Dell ST2210 21.5 inch hdmi 1080 p monitor £127.20 @ Dell - HotUKDeals
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The new DellTM ST2210 21.5" Full HD Widescreen Monitor delivers clean and crisp picture quality to enhance your movie watching, game playing and web surfing. Immerse yourself in the action with Full HD quality and a 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (max). Enjoy action-packed entertainment with a typical 5ms response time.
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Complete your desktop with a sleek-looking bezel and stylish display.
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#1
Looks ok, 30 w consumption, no speakers but good resolution, why the cold votes?
#2
if anyone knows where u cn get it for cheaper, please share
#3
rafalution2
if anyone knows where u cn get it for cheaper, please share


I agree, anyone got a better deal? :thinking:
#4
els
why the cold votes?


Maybe because Dell put their name all over it....
#5
jayjayuk1234
Maybe because Dell put their name all over it....


To be honest i don't car about the name, just the spec/quality of the screen. I was looking at this one or LG W2254TQ 22" TFT or Samsung SM2243SN ??? are they all the same, it just seems the dell has a lower watage usage?:thinking:

Any views guys or advice please?
#6
am i talkking to myself?:whistling:

Done my research and found a guy on fleabay whose sold 165 at £145 delivered, so a pretty good feedback, i think i'll take the jump, thanks for posting!
#7
It's probably because the deal posted a while ago, and still available, for the 23" version may be considered the better option.
#8
b1g1an
It's probably because the deal posted a while ago, and still available, for the 23" version may be considered the better option.


ooh which one was that pleasE?

aah found it http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/541949/dell-st2310-23-full-hd-widescreen-m

whats the difference? is it just screen size? 21.5 or 23 , i need 21.5 to fit my room so job done thanks guys
#9
For the extra £23 I'd highly reccomend this 24" bad boy:

http://www.extremerigs.com.au/images/benq_g2420wt.jpg

Here

It's a very good monitor and has HDMI, DVI, VGA inputs as well as audio out for HDMI. and full 1080p of course
#10
The Benq 24inch is a much better option for an extra £23.
#11
verma
The Benq 24inch is a much better option for an extra £23.


Why does the Benq have a headphone port are there speakers built it?
#12
Dell monitors are generally highly reputed, Hot price!
#13
lapdancer
Why does the Benq have a headphone port are there speakers built it?


It's a sound out port for the HDMI cable input. So if you plug the xbox 360/PS3/etc in the HDMI slot you plug speakers/headphones into the audio out port and get your sound
#14
This Viewsonic at dabs seems good for £135 also as it includes integrated speakers.
http://www.dabs.com/products/viewsonic-22--vx2260wm-wide-2ms-hdmi-tft-5BKC.html

Im really not sure what to do, I bought a clearance LG 22 inch monitor from tesco the other day for £89 but discovered it was VGA only and 1680x1050 so I took it back.

I need a monitor for my PS3 and PC. Im not fussed about a freeview tuner as I cant get Freeview where I live without a special arial and I can use a mixture of 4OD, iPlayer and TV catchup via either the PS3 or PC and if I ever were to fit a decent arial to my roof than I would almost certainly get PlayTV for my PS3. Plus I have Sky+ in another room anyway and if I wanted to I could simply buy a video sender or fit an old sky box/freesat box to the minidish.

The only problem with going down the PC monitor route is there will be sacrifices such as lack of remote control, tinny speakers, no scart or old RF input for my ps2,ps1,dreamcast or dvd 5.1 system. But I do have an old 15 inch crt TV up on a bracket which I can use to play the old consoles or go into the 5.1 setup menu and for the tinny sound I can either plug my PS3 into optical input on dvd 5.1 system, buy a set of wireless headphones, use PC speakers etc. Or I could always buy VGA cable for my DC (shenmue in slightly HD FTW!) or some other adapters for my other old consoles.

Or should I just pop down to richersounds and take the plunge on a 22inch LG 1080P TV for £189.95 yeah I save money on a monitor and can even get a bigger display for less, but the hassle free bonuses of a TV might make that worth it.

Im not sure though, being a geek I kind of enjoy all the messing about of using as many pieces of technology as possible, running different cables and adapters to make things work, going into sub menus and altering settings and a monitor will save me some money. As I know that this time next year 32inch non branded HDTVs will be £199 or less as standard. What would you guys do if you were me?
#15
thabiz
What would you guys do if you were me?


I can´t resist suggesting to get out a bit more... Just kidding of course:thumbsup:
#16
Lol, your right. But then again most people on these forums are sad acts like myself.;-)
#17
I need two new monitors (for my dual-monitor setup) and have fancied the Samsung P2070 for a while now (£119.99, but sadly out of stock at Dixons).

Any opinions on which is the better monitor of the two (the difference in size doesn't matter too much)?

Also, anyone know if the Samsung has a TN panel like this DELL has?

The one thing that put me off the Samsung was that it apparently doesn't tilt.
#18
A question please? If i wanted to buy a sound bar to go with this, which one would i need to purchase please? and secondly do I need to power it ir soes it take its power from the monitor, thanks
#19
Ego-X
Dell monitors are generally highly reputed, Hot price!


Except dell don't actually manuafacture stuff, so that could be hit n miss
#20
thabiz
This Viewsonic at dabs seems good for £135 also as it includes integrated speakers.
http://www.dabs.com/products/viewsonic-22--vx2260wm-wide-2ms-hdmi-tft-5BKC.html

Im really not sure what to do, I bought a clearance LG 22 inch monitor from tesco the other day for £89 but discovered it was VGA only and 1680x1050 so I took it back.

