Dell ST2310 23" Full HD Widescreen Monitor £143.66 WAS £174.88 - HotUKDeals
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Panel Size:
23"(58 cm)
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen (16:9)
Panel Type:
TN Twisted Nematic
Optimal Resolution:
1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
Contrast Ratio:
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 50000:1 (max)
250 cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time:
Viewing Angle
(160 vertical / 160 horizontal)
Colour Support:
16.7 million colours
Pixel Pitch:
0.266 mm
Display Type
Device Type
Full HD Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor


High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Digital Visual Interface - Digital (DVI-D) with High Definition Content
Protection (HDCP)
Video Graphics Array (VGA)

Cheaper then Amazon who are selling it at £179.36.

10% cashback from quidco or TCB too!, Thanks veyronj
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don't forget quidco or tcb !!! 5% for tcb, 10% for quidco =D
don't forget quidco or tcb !!! 10% =D

seriously?? you get 10% quidco with Dell do you ?

if you do that takes it to under 130, that's crazy price for a screen like that
Got this monitor a few months ago at £160 from Dell, am very happy with it, nice screen sharp colours and edges, shows the Blu-Ray off very well. It has a white back to it which many find to be a problem i solved this by placing the monitor against a wall so that i looked at the front bit with the computer screen on it!
I bought the ST2210 for £113.00 and it is a magnificent piece of kit.

Dont forget that they come with three years warranty too.
I am looking to upgrade from a BenQ 19" non-Widescreen monitor. I do alot of programming so it would be nice to have some extra room on screen.

Can anyone tell me whether it's worth paying extra for 1) a 24", I've heard complaints 1920x1080 is too small on 22", whats it like on 23"? 2) an LED monitor like some LG ones around £180-£190 - the contrast ratio's seem great but I have heard their not so great for games?

This is very tempting!

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