BenQ V2410 Eco LED Backlit 24" Monitor (HDMI, VGA) - £160.40 @ Crescent Electronics - HotUKDeals
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Great price for a 24" LED Backlit monitor with HDMI and headphones jack. Get's all-round good reviews and looks excellent for the price. Only downside I can see is the seemingly lack of DVI.

BenQ V2410 Eco - LCD display - TFT - 24" - widescreen - 1920 x 1080 - 250 cd/m2 - 1000:1 - 5000000:1 (dynamic) - 5 ms - 0.276 mm HDMI, VGA - black
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#1
Unless I'm getting it wrong, even with the cheapest delivery option it comes to £160.40
#2
Seems a good deal, probably be good for ps3/xbox with a set of speakers

Edited By: Mr_Tdontmess on Sep 21, 2010 15:57: edit
#3
Has anyone actually own one of these please ? Does the LED back lit give you eyestrain like the LED back lid on Apple Macbook Pro
#4
Does anyone know the best HD monitors which have a built in TV Tuner and are both very good if used as both a monitor or TV at a reasonable price please
#5
is the stem of the base off centre or is it an optical illusion
#6
Is this like an IPS screen in that it supports true 24-bit 16 million colour graphics rather than the usual 65k supported by cheaper (normal) TFT screens?
#7
Has no Dvi just a heads up and that's unforgivable would be okay if it had 2x hdmi but it's only got one.
#8
i've had a couple of the 22inch ones, had no issue with eye strain and can't recomend them enough. Only draw back is.... it will make all your other screens seem virtually useless
#9
Am trying to decide between something like this and the LG W2353V for everyday work (and very occasional gaming); can anyone knowledgeable please comment which they'd choose?

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=1717049&viewSpec=y&showold=#productTop
#10
Good deal! HDMI port makes it better.
#11
That iiyama deal a couple of weeks ago looked slightly better to me - mainly because I always thought iiyama were better from years ago...
#12
thats one nasty stand... in my view anyway!
#13
jacthalad
i've had a couple of the 22inch ones, had no issue with eye strain and can't recomend them enough. Only draw back is.... it will make all your other screens seem virtually useless


Are they LED back lit as well ? Thanks for the reply
#14
Hmm Im looking for a second monitor and saw this, At the moment im using DVI for my my monitor, I have http://www1.sapphiretech.com/us/products/products_overview.php?gpid=254 which is pretty ancient now but still has HD compatability.

My question is, can I use DVI and use my second monitor through HDMI? Need to check before I make a purchase
#15
anyone used this retailer before? they seem to be cheapest for a few things i am looking at my a decent margin.
cant find any info on thm though
#16
Just tried ordering out of stock.

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