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Hanns G HL225DBB - 22" Widescreen LED LCD Monitor - £99.99 Delivered @ Play

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* Display size 54,6 cm / 21.5" WIDE
* Panel Type TN TFT LCD / LED backlight
* Brightness 250 cd/m² (typ.)
* Contrast (typ.) 1000:1
* Pixel pitch 0,248(H) x 0,248(V) mm
* Resolution (H x V) 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
* Response time 5 ms (typ.)
* View angles (CR>10) H/V 170°/160°
* Display colors 16,7 Mio colors
* Display Surface Anti-Glare
* Input 1 VGA
* Input 2 DVI-D (HDCP)
* Supply AC 100~240V, 50~60Hz internal
* Consumption 28 W
* Operation Temp/Hum 5 ~ 35°C 20% ~ 85%
* Dimension (W*D*H) 515 x 375 x 45 mm
* Net weight 3,1 kg
* Tilt -5°~ 15°
* Kensington Lock ¿
* VESA mounting VESA Standard, 100mm
* On screen display EN,DE,FR,ES,IT,PT,NL,RU,SC,TC,JS,KR
* Safety CE, CB, GOST, 3C
* Emission TCO 5
* Power saving Energy Star 5.0
* Extras 1 Windows 7 compliant
* incl Accessory Cable (Power, VGA), Quick-Start-Guide, Usermanual (CD)

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    ryu2406
    this may get some heat good find

    Edited By: ryu2406 on Mar 23, 2011 01:00
    Gez777
    Good find! also this is handy:
    "A 3 yr on-site swap out manufacturers' warranty is supplied as standard"
    RS2000
    Little bit of Quidco as well.
    wavesandcaves
    I don't know how it compares to the benq G2222HDL that's less than a tenner more but less than £100 for a LED 22" is pretty awesome; heat added! :D
    bbdom
    I've had a 19" Hanns G Monitor for years - always been spot on.

    I so nearly reached for my wallet just then for a pair of these............
    dom99
    I want 3 of these and put them in eyefinity with my 6950 :( but im a poor student
    *Sloman*
    could i get 2 for matching dual screen but only need 18/19"

    Very good find! Heat+
    master10
    Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though
    FatLadZ
    master10
    Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though



    lol
    *Sloman*
    master10
    Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though

    huh?
    Resolution (H x V) 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
    bbdom
    FatLadZ
    master10
    Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though



    lol

    As above - 1920 x 1080

    Also has HDCP on the DVI so you can use a HDMI to DVI adapter (couple of quid) to watch your 1080p films on this.
    Jammy007
    1000:1 contrast ratio. Is that not a wee bit low?
    tasman23
    good price , but im thinking to buy :

    Philips Brilliance C-line 226C2SB LCD TFT 21.5" Full HD Monitor
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/243026

    or

    Philips 232E2SB Full HD TFT LCD 23" DVI-D Monitor
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/251517

    What ya think guys ?
    master10
    bbdom
    FatLadZ
    master10
    Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though



    lol

    As above - 1920 x 1080

    Also has HDCP on the DVI so you can use a HDMI to DVI adapter (couple of quid) to watch your 1080p films on this.

    No HDMI connection was what I meant to say
    ibiza
    Will pay for itself in under a year if replacing a large LCD monitor that is heavily used.

    However, 28 W seems a tiny bit high as I am sure there was a 24 inch here recently only using 23W.
    bbdom
    ibiza
    Will pay for itself in under a year if replacing a large LCD monitor that is heavily used.

    However, 28 W seems a tiny bit high as I am sure there was a 24 inch here recently only using 23W.

    I wouldn't go that far but if you were saving 40 watts and had it on 24/7 and assuming a rate of 10p per kWh then you'd save £35 a year ......

    40W = 0.04Kw * 24 = 0.96kWh per day * 365 days = 350.4kWh * £0.10 = £35.04

    But then I'm being pedantic - these shouldn't lose brightness as CCFL tubes do and also shouldn't discolour over time (pink screens ....)
    JustExtreme
    great price
    Jammy007
    Can anyone give me any reason why the contrast ratio is so low please?
    DarkBat1
    Jammy007
    1000:1 contrast ratio. Is that not a wee bit low?

    no.
    tasman23
    Jammy007
    Can anyone give me any reason why the contrast ratio is so low please?


    lol , its ok , you thinking about dynamic contrast witch is 15000000:1

    thats contrast ratio witch its more than ok

    so: Image Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 / 15000000:1 (dynamic)

    Edited By: tasman23 on Mar 24, 2011 03:20

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