Hanns G HH241D 24 inch Widescreen LCD Monitor £124.79 @ Play (3yr Warranty ) - HotUKDeals
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* 23.6" Wide
* 300 cd/m2 brightness
* 1000:1 contrast
* 1920*1080 res
* 5ms response
* VGA, DVI (HDCP) and Audio Inputs
* 2x 1w speakers
* 5-15deg tilt
* kensington lock
* VESA 100mm
* 3yr Warranty
* Black
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#1
Might be worth including 3 year warranty in you header, fella.
#2
I have a Hannd-G monitor - smaller than this one, had it for a couple of years - very pleased with it. Still no dead pixels - I could do with an HDCP compliant one though, mine is only VGA
#3
kristoff
Might be worth including 3 year warranty in you header, fella.


Have done cheers
#4
Looks ok to me
suspended#5
what's the power usage on this ?
#6
As its HDCP compliant will it work with a ps3? DVI -> HDMI
#7
needsoftware
As its HDCP compliant will it work with a ps3? DVI -> HDMI


Yes but you'll need to route the audio to a dedicated source as DVI-D doesn't carry an audio signal
#8
good price £141 @ amazon plus 3 reviews
#9
Had this for a a few months.

Good quality - use it for iplayer
#10
I say this a lot but it's worth saying . PLAY.COM are outside the UK and so aren't covered under the UK Sale of Goods Act or Distance Selling Regs.

There is a Channel Islands equiv. but it's a toothless beast - CI Trading Standards seem unwilling to do much.

The DSR is particularly important with monitors too - you may get a monitor with dead pixels and the manuf will have some nonsense rule about some dead pixels being 'acceptable' - but the DSR kicks this nonsense into touch, if your monitor has dead pixels, you return it.

I cannot really recommend getting hardware like this from PLAY - if you do, and it goes wrong, don't come crying here...
#11
therealjohnpeat
I say this a lot but it's worth saying . PLAY.COM are outside the UK and so aren't covered under the UK Sale of Goods Act or Distance Selling Regs.

There is a Channel Islands equiv. but it's a toothless beast - CI Trading Standards seem unwilling to do much.

The DSR is particularly important with monitors too - you may get a monitor with dead pixels and the manuf will have some nonsense rule about some dead pixels being 'acceptable' - but the DSR kicks this nonsense into touch, if your monitor has dead pixels, you return it.

I cannot really recommend getting hardware like this from PLAY - if you do, and it goes wrong, don't come crying here...


What about if you pay on Credit Card, if the product comes damaged e.g. dead pixels you maybe able to claim through your CC disputes team.
#12
*Sloman*
What about if you pay on Credit Card, if the product comes damaged e.g. dead pixels you maybe able to claim through your CC disputes team.

Dead pixels are not 'damage' - the process of making LCD screens can leave dead pixels and most manufacturers usually have a rule as to how many/where they are before they'll replace the unit (bigger the monitor - more dead pixels they see as acceptable!!)

CC coverage is great - but my point was that buying from Play (or Pixmania or any other non-UK source) is throwing your consumer rights into the bin - do you really want to do that???
#13
133.99 now

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