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Hanns-G 28" monitor + 3 year on-site warranty + £11 quidco £265.86

£265.86 @ Misco
great price for a 28" monitor(27.5" viewable) if you go through quidco you get £11 back aswell, I read several reviews before I bought mine and theres a mixture of positive and negative, having got th…
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
great price for a 28" monitor(27.5" viewable) if you go through quidco you get £11 back aswell, I read several reviews before I bought mine and theres a mixture of positive and negative, having got this monitor it looks fantastic but you need to take the time to calibrate it as it looks like poo straight out of box in all honesty. mine came with no dead pixels, it is great for movies and games!

£265.86 including postage, mine was sent out next day and came day after with citylink.

monitor has hdcp support aswell on the hdmi

Hanns-G HG281DJ 28 Inch TFT Monitor
A truly fantastic display for the desktop, the HannsG HG281DJ is a 28 inch flat panel display equipped with HDMI and VGA connectivity, ready for next generation technology. A visual spectacular is ensured as this TFT monitor can display an incredible 16.7 million colours and pack in a breath-taking 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. Backed with an swift-performing response time of just 5ms, this is a brilliant device for delivering smooth motion and astonishing gaming action.

The embedded 2.5W speakers deliver crisp stereo sound and the screen's contrast ratio is set at an outstanding 800:1. Meeting TCO 03 emission standards and equipped with physical anti-theft security thanks to a Kensington lock slot, the HannsG HG281DJ is the large screen that's welcome in any computing environment.



Features
28" (69,85 cm) Wide
Black Glossy Frame
1920 x 1200
2 x 2.5 Watt Speakers
VESA Standard, 200mm
Swivel Base
Height Adjustable


Specifications
Product Description Hanns-G HG281DJ 28 Inch TFT Monitor
Diagonal Size 27,5" (69,85 cm) Wide
Colour Black
Device Type Active Matrix TFT Monitor
Max Resolution WUXGA 1920 x 1200
Pixel Pitch 0.309 (H) x 0.309 (V) mm
Interface VGA (HD-15), HDMI
Response Time 5 ms
Contrast Ratio 800:1
Image Brightness 500 cd/m²
Audio 2 x 2.5 Watt Stereo Speakers
Display 16.7 million colours
Viewing Angle 160° horizontal, 160° vertical
Dimensions ( W x D x H ) 668 x 211 x 486 mm
Weight 10.8 kg
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PSmith222


no stock tho
#4
tooo bad, 800:1 contrast is a downer
#5
Does this have 1:1 pixel mapping? so if you set it to 1920x1080 or plugged in a PS3 will it have black bars along the top/bottom? It may have a menu option to enable this?

Why do it want that? so if i plug in a freeview box with hdmi it wont stretch the picture!
#6
Leepox
tooo bad, 800:1 contrast is a downer


For most people it will be neither here nor there!

Even if someone wants to watch movies with it, lets face it, they very likely are used to raised black levels and saturated upper end!
#7
Excellent monitor – I give it full marks – Also won Computer shopper award for best value monitor this month.

Misco do not have any in stock but they do order on request, hence my monitor took less than a week to arrive from misco.
#8
Alternatively from here too .. http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-025-OK .. £258.49 inc VAT (excl. Deliv)
#9
saw this a couple of weeks back, good price.
#10
Leepox
tooo bad, 800:1 contrast is a downer


You won't find more than 1000:1 contrast at this price range (real, not dynamic) and this can actually acheive close to the stated contrast so it should be fairly good in that respect.

This is a repost though, is it possible to merge the deals or something?
#11
This question was asked on the other thread but no-one seemed to answer it.

Does anyone know how this screen handles inputs other than at its native resolution?

How is it at scaling lower resolutions and how does it handle none 16:10 sources such as from a PS3 etc, i.e. is it just stretched to 16:10 or can it be kept in its oar?
#12
My understanding of this monitor is that it streches any image to 1920 x 1200, and therefore will be of limited use for non pc use.

I am currently considering buying one of these to replace my aging 21" CRT monitor. For pics and comments regarding 16:9 ratios I would suggest you look here:

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=17903713

The whole PS3, 360 16:9 debate starts on page 4 post 91 onwards
#13
Thanks go to PoisonJam who originally posted this, but due to the age of the old thread we're going to let this one run. :)
#14
I'm very tempted, but there's some things I'm curious about first:

What exactly does an 'on site warranty' constitute - does it mean that someone would visit and take it apart at your house, or does it mean that they'd come with a replacement or something?

