BenQ LCD 20" Display, TFT, LED Backlit, 5ms Response, 250 cd/m2, Speakers - £82.69 Deliverd @ IT247 - HotUKDeals
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BenQ LCD 20" Display, TFT, LED Backlit, 5ms Response, 250 cd/m2, Speakers - £82.69 Deliverd @ IT247

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Product Description BenQ LCD 20" Display, TFT, LED Backlit, 5ms Response, 250 cd/m2, Speakers Device Type LCD display / TFT active matrix Diagonal Size 20" - widescreen Max Re… Read More
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Product Description

BenQ LCD 20" Display, TFT, LED Backlit, 5ms Response, 250 cd/m2, Speakers

Device Type
LCD display / TFT active matrix

Diagonal Size
20" - widescreen

Max Resolution
1600 x 900

Colour Support
16.7 million colours

Response Time
5 ms

Image Brightness
250 cd/m2

Audio Output
Speaker(s)
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#1
poor resolution
#2
Alright then can you show me another 20" LED DVI monitor for this price??
#3
Benq makes amazingly good displays. Heat from me even the x900 seems like a bit less. For general usage for most of us it is all right.
banned#4
This is a typical resolution for a 20", fine for pretty much anything, your not going to notice the difference to a 22" at all. Have some heat as BenQ make some lovely screens.
#5
joeb
poor resolution

Indeed - 900 pixel is pretty pointless for real work. I can live with 1024, although of course I prefer 1080 or 1200.

I think you should compare this to other monitors with 900 pixel height, and not to other monitors with a 20" diagonal. After all, when was the last time you were trying to fit something diagonally across your screen? :-)
#6
MrPuddington
joeb
poor resolution

Indeed - 900 pixel is pretty pointless for real work. I can live with 1024, although of course I prefer 1080 or 1200.


Yeah because everyone who buys laptops with 15" 1366x768 definitely doesn't do any work on it...
If you can find a 1080p monitor for £82, then by all means post it on the site.

Edited By: blizzard7 on Mar 21, 2011 16:29

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