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Acer 22" Widescreen Monitor (DVI/VGA) - Today Only £112.69 @ Scan

£112.69 @ Scan
Seems like a good deal for a 22" monitor with DVI. Today Only price is £112.69, otherwise £119.57 which still seems good value. Find via the 'today only' section for the cheaper price - listed unde…
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Seems like a good deal for a 22" monitor with DVI. Today Only price is £112.69, otherwise £119.57 which still seems good value.

Find via the 'today only' section for the cheaper price - listed under monitors (obviously)
http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx

Delivery is the only downside at £11.49, or collect @ store for free! (bolton/horwich)
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banned#1
.... or use either of the two free delivery offers which Scan have: hexus or AVForum.
#2
father murphy
.... or use either of the two free delivery offers which Scan have: hexus or AVForum.


Thanks murphy!
#3
Good find, but can anyone comment how this compares to tesco item ;

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-3517.aspx

or amazon item

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-23-inch-LCD-Monitor-40000/dp/tech-data/B001QFP0X0/ref=de_a_smtd


thanks:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#4
..... apart from them being 1" bigger of course .............
#5
Splott Boy
Good find, but can anyone comment how this compares to tesco item ;

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-3517.aspx

or amazon item

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-23-inch-LCD-Monitor-40000/dp/tech-data/B001QFP0X0/ref=de_a_smtd


thanks:thumbsup::thumbsup:


These are VGA only, they have no DVI. So it depends if you use VGA or DVI (DVI is better).
So the 22" is a better spec.

This is cheaper from DABS - http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-22--v223wbbd-5ms-dvi-lcd-tft-5JQ8.html
£113.67 delivered.
banned#6
Welsh Dragon
These are VGA only, they have no DVI. So it depends if you use VGA or DVI (DVI is better).
So the 22" is a better spec.

This is cheaper from DABS - http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-22--v223wbbd-5ms-dvi-lcd-tft-5JQ8.html
£113.67 delivered.


Actually the above offer was for £112.69 delivered :) ... plus the Scan one came with a 1" Rechargable photoframe FOC as well :)
#7
Splott Boy
Good find, but can anyone comment how this compares to tesco item ;

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-3517.aspx

or amazon item

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-23-inch-LCD-Monitor-40000/dp/tech-data/B001QFP0X0/ref=de_a_smtd


thanks:thumbsup::thumbsup:



father murphy
Actually the above offer was for £112.69 delivered :) ... plus the Scan one came with a 1" Rechargable photoframe FOC as well :)




I don't know how you got it to £112, I added it to basket and with delivery it comes to a total of£131.05!!!! And to get the free delivery is an absolute nightmare - I tried and I am still waiting for an email to activate my account!
banned#8
Welsh Dragon
I don't know how you got it to £112, I added it to basket and with delivery it comes to a total of£131.05!!!! And to get the free delivery is an absolute nightmare - I tried and I am still waiting for an email to activate my account!


Because you didnt buy it off today only - as the original post says.....

and you hadn't activated free carriage - as per my top post ...
#9
More to it than DVI/VGA

Acer X233HB 23" Excel Series (Tesco/Amazon) £124 at Tesco Direct with TDX-HCTC (Collect from store)
Contrast Ratio 40000:1
Max Resolution 1920 x 1080

Acer V223WBbd 22" Value Series (Scan)
Contrast Ratio: 10000: 1
Max Resolution 1680x1050

Both very good buys!
#10
This is an odd size, 1680 x 1050 (16:10) whereas the Tesco/Amazon one is 1920 x 1080 (16:9) which is full HD so great if you want to watch movies on your PC.

I want one to use for PC and Xbox 360 so whilst DVI would be nice the pixel ratio on this one isn't suitable for the Xbox. Tesco's here I come!
#11
spionkop
This is an odd size, 1680 x 1050 (16:10) whereas the Tesco/Amazon one is 1920 x 1080 (16:9) which is full HD so great if you want to watch movies on your PC.

I want one to use for PC and Xbox 360 so whilst DVI would be nice the pixel ratio on this one isn't suitable for the Xbox. Tesco's here I come!


No, 1680x1050 is the standard size for a 22", the other one is the odd size as it's 16:9 rather than the usual widescreen monitor format of 16:10.

Prognog
More to it than DVI/VGA

...

Both very good buys!


Well ignore those contrast ratios, they're completely meaningless.
banned#12
Back on offer:

http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/#8

bundled with: 1" (2.4cm) Compositor PF10.003 Black (Square) holds 56 Photo's USB Rechargable / Clock
#13
spionkop
This is an odd size, 1680 x 1050 (16:10) whereas the Tesco/Amazon one is 1920 x 1080 (16:9) which is full HD so great if you want to watch movies on your PC.

I want one to use for PC and Xbox 360 so whilst DVI would be nice the pixel ratio on this one isn't suitable for the Xbox. Tesco's here I come!

No, it's normal and has been for many years with monitors around the 20 - 22" mark.
#14
EndlessWaves
No, 1680x1050 is the standard size for a 22", the other one is the odd size as it's 16:9 rather than the usual widescreen monitor format of 16:10.



Well ignore those contrast ratios, they're completely meaningless.


NO 16:9 is true original widescreen 16:10 will give you the smallest bars on top and bottom when watching 16:9 video, i don't know why they ever decided 16:10 but thankfully these days monitors are true 16:9 widescreen.
#15
its now £111.54! not on today only page!
#16
Niz
NO 16:9 is true original widescreen 16:10 will give you the smallest bars on top and bottom when watching 16:9 video, i don't know why they ever decided 16:10 but thankfully these days monitors are true 16:9 widescreen.


because a computer monitors primary function is not usually video watching.
#17
great deal . heat added
#18
Welsh Dragon
These are VGA only, they have no DVI. So it depends if you use VGA or DVI (DVI is better).
So the 22" is a better spec.

This is cheaper from DABS - http://www.dabs.com/products/acer-22--v223wbbd-5ms-dvi-lcd-tft-5JQ8.html
£113.67 delivered.


The specs say it has DVI

Input: 1 x D-Sub
1 x DVI
#19
jamesdew
because a computer monitors primary function is not usually video watching.

true but I dont think theres any argument, consumers do watch video and people want true widescreen monitors otherwise they would not be making them now. It's not like you cant use a 16:9 monitor to do everything else.
#20
Just as it's not like you can't use a non-16:9 monitor to watch 16:9 material. You just get some letterboxing.
#21
pibpob
Just as it's not like you can't use a non-16:9 monitor to watch 16:9 material. You just get some letterboxing.

yeh well if your going to use that argument you might as well stick with 4:3
#22
Niz
yeh well if your going to use that argument you might as well stick with 4:3


16:10 was made so you can view two A4 pages side by side when word processing, it is also very handy for certain types of photo editing and design work, depends how much large scale video you are actually watching, thankfully we now have a lot more choice when choosing a monitor!
#23
Niz
true but I dont think theres any argument, consumers do watch video and people want true widescreen monitors otherwise they would not be making them now. It's not like you cant use a 16:9 monitor to do everything else.


Well actually a lot of games only support a 16:10 , but then some older ones only support a 4:3 res. Some older graphics card drivers also can't do the resolution properly. Both of these issue are becoming less of a problem now though.

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