I need a monitor for my PS3 and PC. Im not fussed about a freeview tuner as I cant get Freeview where I live without a special arial and I can use a mixture of 4OD, iPlayer and TV catchup via either the PS3 or PC and if I ever were to fit a decent arial to my roof than I would almost certainly get PlayTV for my PS3. Plus I have Sky+ in another room anyway and if I wanted to I could simply buy a video sender or fit an old sky box/freesat box to the minidish.

The only problem with going down the PC monitor route is there will be sacrifices such as lack of remote control, tinny speakers, no scart or old RF input for my ps2,ps1,dreamcast or dvd 5.1 system. But I do have an old 15 inch crt TV up on a bracket which I can use to play the old consoles or go into the 5.1 setup menu and for the tinny sound I can either plug my PS3 into optical input on dvd 5.1 system, buy a set of wireless headphones, use PC speakers etc. Or I could always buy VGA cable for my DC (shenmue in slightly HD FTW!) or some other adapters for my other old consoles.

Or should I just pop down to richersounds and take the plunge on a 22inch LG 1080P TV for £189.95 yeah I save money on a monitor and can even get a bigger display for less, but the hassle free bonuses of a TV might make that worth it.

Im not sure though, being a geek I kind of enjoy all the messing about of using as many pieces of technology as possible, running different cables and adapters to make things work, going into sub menus and altering settings and a monitor will save me some money. As I know that this time next year 32inch non branded HDTVs will be £199 or less as standard. What would you guys do if you were me?


i need monitor to play my xbox 360 on. hoping the lgw2261vp price goes down
#21
Ripperoo
I need two new monitors (for my dual-monitor setup) and have fancied the Samsung P2070 for a while now (£119.99, but sadly out of stock at Dixons).

The one thing that put me off the Samsung was that it apparently doesn't tilt.


Having used multimonitors for quite some time now, I've found the best combination to be one 16:9 and a 4:3 of the same physical height and vertical resolution. Of course, it depends what your requirements are, but it allows you to go for a bigger physical size for the same outlay and the second screen is (imo) more useable.
#22
shud please the eco monkeys
#23
nice find....
#24
Ripperoo
I need two new monitors (for my dual-monitor setup) and have fancied the Samsung P2070 for a while now (£119.99, but sadly out of stock at Dixons).

Any opinions on which is the better monitor of the two (the difference in size doesn't matter too much)?

Also, anyone know if the Samsung has a TN panel like this DELL has?

The one thing that put me off the Samsung was that it apparently doesn't tilt.


At £120 it's a TN, no question. The two cheapest non-TN screens I know of on the market at the moment are the Samsung F2080 (1600x900, £180) and the Dell 2209WA (1680x1050, £200-250 depending on Dell's latest die roll on pricing).

I'm not keen on Samsung's monitor division after they went about hiding the differences between the various unlabled variations of the 226BW and their insistence on that impractical glossy black plastic even on models with adjustable stands so personally I'd go for the Dell.

jayjayuk1234
Except dell don't actually manuafacture stuff, so that could be hit n miss


I don't know if they design their own monitors but Dell do seem to be pretty consistent with quality (if not price, which roller-coasters all over the place).

tapi
Having used multimonitors for quite some time now, I've found the best combination to be one 16:9 and a 4:3 of the same physical height and vertical resolution. Of course, it depends what your requirements are, but it allows you to go for a bigger physical size for the same outlay and the second screen is (imo) more useable.


Don't you mean 16:10? You'll have trouble finding any 4:3 monitors that are 1080 pixels high, or even 768 these days.
#25
quite correct endless; sorry i was a bit hasty there and confusing myself, yes 1680x1050 and 1280x1024 (so was off on ratios on both :-) ) 16:10 and 5:4 - never get an exact match pixel height, but near enough as makes no difference.

lets you have the panoramic dead ahead and the extra to one side, seems much better to me than I've seen a few people do by having two screens symetrically with the facia directly in the middle (i.e a massive blank space directly in front and neither of the screens in your direct line).
#26
Basically is this a good option for ps3 and PC in my bedroom? Or would I be better off spending more on a HDTV? Are HDTVs TN screens like this or do they use better screens?
#27
to be honest, if your squeezed for cash, the monitor by the OP is a great buy. Dell monitors last a very long time, and have above average industry standard in picture quality at the time of release... Dells also come with good warranties and usually are better for returns for faults etc. IMO the dell monitor looks very nice anyway, with a nice shiny but not intrusive face to it
#28
Great stuff. In need of a monitor and it's a complete minefield out there! Went for this one. Ta!
#29
Well, I went ahead and purchased two of these monitors and I'm beginning to wish I hadn't.

First of all, not so much a real problem, but I thought the back panel was a satin silver, but it is in fact white. On closer inspection of the product page, the back panel does actually look white, so that's my own fault. Need to get some new eyes, I think! :)

Secondly, there is no DVI cable included , just a VGA cable. My 4-year old 19" 'AG Neovo' LCD came with both VGA & DVI, so that's a bit of a disappointment.

Thirdly, and my biggest gripe is that damn 2-3mm wide white border (which you can't easily make out on the Dell site) which is neither use nor ornament. It starts approx half way down each side of the screen and along the bottom. This prevents the monitors from being butted up against each other or with anything either side of them (speakers in my case). With both screens next to each other, the bottom corners of the screens touch, but there is a 5-6mm gap at the top. It's a bit hard to explain, so check out the pic
http://www.ripperoo.plus.com/hukd/dell_dual_300.jpg
[Click Image To Enlarge]

In hindsight, I think I should've went for the Samsungs, but it's too late now I suppose, so I'll just have to grow to like them!. :(

Other than the above the monitors are pretty damn good (lots of space for multiple windows open @ 1920x1080. :)

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