Hanns.G 25" LCD Monitor - £134.98 Delivered @ CCL Online - HotUKDeals
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Posted before but deal wasnt popular... but now its even cheaper. Brilliant price for a 25" monitor! Select Budget Delivery to get it delivered free. (Or collect from Store)

EDIT: Go here for link: http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=54248&category_id=815&manufacturer_id=0

Stupid Edit Page wont let me alter the Direct Link :-(
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Specification

Screen
Screen Size 24.6 inch
Technology TFT active matrix
Matrix Type TFT TN
Widescreen Yes
Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Screen Pixels 2073600
Color Support 16.7 million colors
Response Time 2 ms
Dot Pitch 0.283 mm
Pixel pitch 0.283 m Dimension 582x179x422 mm


Features
Antiglear Screen Yes
Standarts Plug&Play, MPR-II
Brightness 300 cd/m2
Contrast 800:1
Dynamic contrast 15000:1
Max horizontal view angle 170°
Max vertical view angle 160°
Interfaces VGA (D-Sub), DVI-D (HDCP)
VESA Mounting

Audio
Speakers Yes
Speakers Power 2x1.50 W

Video
Horizontal Frequency Bandwidth (H-Sync Rate) 24-83 Hz
Vertical Frequency Bandwidth (V-Sync Rate) 48-75 MHz
Color Calibration Yes

Additional Features
Power Device Form Factor internal
Operational Power Consumption 50 W
Power Standy 1 W

HannsG HH251DPB 24.6 inch Wide TFT LCD Monitor 800:1 300cd/m2 1920 x 1080 2ms DVI (Black).

Main Features
HannsG HH251DPB 24.6 inch Wide TFT LCD Monitor
Panel Type: Active Matrix TFT
Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (typ.)
Contrast: 800:1
Pixel pitch: 0,283(H) x 0,283(V) mm
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Response time: 2 ms (GTG)
#2
I think its cheaper at ccl if you go thru quidco or similar and you get your cashback, not doing the sums, 3% vs0.5%
#3
800:1 contrast, not good. 1000:1 is expected from a TN panel.

Dynamic contrast is all fantasy nonsense in a TN too.

Could be good deal for office type use where contrast isn't an issue but for video this is an awful choice.
#4
If this would have an hdmi, it would be excellent tv...
800 vs 1000, you would be able to spot much difference
#5
Narkodrom
If this would have an hdmi, it would be excellent tv...
800 vs 1000, you would be able to spot much difference


You're right, you would be able to spot much difference.

I know that was a typo but it was a very insightful one. 800:1 isn't actually bad at all when you're looking at the desktop and using office apps. It's very hard for the eye to discern the range of light to dark in software like that. Unless you sit a great monitor next to this and then it would slap you in the face. Where it really reveals how bad it is at handling that range from black to white is with video. Movies on this are going to be medium grey to white at best and if you turn the back light off and tweak it, At best you'll get get a similar but noticeably darker grey to light grey that will be hard to see in daylight. 1000:1 is really not so good either but standard on a TN panel.

And this would make a terrible TV. No remote control and garbage speakers which I presume you wanted the HDMI for. I mean really, you'd want to hook up a HDMI cable to 1watt speakers? Those speakers were designed to replay beeps from software.

You'd also be in danger of a washed out picture (as of it wasn't already bad enough) unless you managed to watch it at a distance with the monitor lower than your eye line. Often when we use screens for TV's at a distance our eyes tend to be lower than the screen. When we use them as computer screens we tend to have them at or just below eye level. These kinds of TN panels lose most of the picture when viewed from even slightly below eye level. That's a disaster if you were to say have the monitor on a desk and watch it from x feet away on a couch.
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Narkodrom
If this would have an hdmi, it would be excellent tv...
800 vs 1000, you would be able to spot much difference

true. thats the native contrast so better to get 1000 over 800.all that dynamic stuff are overrated. they're still good. but even then you'll see most of those high dynamic displays have 1000:1 contrast. I have a 27.5" 800:1 & a 22" 1000:1 contrast monitor & the difference is huge. you can really tell in games &* movies in dark scenes.

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