Dell S2309W 23" PC Monitor - DVI - 5ms - 1920 x 1080 - £166 at tesco after voucher + 3% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Dell S2309W 23" PC Monitor - DVI - 5ms - 1920 x 1080 - £166.00 at tesco after voucher + 3% Quidco

£166.00 @ Tesco Direct
Use voucher XXR968 - Seems like a good monitor for the price
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#1
Actually only £179 at Dell so maybe not such a stunning price....
#2
heat added for honesty!
#3
Thanks! Guess its still saving you £13. Luke warm maybe!
#4
Still hot for Full HD. Remember there's 3% quidco and Clubcard points?
#5
kenan557
Still hot for Full HD. Remember there's 3% quidco and Clubcard points?


still hot for BETTER than HD @2048x1152 :D its a cracking monitor indeed. ( i got mine from dell).
#6
Using it to upgrade from and old 17" - hopefully wont be disappointed!
#7
do you not also get 5p off a litre off fuel at Tesco if you spend more than £50 instore and online as well?
#8
mohikan22
still hot for BETTER than HD @2048x1152 :D its a cracking monitor indeed. ( i got mine from dell).


That's the SP2309W (currently £211.65 from DELL) not this one ;)
#9
Got this!

Great monitor!!!!!!!!!!!!
#10
strange how some monitors have speakers and others don't :?

i would go for this if it had speakers - think I'll go for a HP one instead (similar spec / price) :thumbsup:
#11
Have you got a link to the HP one?
#12
this looks like an average deal, max 1920 by 1080.

What about this from ebuyer for £130, Ok its got no DVI, but look at the specs...

Brand New From Samsung

Display
Screen size: 23" Wide
Brightness(Typical): 300 cd/㎡
Contrast Ratio(Typical): DC 20000:1(1000:1) (Typ.)
Resolution: 2048x1152
Response Time(Typical): 5ms
Viewing Angle(Horizontal/Vertical): 170˚/160˚ (CR>10)
Color Supported: 16.7M
Signal Input
Video Signal: Analog RGB
Sync. Signal: Separate H/V, Composite, SOG
Connector: 15pin D-SUB
Power
Power consumption: 44 Watts.
Stand by Power(DPMS)
Type: Built-in
Features
Plug & Play: DDC 2B
USB powered hub option: No
Mac compatibility: Yes
Multimedia Speakers: No
Wall-Mount: VESA 100mm
TCO: TCO03
Cabinet Color: Black
Special Features: Power off 0.3W(typ.),MagicBright3, Image Size, Color Effect, Customized key, MagicWizard & MagicKey & MagicTune with AssetManagement, Windows Vista Basic,MultiScreen S/W
Dimension
Product Dimension(With Stand, WxHxD): 544.6mm x 408.8mm x 227.5mm
Product Dimension(Without Stand, WxHxD): 544.6mm x 323.1mm x 72.9mm
Shipment Dimension(WxHxD): 628mm x 146mm x 398mm
Weight
Product Weight: 5.4Kg
Shipment Weight: 6.9Kg
Stand
Type: Simple
Function: Swivel, Tilt
#13
kayble
do you not also get 5p off a litre off fuel at Tesco if you spend more than £50 instore and online as well?


No that expired earlier this week.
#14
This was available at less than £140 at Xmas time, I can't vote this hot LINKY
#15
ramit
Have you got a link to the HP one?


I can get this for £140

and this bad-boy for £229 :thumbsup:
#16
stapsell;4560940
Ok its got no DVI,
That's the key difference. I wouldn't want to run anything over 1280x1024 using D-SUB, and even then it would be a push past 1024x768.

The difference in sharpness and colour is quite striking - plus the monitor doesn't need to sync to the signal.
#17
toonarmani
I can get this for £140

and this bad-boy for £229 :thumbsup:


What panel are they using, TN??
banned#18
I'd go for this monitor DVI connection is a must!
#19
Of course having both DVI and VGA is preferable, but not always essential
A DVI to VGA adapter dongle costs about £1.50 delivered from dealextreme.
With regards picture quality, with my current 19" 1440*900 monitor I find the VGA picture identical to DVI provided the cables are good and reasonably isolated.

I suspect that with good quality / isolated cables VGA looks the same.
#20
Just ordered one for my local collection (with the £10 dumbbells too!)

Thanks for posting :) H+R added.
#21
Got this for £140 around last xmas. Still a decent price though
#22
Thanks !!!
#23
Picked mine up today...it's a beauty!

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