes
• Synchronization Separate Sync
• Plug & Play VESA DDC 1/2B™
• Speakers 2 x 5 W (Stereo)
• Included accessories Power Cable, D-Sub Cable, DVI-D Cable, Audio cable, user manual, stand
• Power supply AC 100 - 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
• Power Supply Unit internal
• Power usage 52 W typical; max. 2 W in Power management mode
• VESA mounting 200 mm
• Tilt angle 20° up
• Dimensions w x h x d 597.5 x 460.5 x 238 mm
• Weight 8.3 kg
More From CCLOnline:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
Shock Avatar
6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Options

All Comments

(24) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Before voting remember these are 1920x1200 monitors and have more desktop than the common 1080p ones.
#2
Same price at scan.co.uk if anyone interested
#3
Very nice monitor.
#4
What's the contrast ratio?
#5
Contrast 6000 : 1 ACR
Contrast 1000 : 1 typical

...according to specs on site.
#6
£233 plus postage for a TN panel with a seemingly basic stand is cold for me.
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
#7
Agharta
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
Ok, show me that I will take it.
#8
alasrati
Agharta
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
Ok, show me that I will take it.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/222838
A shade over and I don't know what the stand is like, but I think previous Ultrasharps have been pretty good in that department.
#9
Chinny_racoon
alasrati
Agharta
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
Ok, show me that I will take it.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/222838

A shade over and I don't know what the stand is like, but I think previous Ultrasharps have been pretty good in that department.


That Dell may be a good price for an IPS screen, but it is only 1080 and 23". For general purpose use I would favour the Iiyama.

I have had a Dell 24" 1920 x 1200 for several years and really don't like this trend to 1920 x 1080 for monitors.
#10
I think I will wait a while longer for a 1920x1200 IPS to come down to £250 or so. Should happen in about a year.
#11
alasrati
Agharta
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
Ok, show me that I will take it.

£258.50 delivered at Dabs before Quidco and it has a fully adjustable stand:
http://www.dabs.com/products/dell-23--wide-u2311h-8ms-hd-dvi-lcd-monitor-70QX.html

I’d also prefer 1920x1200 over 1920x1080 but not in preference to a much better quality panel and fully adjustable stand. I’d prefer the smaller size of the Dell as it takes up less space on the desk.
Decent quality 1920x1200 IPS TFTs are in a different price rage all together which is why I didn’t mention that option.
After I’ve moved I think I’m going to buy one of those Dells.
#12
Thanks for posting that Argharta.

Yeah the 1920x1200 Dell U2410 is about £380, which is too much. There is the smaller HP ZR24w for about £330 which is more like it. So I expect them to reach the £250 mark within a year.

As for whether to go for this or the Dell you posted. It depends on usage really. I program so I don't need brilliant colour accuracy (and I have a 50 Plasma for watching video), but the extra image height would be useful (more lines of code visible at once). The fully adjustable stand is nice for rotation though.
#13
Remember when buying a monitor of this size you need to be a fair distance from the monitor. I current have my g/f's 24" because her desk is smaller than mine and the monitor was too close.
#14
i miss the 1920x1200 16:10 ratio was great for computers, now most are 1920x1080.. i hate these new monitors they seem too bloody wide. if this was 24" i would have got one to complyment my 2x24"
#15
Any decent reviews on this that would warrant purchasing it over the bigger 28" Hanns.G or Novatech offerings?

Would really love an IPS over 26". Shame the prices are still ridiculously high.
#16
We have these at work, pretty average. Prefer the Dells posted, which we also have.
#17
I have a Samsung Syncmaster T260 which is 1920 x 1200 and displays a good image but I don't think they're available now.
#18
bytemaster
Chinny_racoon
alasrati
Agharta
Give me a 23” IPS with a proper stand for £250 any day; quality not quantity.
Ok, show me that I will take it.
[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/222838

A shade over and I don't know what the stand is like, but I think previous Ultrasharps have been pretty good in that department.


That Dell may be a good price for an IPS screen, but it is only 1080 and 23". For general purpose use I would favour the Iiyama.

I have had a Dell 24" 1920 x 1200 for several years and really don't like this trend to 1920 x 1080 for monitors.


Some people like me just want their 1080p content to fit when possible. I used to hate it when I had a 16:10 laptop monitor, and there would ALWAYS be black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. At least I now have a Full HD 16:9 monitor and 50% of my video fills the entire screen without bars.
1 Like #19
-BA-
Contrast 6000 : 1 ACR
Contrast 1000 : 1 typical

...according to specs on site.

I have this monitor, and my vote would be: don't buy it. The colours are quite mediocre, there is a very noticeable dithering pattern, and most of all the ACR is completely useless: it cuts in and out for no obvious reason, suddenly making a screen with little white on it go really really dark.

Or, to sum it up: the panel is cheap, and the electronics are distinctly substandard. I would have expected better from Iiyama.
banned 2 Likes #20
mathewroberts I would'nt even touch the 28" hans G. Awful awful brand and the picture quiality is terrible (We sell them at work) P.S. the Novatech 28" is the Hans G (I work for Novatech lol)
#21
xela333
mathewroberts I would'nt even touch the 28" hans G. Awful awful brand and the picture quiality is terrible (We sell them at work) P.S. the Novatech 28" is the Hans G (I work for Novatech lol)

Thanks fella, I was going to pop into the Portishead store later and have a look, whilst I was buying a Stora. I did get the vague impression that the Novetech offering was a HannsG, but there's never any direct link to tell you that!

Guess I'll wait for the Dell U2410 to come down in price. It does sound like the best option from reading reviews.

Edited By: mathewroberts on Aug 23, 2010 09:09: extra
#22
xela333
mathewroberts I would'nt even touch the 28" hans G. Awful awful brand and the picture quiality is terrible (We sell them at work) P.S. the Novatech 28" is the Hans G (I work for Novatech lol)
lol

Props for being honest.
#23
You're not going to get a full on 23" IPS screen for £250 those that you may have seen from Dell and the like at more modest prices lately use a budget IPS technology.. and those have other imperfections over standard IPS screens eg. backlight bleed, highly variable from-the-factory set up, etc... IPS is just materially more expensive... and you're gonna be needing £50 for a calibration device to get the true value from it..

16:10 is a great rez for PC use, 16:9 in a 23" screen gives too low a DPI results in puny size fonts.. causes headaches in XP, Win7 might be better but makes more sense too buy a larger screen that doesn't result in non-standard DPI..

Btw I use 2x calibrated 17" iiiyama MVA H430-B monitors.. absolutely stunning images better than IPS for video replay.. you can pick them up second hand for peanuts as few people know theyre MVA
#24
Inbox me!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!