AOC E943Fws LED Ultra Thin 18.5" LED Monitor - £59.99 Delivered @ eBay Currys/PC World Outlet - HotUKDeals
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AOC E943Fws LED Ultra Thin 18.5" LED Monitor - £59.99 Delivered @ eBay Currys/PC World Outlet

£59.99 @ eBay
Might not be the biggest of monitors but decent enough size for most and an excellent price for recent technology, very very thin!!!! 55 left at time of posting, I shouldn't imagine these will la… Read More
bobking Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Might not be the biggest of monitors but decent enough size for most and an excellent price for recent technology, very very thin!!!!

55 left at time of posting, I shouldn't imagine these will last long!!!

Its £95 at PC World and £75 in store at Currys.

Key Features
16:9 Screen ratio
1366 x 768 @60hz resolution
50,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio
5 ms Response time
250 cd/m2 Brightness
VGA Connections
182 mm Depth
Wall Mountable
Specifications
TV connections: No
Viewable Screen Size: 18.5 inches
Monitor Tube Size: 18.5 inches
Screen Ratio: 16:9
Type of Display: LED
Pixel pitch: 0.3x0.3
Dot Pitch: mm
Response time: 5 ms
Brightness: 250 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 50000000:1
Viewing angle: 170 degrees horizontal, 160 degrees vertical
Recommended resolution: 1366x768 @60hz
Maximum Monitor Resolution: 1366x768 @60hz
Plug & Play: Yes
Connections: VGA in
Built-in speakers: No
Security features: Kensington lock at rear
Wall Mountable: Yes
Wall mount bracket included: No
Power Consumption: 18 watts
Weight: 3 kg
Height: 350 mm
Width: 447 mm
Depth: 182 mm
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#1
Cracking price. I have looked at this a couple of times but the one thing that puts me off is that it is VGA only, not DVI.

Heat added for the price drop though.

iecuk
4 Likes #2
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.
#3
Was selling very well at £69.99 on Tuesday, and yet they've knocked ANOTHER £10 off! Very strange oO
#4
iecuk
Cracking price. I have looked at this a couple of times but the one thing that puts me off is that it is VGA only, not DVI.

Heat added for the price drop though.

iecuk


Yes. not very recent technology :)
if its LED the it would be nice to add a digital input too
#5
Shame not full hd but for the price voting hot
#6
Thanks - Ordered and voted hot.
#7
Resolution a bit low IMO, just 1366 x 768.

I thought screens this size used to be 1440 x 900?
#8
would this work with my laptop as my screen is broken?
#9
oye81
would this work with my laptop as my screen is broken?

yes,
why are there so many good deals atm. my bank account is dying.
#10
J400uk
Resolution a bit low IMO, just 1366 x 768.

I thought screens this size used to be 1440 x 900?

That's for a 16:10 ratio screen, which is much more useful as a monitor for general computer use. Most now are 16:9 which is better for watching DVDs and TV. Unfortunately it suits the manufacturers to make 16:9, so that's what most are these days.
#11
Excellent price...The difference between VGA and DVI in quality is nothing at that resolution so not worth worrying about

Given the price, Hot
#12
Actually, I would argue you could have a look at, http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-n2041s-widescreen-lcd-black-usb-hub-20w-power-1600x900-5ms-75-02-scan-today/917388

1600x900 resolution for £75.
#13
can i used in this as a wall-mount display?
#14
good price. I have 18.5" and my gf says its big enough for her.
#15
wordsworth
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.

Absolutely - 768 pixels are just not enough for any real work, and they are annoying even for web browsing.
#16
wordsworth
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.


J400uk
Resolution a bit low IMO, just 1366 x 768.

I thought screens this size used to be 1440 x 900?


MrPuddington
wordsworth
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.

Absolutely - 768 pixels are just not enough for any real work, and they are annoying even for web browsing.


You people do make me laugh - this is a post for a delivered LED monitor for under £60. Why all the comparisons to more expensive products with different specifications - constructive criticism is all well and good when it is actually constructive.

I have two monitors on my desktop, one 24" and one 19" and whilst the 24" is a higher resolution you can't see any difference for everyday use. The laptop I am on now HP DV6 is set at 1366x768 and looks pretty damn good.

The last comment quoted above is complete nonsense - I am hoping it was written with sarcasm but fear not.
#17
bobking
wordsworth
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.


J400uk
Resolution a bit low IMO, just 1366 x 768.

I thought screens this size used to be 1440 x 900?


MrPuddington
wordsworth
looks great except vga and only 1366 x 768 @60hz resolution, personally I think better to pay more and get dvi and full HD res.

Absolutely - 768 pixels are just not enough for any real work, and they are annoying even for web browsing.


You people do make me laugh - this is a post for a delivered LED monitor for under £60. Why all the comparisons to more expensive products with different specifications - constructive criticism is all well and good when it is actually constructive.

I have two monitors on my desktop, one 24" and one 19" and whilst the 24" is a higher resolution you can't see any difference for everyday use. The laptop I am on now HP DV6 is set at 1366x768 and looks pretty damn good.

The last comment quoted above is complete nonsense - I am hoping it was written with sarcasm but fear not.


There is an advantage in having 1440x900 over 1366x768 and this could be very useful information for any potential buyer.

My 5 year old 19" lcd cost around £100 and It has 1440x900 and DVI.

1366x768 is fine for a lot of people but for what I use my PC, even 1440x900 is too low.

IMO I don't think LED adds that much value. It does mean brighter images and lower power consumption but even my old CCFL backlight LCD needs turning way down!

This is an excellent deal but I definitely think It is useful to discuss the advantages/disadvantages of this monitor. Yes, It is only £60 but I would hate to be stuck with this monitor for years when for £40-£60 more I could get a full hd 22-23" led monitor with digital inputs...

Edited By: derrycityboy on Apr 21, 2011 19:46
3 Likes #18
austinc
good price. I have 4.5" and my brother says its big enough for him.

just edited it to the truth for you.
#19
dadazuzu
can i used in this as a wall-mount display?

It does say wall mountable above
#20
Just bought one for dual display ! Bargain.
#21
I have one of these.

Its okay.

It looks good as it is ultra slim.

The prices are very cheap.But so is the build quality.
The screen surround can almost be prised off.

Also a big let down is the stand. Although the monitor is slim. The adjustments mean that you can't actually put it flat against a wall of example. So it takes up a bit of deskspace when it shouldn't be rights.

Overall i dont think you can moan for the money. If you want a really good monitor then you'll have to pay double/treble.

Edited By: cityslicker on Apr 21, 2011 22:54
#22
MIDURIX
austinc
good price. I have 4.5" and my brother says its big enough for him.
just edited it to the truth for you.
HAHAHAHA!!! best comment i've seen on here ever! i loved that so much
#23
it says that Depth: 182 mm, that is NOT slim, is it?
#24
dadazuzu
it says that Depth: 182 mm, that is NOT slim, is it?

182mm isn't slim at all, I'm guessing that includes the base stand, so total depth from front-most point to rear-most point.

and wow, still 1 left, it's like it's calling for me... But no, I'm waiting for a 3D screen, I'll wait...

(and they just updated the listing as I was typing this, there's now over 10 availble)

Edited By: hero9989 on Apr 22, 2011 11:21
#25
MIDURIX
austinc
good price. I have 4.5" and my brother says its big enough for him.

just edited it to the truth for you.


haha i was asking for that :D

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