HannsG 24" Widescreen LCD Gaming Monitor 16:10 Widescreen, 1920x1080 Resolution , 5MS Response Time, 15,000:1 Contrast Ratio, HDMI and VGA Inputs, 3yr On-site Warranty Only £149.49 Delivered @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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HannsG 24" Widescreen LCD Gaming Monitor 16:10 Widescreen, 1920x1080 Resolution , 5MS Response Time, 15,000:1 Contrast Ratio, HDMI and VGA Inputs, 3yr On-site Warranty Only £149.49 Delivered @ Novatech

£149.49 @ Novatech
HH241HPB is a large 23.6" widescreen 16:10 format display which brings to the home a perfect balance between best value performance with full high definition technology supporting the requirements for… Read More
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HH241HPB is a large 23.6" widescreen 16:10 format display which brings to the home a perfect balance between best value performance with full high definition technology supporting the requirements for digital home media and cinematic applications. Thanks to the 16:10 format cut you can view your photos or movies over a broader cinematic area for a thrilling experience. The Novatech HH241HPB full high definition display supports the Blu-ray devices for FHD/HD true digital content with a dramatic visual impact for entertainment and multitasking. Novatech HH241HPB is a brilliant display reproducing crisp data and media over a cinematic format with the added benefits of a higher resolution performance. In addition, the aesthetically pleasing design portrays a contemporary style that easily compliments any home or work environment.

Features
- Screen: 23.6" HD Ready screen (1920 x 1080)
- Brightness: 300 cd/m2
- Contrast Ratio: 15,000:1
- Response time: 5ms
- Connectivity: HDMI, VGA (Supplied with HDMI-DVI Lead so will connect to DVI Port)
- Multimedia Speakers
- 3 years warranty included
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#1
realblender
i like the spin on the aspect ratio

i.e. it's actually 16/9 not 16/10. :)
#2
Is this a better deal than the one posted below
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/525061/benq-g2420hd-full-hd-monitor-with-h

Cheers
#3
im in need of a nice HD monitor..
waiting for the same answer as whiskymincher
#4
The Benq one has a better Contrast ratio and looks a lot nicer imo, plus, I have just ordered a Benq one :)
#5
Probably identical other than casing and badge. I've heard good things about novatech, no opinion on oyyy.
#6
I can't say for this monitor, but I just purchased the Benq G2420HD last week, and think it's probably the best computing buy I've made - it's my first 24 inch, but it's beautiful, and works well. It's relatively cheap, very light, and had no dead pixels.

My purchasing decision was made on the basis of this excellent review:
http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/review/2009/review-benq-g2411hd-part6.html
The screen is also recommended (but not quite on) the PC Pro A-List for value monitors.
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/monitors/352171/benq-g2411hd
(note this is for the G2411HD, but I understand that this range all use the same panel)

Prad compare the specifications of the two monitors here:
http://www.prad.de/en/guide/screen5594.html
http://www.prad.de/en/guide/screen5644.html
#7
I've got the 28" version of this, had it for over a year now and can recommend it / HannsG.
#8
Wow prices just keep falling. £150 is a really nice deal, have some heat.
:)

My 20" Samsung 1680 x 1050 was £200 only a few years back.

Last year I bought the Hanns G 28" HDMI monitor from Novatech, I really like it, it's some piece of viewing real estate (it was £260 and it's about £245 @ Kikatek now).

(I was going to go for a 24" monitor but back then the 28" was more or less the same price.)
#9
do you need a decent graphics card or are onboard graphics ok for this size monitor?

TIA
#10
vale of clwyd
do you need a decent graphics card or are onboard graphics ok for this size monitor?

TIA


Depends on if you'll be gaming. If yes, then you'll definitely need a good card to drive that resolution! For onboard (non-gaming), you should check the specs as many on-board cards don't support that resolution.
#11
vale of clwyd
do you need a decent graphics card or are onboard graphics ok for this size monitor?

TIA


Yes all modern integrated graphics are ok with this resolution. But no good for games or HD video unless its a suitable Intel (4500HD, GMA500(Netbook GPU)) ATI Mobile HD series or nVidia 8400 upwards (including ION (aka 9300/9400)):thumbsup:
#12
does anyone have size with stand /
thanks
#13
whiskymincher
Is this a better deal than the one posted below
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/525061/benq-g2420hd-full-hd-monitor-with-h

Cheers


I think the BenQ is better, it has HDCP (can plug xbox directly in) not sure about the above one. And it has a microphone socket for some quiet gaming/movies.
#14
yes i went for the BenQ one also, it has the edge on specs for me , !!!
#15
whiskymincher
Is this a better deal than the one posted below
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/525061/benq-g2420hd-full-hd-monitor-with-h

Cheers


benq has a headphone socket,nice for late night 360 gaming?
#16
3% Quidco as well :thumbsup:
#17
Had my 19 inch HG lcd for nearly 5 years now with no problems at all , it was even hit square on the screen by a falling shelf which left a faint mark that cant be seen until the monitor is off ie black screen HOT
#18
silverback
I think the BenQ is better, it has HDCP (can plug xbox directly in) not sure about the above one.


