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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#1
this may get some heat good find

Edited By: ryu2406 on Mar 23, 2011 01:00
Gez777#2
Good find! also this is handy:
"A 3 yr on-site swap out manufacturers' warranty is supplied as standard"
RS2000#3
Little bit of Quidco as well.
wavesandcaves#4
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#5
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#6
I want 3 of these and put them in eyefinity with my 6950 :( but im a poor student
*Sloman*#7
could i get 2 for matching dual screen but only need 18/19"

Very good find! Heat+
master10#8
Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though
FatLadZ#9
master10
Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though


lol
*Sloman*#10
master10
Good price for 22" lED monitor but not HD, good price though

huh?
Resolution (H x V) 1920 x 1080 (16:9)
bbdom#11
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#12
1000:1 contrast ratio. Is that not a wee bit low?
tasman23#13
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#14
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#15
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#16
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#17
great price
Jammy007#18
Can anyone give me any reason why the contrast ratio is so low please?
DarkBat1#19
Jammy007
1000:1 contrast ratio. Is that not a wee bit low?

no.
tasman23#20
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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