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Just found this on ebuyer.. ONlY 39 Left Be Quick!!!!!!

LCD Display: 22" Wide Aspect TFT active matrix panel
Display Size: 473.76(H) x 296.16(V) mm
Pixel Pitch: 0.282(H) x 0.282(V) mm
Resolution Maximum: WSXGA+ (1680 x 1050) @60Hz
Max. Display Color: 16.7M colors
Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typ.)
Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1 (typ.)
Viewing Angle: Horizontal 160o (typ.)
Viewing Angle: Vertical 160o (typ.)
Response Time: 5 ms (typ.)
Signal Input: D-sub, optional DVI-D (w/ HDCP)
Input Frequency Range: Horizontal 30 to 82KHz, Vertical 56 to 76Hz
LED Indicator Active: Green / Power saving: Orange
Plug & Play VESA DDC/CI compliance
Speakers 1W x 2
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gd price
Looks good to me :thumbsup:
Bought the 22" xerox during happy hour for £155, wish I could swop!!!!!

Great deal:thumbsup:
very good price :thumbsup:
Wow great price very hot:)
The only thing I'm concerned about is the colour of the monitor, whether it would match my black BENQ 17".

I wish it could be totally black.

Well, still have time to think about, since it has 39 more to go.
It hasn't got DVI...
So glad that you've pointed it out!

Input Connector: D-SUB (VGA)

so this monitor is not for me then. problem solved !
what does Signal Input: D-sub, optional DVI-D (w/ HDCP) mean?

does it mean if you use a vga to dvi-D converter you can get HDCP?

also i think there are 2 different versions of this monitor going around, one has both dvi and vga, the other only vga.
No DVI/HDCP it seems...


Please Note: Although advertised differently elsewhere by different websites as having DVI,we want to point out that this particular CiBOX model does not have a DVI input connection.
Cold, no DVI. It's far better to be future proofed for a few extra pounds.
It's pretty spiffy even without DVI - you can get converters for very little (and they come with most graphics cards). You really do want DVI for larger monitors, but this is about the upper end for VGA. Lots of 'inexpensive' monitors are sold in the UK with VGA because of extra duty due on DVI.

Also, does anyone know if it just comes with a VGA cable and has fitting for DVI on the monitor or is it just VGA. I bought a 19" widescreen last year that came with a VGA cable but had a DVI connector on the monitor. £3.00 for a cable later and I was in business...
why do 19" w cost £100 at amazon (without DVI) and this is a hot deal at 22"
without DVI
thats 3" more for 33%
why is there such a price difference

AGP graphics card are well outdated right. I'd want a PCI express x16 (im thinking of getting the 8800GTS listed for £131 a couple of days ago)
what does Signal Input: D-sub, optional DVI-D (w/ HDCP) mean?

I think Ebuyer have just been lazy and copied the manufacturers specifications verbatim rather than thinking about what they are describing. I think that "Signal Input: D-sub, optional DVI-D (w/ HDCP)" means that the retailer can purchase the monitor from the manufacturer with D-Sub only or opt for additional DVI-D connection as well. My guess is that this one will be D-Sub only.
AGP graphics card are well outdated right. I'd want a PCI express x16 (im thinking of getting the 8800GTS listed for £131 a couple of days ago)

I'm still running twin screens on AGP and have no problems, and there is even newer gfx cards that are AGP now as well (e,g ATI 1950pro). The actual difference between AGP and PCIE is none in every write up / comparison I've read.

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