BenQ GL2450HM LED TN 24 inch Widescreen Multimedia Monitor (1920 x 1080, 2 ms GTG, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, Speakers) - Glossy Black was £132.18 now £99.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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BenQ GL2450HM LED TN 24 inch Widescreen Multimedia Monitor (1920 x 1080, 2 ms GTG, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, Speakers) - Glossy Black was £132.18 now £99.99 @ Amazon

£99.99 @ Amazon
Main Features - 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution - Lightning 2ms Response Time - 250cd/m2 Brightness - Built-in Speakers - VESA Mount Support - Inputs: DVI and HDMI Read More
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Main Features
- 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
- Lightning 2ms Response Time
- 250cd/m2 Brightness
- Built-in Speakers
- VESA Mount Support
- Inputs: DVI and HDMI

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2 Likes #1
http://i64.tinypic.com/2eozdxh.jpg

CCL have is an "Open box item" for £100.32

Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 04, 2016 08:50
2 Likes #2
I have this monitor really good. Using with PS4 can't fault it
#3
RY4N75
I have this monitor really good. Using with PS4 can't fault it
:)
3 Likes #4
Nice find vassy, heat :)
3 Likes #5
sradmad
Nice find vassy, heat :)
Thanks buddy :)
4 Likes #6
Cheers vassy...

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/012012/reverse-1338483548_kid_reacts_to_tv.gif

Heat added :D
2 Likes #7
Looks like a solid display at that price, cheers Vas :)
1 Like #8
Great monitor, great price! I have the exact model and I have been using it as my main display for my PC and PS4 gaming. Recommended!
1 Like #9
I have the 22 inch version of this and can confirm it is great. Mine overclocked up to 80Hz.
1 Like #10
Had this monitor delivered yesterday. Lovely crisp display, great size as well especially for gaming! Only down side is the speakers are what you would expect from a monitor, so you will probably need external speakers unless of course like me you use a headset for all sound. Overall, a great purchase at a great price.
#11
Cold
1 Like #12
machomansavage
Cold
Good night :)
#13
No displayport. Only old hdmi 1.3 or hdmi 1.4
1 Like #14
sam_of_london
No displayport. Only old hdmi 1.3 or hdmi 1.4

There's an awful lot of people that don't have display port and precisely what feature do you think you will be missing from the hdmi specification?

Had this monitor and other BenQ's for years.
2 Likes #15
Vassy the legendary deal provider! HOT
1 Like #16
Nice Find.. Good affordable screen for gaming.
#17
mcormack
Vassy the legendary deal provider! HOT
Thanks :) Encouraging :p
1 Like #18
Very nice 1080p monitor, its a shame they didn't put their 1440p one back down to £200
#19
Hi, Would you suggest jumping on this, I want a 1080p monitor or do you suspect there will be better deals? thanks
#20
Solidfunk
Hi, Would you suggest jumping on this, I want a 1080p monitor or do you suspect there will be better deals? thanks
Would you suggest this? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BDBWE0Y?psc=1

Thanks
1 Like #21
It's been £99 for a week now. Great price for a great monitor.
1 Like #22
I'm looking for a monitor for office work. Not needing for gaming. I take it IPS is a big plus rather then a very low ms count?

Is it better to go for this non IPS 24" for £100?

Or 23" IPS for £95 (was £85 before):
http://www.box.co.uk/Acer_G237HL_23_IPS_Full_HD_LCD_HDMI_Mo_1955213.html

Or wait for 24" IPS for when it's on offer for £100 again like:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24xw-ips-monitor-full-hd-23-8-99-95-john-lewis-2-year-guarantee-2559601
or
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24-monitor-ips-full-hd-99-99-pcworld-2558245
1 Like #23
used to have this monitor and was happy with it

as already mentioned no display port
2 Likes #24
Good monitors possibly able to overlook to 75hz (at your own risk!). Got three (thanks to my wife for the presents ;-) ) running in eyefinity. can't fault them especially at this price.
#25
vassy4u
http://i64.tinypic.com/2eozdxh.jpg
CCL have is an "Open box item" for £100.32

what website is this?
#26
mubashar
I'm looking for a monitor for office work. Not needing for gaming. I take it IPS is a big plus rather then a very low ms count?
Is it better to go for this non IPS 24" for £100?
Or 23" IPS for £95 (was £85 before):http://www.box.co.uk/Acer_G237HL_23_IPS_Full_HD_LCD_HDMI_Mo_1955213.html
Or wait for 24" IPS for when it's on offer for £100 again like:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24xw-ips-monitor-full-hd-23-8-99-95-john-lewis-2-year-guarantee-2559601
orhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24-monitor-ips-full-hd-99-99-pcworld-2558245

