AOC I2476VWM LED IPS 1920x1080 VGA HDMIx2 DP VESA Tilt 23.6" Monitor (I2476VWM) FREE delivery £99 @ Debenhams plus - HotUKDeals
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AOC I2476VWM LED IPS 1920x1080 VGA HDMIx2 DP VESA Tilt 23.6" Monitor (I2476VWM) FREE delivery £99.00 @ Debenhams plus

£99.00 @ Debenhams Plus
Great price for a relatively large IPS monitor with HDMI.
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Great price for a relatively large IPS monitor with HDMI.
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1 Like #2
very good, most pleased with my AOC IPS monitors.
#4
#5
Got an offer of £89.06 for the monitor in this post from Flubit. Will wait & see what they come up with for the one in post #3.
#6
Got a flubit offer of £118.63 for this one
#7
some cool prices, bro

I'm 27" myself these days :)
1 Like #8
£91 at laptopsdirect
#9
linhang90
£91 at laptopsdirect


£92 at Ebuyer.com
suspended#10
This is old monitor. This has 5ms response rate. New monitors in ebuyer and amazon have only 1ms response rate
3 Likes #11
sam_of_london
This is old monitor. This has 5ms response rate. New monitors in ebuyer and amazon have only 1ms response rate


​Not quite - 5ms is pretty typical for an IPS screen, only TN panels will have 1 or 2ms response times, but then you're getting worse colour accuracy and viewing angles
#12
No flicker free :(
2 Likes #13
I have a dead pixel on my AOC which was purchased for £300. They do not replace panels with anything under 5 pixels, just a little heads up.
#15
linhang90
No flicker free :(
It won't suffer from flicker, pretty much all LCD/LED screens are flicker free at 60Hz refresh rate is fine for an LCD monitor, they don't suffer from flicker like old CRT monitors did at 60Hz
#16
joedb
I have a dead pixel on my AOC which was purchased for £300. They do not replace panels with anything under 5 pixels, just a little heads up.
Unfortunately that's quite common with all LCD manufacturers, if it's a problem you have a 3 year guarantee with AOC so your monitor might have to suffer another 'fault' to get it swapped out (but you'll probably get a refurbished replacement so could still get pixel fault on the replacement)

Have you tried any of the pixel fixing methods? - gently rubbing the screen (very gently!) or running a pixel unblocker program (unlikely to cure but worth a try)

Edited By: spannerzone on Aug 27, 2016 10:49
#17
spannerzone
joedb
I have a dead pixel on my AOC which was purchased for £300. They do not replace panels with anything under 5 pixels, just a little heads up.
Unfortunately that's quite common with all LCD manufacturers, if it's a problem you have a 3 year guarantee with AOC so your monitor might have to suffer another 'fault' to get it swapped out (but you'll probably get a refurbished replacement so could still get pixel fault on the replacement)
Have you tried any of the pixel fixing methods? - gently rubbing the screen (very gently!) or running a pixel unblocker program (unlikely to cure but worth a try)

I see, yeah I was secretly hoping it had another fault so i could do the RMA. It's new so it's still a bit a distraction. Have tried what u mentioned with also running the programme over an hour with no luck!.. cheers
#18
dwl99
Got an offer of £89.06 for the monitor in this post from Flubit. Will wait & see what they come up with for the one in post #3.


Whats the returns policy like if purchased through flubit??
#19
linhang90
dwl99
Got an offer of £89.06 for the monitor in this post from Flubit. Will wait & see what they come up with for the one in post #3.
Whats the returns policy like if purchased through flubit??
I've had to return a couple of items to flubit and it was a painless experience
1 Like #20
joedb
spannerzone
joedb
I have a dead pixel on my AOC which was purchased for £300. They do not replace panels with anything under 5 pixels, just a little heads up.
Unfortunately that's quite common with all LCD manufacturers, if it's a problem you have a 3 year guarantee with AOC so your monitor might have to suffer another 'fault' to get it swapped out (but you'll probably get a refurbished replacement so could still get pixel fault on the replacement)
Have you tried any of the pixel fixing methods? - gently rubbing the screen (very gently!) or running a pixel unblocker program (unlikely to cure but worth a try)
I see, yeah I was secretly hoping it had another fault so i could do the RMA. It's new so it's still a bit a distraction. Have tried what u mentioned with also running the programme over an hour with no luck!.. cheers
Perhaps the retailer has a 30 day return policy or something like that?
Otherwise it might have to have a very intermittent 'fault' where it goes dead but as it's so totally random it might not always do it if you get my drift. wink wink.
#21
linhang90
No flicker free :(

occasionally seen the same problem on hukd

not flicker free
#22
luvsadealdealdeal
some cool prices, bro

I'm 27" myself these days :)


I'm running dual 21's which is ideal for my sql stuff etc! Philips 227E6EDSD got em for £80 each a couple of months ago, lovely IPS panel!
#23


Prices fluctuate on Amazon should come back down tho

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