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Previous cheapest was at CCL for 86.99 - bit of a steal for a Full HD screen, although it does not have HDMI.
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clayts#1
Full spec :
Screen Type: Wide LED-backlight 16.7 Million Colours
Monitor: 21.5" viewable screen size
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
HD Support: Yes
Resolution (Native): 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080p)
Brightness: 250cd/m2
View Angle: 176° (Horizontal - Max) x 170° (Vertical - Max)
Contrast Ratio: 100,000,000:1 (Dynamic)
Response Time: 5ms
Graphic Mode: 60Hz
Interfaces/Ports: VGA, DVI (with HDCP)
Certifications: TÜV GS, CE, ISO9241-307
Power Consumption: 21.2W (Max)
Power Management Features: Energy Star
Form Factor: LCD Monitor
Display Type: LCD Display
Case Colour: Black
Wall Mount: Yes, VESA Compliant 100mm x 100mm
Dimensions (WxDxH): 505 x 145 x 371 mm
Weight: 2.80 Kg
brookheather#2
I have the similar Acer S221HQLbd monitor which I bought for this price 6 months ago - not a great monitor to be honest - picture quality is at the budget end.
mk-donald#3
Nothing inherently wrong with "only" a DVI with HDCP interface. Logically it is the same fully digital signal as HDMI, just missing the (irrelevant, integrated) audio signals. Many older graphics cards will be DVI anyway ie cable = straightforward, otherwise HDMI-DVI cable = readily/cheaply obtained.
MKD

PS: Realised some people like monitors with both DVI AND HDMI interfaces on them so that can have BOTH a PC and another device (eg game console) wired up permanently for max convenience :)

Edited By: mk-donald on Nov 20, 2011 16:10: DVI and HDMI
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brookheather
I have the similar Acer S221HQLbd monitor which I bought for this price 6 months ago - not a great monitor to be honest - picture quality is at the budget end.

Not surprising really as budget price usually equals budget quality.
aberfal#5
Its £80 for a 22inch monitor and the saddos are moaning it aint got this and aint got that
Gluggy#6
I've got my PC and the xbox connected to it, and it's not a bad monitor.

If anyone works out how to connect a SkyHD+ box to it though, that would be most appreciative. Works with a normal SkyHD box but not a plus box.You get the Sky logo when it starts up and then the monitor moans about the input not being supported. It's a tad annoying and I don't really want to go out and buy another tv or monitor.
MrPuddington#7
aberfal
Its £80 for a 22inch monitor and the saddos are moaning it aint got this and aint got that
I can see what you mean. But we had better offers (23" for 75 pounds). I have also bought monitors on a budget that may have been light on features, but of remarkable build and picture quality. (Other times you sink a lot of money on a distinctly sub-par product...)

I for one would compromise on features, but not on quality.
grimster#8
Ordered - Thanks a lot!
greenblob#9
I've got one of these (I bought mine a few days ago with the previous deal mentioned for £6 more :|) and I can honestly say it's brilliant. I, personally, am very happy with the monitor in general, and have no problems at all with the picture quality. I use this through VGA from my PC in 1080p, and it's excellent for playing games and browsing; and I use a DVI-D to HDMI cable to plug this into my Xbox 360 for some 1080p gaming, and once again, it doesn't let me down; the frame rate and response time are much better than that of a higher-end LCD TV in my opinion.

This is well worth buying
SeanUSX#10
Not as good at the 23" Packard Bell that was on here for £74.99 a month ago with slightly better spec, but this is still the best around now!
iom_csl#11
SeanUSX
Not as good at the 23" Packard Bell that was on here for £74.99 a month ago with slightly better spec, but this is still the best around now!


Can you explain why this isn't as good as the Packard Bell? is it just the £5 difference?

Sorry for the novice question just not really that clued up on monitors

thanks,
ordnas#12
Just got one of these for the other room and it's a great value for money, but nothing special overall.
clayts#13
Blimey that was quick - mine has turned up and I'm using it now - very nice. A huge step up from a cranky old 17 inch CRT !
gersnet2#14
advertised as 'Wall Mount: Yes, VESA Compliant 100mm x 100mm'

but clearly isn't vesa compliant.

will now probably need to return, because of their false description.

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