I'd be interested in views here also.
#27
soul0merk
vassy4u
http://i64.tinypic.com/2eozdxh.jpg
CCL have is an "Open box item" for £100.32
what website is this?
i would also like to knpw
#28
soul0merk
vassy4u
http://i64.tinypic.com/2eozdxh.jpg
CCL have is an "Open box item" for £100.32
what website is this?

iwednesday
soul0merk
vassy4u
http://i64.tinypic.com/2eozdxh.jpg
CCL have is an "Open box item" for £100.32
what website is this?
i would also like to knpw
its pricespy
#29
So what's the real benefit between this model GL2450HM or GL2560HM model?
1 Like #30
Nearly a hundred notes for a TN display with bezels wide enough to land a small plane.

http://i.imgur.com/RERnH.gif
#31
Why is this good for gaming compared to the HP 24XW IPS one?
#32
Optimus_Toaster
Nearly a hundred notes for a TN display with bezels wide enough to land a small plane.http://i.imgur.com/RERnH.gif

Exactly. I think people have gone mad.
Who in their right minds wants a TN panel?You can say gamers all day long but you'd be very hard pressed to notice a difference compared to an IPS screen and if you're that serious about gaming then surely you'll get a more appropriate higher end panel.
#33
The BenQ monitor is now £112.16.

Anyone able to comment on alternative options queried in posting #22

Also, anyone able to comment on the return on your investment if one opted for a:

27" IPS for £160
http://www.ebuyer.com/742244-lg-27mp58vq-27-full-hd-ips-monitor-27mp58vq

Instead of
24" IPS for £100 (when next on offer)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24xw-ips-monitor-full-hd-23-8-99-95-john-lewis-2-year-guarantee-2559601
or
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24-monitor-ips-full-hd-99-99-pcworld-2558245
#34
mubashar
The BenQ monitor is now £112.16.
Anyone able to comment on alternative options queried in posting #22
Also, anyone able to comment on the return on your investment if one opted for a:
27" IPS for £160http://www.ebuyer.com/742244-lg-27mp58vq-27-full-hd-ips-monitor-27mp58vq
Instead of
24" IPS for £100 (when next on offer)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24xw-ips-monitor-full-hd-23-8-99-95-john-lewis-2-year-guarantee-2559601
orhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24-monitor-ips-full-hd-99-99-pcworld-2558245
I waited too long to make my mind up about HP 24 inc IPS monitor (dunno what I was thinking) and missed out on the deal last week. I am waiting for it to come back on sale. I was deciding between the HP and this BenQ and decided to go with the HP one for IPS. I have this BenQ height adjustable version and have to say its brilliant, but I wanna try out an IPS monitor.
#35
mubashar
I'm looking for a monitor for office work. Not needing for gaming. I take it IPS is a big plus rather then a very low ms count?
Is it better to go for this non IPS 24" for £100?
Or 23" IPS for £95 (was £85 before):http://www.box.co.uk/Acer_G237HL_23_IPS_Full_HD_LCD_HDMI_Mo_1955213.html
Or wait for 24" IPS for when it's on offer for £100 again like:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24xw-ips-monitor-full-hd-23-8-99-95-john-lewis-2-year-guarantee-2559601
orhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-24-monitor-ips-full-hd-99-99-pcworld-2558245

If you're not playing any first person shooters then get an IPS panel, they are a million times better than a TN for picture quality and viewing angles. TNs are horrendously washed out and look rubbish when parked beside an IPS panel.
If you want a compromise get a VA/AMVA panel, better colours than a TN and almost as fast response rate.



Edited By: kennyhkw on Dec 06, 2016 14:10

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