CHEAPEST 19" WDSCR I've Seen - Acer AL1916WAS 19" Widescreen LCD Monitor - £115 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Have a look at this

It's the cheapest 19" Widescreen monitor i've ever seen
I looked at one in PC-World, the quality is great

Here's The Spec.

Technical Details
Contrast Ratio (X:1): 700
Dot Pitch in mm: 0.28
Horizontal Frequency in KHz: 80
Horizontal Resolution in Pixel: 1440
Reflection Angle: 150
Response Time in ms: 5
Screen Format: 16:9
Screen Size in Inches: 19
Signal Input: D-Sub 15 Poles
Type of Monitor: LCD
Type of TCO Radiation: TCO 99
Vertical Frequency in Hz: 75
Vertical Resolution in Pixel: 900
More From Amazon:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
goobagins Avatar
9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
Options

All Comments

(18) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#2
eBuyer BD191W - 97.52 delivered
This monitor is made by Bitland (not that I ever heard of them).
#3
not sure why this is cold its a good deal for an Acer, ebuyer one is worthless, and hans g is just cheapo whereas Acer is a good quality product so its hot for me
#4
Given it some heat as the others mentioned are rubbish!
#5
Hi everyone !:)

I bought this very same (ACER) monitor about a year ago from ebuyer (£180 ish.. i think).
I thought it was a bargain then, but at it's current price it's an absolute steal!! :whistling:

I've never had any probs with it and am more than happy with the picture quality. I work in digital imaging and use more expensive and higher spec monitors at the office and though without being a tech geek on these things, I can say it's a half decent monitor.

Your only point to consider may be the viewing angle issue- if your sitting bang on in front of the monitor there's no problem, but as with many LCDs if you are at an angle the quality starts to suffer (the wider the angle the worse the problem). LCDs are getting better and better and you can buy some monitors that don't hardly suffer from the viewing angle issue - But you ain't gonna get one for £109/£115.

For the price, I don't think you'd be disappointed if you bought it!!!

That's my two-penneth worth........... Goodbye :thumbsup:
#6
I have a 19" Hanns G and I wouldn't say it was 'cheapo' in any way, it's well built, has great brightness and gives a sharp picture with 8ms response. Sure, it's cheap, but that doesn't mean it's not quality
#7
The Acer isn't particularly good monitor. No RTC, DVI and response time of up to 35ms doesn't make it any good.

Also, I responded to OP's claim It's the cheapest 19" Widescreen monitor i've ever seen, which isn't true. Well, maybe the OP haven't seen anything cheaper but there are certainly several cheaper monitors around.
#8
Kommunist
The Acer isn't particularly good monitor. No RTC, DVI and response time of up to 35ms doesn't make it any good.



response time is 5ms
#9
Couchwarrior
response time is 5ms

Manufacturer's quoted. Here is the real one:

http://www.fcenter.ru/img/article/monitors/19_LCD_4/85906.png
#10
Kommunist
Manufacturer's quoted. Here is the real one:

http://www.fcenter.ru/img/article/monitors/19_LCD_4/85906.png


so whats yours then ? as the manufacturer quoted 8 ms ;-)

i paid £180 for my acer a year ago as well , not one dead pixel and plays all the newest games at top settings on a 7800 gtx and looks spot on so 35ms must be okay then ;-)
#11
so whats yours then ? as the manufacturer quoted 8 ms
I haven't got a clue how good or bad that eBuyer's monitor is. Which is what I stated above :)
The real response time has nothing to do with manufacturer's claimed time. For example, Acer 1916 (not widescreen one) is 5ms too but in reality it goes to 22ms, which is same as for Acer AL2017. But for AL2017 Acer is claiming 8ms. Go figure...

Out of all monitors listed in this thread, I personally would go for Hanns-G. Or to save a bit more and get some entry-level 22".
#12
voted hot - good price for that monitor - and good first post :)
#13
Kommunist
I haven't got a clue how good or bad that eBuyer's monitor is. Which is what I stated above :)
The real response time has nothing to do with manufacturer's claimed time. For example, Acer 1916 (not widescreen one) is 5ms too but in reality it goes to 22ms, which is same as for Acer AL2017. But for AL2017 Acer is claiming 8ms. Go figure...


i know i get your drift, but my point is that you have to go by the manufacturers quoted as they all exaggerate there own products , its like the 0-60 in a car, thats the ideal road on an ideal day and the same goes with the response time on a monitor, you cant take into consideration everything else for real time response its just not worth it
I think the acer is a spot on budget monitor i recently bought 2 17inch lcds no name brands and they both looked absolutely awful and had 4 dead pixels in each (the warranty only covers 5 or more ) will definitely recommend this monitor at this price voted hot
#14
The biggest problem with ms is that it is pretty much pointless parameter. There are several ways to measure response time (white to black, black to white, gray to gray, etc) and manufacturers can claim just about anything they like. Talking about cars, it is like if one manufacturer would quote 0-60 with just driver inside but car goes uphill; another one - driver and 4 passengers but the car goes downhill; third just drops it from airplane (without driver) :).

The Acer isn't particularly bad monitor but then it is not particularly good. It is just standard no-frills budget monitor, which would suit most of people just nice. Same as Hanns-G and (probably) that Chinese noname (they are using matrix from AU Optronics, so it is not that bad). In short, this Acer is pretty much like any other monitor in this price range.
#15
Voted hot, would rather have Acer over the el cheapo's from other threads.
#16
dont forget we are comparing Acer vs Ebuyer vs Hanns G, Acer has always been regarded a good quality product with excellent free customer support who replace the monitor if you have dead pixels which cannot be said for the other two. Also the Acer monitor has a nice feel and look to it which cannot be said for the other two mentioned
#17
Id rule out the Acer simply because it lacks DVI.
#18
bazzaric
I have a 19" Hanns G and I wouldn't say it was 'cheapo' in any way, it's well built, has great brightness and gives a sharp picture with 8ms response. Sure, it's cheap, but that doesn't mean it's not quality

Yup,I agree with you bazzaric....I'm a happy owner of a HannsG and cannot fault it for the price I paid,plenty of customer feedback from various websites will say the same:)

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!