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Panel Size:23"
Aspect RatioWidescreen (16:9)
Panel Type:TN Twisted Nematic
Optimal Resolution:1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
Contrast Ratio:Dynamic Contrast Ratio 50000:1 (max)
Brightness:250 cd/m2 (typical)
Response Time:5ms
Viewing Angle(160 vertical / 160 horizontal)
Colour Support:16.7 million colours
Pixel Pitch:0.266 mm
Display Type Anti-glare
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)
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#1
Is this a new model?

Wonder how it compare to the s2309...
#2
so does that mean it has a lower power consumption compared to the s2309?
#3
I deleted because it is obviously a s*%t alternative.
1 Like #4
jon1000jon;6380694
got a 22" hd tv for this price yesterday with dvd player, ipod dock and freeview....

LOL! I got a bike yesterday for about the same price too.
#5
Looks like a good deal, especially with the variety of inputs it has.
#6
Muffy
LOL! I got a bike yesterday for about the same price too.


Whys that funny? :?
#7
jon1000jon
got a 22" hd tv for this price yesterday with dvd player, ipod dock and freeview, i know its 1" smaller but the extra features make up for that, and it can be used as hd monitor as it has scart, hd port, vga and other connections.

Check this out, I know I might get slated here but its another option:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/485658/technika-22-hd-ready-lcd-tv-with-bu/


Hope it helps someone.
I know its not the best make but I got mine delivered yesterday and I think the quality is very good.


That Technika 22" is good if you want lots of features but bad if you want image quality from a monitor. The Dell will offer dramatically superior performance.

Also consider that you can play a DVD on any modern PC, and you can plug your ipod into the line input of a sound card so these aren't really great "extras" if you are using this as a monitor.

The all-in-one package might do as a cheap stand-alone tv/dvd but it's not a quality computer monitor: just look at the specs.
#8
Toybhoy
Whys that funny? :?


It's a joke on the irrelevance of the previous comment regarding a tv which has a completely different purpose to the Dell monitor
#9
I will not bother helping next time if people are going to be like that when people try to suggest alternatives.
#10
I was simply offering an alternative, I didnt mean to cause an argument, If you dont like the tv thats fine, Just that some people might like that because if you have a small study room it will save space.
#11
jon1000jon;6380897
I was simply offering an alternative, I didnt mean to cause an argument, If you dont like the tv thats fine, Just that some people might like that because if you have a small study room it will save space.

Sorry, I didn't mean to cause offence and I wouldn't want to stop people trying to help each other. I just thought that somebody looking for a high quality good brand monitor wouldn't be very interested in a no-name budget TV.
#12
Muffy
Sorry, I didn't mean to cause offence and I wouldn't want to stop people trying to help each other. I just thought that somebody looking for a high quality good brand monitor wouldn't be very interested in a no-name budget TV.


no problem, I can understand, I shouldnt have said anything, what an idiot i am.
Just that I had the tv delivered yesterday and I think the quality it good, and for the price and features it seems a good deal + £4.33 from quidco.

I shall keep quiet next time.
#13
jon1000jon
I will not bother helping next time if people are going to be like that when people try to suggest alternatives.


Hey jon

Don't take it personally and I hope you were not offended by my comments.

I thought your suggestion wasn't really a like for like comparison, but if it works for you buddy then that's fine by me :thumbsup:

I just felt I needed to point out to others that the image quality of the Dell would be better, but as you say if you haven't got much space and need an all-in-one solution then this has worked for you.

Keep posting and don't take any negative comments too seriously as there's some ruthless b*stards on here that will shoot down everything anyone says! You have to consider every thread as a whole and as long as there are more helpful and intelligent comments on this forum than negative ignorant ones then it will continue to be a good place :-D
#14
This looks pretty damn good.
The only downside for me is it's not wall mountable.
Does anyone know how easy it is to ge ta different stand that would fit this? Preferably height adjustable.
#15
Nice deal cheers!
#16
Could you plug a freesat box or a PS3 into this?
#17
I don't see why not, it's got all the connections.
#18
Im looking for a 1920x1080 monitor to use for Xbox 360 also so needs a HDMI port around £200. Would prefer a 24" - 23" (23.6 usually @ 1080p). Has anyone tried this one? Or is it brand new out? Anyone got any recommendations?
#19
Zek
Anyone got any recommendations?


Looking at your avatar, spend the money on plastic surgery instead :-D

How about this:
Iiyama ProLite E2407HDS 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black (£183.99)
#20
Zek
Im looking for a 1920x1080 monitor to use for Xbox 360 also so needs a HDMI port around £200. Would prefer a 24" - 23" (23.6 usually @ 1080p). Has anyone tried this one? Or is it brand new out? Anyone got any recommendations?


iiyama 24". can't go wrong. I use it for both ps3 and 360, both connected via hdmi. super quick response rate on it too, so no ghosting or flicker etc.

Hope this helps :thumbsup:
#21
OMG - this looks awesome!

VGA - DVI & HDMI
#22
I will, if you spend your money on a fully qualified chauffeur :)
Yeah that one is on my list, also the Asus VH242H.

