Digimate L-2242WD 22" Black TFT Monitor Built-in Speakers 5 MS DVI only £97.98 Delivered @ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Panel Size : 22" WideScreen TFT LCD
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)
Pixel Pitch : 0.282 x 0.282mm
Display Colors : 16.7M
Brightness (cd/m2) : 300cd/m2
Contrast Ratio : 1000 : 1
Scan Frequency : H:31.5-80KHz V:60-75Hz
Response time : 5ms
Viewing Angle, H/V : 170 degree(H) / 170 degree(V)
OSD language : English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Input Signal : VGA (D-sub 15pin), DVI-D
Internal Speaker : Built-in stereo speakers

ONLY £97.34 DELIVERED

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#2
I notice this one has dvi input unlike the tesco direct lcd monitors. Voted hot
#3
Great value.
#4
Best price I've seen for a 22" with DVI. Hot
Would get this if I hadn't already got the Acer from PC World posted here a while back
#5
great value, but mine came with 4 stuck pixels, cant complain for this price tho.
#6
Good deal!

BTW, couldn't you just send it back if it had dodgy pixels? I know it's a pain but that would bug me.
#7
I have the 2442 24" DGM that I bought last Xmas for £240ish.
I would have preferred a 22" to be honest (as its slightly too big for me).
I also had a 19" digimate which is still going strong after 5 years.

Have no doubt that this 22" screen is very good value for money and will both perform and last well.

I had no dodge pixels on either btw, but my previous 17" Aria bought ariaValue Lcd did and it wasnt a problem to be honest (after I got over the shock), so if you do get a dodgy pixel (within stated tollerance) its not the end of the world and didnt bother movie viewing or game playing.
banned#8
good deal
#9
4 dodgy pixels is a bit much 1 or 2 fair enough, but 4! i'd ring up and complain or id at least break the dam monitor and send it back
#10
WHAT kinda power cord does this come with? Standard 3 pin UK one? Also does it have headphone socket? Thanks
#11
Cheaper at scan on the today only with free delivery
btw i had one these monitors a few months back but it sent back becuase it had terrible backlight bleed
#12
i bought the 24" model about 6 months back for about 250ukp, that does 1920x1200, so way above 1080i spec, i guess the 22" is just below 1080i

very nice shiny screen. speakers are ok, but nowhere near tv or pc speaker loudness. as someone above said, the dark colours (black) are a bit too bright still.

thought i had a stuck (red) pixel but it appears to be an intel windows driver issue (or vga cable?) as it doesn't show up on my mac via dvi.

as someone above said, 24" is a bit big for day-to-day work, more like a tv replacement than a monitor, and they aren't exactly skinny, must go back 3 inches or more, much more than either of my 19" lcd's, although the stand isn't too big.

my 24" came with uk and french 3-pin power cables, 3.5mm audio in cable and i think it even had the dvi+vga cables .

i can't believe 22" monitors are under 100ukp, you can't really lose. just a shame it doesn't have a remote control.
#13
£92.83 at scan computers and free delivery if you are an AV Forums member with sufficient posts to qualify
#14
Gunslinger
£92.83 at scan computers and free delivery if you are an AV Forums member with sufficient posts to qualify


There's no L-2242WD listed on Scan...

Scan
Your criteria "L-2242WD " returned 0 results

Do you have a link?

The closest I can find is a "22" Digimate-DGM L-2248WD Piano Black, Widescreen LCD, 5 ms, 1680x1050, 1000:1, Speakers" which is £99.29 Inc VAT delivered.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=914898
#15
hyperion;3530454
Good deal!

BTW, couldn't you just send it back if it had dodgy pixels? I know it's a pain but that would bug me.


Assuming the amount of stuck/dead pixels issue isn't outside the initial warranty you always have the DSR option on an item of this kind, meaning that as long as you inform them within 7 days of receipt, in writing (email / CS ticket is fine) that you wish to return the goods under the Distance Selling Regulations you'll be fine.

They can't retrospectively charge you delivery or a re-stocking fee (these aren't allowed under the DSR rules) however you are responsible for return costs - which is why it's very important you check and make sure there aren't any other 'faults' that would allow you to return it as dead on arrival (meaning faulty when received).

Ebuyer are usually pretty good (in my experience) on returns and will organise collection FOC.
#16
Good find Muhammad :)
#17
voted hot!
btw, can this be used with a digibox to watch tv?
#18
hyperion
Good deal!

BTW, couldn't you just send it back if it had dodgy pixels? I know it's a pain but that would bug me.


I could have, they don't get in the way so I didn't bother
#19
dead pixel info relating to the ISO standard can be found here

http://www.jacobsen.no/anders/blog/archives/2006/01/04/what_is_the_iso_134062_standard_for_lcd_screen_pixel_faults.html

and there are links off there to other places with info such as tomshardware
#20
Hmm since the speakers aren't that good,would I be able to use headphones? Also is there any warranty on this product?
#21
Price Now to £97.98

actually the above price is for the following model:

Digimate L-2249WD 22" TFT Monitor 1680x1050 300cd/m2 1000:1 5ms VGA Black 3 Years Warranty

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