BenQ G2420HDBL, 24", 1920 x 1080, Widescreen LED Backlit Monitor - £159.18 @ Okobe - HotUKDeals
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The BenQ G2420HDBL, featuring the revolutionary LED backlight technology, is a Full HD 16:9 LED monitor built with a 24" large screen.

The ultimate Full HD visual enjoyment that's tailored to complement your personal lifestyle and is made to fit your room and your budget perfectly.

So, indulge yourself in the world of Full HD digital entertainment with LED monitor.
Technical Overview

Brand:
BenQ
Product Title:
G2420HDBL, 24", 1920 x 1080, Widescreen LCD Monitor- Glossy Black
Manufacturer Code:
9H.L3XLB.QBE
Product Model:
G2420HDBL
Product Type:
LCD Monitor
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#1
Tempting!
#2
Good price - but does anyone know how the screen compares to the one on my Macbook Pro. I am considering a monitor and have a dual screen setup, but do not want a screen that is worse that what I am used too.

Only going to be used for internet, word and iMovie really. Oh and Portal!
#3
Wicked666
Good price - but does anyone know how the screen compares to the one on my Macbook Pro. I am considering a monitor and have a dual screen setup, but do not want a screen that is worse that what I am used too.

Only going to be used for internet, word and iMovie really. Oh and Portal!


A lot more expensive but if you are used to the quality of screen on your Macbook Pro then I'd go with the HP ZR24W which is an IPS monitor and fantastic quality. I've had it now for around 2 months and I absolutely love it.
#4
I've got one of these and i'm looking for reviews. Nice though.
#5
no hdmi?
#6
mamboboy
you can see it's quite bright and colourful:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN-VGFV4G4wHowever I do notice a blue hint to it, but I'm sure that can be adjusted in the settings :)

you do realise that there's an inherent problem with trying to judge the quality of a display by watching a video of that display on your display.
#7
Would of bought but no hdmi
#8
Been this price for ages! :p
#9
You can get a non-LED model, but with HDMI (more important IMO) for £137 on the same website :)
#10
SaltyCDogg
mamboboy
you can see it's quite bright and colourful:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN-VGFV4G4wHowever I do notice a blue hint to it, but I'm sure that can be adjusted in the settings :)


you do realise that there's an inherent problem with trying to judge the quality of a display by watching a video of that display on your display.


Fantastic response (_;)

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