Dell S2309W 23 Inch Full HD Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor - Black - £139 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Not sure of end date but it seems to be a bargain to me.

Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution Enjoy cinema-quality movies at the highest resolution the filmmakers intended. Full HD also makes games, videos and digital photos shine.

Fast 5 Millisecond Response Time (Typical) See crisp, clear images and minimize ghosting during fast-action video. Ideal for serious gamers and video editors alike.

1000:1 Contrast Ratio (Typical) Sharpens HD performance with deep blacks, enhanced colour saturation and fine detail.

DVI-D with HDCP Supports playback of protected high-definition content from Blu-ray DiscTM drives on PCs.

Dell-Designed Enhancements The sleek black bezel complements most environments and home d?r.
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#1
Impressive price, wonder if they will do a deal on the S2409W anytime soon.
#2
lol so not selling for £9 then
#3
an extra £6 approx gets you the Fujitsu L3230T with Dual Hdmi and built in speakers

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/441086/fujitsu-l3230t-23-dual-hdmi-tft-mon
#4
crbx1
Impressive price, wonder if they will do a deal on the S2409W anytime soon.

I have a feeling they might do it after this one. Hope I'm right ;-)
#5
I have the same model with the webcam. . . this is a beautiful screen, it really is. Top price too, heat added
#6
Typing it on the same screen as I speak.

Excellent monitor and amazing for the price!
#7
Missed out the last time this monitor was on offer.

Anyone able to comment if it's better/worse than my current 2407WFP?

Thanks.

Cheekster.
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Im sure im being an idoit here but can a normal dvi cable allow you to view 1080P movies I assumes a hdmi was needed for that ?
1 Like #9
bargainhunter2008
Im sure im being an idoit here but can a normal dvi cable allow you to view 1080P movies I assumes a hdmi was needed for that ?


Either will be fine. They are essentially the same, but HDMI can carry audio.
#10
crbx1
Either will be fine. They are essentially the same, but HDMI can carry audio.


Thanks decided to be "less" lazy and looked myself and can indeed confirm your right, rep added for your effort,
#11
bargainhunter2008
Im sure im being an idoit here but can a normal dvi cable allow you to view 1080P movies I assumes a hdmi was needed for that ?


HDMI is just single-link DVI with extras like audio, it uses the same video protocol and cabling so anything HDMI can do, DVI can do as well.

Of course, there's nothing to stop them being treated differently when they get to the monitor.
#12
wow.... was looking at this less than 24 hrs ago and it was £189 on the Dell website.... its suddenly lost 50 quid. THIS IS HOT!!!!! I actually added this to my basket and nearly bought it at 189!
#13
you can also go through Quidco and reduce it further by £5.56 !
#14
Super Hot!!!!!
#15
Any good for digital photo editing?
#16
Gummo
Any good for digital photo editing?


Plenty good enough for editing your holiday snaps - a pro would want something with a better panel. Not slagging off this monitor BTW, I'm no pro, I own one these myself and I love it. :thumbsup:
#17
Full HD 1920 x 1080 Resolution Enjoy cinema-quality movies at the highest resolution the filmmakers intended

Seems like an odd thing to say. All those film makers who used 35mm film were intending their films to be downscaled to a lower quality then? :)

This is a brilliant monitor though, I bought one the last time there was a deal on here, and for the money it's great quality.
#18
Damn it, I want the SP2309W, as I want it's higher res, webcam and USB ports...

Edit just haggled and got a better deal, so gone for it.
#19
voted hot and good price, but no height level adjustment or tilt and slight like my samsung monitor, else would of bought it.
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cheekster
Missed out the last time this monitor was on offer.

Anyone able to comment if it's better/worse than my current 2407WFP?

Thanks.

Cheekster.


The 2407WFP (now replaced by the newer model the 2408WFP) uses S-VPA panel technology which provides far better colour reproduction and viewing angles compared to TN panel technology used in most other monitors (including the one featured here in this deal). That's why the 2408 is alot more expensive - you cannot really compare the two monitors.

On the other hand, a known issue with some S-VPA panels is slow response times and input lag which may not be suitable for fast-paced gaming. Alternatively, TN panels offer excellent response times and are fairly inexpensive which makes them an attractive option for gamers.

Anyhow, I don't think you should replace your 2407 with this :)

The monitor I'm waiting for is the S2409W. It's a TN panel, but has received excellent reviews. It was on sale a little while back for £169 but I missed that - hoping it goes on sale again soon!
#22
I paid £210 for mine and i only got it yesterday , been trying to call all day yesterday , getting no where with the lame indian customer service people , they told me i have to wait until my sales person rings me back ,this is after getting cut off 4 times , being placed on hold for over 30mins , terrible! i dont intend to pay £71 more when its now this price , they are trying me that prices change all the times , but this is a joke.

Really poor customer service ive had so far off dell..
#23
Scorpion
Damn it, I want the SP2309W, as I want it's higher res, webcam and USB ports...