Also, do you have to register at a certain place with certain details in a certain time-frame after buying the monitor if you wish to be covered by the warranty?

EDIT: Also, just so I know - does it come with any cables in the box?

Thanks :)
#15
Awesome price! Does anyone know if these are wall mountable?
#16
Hell of a big screen for the money - heat!
1 Like #17
Also available for [SIZE=4]£258.24[/SIZE] with free delivery at Novatech (it is the same monitor). Plus ~£6.55Quidco cashback :thumbsup:

Mattitude;2947861
What exactly does an 'on site warranty' constitute - does it mean that someone would visit and take it apart at your house, or does it mean that they'd come with a replacement or something?
The latter - i.e. comes with replacement to your house. Note that this will not necessarily be a brand new one, but you may be able to get back your original monitor after it's repaired if required - read full warranty T&C here.

Mattitude;2947861
Also, do you have to register at a certain place with certain details in a certain time-frame after buying the monitor if you wish to be covered by the warranty?
Most probably comes with a warranty card you can post off, but can be done online too, & sooner the better after receiving it I'd imagine.

Mattitude;2947861
EDIT: Also, just so I know - does it come with any cables in the box?
Probably does - Novatech's specs say it's "Supplied with HDMI to DVI lead for connection to DVI on PC" (also see in official specs - link below)


TeddyT;2948194
Awesome price! Does anyone know if these are wall mountable?
"VESA Standard, 200mm" - mentioned in specs too (see below for links), so yes. Make sure to get the correct one to match this particular monitor mount's dimensions/measurements though, as it may not be a standard one.

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All detailed specs & official info about this monitor can be obtained here.

A very recent review by TrustedReviews.

[COLOR=#ff0000][COLOR=black]For monitor warranty replacement: "Call Manufacturer direct on 0871 8552425"[/COLOR][/COLOR]

Contact Hanns.G UK here.
#18
Crossbow
Also available for [SIZE=4]£258.24[/SIZE] with free delivery at Novatech (it is the same monitor). Plus ~£6.55Quidco cashback :thumbsup:

The latter - i.e. comes with replacement to your house. Note that this will not necessarily be a brand new one, but you may be able to get back your original monitor after it's repaired if required - read full warranty T&C here.

Most probably comes with a warranty card you can post off, but can be done online too, & sooner the better after receiving it I'd imagine.

Probably does - another site says it's "Supplied with HDMI to DVI lead for connection to DVI on PC" (also see in official specs - link below)


"VESA Standard, 200mm" - mentioned in specs too (see below for links), so yes.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

All detailed specs & official info about this monitor can be obtained here.

A very recent review by TrustedReviews.

[COLOR=#ff0000][COLOR=black]For monitor warranty replacement: "Call Manufacturer direct on 0871 8552425"[/COLOR][/COLOR]

Contact Hanns.G UK here.


Thanks, that information is much appreciated - I'm gonna go for one :thumbsup:

Thanks to the OP too - heated and repped both :)
#19
Seems like an excellent deal for such a large monitor.

800:1 might sound low, but for your average computer monitor it is more than enough. Maybe if you use it to game on all day long or watch movies regularly it would be a different matter. The lack of 1:1 pixel mapping for video inputs is an issue.
#20
Wow, thanks for the heads up guys, heat added.

I was looking for a decent HDCP big screen, but 28" is a lot more real estate than I thought I'd get!.

I guess that's my PC well & truly 'pimped' now!

(recent spend on my trusty Dell Dimension 9200 includes 4gb of RAM, an Intel Quad core CPU, 9600 series graphics card & now this incredible 28" display for a 'front-end')

Cheers!
#21
The lack of 1:1 pixel mapping for video inputs is an issue.

what does it mean, could u explain please?
1 Like #22
Narkodrom
what does it mean, could u explain please?


A full HD picture uses the resolution of 1920 x 1080 with an aspect ratio of 16:9. This monitor has a resolution of 1920 x1200 due to the shape of the screen which has an spect ration of 16:10.

If this monitor did 1 To 1 pixel mapping then it would only display what it received. For example if you pluged in a PS3 which was sending it a 1920 x 1080 source then it would diplay 1920 pixels wide and 1080 verticle which obiviously leaves a gap of 120 pixels which the monitor would disaply as a black bar.

This monitor does not do 1 to 1 mapping so it will "stretch" the image to fill the whole screen so the remianing 120 pixels will be filled. The problem is each pixel is then replicated to slightly more than one pixel verticly which makes the image looks stretched and un natural

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