Compaq Q2159 21.5" PC Monitor (VGA 1920 x 1080, 5ms) £80 after voucher & collect in store @ tesco direct - HotUKDeals
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also tcb / quidco

and clubcard points

reevoo 9.5 out of 10 reviews

well worth it considering it includes built in speakers

View your documents and multimedia content in full, crisp, clear detail with the
Compaq Q2159 21.5" widescreen LCD monitor.


The 1920x1080 resolution with 1000:1 contrast ratio also offers 16:9 widescreen formatting, so you can enjoy your favourite movies as they were supposed to be seen – and heard through the built-in speakers. The Q2159 has a VGA input with cable included


Brand

Compaq


Brightness CD Per M2

300 cd/m2 (typical)


Built-in Speakers

Yes


Built-in TV Tuner

No


Contrast Ratio

1000:1 static (typical)


Dot Pitch

.25


D-sub Vga Cable Included

Yes


Dvi Cable Included

No


Hdcp Compliant

No


HDMI Cable Included

No


Height Adjustable

Yes


Inputs

VGA 15-pin D-Sub


Max Resolution

1920x1080


Monitor Energy Star V5 Compliant

No


Orientation

Dual (Rotatable)


Power Cord Included

Yes


Product Depth

17.1 cm


Product Height

38.4 cm


Product Weight Units

kg


Product Width

41.7 cm


Response Rate in MS

5 ms on-off (typical)


Screen Size In Inches

21.5


Screen Type

LCD


VESA Mount Pitch in mm

100 x 100


Wall Mount Included

No


Wall Mountable

Yes


Weight

4.36


Widescreen

Yes

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#1
Shame its VGA only as i'm looking for a new cheap HDMI 22" for a second monitor... but for the price, still a bargain...
#2
TheCaptain
Shame its VGA only as i'm looking for a new cheap HDMI 22" for a second monitor... but for the price, still a bargain...


When I bought the monitor I posted a couple of weeks ago from scan I bought a VGA-HDMI cable from amazon (£2 lots of suppliers) as my cpu has a hdmi slot, works briliantly
#3
Voucher???

Better off with the Acer from Scan, that one has DVI input and HDCP support.
banned#4
awesome!
2 Likes #5
bytemaster
Better off with the Acer from Scan, that one has DVI input and HDCP support.


What, the one that is 38.79 more than this?
#6
looks good hot from me
#7
batista
TheCaptain
Shame its VGA only as i'm looking for a new cheap HDMI 22" for a second monitor... but for the price, still a bargain...


When I bought the monitor I posted a couple of weeks ago from scan I bought a VGA-HDMI cable from amazon (£2 lots of suppliers) as my cpu has a hdmi slot, works briliantly

That will only work for very specific situations, only supported on some graphic cards.
1 Like #8
A stupidly cheap price!

thermal increase applied.
4 Likes #9
batista
my cpu has a hdmi slot


Really?? never seen one of those....
#10
andyken
batista
my cpu has a hdmi slot

Really?? never seen one of those....


custom built gaming pc
#11
batista
andyken
batista
my cpu has a hdmi slot


Really?? never seen one of those....



custom built gaming pc


Does include a whoosh?
1 Like #12
batista
andyken
batista
my cpu has a hdmi slot

Really?? never seen one of those....


custom built gaming pc

Sure must be a custom CPU to have HDMI slot. How much did Intel charge you for that X)
#13
TheCaptain
Shame its VGA only as i'm looking for a new cheap HDMI 22" for a second monitor... but for the price, still a bargain...
Yes, makes it cold - you really want a digital input at these resolutions.
1 Like #14
bigsky
bytemaster
Better off with the Acer from Scan, that one has DVI input and HDCP support.
What, the one that is 38.79 more than this?

It’s just under £90 at crescentelectronics and Scan.
LED slim line TFT with DVI/VGA inputs and both cables included.

Note: It’s £82.79 at Scan using the Today Only link.

Edited By: Agharta on May 21, 2011 12:15
#15
lookin for cheap tft with 100-120hz all the ones on here recently seem to be crappy 75hz need it for cs, any ideas?
#16
bigsky
bytemaster
Better off with the Acer from Scan, that one has DVI input and HDCP support.


What, the one that is 38.79 more than this?


No this one smartass. Not hard to find if you look at the Today Only page.
21.5" Acer S221HQLbd LED Full HD, Black, Widescreen Monitor, 5ms, 1920x1080, 12000000:1, 250cd/m² £82.79
#17
MrPuddington
TheCaptain
Shame its VGA only as i'm looking for a new cheap HDMI 22" for a second monitor... but for the price, still a bargain...
Yes, makes it cold - you really want a digital input at these resolutions.


Would be nice but doesn't adding DVI or HDMI add to costs due to EU regs or something?

I've run my 1680x1050 22" monitor at VGA and HDMI and can't see any difference so with a decent VGA cable and graphics I'd hope it'll work ok,

Edited By: spannerzone on May 22, 2011 13:23
#18
Agharta
bigsky
bytemaster
Better off with the Acer from Scan, that one has DVI input and HDCP support.
What, the one that is 38.79 more than this?

It’s just under £90 at crescentelectronics and Scan.
LED slim line TFT with DVI/VGA inputs and both cables included.

Note: It’s £82.79 at Scan using the Today Only link.


Cheers, just bought 3 of the Acers from scan. (£82 each & free delivery)

Was tired of using my 42" TV as a primary monitor (with 2 ancient 19" 1280x1024 slung either side).

Finally will be able to try out eyefinity @ 5760x1080 =D

:edit:

Had a problem with one of the 3 monitors mentioned above; it's VGA input gave a yellow tint to everything it displayed.
Swapped the monitors around so the troublesome monitor was driven by DVI, and one of the others was using the VGA - and the problem went away.

I guess the troublesome one has a badly calibrated vga input.
Apart from that, they're great little monitors.
They manage to be so slim & light by having the AC to DC converter external to the monitor; meaning I have 3 more black bricks under my desk!

The only other troubles i've had are because of ATI/AMD's lackluster CCC/Vision control panel; in short, t's a buggy piece of crud.
Switching between 3 indepdenent 1920x1080 desktops, and 1 eyefinity span 5760x1080 desktop *should* be as simple as using a hotkey to switch between two preconfigured driver profiles.
However the profiles are buggy, and the switching process even more so.
As with SLI, Eyefinity appear to be little more than a buggy, poorly supported gimmick.

Still, having a huge desktop is kinda nice - and the power savings Vs my old 42" HDTV are probably considerable.
Don't regret the purchase.


Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on May 25, 2011 19:08: ...

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