Digimate L-2442WD 24" Widescreen TFT LCD 1920 x 1200 DVI - £190.37 Delivered @Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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* Panel Size: 24" Widescreen TFT LCD
* Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
* Pixel Pitch: 0.270 x 0.270 mm
* Display Colors: 16.7M
* Brightness (cd/m2): 500cd/m2
* Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
* Scan frequency: H: 30-82 KHz V: 56-75Hz
* Response time: 6ms
* OSD Language: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch
* Input Signal: VGA (D-sub 15pin), DVI-D
* Speakers: Built-in Stereo Speakers
* Power Supply: AC 100~240V, 50~60Hz
* Power Consumption: Max 48W, Standby 2W
* Net Weight: 5.4 / 6.8 Kg
* Monitor Dimension (WxHxD mm): 580 x 490 x 140 mm
* Regulation Safety
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Cheapest 24" around i think.

Sometimes Aria have the BenQ for £189 or so.
only one problem Digimate warrenty repairs are really poor. i bought a 32" digimate tv and it failed with a black line running down the screen which they agreed to repair as there was a month left on the 12 month warrenty. it took 3 weeks to repair the tv but when it was returned thy had damaged all front casing with big gauges and scratches all over the top of the tv. another issue as that it was repaired with a 2nd hand panel that was warped and there was a big gap between the casing and the panel which ended up with Polystyrene stuck in the gap due to bad packaging.

that tv was returned and as they had no more front casings in stock that were not damaged i had to wait another 4 weeks for them to repair the tv. my tv was away for 7 weeks in total due to Digimate`s poor repair quality and lack of care. im so glad this tv is not my main tv for my living room as i would not of been as patient. all the above was bad but the worst thing was the chasing up and all the promises of return calls that never happened to get the issue sorted out.

in my opinion you would be better off spending a little more and getting a monitor from a brand that you know at least it wont take 7 weeks to fix should it happen to fail.

However delivery in 6-8 days is another £11.99 +VAT so it comes to £196.59
is this a VA panel?
is this a VA panel?
Could very well be....

Official specs say: "Viewing Angle (H/V) : 180 degree(H) / 180 degree(V)"

And OCUK have the same one that says VA in the specs.

Edit: However, one of the eBuyer reviews say that you could get a TN panel
not going to risk it then have to pay postage to return it
not going to risk it then have to pay postage to return it

My sentiments exactly!

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