Digimate L-2280WD 22" Monitor - DVI-D -Speakers, £92.99 @eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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I stumbled across this whilst looking for monitors. Seems like a good price for a 22" with DVI-D connection and speakers.

Digimate L-2280WD 22" Monitor

Panel Size : 22" Widescreen TFT LCD
Resolution : 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)
Pixel Pitch : 0.248 x 0.248mm
Display Colours : 16.7M
TFT LCD Resolution - 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)
Contrast Ratio - 700: 1
Response time - 5ms
Viewing Angle - H/V 170 degree(H) / 170 degree(V) OSD

I can't find whether it has HDCP support or not though.
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1 Like #1
£88.79 (if you have the free delivery offer with scan) here - http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=30955
#2
thespiderpig
£88.79 (if you have the free delivery offer with scan) here - http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=30955

Comes up as £103.79 Inc VAT, or am I missing something?
1 Like #3
You need to go to the today only page and buy it from there to get the £88.79 price at scan.

My father bought the 23" version and its ok, a fair bit of backlight bleed etc, certainly a budget monitor but ok for his needs.
1 Like #4
Scans deals of the today
#5
This monitor look amazing with my mac
banned#6
My father bought the 23" version and its ok, a fair bit of backlight bleed etc, certainly a budget monitor but ok for his needs.[/quote]

This is a rubbish comment, this is not a Budget monitor. This is actually a FANTASTIC monitor, maybe your dad is running it on a VGA cable, but I have a HDMI connection on my pci so run it on a HDMI to DVI input, its amazing, I must admit it actually looks sharper and crisper than my 42" LG Full HD LCD Panel. Incidentally I purchased the 23" from Scan for £108 about a year ago
banned#7
[/quote] My father bought the 23" version and its ok, a fair bit of backlight bleed etc, certainly a budget monitor but ok for his needs.[/quote]

This is a rubbish comment, this is not a Budget monitor. This is actually a FANTASTIC monitor, maybe your dad is running it on a VGA cable, but I have a HDMI connection on my pci so run it on a HDMI to DVI input, its amazing, I must admit it actually looks sharper and crisper than my 42" LG Full HD LCD Panel. Incidentally I purchased the 23" from Scan for £108 about a year ago[/quote]
1 Like #8
I think he is referring to the Today Only page. but it is a slightly older model on there "DGM L-2262WD"

dean_brfc
thespiderpig
£88.79 (if you have the free delivery offer with scan) here -http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=30955
Comes up as £103.79 Inc VAT, or am I missing something?
4 Likes #9
Roccostan
jonstone12
My father bought the 23" version and its ok, a fair bit of backlight bleed etc, certainly a budget monitor but ok for his needs.


This is a rubbish comment, this is not a Budget monitor. This is actually a FANTASTIC monitor, maybe your dad is running it on a VGA cable, but I have a HDMI connection on my pci so run it on a HDMI to DVI input, its amazing, I must admit it actually looks sharper and crisper than my 42" LG Full HD LCD Panel. Incidentally I purchased the 23" from Scan for £108 about a year ago


those pesky vga cables are well-known for causing backlight bleed ;)


Edited By: Ike on Jan 11, 2011 20:30
#10
Also note that unlike other 22" monitors this is NOT full HD - it's 1680x1050 rather than 1920x1080. Some people might prefer the old 16:10 ratio I guess though :)

Personally, having gone from a 20" 1680x1050 to 22" 1920x1080 only last month, I can really recommend spending the extra £10-15 to get the higher resolution. Those pixels do matter, especially for two documents next to each other etc...
#11
I would never buy a DGM again. Both my DGM 24" monitors went, one within warranty one not. They have had my monitor for 6 months now. They say they will send me a replacement soon, but i'll not hold my breath.

Absolutely rubbish company. It's a shame as the monitor picture quality was great.
#12
tickedon
Also note that unlike other 22" monitors this is NOT full HD - it's 1680x1050 rather than 1920x1080. Some people might prefer the old 16:10 ratio I guess though :)

Personally, having gone from a 20" 1680x1050 to 22" 1920x1080 only last month, I can really recommend spending the extra £10-15 to get the higher resolution. Those pixels do matter, especially for two documents next to each other etc...


Agreed, the extra screen real estate is very handy if you use it
#13
Roccostan
My father bought the 23" version and its ok, a fair bit of backlight bleed etc, certainly a budget monitor but ok for his needs.

This is a rubbish comment, this is not a Budget monitor. This is actually a FANTASTIC monitor, maybe your dad is running it on a VGA cable, but I have a HDMI connection on my pci so run it on a HDMI to DVI input, its amazing, I must admit it actually looks sharper and crisper than my 42" LG Full HD LCD Panel. Incidentally I purchased the 23" from Scan for £108 about a year ago[/quote]

I'd argue your comment was rubbish and his was decent. This is not an amazing monitor. Look at the contrast ratio 700:1. We haven't seen contrast that bad for donkeys years. Your eyes will literally bleed and fall out trying to enjoy porn on this.


Edited By: techpops on Jan 13, 2011 01:17
#14
I bought a dgm monitor from scan a few months back, it had lots of dead pixels. Scan refused to exchange/refund. Therefore cold.

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