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Acer AL2216W 22" Monitor Silver 700:1 300 cd/m2 1680x1050 5ms £154.98 Delivered!

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The price of this Acer AL2216W 22" Monitor is now down to just £159.99 including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon... * Display Size 22" Widescreen * 1680 x 1050 Resolution * 300 cd/m2 Brightn…
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The price of this Acer AL2216W 22" Monitor is now down to just £159.99 including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon...

* Display Size 22" Widescreen
* 1680 x 1050 Resolution
* 300 cd/m2 Brightness
* 700:1 Contrast Ratio
* VGA Input
* 170(H), 160(V) viewing angles
* 5ms Response Rate
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#1
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[COLOR=DarkRed]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]
The Acer AL2216W is the essence of versatile productivity, bringing to the professional office and media world the perfect combination of high definition performance within a slim design Format for the ultimate viewing experience. The AL2216W combines the latest Widescreen Panel technology, efficient lean design with full consideration of high Display Performance per pixel, this is an irresistible opportunity to join the widescreen trend for PC Displays.Visualize brilliant Video Streams without quality loss thanks to the rapid response time, the superior contrast ratio and brilliant color with crisp results for media and data applications. Supporting a modern aspect ratio of 16: 10, professional office users and media lovers can view multiple applications simultaneously on-screen for perfect efficiency, the AL2216W also supports the Windows Vista browsing features and toolbars for enhanced user experience and productivity. To support this intensive usage the AL2216W is complemented by the excellent wide viewing angle of 170 and optimal pixel per inch of 90.2 (PPI) for best Display Ergonomics in professional and homework environments.The AL2216W provides the ideal technical features required for multi-tasking and image precision, the intelligent 22" widescreen display also supports the latest operation systems, which require high definition pixel per inch for specialized professional applications. The AL2216W is truly a cost-effective solution driving versatile performance for media lovers and professional business environments.
#2
veridct from trustedreviews fyi:

"The concern with the AL2216W is that the design and picture quality clearly hint at a product being designed to hit a price point. Design is uninspiring, connectivity is poor (no HDCP) and picture quality is just ok. This monitor truly shows that colour vibrancy and contrast ratio are a lot more important for enjoying images than just a low response time.

If you’re in the market for a 22in screen I could only recommend looking at spending more on the IIyama or Viewsonic. Of course, if you truly value quality and connectivity over size you’ll look at something like the Samsung 215TW, assuming you've got the budget."
#3
Not so great as it hasn't got DVI input. A real essential in my opinion if you are looking for a monitor of this size. When you are spending in this range I would personally downsize or spend a bit more and look for one with DVI. Without looking and I may have to stand corrected, there are 20.1" widescreens out there from Samsung (great quality) with DVI for around the same mark. Voted warm for this reason.
#4
I've got one - I use it as a TV, Freeview box into a PC TV card viewed with Dscaler - excellent.
As a PC monitor it's also excellent, beautifully sharp.
I'm very pleased with it.
#5
looks good. im looking into getting a new monitor ... wont buy just yet though ... lack of DVI doesnt bother me - just get a converter ...
#6
No mention of spekers etc.
Are there any?
#7
SIMPLY-ME
No mention of spekers etc.
Are there any?


I doubt it and it definitely doesn't look it from the pics. Most monitors don't these days and while some still do it's less and less common. By not featuring the speakers it allows them to make the surround smaller, more attractive and also cuts costs down. Makes sense considering most people use an pair of speakers anyway so they're paying a little extra for something they're not using. Even a £20 pair of desktop speakers will sound better than built-in speakers simply due to the dimensions of the speakers.

I see your want for them though, saves a lot of deskspace but I wouldn't let it choose my choice of monitor - you'll be restricting your choices greatly.
#8
Getting a convertor is fine, but you'll never be able to use it for HD of any kind, which is a shame and a waste really of a 22" screen, especially if you've gone and spent a few quid on a new HD ready graphics card, which can do high resolutions in supersmooth-spanglyvision™
#9
hi rayman, nice find!
#10
PoisonJam
I doubt it and it definitely doesn't look it from the pics. Most monitors don't these days and while some still do it's less and less common. By not featuring the speakers it allows them to make the surround smaller, more attractive and also cuts costs down. Makes sense considering most people use an pair of speakers anyway so they're paying a little extra for something they're not using. Even a £20 pair of desktop speakers will sound better than built-in speakers simply due to the dimensions of the speakers.

I see your want for them though, saves a lot of deskspace but I wouldn't let it choose my choice of monitor - you'll be restricting your choices greatly.


I have to agree with this but it is worth mentioning the dell soundbars are a good way of saving space, while retaining a reasonable sound quality. Good compromise considering the deals that come up for Dell on here.
#11
It's also worth considering the Emprex 22" Monitor for £149 delivered detailed in this thread too :

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=81589
#12
Which one would you recommend Acer or Empres??
Thanks
#13
i recommend the dell 20'1 ultrasharp 2007WFP!!!
suspended#14
click the 22" monitor tag and u'll see an LG with better specs than this
(3000:1, 2ms,...) For £190 if you can afford it, that would be a MUCH better choice. Still a reasonsable find though, I won't be voting.
#16
Sorry to sound naive but are these computer monitors also TV's?

If yes, do they have in built speakers and have Scart connectors as I'm looking for a all in one type for the bedroom?

Not too concerned with HD as I don't have it.... but want to connect a cable (NTL) box and computer.
#17
sootyvrs
Sorry to sound naive but are these computer monitors also TV's?

If yes, do they have in built speakers and have Scart connectors as I'm looking for a all in one type for the bedroom?

Not too concerned with HD as I don't have it.... but want to connect a cable (NTL) box and computer.


No and no. :)

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