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Dell AS501 Soundbar for Dell UltraSharp Flat Panel Monitors available at checkout for £20 delivered too.

Monitor Size and Type : 27-inch Widescreen LCD Flat Panel
Resolution : 1920 x 1200 Pixels
Response time / Brightness / Contrast Ratio : 6ms / 450cd/m² / 1000:1
Dimensions (WxDxH) : With Stand: 634mm x 243mm x 442mm
Weight : 12.5kg
Features : 100mm VESA® Mounting, Antiglare with Hard-coating 3H
Port(s) Total ( Free ) / Connector Type : Analog (15-pin D-Sub) / Digital (DVI-D) with HDCP, S-Video. Composite, Component, 9-in-2 Media Card Reader, 4 x USB 2.0 Ports, Security Port Slot
Dot Pitch : 0.303mm (Pixel Pitch)
Colour : Artic Silver
Warranty : 3-Year
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Both of these are + VAT - so £730 and £411 plus shipping. And the MCS refurb only has a 30 day warranty:-(
banned#3
a bit expensive for a monitor?
1 Like #4
It's a good deal compared to previous prices, but personally I think if you're going to spend £730, you should try and stretch the extra to get the 30" model with almost twice the resolution, as opposed to the 27" which is the same resolution as the 24".

Dell 30" is £864.45 inc VAT and delivery from PCBuyit
http://www.pcbuyit.co.uk/dept.asp?dept%5Fid=67&dept%5Fname=Dell

Here's a chart I made a few days ago when the dell 30" was on offer direct from dell for a similar price as from PCBuyit (its gone back up now). This 27" is the same as the 24" for resolution in the chart (note it's comparing resolutions, not size!)

http://www.tomthorpe.co.uk/resolutions.jpg
1 Like #5
It's a shame that the average consumer doesn't (at least initially) understand why they should pay this kind of money for a 27inch LCD when they can get a 37inch TV for £400.

It is, as Tomfoolery has pointed out above, mostly about the maximum native resolution. It's also about the suitablility of each type of devices for their respective purposes. For example: A graphic designer will not go for 30inch LCD TV as a monitor (even though it's cheaper) because of the relative low native resolution and also because of the poor colour reproduction. Yes, watching TV on and LCD will look great because manufacturers bump the colours up etc to make it look more vivid and, as such, not so good for the graphic designer that needs true colour matching.

Anyone that comes in here and starts shouting "37inch Plasma/LCD for £400 is a better deal than this 27inch LCD for £700. Voted cold!!!!!!!!1111oneelevenomgbbqwtf" needs to step back and read :thumbsup:
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Tomfoolery
It's a good deal compared to previous prices, but personally I think if you're going to spend £730, you should try and stretch the extra to get the 30" model with almost twice the resolution, as opposed to the 27" which is the same resolution as the 24".

Dell 30" is £864.45 inc VAT and delivery from PCBuyit
http://www.pcbuyit.co.uk/dept.asp?dept%5Fid=67&dept%5Fname=Dell

Here's a chart I made a few days ago when the dell 30" was on offer direct from dell for a similar price as from PCBuyit (its gone back up now). This 27" is the same as the 24" for resolution in the chart (note it's comparing resolutions, not size!)

http://www.tomthorpe.co.uk/resolutions.jpg

2560x1600 resolution! :? That's just madness! I've just bought a 22" with 1680x1050 resolution and it feels so spacious!

*faints*
#7
I’m considering upgrading to a High Definition camcorder so I’ve been looking at monitors with this resolution but I noticed yesterday that Dell had pulled the 24” version from their website. Anybody here have any idea why? The 27” is too large and expensive for me.

It's back now!
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SmilingCrow
I’m considering upgrading to a High Definition camcorder so I’ve been looking at monitors with this resolution but I noticed yesterday that Dell had pulled the 24” version from their website. Anybody here have any idea why? The 27” is too large and expensive for me.

It's back now!

The 24" is a lot cheaper at Overclockers. And it apparently comes with Kate from Lost, if that screen is anything to go by, which can't be bad.

There's a Samsung that uses the same panel too I believe.
#9
I've recently invested in 2 x 22 inch HP w2207 widescreen monitors for a total of £415. Both connected to a twin head DVI graphics card which cost about 50 quid.

The resolution on each is 1680 x 1050 so side by side i get 3360 x 1080 - now that's plenty of desktop!!

I'd rather have this setup that shell out silly money on a 27+ inch monitor.

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