Asus 27T1E 27-inch Full HD LCD TV Monitor (DVB-T, 1080p, HDMI, MM, Black) £259.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This is part of amazon deals of the week. Thought it was a good price for a full hd tv and looks good too.


Display size: 27-inch (68.6 cm)
Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1080
Brightness: 400cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 50000:1
Response Time: 5ms
Broadcast System: DVB-T, PAL / SECAM
Speakers: 7W (RMS) x2 Stereo
Virtual Surround Sound
Video Inputs: HDMI V1.3 x2, Component, Composite, S-Video, SCART
Video Output: SCART
Audio Input: RCA R+L AV
Audio Output: RCA R+L, optical S/PDIF AV
PC Graphics Input: D-Sub & HDMI
PC Audio Input: 3.5mm mini-jack
Headphone Output: 3.5mm mini-jack
Built-in Power Supply
Max 75 Watt Operating Power
Tilt +15° to -5°
541x191x439mm Set Dimension (H xW xD)
6.2Kg
Energy Star®,CE, CB, Gost-R, WEEE, RoHS, WHQL Regulation Approvals
Black Chassis Colour
3 Year Warranty
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#1
Look decent to me. Interested to know why it's cold? Cheers.
#2
No idea why it's cold. Asus is one of the best brands for PC parts, maybe they aren't good with monitors. Looks like a good price for a 27" to me
#3
Anyone care to elaborate on the cold votes?
One thing this is missing is DVI input. But suppose you can convert to HDMI.
Seems like a new model going by Amazons date.

Anyone with personal experiences of ASUS monitors of this size? or this model?
#4
I would say that this seems like a good deal. Closest I could find is a LG model which is £279 at Dixons. I would say people are probably comparing this to some of the sub £300 32" FHD sets floating about of late.
#5
Below article and one or two others seem to suggest the monitors been out for a year or so.
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See also for overscan issues which can be resolved.
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#6
This is cheaper and it is slightly bigger.

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