£87 Philips 22 inch Full-HD LCD monitor with SmartControl Lite £87 @ ibood - HotUKDeals
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Brand: Philips
Type: 221V2SB/00
TFT-LCD Panel
Size: 21.5 inch/54.61 cm
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Brightness: 250 cd/m2
Smartcontrast: 300.000:1
Respons time (typical): 5 ms
Optimum resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz (Full-HD)
Display colours: 16.7M
Scanning Frequency: 30-83 kHz H/56-75 Hz V
sRGB
Signal input: VGA (analogue), DVI-D (Digital, HDCP)
Brightness, Menu, Input, Auto, Power On/Off
VESA mount 100x100mm compatible
Plug and Play: DDC/CI, sRGB, Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/98
Stand tilt: -5/+20 degree
Power On mode: < 21.5 W (EnergyStar 5.0 test method)
Standby mode: < 0.5 W
Off mode: < 0.5 W
Power LED indicator: Operation - green, Standby/sleep - Amber
Power supply: Built-in, 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Delivery: 4 - 7 business days
Dimensions with stand: 367 x 515 x 182 mm
Dimensions without stand: 310 x 515 x 69 mm
Weight with stand: 3.86 kg
Weight with stand: 3.58 kg
Legal warranty: 2 years

Would you love to work on a flat LCD display with the highest contrast and most vibrant images? Continue reading because today’s iBOOD is another one to feast on. This 22 inch big, yet elegant Philips TFT LCD screen has at all: you’ll totally enjoy your movies and games because it produces brilliant flicker-free images with superb colors. The range of the screen is 16.7 million colors and it has a response time of 5ms. By contrast, we mean contract, thanks to SmartContrast we’re talking about a contrastratio of 300.000:1 with an excellent black level and an accurate rendition of dark shades and colors. The screen is of course Full HD 1080p. The Philips has an analog VGA and a digital DVI-D connection. The aspect ratio is 16:9 but of course 4:3 is also well supported. The image is naturally of superior quality and controlling the screen and adjusting the image is done with SmartControl Lite, the next generation 3D icon-based GUI monitor control software. This allows you to fine-tune most parameters of the monitor like Colour, Brightness, screen calibration, Multimedia, ID management etc with the mouse. This slim, stylish screen stands on a 100x100mm VESA standard and can be tilted by an angle of -5 to 20 degrees. With this Philips 242inch big LCD screen you’ll enjoy Full-HD entertainment!
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#1
Not bad, Voted Hot
1 Like #2
Bit pricey considering the Dell ones we all got for around £40
#3
rash
Bit pricey considering the Dell ones we all got for around £40

Assuming you are meaning via reward and recycle, there are none left for ~£40.
price back up to £139 - £60 trade in ~£79, which is a little cheaper (£8 ), but with additional effort, and compare the two. I have not compared the two, but it does have VESA wall mount.


Edited By: phillivingstone on Jun 19, 2011 20:17
#4
Anyone used ibood befpre?
banned 2 Likes #5
rash
Bit pricey considering the Dell ones we all got for around £40


yeah but if you didnt get one then this is good price

what a numpty you are
#6
GOOD FIND HOT FROM ME
#7
is this new?
#8
COLD NO HDMI OR 3D!!1!
#9
this isn't even LED, there's a 21.5" Acer LED monitor on Scan for slightly less than this price, so why would I pay more for half an inch more of a worse panel
#10
isn't this expired now anyway?
changed to a viewsonic tablet.
#11
jeetez
isn't this expired now anyway?
changed to a viewsonic tablet.


Looks like it, I can't see a buy button anywhere.
#12
aberfal
rash
Bit pricey considering the Dell ones we all got for around £40


yeah but if you didnt get one then this is good price

what a numpty you are


You're the numpty for not getting the Dell deal, any HUKD'er knows that was a deal not to be missed - it was by far the hottest deal I've seen here for some time. Your fault for not getting it.

And 2x 18.5" Acer monitors for around £40 is a better alternative for those that want a more screen real estate, as anyone doing any actual work will know.

BTW the Dell deal is NOT quite expired, a 10% discount code brings the price down to £125, and then quidco brings it down by another £10 and then minus £60 trade in - total of £55; assuming the minor task of sending an old monitor and knowing how quidco works is not beyond your IQ range.
#13
aberfal

BTW the Dell deal is NOT quite expired, a 10% discount code brings the price down to £125, and then quidco brings it down by another £10 and then minus £60 trade in - total of £55; assuming the minor task of sending an old monitor and knowing how quidco works is not beyond your IQ range.


Could you link me to that deal please? Cheers
#14
Bomster
aberfal

BTW the Dell deal is NOT quite expired, a 10% discount code brings the price down to £125, and then quidco brings it down by another £10 and then minus £60 trade in - total of £55; assuming the minor task of sending an old monitor and knowing how quidco works is not beyond your IQ range.


Could you link me to that deal please? Cheers


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-21-5in-st2220m-uk-full-hd-wled-widescreen-monitor-vga-dvi-d-for-93-83-less/945974/?page=9#post11544661

The 10% code is also here on HUKD, just search for it on the right, don't forget quidco.
banned#15
rash
aberfal
rash
Bit pricey considering the Dell ones we all got for around £40


yeah but if you didnt get one then this is good price

what a numpty you are


You're the numpty for not getting the Dell deal, any HUKD'er knows that was a deal not to be missed - it was by far the hottest deal I've seen here for some time. Your fault for not getting it.

And 2x 18.5" Acer monitors for around £40 is a better alternative for those that want a more screen real estate, as anyone doing any actual work will know.

BTW the Dell deal is NOT quite expired, a 10% discount code brings the price down to £125, and then quidco brings it down by another £10 and then minus £60 trade in - total of £55; assuming the minor task of sending an old monitor and knowing how quidco works is not beyond your IQ range.


i`m not a numpty as i dont need a monitor so have the money in my pocket haha

your move :)
#16
aberfal

i`m not a numpty as i dont need a monitor so have the money in my pocket haha

your move :)


Neither did I - but at £26 can you really say no? 104 (price) x 0.9 (10% discount) - 7 (quidco) - 60 (trade in) = £26.60.

Only wish I had a few more older monitors so I could buy more!
#17
rash
aberfal

i`m not a numpty as i dont need a monitor so have the money in my pocket haha

your move :)


Neither did I - but at £26 can you really say no? 104 (price) x 0.9 (10% discount) - 7 (quidco) - 60 (trade in) = £26.60.

Only wish I had a few more older monitors so I could buy more!


It has expired now!
#18
happenstance


It has expired now!

Your fault for not getting it, but it was on for at least a whole week. You snooze you lose.
#19
rash
happenstance


It has expired now!


Your fault for not getting it, but it was on for at least a whole week. You snooze you lose.

Err who said i didnt get it, i was just saying its expired. Well its £20 more so still a good dealish.
#20
Not expired anymore it's back on! But n0 10% discount though.

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