Best Value 23" L-2362WD 5ms DVI HD LCD TFT with speakers 1920x1080 resolution £109.98 at dabs - HotUKDeals
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Best Value 23" L-2362WD 5ms DVI HD LCD TFT with speakers 1920x1080 resolution £109.98 at dabs

£109.98 @ BT Shop
The concept of Best Value is to offer customers the best value product, sourced from a variety of manufacturers all over the world, in any given category, at any point in time. The products selected f… Read More
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The concept of Best Value is to offer customers the best value product, sourced from a variety of manufacturers all over the world, in any given category, at any point in time. The products selected for our Best Value range are carefully evaluated in terms of price, performance and manufacturing quality before they make it onto our website. Although certainly a 'value' brand, Best Value products are never inferior quality... just superb value for money.
Highlights of the Best Value 23" L-2362WD monitor
Screen: 23" widesceen FULL HD (1920 x 1080)
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Response time: 5ms
Connectivity: DVI, VGA
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#2
been thinking of getting a bigger monitor and my previous 17" is a digimate...and it's been really good since I have had it for about 3-4 years.

Does anyone know if this monitor has a source button so I can swap bentween VGA and DVI?
#3
hot for this price!
#4
nice find
#5
I'm down for this, certainly - but also would like to know about switching between the dual inputs. It's essential for me that this is an option.

Sorry if this is perhaps a given or something, but the last monitor I bought was with a Dell 5 years ago, and that was a CRT... been a while! :)
#6
Was going to post this the other day, but as my sister bought one and went wrong in about 3 hours i did not bother, i know others that have have these and they are not that great.

Spend alittle more that will not crap out on you in in a few mins.
#7
Well... in light of that, what's most of these places policy on knackered goods?
#8
Full hd.....no hdmi connectivity?:?
#9
vauxmik
Full hd.....no hdmi connectivity?:?


Shame about no Hdmi otherwsie would have been a hot deal for me
#10
NikLP
Well... in light of that, what's most of these places policy on knackered goods?


Absolutely dreadful from Dabs, I'd pay the extra and get it from eBuyer every time.
#11
I ordered a camcorder few months back from Dabs but it had a small scratch and dabs picked it up no questions asked.:thumbsup:
#12
Well a few years back I bought a £500 camera from Dabs and when it arrived it was a Polaroid camera worth £15 inside the box.

Took them about a month and countless emails/phone calls/letters to sort out. Eventually what clinched it was the delivery note had the parcel weight on it which they eventually accepted couldn't have been the weight of the real camera.

I would personally never buy from them again but hey its your money.
#13
IK1
Does anyone know if this monitor has a source button so I can swap bentween VGA and DVI?

I've never known a monitor not have a button to do that as otherwise how would you change input?
#14
Agharta
I've never known a monitor not have a button to do that as otherwise how would you change input?


You have to go into the menu on the OSD.

I have checked on digimate's website but they don't seem to have a manual for this however all other manuals for other models do not show a single input/source button so you must go into the OSD and change so I would assume it is same for this.
#15
i have a digimate monitor and it detects what i have connected and chooses that one (dvi or vga)
#16
IK1
been thinking of getting a bigger monitor and my previous 17" is a digimate...and it's been really good since I have had it for about 3-4 years.

Does anyone know if this monitor has a source button so I can swap bentween VGA and DVI?


I've got a Digimate 24" 16:10 version of this monitor (PVA panel - highly recommended - anyone know which panel this one is?) and it definitely has a button to select between DVI / VGA.
#17
critster
i have a digimate monitor and it detects what i have connected and chooses that one (dvi or vga)


Which one does it choose when you have two computers connected to it?:whistling:
#18
GFunk
I've got a Digimate 24" 16:10 version of this monitor (PVA panel - highly recommended - anyone know which panel this one is?) and it definitely has a button to select between DVI / VGA.


There should be a label at the back telling you the model. I would like a PVA panel...but anything non-TN is over £200.
#19
IK1
There should be a label at the back telling you the model. I would like a PVA panel...but anything non-TN is over £200.


Mine is the L-2442WD, had a look yesterday and couldn't find it being sold anywhere anymore.. seems it's discontinued (why?!).
#20
Mine arrived today

First impressions: Stand is wobbly, looks a bit cheap and cannot tilt as far as I can tell. Cushion under my bum fixed that problem though.

going from a 19" lcd to this you really notice the difference. Picture is crisp and clear and looks great with documents and games.

Bargain for the money - If the wobbly stand puts you off, it may be worth spending the extra £30-40 more for a branded model.

thanks for the deal :thumbsup:

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