AOC 2236SWA 22" Widescreen PC Monitor £89.99 delivered ebay (Currys/pc world) - HotUKDeals
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ebay deal of the day - currys/pcworld ebay outlet

- new & sealed, not refurbished
- 12 month warranty
- £99.99 on DSG sites.

specs:

* Viewable Screen Size: 21.5 inches
* Screen Ratio: 16:9
* Pixel pitch: 0.248*0.248
* Response time: 5 ms
* Contrast Ratio: 60000:1 (DCR)
* Viewing angle: 170 degree (H) / 160 degree (V)
* Recommended resolution: 1920*1080 @60Hz
* Maximum Monitor Resolution: 1920*1080 @60Hz
* Plug & Play: Yes
* Connections: VGA
* Built-in speakers: Yes
* Security features: Kensington Lock Ready
* Wall Mountable: Yes
* Wall mount bracket included: No
* Power Consumption: 49 watts
* Weight: 4.35 (Net); 5.8 (Gross) kg
* Height: 424.47 mm
* Width: 582.14 mm
* Depth: 65.87 mm
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#1
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1 Like #2
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.
2 Likes #3
Isnt this one a better brand and design?

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/hp-2210i-22-widescreen-lcd-monitor-04277881-pdt.html

Just a suggestion for extra £10?
#4
MrJinxy
Isnt this one a better brand and design?


http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/hp-2210i-22-widescreen-lcd-monitor-04277881-pdt.html


Just a suggestion for extra £10?


And it has DVI too, worth the extra for that
#5
But the HP screen is smaller, much lower resolution, and refurbished.
CrazyBob
MrJinxy
Isnt this one a better brand and design?


http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/hp-2210i-22-widescreen-lcd-monitor-04277881-pdt.html


Just a suggestion for extra £10?


And it has DVI too, worth the extra for that


But the HP screen is smaller, has much lower resolution, and is refurbished.
1 Like #6
martinelsen
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.


That's b******s - use a DVI to VGA adapter and you will have a fantastic image, incomparable to a HD signal over scart. Jeez...the comments on this site... :|


Edited By: Lupeto on Feb 09, 2011 11:24
#7
Fantastic price for a 22" monitor. Thanks OP - just bought one.
#8
Good price for a basic Full HD 22" monitor.

lol at the scart comment, so untrue.
#9
Lupeto
martinelsen
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.
That's b******s - use a DVI to VGA adapter and you will have a fantastic image, incomparable to a HD signal over scart. Jeez...the comments on this site... :|


Well said.
#10
I personally found an analogue signal on one particular LCD monitor to be quite fuzzy and the use of a DVI input (it would accept either) solved the problem. However, this may differ between monitors (and I have a 720p projector connected via VGA and the quality is not materially worse than a digital input).
#11
HDCP?
#12
Very good price, all comments apart, for the size and spec hard to beat.

Edited By: Garythebloke on Feb 09, 2011 13:21
#13
unknown-singh
HDCP?

How would that work without a digital connection?

In brief, no!

Edited By: dean_brfc on Feb 09, 2011 13:29
#14
Lupeto
martinelsen
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.


That's b******s - use a DVI to VGA adapter and you will have a fantastic image, incomparable to a HD signal over scart. Jeez...the comments on this site... :|



Got that right, some people on this site are so misinformed its painful.
1 Like #15
martinelsen
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.


Well no, it's not, it's akin to watching HD via component.... which is actually fantastic!
#16
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE
#17
DRAC
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE


What?
#18
DRAC
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE


R.A.O.T.F.L.M.A.O.
#19
Horrorwood
DRAC
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE


What?


PMSL X)
banned 1 Like #20
DRAC
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE


LOL

Be sure to complain if you cannot get the freeview to work............
#21
This is a really impressive monitor, I bought this out of neccesity last month from the Currys store for £110 and expected AOC to be some cheap imported carp but it wasnt, the screen is crisp @1920x1080 and looks super sweet with the glossy surround. Thinking of getting another to duel screen them.
1 Like #22
WurSeL
This is a really impressive monitor, I bought this out of neccesity last month from the Currys store for £110 and expected AOC to be some cheap imported carp but it wasnt, the screen is crisp @1920x1080 and looks super sweet with the glossy surround. Thinking of getting another to duel screen them.


Pistols at dawn?:)
#23
DRAC
KEEP THE REMOTE HANDY, AS IT IS NOT COMPATABLE TO MATCH INTO YOUR SKY REMOTE


Can you share more of your knowledge and tell me how I make it multi region? ;)
#24
I sold a nearly new Acer monitor the same spec as this for £50 last week, didn't realise they were still so expensive to buy new.


-Kev
#25
Kev`
I sold a nearly new Acer monitor the same spec as this for £50 last week, didn't realise they were still so expensive to buy new.


-Kev


I sold a 4 year-old 19" Acer for £50 a couple of months ago...you're doing something wrong, mush (_;)
#26
martinelsen
No digital input which is a real shame.... often wonder why manufacturers bother with hi spec displays without dvi/hdmi. It's akin to watching HD via scart.


It's for tax reasons. Although the EU have talked about changing it, I believe the situation is still that the import taxes for screens with a digital connection are higher than for screens without (they are classed differently).
#27
yh same thought as quite a few peeps do dvi or hdmi but still as nice monitor or those wh0 dont require these inputs,nice spot
#28
I'd be wary of AOC monitors - my last office bought about 10 of them for the print designers.

2 broke within about a week (big dead pixel patches) and the rest were roundly rejected for having poor colour.
#29
I refuse to become the next Loughborough Guy.
#30
andyken
WurSeL
This is a really impressive monitor, I bought this out of neccesity last month from the Currys store for £110 and expected AOC to be some cheap imported carp but it wasnt, the screen is crisp @1920x1080 and looks super sweet with the glossy surround. Thinking of getting another to duel screen them.


Pistols at dawn?:)

Yee Haaaw, the AOC Digital Pistols were a good choice!

/Dual
#31
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