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Acer V223HQ 21.5" 1920x1080 resolution £99.99 @ Ebuyer

£99.99 @ Ebuyer
other sites say this has 3 year warranty. The V223HQ is a solid 16:9 format display which brings to the home a perfect balance between best value performance and the latest full high definition techn… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
other sites say this has 3 year warranty.
The V223HQ is a solid 16:9 format display which brings to the home a perfect balance between best value performance and the latest full high definition technical features for home media and cinematic applications. Thanks to the 16:9 format cut you can view your photos or movies over a broader cinematic area for a thrilling experience. The V223HQ full high definition display supports the latest Blu-ray devices for FHD/HD true digital content with a dramatic visual impact for entertainment and multitasking. The V223HQ is a brilliant display reproducing crisp data and media over a cinematic format with the added benefits of a higher resolution performance. In addition, the aesthetically pleasing design portrays a contemporary style that easily integrates into any modern home or work environment.

Text precision and rich colour
Images are reproduced with speed and precision thanks to a adpative contrast ratio of 20'000:1 and response rates of only 5ms.

View 34% more data or media content
View 34% more data or media which has a 53% larger viewable display size then a standard 17 LCD, creating a real return on investment and excellent cost per pixel.

Acer eDisplay for advanced and easy display enhancements.
The V223HQ comes with an intuitive eDisplay system for advanced color calibration and display adjustment. Easy to navigate and adjust, also with the on screen display function so you can select the best set up for the particular work modes.

Energy saving and environmentally friendly
The professional V223HQ display consumew less energy then any standard display. Also tested and compliant according to the Energystar 4.0 standards for low power usage in on/off and sleep mode

Detailed PPI (pixel per inch)
The dazzling V223HQ hits the perfect pixel level supporting professional applications requiring high PPI content, a comfortable land ong term view.
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#2
I own one of these and it's really very nice - picture quality is excellent and I've had no problems watching movies, playing games on it, etc.

But.

Be aware that the stand it comes with is NOT height or angle adjustable - it's completely fixed in a totally ridiculous low angled position. You either need to buy a replacement compatible clamp stand to bolt to your desk or, if you're lazy like me, stack a load of old magazines or books underneath it and fine adjust the viewing angle with strategic rolled up pieces of cardboard!!

As I say though, otherwise it's a fine display :)
#3
chicaneuk, the reason the monitor sits low on the stand is for the best possible ergonomics.

Ideally one needs to be looking a little 'down' on a monitor, rather than up.

More info here:
http://www.office-ergo.com/setting.htm
http://www.healthycomputing.com/office/setup/monitor/

It may not appear natural or desirable at first, but it's the best position to minimise problems that may arise due to improper positioning. Of course, one is free to do whatever they feel suits him/her best.

Also, it may be worth noting that very few monitors these days are height-adjustable, with only a handful of the more expensive/premium ones having all the adjustable features of tilt, swivel, pivot & height.
#4
I think chicaneuk has a good point here, sitting low on the desk is one thing, i remember discussing the ergonomics of that when training as a physio but it should at least be adjustable for angle. I feel this is critical if you are looking to buy a decent definition monitor.
#5
i'm having one of them... great 2nd monitor whilst i save my pennies for a 30" jobby
#6
I'm just having a look at the specs of this monitor (I don't believe it has DVI) but it says "Optional digital (DVI) Internal Power supply". What's this?
#7
onlinerob
I'm just having a look at the specs of this monitor (I don't believe it has DVI) but it says "Optional digital (DVI) Internal Power supply". What's this?


its vga, no dvi. "Acer V223HQ 21.5" TFT Monitor 1920x1080 10000:1 (dynamic) 5ms VGA Black" I think with Acer they ship monitor model with vga and dvi, the dvi versions are obviously more expensive than their vga counterparts.
#8
THe two links seem to contradict each other on monitor height and both agree the monitor should be tilted with the top slightly away from the user - tricky with no tilt adjustment?

Crossbow
chicaneuk, the reason the monitor sits low on the stand is for the best possible ergonomics.

Ideally one needs to be looking a little 'down' on a monitor, rather than up.

More info here:
http://www.office-ergo.com/setting.htm
http://www.healthycomputing.com/office/setup/monitor/

It may not appear natural or desirable at first, but it's the best position to minimise problems that may arise due to improper positioning. Of course, one is free to do whatever they feel suits him/her best.

Also, it may be worth noting that very few monitors these days are height-adjustable, with only a handful of the more expensive/premium ones having all the adjustable features of tilt, swivel, pivot & height.
#9
Crossbow;6145195
Ideally one needs to be looking a little 'down' on a monitor, rather than up.
Specifically, our Display Screen Equipment guidelines at work say that your eyes should be about level with the top of the monitor.

Pity it has no adjustment at all. I'm looking out for a nice price on one you can rotate 90 degrees into portrait mode.
#10
It's rare to find a TFT monitor that doesn't have tilt at the very least - from the official specs:

Tilt / Swivel / Pivot / Height Adjustment...........Tilt: -5°/15°
banned#11
I am after a larger sized monitor to my Dell 21" (outer corner to outer corner). Something perhaps like a 25".

See this (link)
HANNS-G HH251H 25" LCD Wide TFT 1920x1080 1 x VGA 2 x HDMI Full HD from Ebuyer but is £186.99. Any ideas on deals? :thinking:

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0169637_C0000012_P0000000.jpg
#12
Investments
I am after a larger sized monitor to my Dell 21" (outer corner to outer corner). Something perhaps like a 25".

See this (link)
HANNS-G HH251H 25" LCD Wide TFT 1920x1080 1 x VGA 2 x HDMI Full HD from Ebuyer but is £186.99. Any ideas on deals? :thinking:

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0169637_C0000012_P0000000.jpg


24" hdmi asus £178.46 http://www.dabs.com/products/asus-24--wide-5ms-dvi-black-5HVQ.html do you guys think i should sbumit that? there have been cheaper 24" monitor from Benq sold by oyyy.
#13
got mine, it tilts.

however the screen isnt very bright compared to others, next to my main monitor it looks very dim

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