Edit just haggled and got a better deal, so gone for it.


Please elaborate!
#24
crbx1
Impressive price, wonder if they will do a deal on the S2409W anytime soon.


They did do and it was posted on here and I bought one :) Using it now and I paid (IIRC) £169.99 inc delivery...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=426850
#25
dcx_badass;5773183
Haggled on the phone with dell?

Yup, as I really wanted the SP model I got them down to £195 odd, which is ~15% off. Not a great deal, but given it's not had a reduction on for months (since it was £199 back in Jan) I went for it. Certainly well worth 10mins on the phone anyhow.
#26
I can't stand TN panels, we bought two 20" iMacs and couldn't work on them.
Returned them for 24" models with S-IPS which were far superior. No idea how response is for gaming though...

The older (White iMac) 20" screens were brilliant though, we still have one in the office.
banned#27
MBeeching
I can't stand TN panels, we bought two 20" iMacs and couldn't work on them.
Returned them for 24" models with S-IPS which were far superior. No idea how response is for gaming though...

The older (White iMac) 20" screens were brilliant though, we still have one in the office.


It's just a shame the white iMacs (both PPC and intel) are so prone to serious issues when in constant use.
#28
HOT but Usually ships in 1-2 weeks?
#29
dcx_badass;5775615
Oh I thought you meant a better deal than £139 as did the other person I presume.

No chance of that I'm afriad. The cheapest they've done the Sp model for was £199 to the best of my knowledge. I had to fight hard to get £195! The contrast ratio, res and features are all superior to the one on offer for £139, but if you don't need the other features (I do) then the £139 deal is the one to pluck for I reckon.
#30
I have just ordered to the SP2409 on the phone with Dell. After politely requesting a discount from the salesman, managed to get it down to £176 (inc VAT + delivery) - £10 cheaper than the price listed on the website. Although it was previously on sale for £169.99 I think this is as close as it gets so I went for it and placed the order.
#31
does this have 5 year warranty
#32
master_chief;5774722
It's just a shame the white iMacs (both PPC and intel) are so prone to serious issues when in constant use.


Our 2.0ghz PPC White has been on 9hrs a day, 5 days a week for several years. Still got two nice G4's firing on all cylinders too.
banned#33
MBeeching
Our 2.0ghz PPC White has been on 9hrs a day, 5 days a week for several years. Still got two nice G4's firing on all cylinders too.


If you could only see the graveyard of iMacs we have - it's depressing.
#34
Give me a Samsung SyncMaster 2343BW instead any day!
It's got a much higher resolution (2048x1152), all the other specifications are identical and I use it upto 10 hours a day and it looks fantastic, watched movies on it too and the blacks are black (one of my ex's Dads was a TV Engineer fixing expensive TV's, had a workshop at home soI know a good picture when I see one!).
You can swivel it to be landscape or portrait (I find web browsing in portrait much better, and I've setup keyboard shortcuts to switch between the two instantly (using about the cheapest graphics card with a HDMI output I could find so I expect pretty much any card or onboard graphics will be capable of this :) ).
I paid £5 less than Dell are selling this for, that was 4 months ago:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/359397/samsung-23-monitor-2048-x-1152-5ms-/
The link on that thread currently shows it selling for about £10 more, but it's £7.16 more at eBuyer - £146.16 delivered.

Buyer beware though, having such detail on this size panel is unusual, and you might find the size of text is a little more comfortable to read on the Dell panel (which has 11% less pixels). You might also prefer watching movies at 1920x1080 instead of 2048x1152, although both panels are exactly the same shape (the way to tell this incidentally is to divide 1920 by 1080, or 2048 by 1152, which also explains why 1280x720 looks good on this screen (and will look good on the Dell - for when someone with bad eyesight needs to read your screen!).
#35
Dell UltraSharp 2209WA 22"

is still the un-challenged king of monitors under £400.

It's the onyl one that isn't a TN panel for a start!
#36
how do you know which are TN monitors and which are not?
#37
Has anyone any idea how this would be for working with photoshop please?

I'm currently using a old-fashioned 24" Sony (tube-type) screen which is huge!
#38
Looking for a new monitor you know. Thanks
#39
Quids
Has anyone any idea how this would be for working with photoshop please?

I'm currently using a old-fashioned 24" Sony (tube-type) screen which is huge!


Colours tend to be quite inaccurate on TN panels (like this screen has), your CRT is probably better in that respect.
#40
the onyl non-TN panel thats less than £300 is the dell 22" ultrasharp.

TN have rubbish veiwing angles (160/160 normally) but very fast response speeds (less then 5ms)....it's a tn if the angels stated are naff, but the speed good, and it costs less than £300 quid (save for that one dell i mentioed above).

I'll never buy a TN again.....you're very happy with them and defend them to the death (i used to) right up until you own something that isnt a tn (ips or p/mva) and then you see the light! the beautiful colourful light that looks grand!

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