I have a 1920x1200 T240HD and when I connect it using HDMI the quality isn't as good as a 720p 32" Samsung TV I have, which uses its own optimum resolution of 1366x768.
#23
jaegermc
iiyama 24". can't go wrong. I use it for both ps3 and 360, both connected via hdmi. super quick response rate on it too, so no ghosting or flicker etc.

Hope this helps :thumbsup:


Yeah it looks the best buy, or possibly this Dell one, just not sure about the white at the back!
Never noticed any ghosting on a monitor, but my LCD tv's have had some.
#24
looking for a monitor: Whats the best buy tho:
This
the illyama 24"
or this:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/466225/benq-24-lcd-monitor-g2420hd-d-sub-d/

Im confused: want it for xbox and monitor....
#25
jonathan_shave
looking for a monitor: Whats the best buy tho:
This
the illyama 24"
or this:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/466225/benq-24-lcd-monitor-g2420hd-d-sub-d/

Im confused: want it for xbox and monitor....


wow - that BenQ looks impressive.

I'm in the same situation as you - need a monitor for PC, XBOX 360, PS3 + PlayTV.
The BenQ looks perfect to me - better brightness than the Dell, so that's probably what i'm gonna go for :)

Just gotta gather the funds now :thumbsup:
#26
if this is any use to anyone...

tesco are clearing the acer x233hb instore for £109, this is 23 inch 1920x1080 but VGA only, no dvi/hdmi, saw a lot of these in Tesco Dalmarnock
#27
yeh. I also really want play tv and a ps3 but thinking of waiting on that one cos thats a bit too expensive. I like the look of the benQ one aswell its just that its a less respected brand!

if your looking for more hdmi sockets, this looks useful: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-Switch-input-output-Switcher/dp/B0020426AG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1253808705&sr=8-3. A nice HDMi splitter!!!
#28
Since when was BenQ less respected. BenQ make excellent products. I've bought 3x BenQ monitors, and 2x BenQ projectors in the past. At the right price I wouldn't hesitate to use them again. Good solid products.!
#29
jonathan_shave
yeh. I also really want play tv and a ps3 but thinking of waiting on that one cos thats a bit too expensive. I like the look of the benQ one aswell its just that its a less respected brand!

if your looking for more hdmi sockets, this looks useful: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duronic-Switch-input-output-Switcher/dp/B0020426AG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1253808705&sr=8-3. A nice HDMi splitter!!!


The BenQ has some good reviews, here & elsewhere.
The Dell was slated by CNET for it's poor brightness level - that's the reason i don't want the Dell; it's actually lower than the monitor i will be replacing it with :whistling:

Plus the BenQ has a headphone port - a deciding factor for me, as it would allow me to easily hook up PC speakers for to use with all my input devices :thumbsup:

I have a similar HDMI splitter - they're pretty good.

I'm probably gonna have my setup like this: PC = DVI, X360 = HDMI, PS3 = HDMI (splitter)
#30
Hi,
I've been looking around for a 22" monitor and thought i had found a good buy with this one

[URL="http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/9554329/LG-W2261V-22-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/Product.html"]

but is this Dell monitor better value for money?
Thanks
#31
Ceri
Hi,
I've been looking around for a 22" monitor and thought i had found a good buy with this one

[URL="http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/9554329/LG-W2261V-22-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/Product.html"]

but is this Dell monitor better value for money?
Thanks


LG - 22"
Dell - 23"
BenQ - 24"

^ that's the only difference i can tell.

The LG looks like a great deal imo.
I don't think a 24" monitor will really fit nicely on my desk - so i may go with the LG myself (changed my mind yet again) :)
#32
Seems a very similar spec to the 24" Dell which I bought a few weeks ago for a bargainous £149 :-D The S2409W http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?sku=320-7345&cs=19&c=us&l=en Same type of stand/frame etc.

However picture quality is only so so, which is the same with all these TN panelled monitors.....

Also I think I'm right is saying that if you want to use the HDMI connection, then you will need the additional soundbar speaker attachment. [but not sure] :thinking:
#33
LG W2361V-PF 23" TFT Widescreen

better looking and better spec monitor for the same price, I got one and it is brilliant. Backlight bleed is very minimal once brightness was adjusted, the colours are vivid, and of course great gaming response
#34
[B][I]High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a copyright protection system that is incorporated into the DVI connector. [B]It helps stop unauthorized duplication of copyrighted content. HDCP allows you to play protected content media such as movies and concerts. It checks the signal to prevent piracy, allowing only legal copies of content to display.
Just thought I would comment on what HDCP REALLY means . I mean we all ARE 100% honest and would never dream of playing a copy dvd would we. I will definatly NOT be buying this or the Philips 220sw which has the same protection
#35
There's always the like of http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvdhd.html to get round HDCP issues....

For instance my PC won't let me play genuine blurays through a DVI connection [works OK with HDMI I understand] because of HDCP, but AnyDVDhd sorts it :thumbsup:
#36
Thanks for all the opinions on the LG 22 monitor. Think I will now def buy one for my photo work.
Thanks Everyone

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