This one is HDCP compliant - you can't have an HDMI socket without it.
#19
Gixxerman001
This one is HDCP compliant - you can't have an HDMI socket without it.


Only if it says HD ready on it according to Wikipedia

"On January 19, 2005, the European Information, Communications, and Consumer Electronics Technology Industry Associations (EICTA) announced that HDCP is a required component of the European "HD ready" label."

Although I dare say it will support it, the other one has better reviews and I can't be bothered to check this one has the support for HDCP so I think I'll go for the BenQ
#20
maths fail, this is not 16:10 its 16:9....
#21
Are all low to moderately priced flatscreens 6 bit TN panels?

Sounds like a bit of a compromise.
#22
silverback
Only if it says HD ready on it according to Wikipedia

"On January 19, 2005, the European Information, Communications, and Consumer Electronics Technology Industry Associations (EICTA) announced that HDCP is a required component of the European "HD ready" label."

Although I dare say it will support it, the other one has better reviews and I can't be bothered to check this one has the support for HDCP so I think I'll go for the BenQ


Whilst I don't want to be pedantic about this I think it's only fair to point out there's no such thing as a modern LCD monitor or TV that has an HDMI socket and is not either 'HD ready' or (using that silly term) 'full HD'.
#23
whiskymincher
Is this a better deal than the one posted below
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/525061/benq-g2420hd-full-hd-monitor-with-h

Cheers


diabloortega
im in need of a nice HD monitor..
waiting for the same answer as whiskymincher


I have the BenQ - awesome monitor :)

jaydeeuk1
Probably identical other than casing and badge. I've heard good things about novatech, no opinion on oyyy.


Oyyy are an excellent company - I chose the free delivery option & got the monitor next day :thumbsup:

Bully
benq has a headphone socket,nice for late night 360 gaming?


Yep.
Has a headphone socket on the left hand side of the monitor - crucial for me as it allows me easily attach PC speakers for 360 use :)
#24
I bought the BenQ and it was delivered the next day.
Really pleased.
#25
Advice anyone...

How would this be for hooking up to my ps3?

Looking for another screen to use for when the missus is watching soaps etc on our tv.

Currently use an optical cable and hdmi for sound/pic, how would I get sound out of the speakers on this thing?

Thanks in advance.
suspended#26
Gixxerman001
Last year I bought the Hanns G 28" HDMI monitor from Novatech, I really like it, it's some piece of viewing real estate (it was £260 and it's about £245 @ Kikatek now).

(I was going to go for a 24" monitor but back then the 28" was more or less the same price.)


Me too, bought the HannsG HG281DJ 28" earlier this year, amazing piece of machinery, worth every extra penny
#27
Now we are all meant to be getting greener - it would be nice if all manufacturers and sellers listed the power in use and standby - as some monitors of the same size use over twice the power of others.

It would be pretty good if the details were posted here too.

Power consumption On/Stand-by/Off [Watt]: < 49 / 1 / n/a


This was the best I could find - although it seems pretty vague listing its greater that 49W power usage - it could ge 49.1W or a horse power!!!
#28
do any of these monitors have intergrated speakers?
#29
coupedummy
do any of these monitors have intergrated speakers?


This one does have integrated speakers. Which is the reason I may go for this one over the BenQ.

They probably wont produce the best sounds though.

Also seen it here for a little cheaper.
http://www.tekheads.co.uk/product/HannsG-HH241HPB-23.6in-5ms-Glossy-Black-Widescreen-1920x1080-HDMI-HDCP-TFT-Monitor_22207.html
#30
ibiza
Now we are all meant to be getting greener - it would be nice if all manufacturers and sellers listed the power in use and standby - as some monitors of the same size use over twice the power of others.

It would be pretty good if the details were posted here too.



This was the best I could find - although it seems pretty vague listing its greater that 49W power usage - it could ge 49.1W or a horse power!!!


Doesn't that mean less than?
#31
Benjimoron
Doesn't that mean less than?


Yes :-D
#32
JamesSmith
Are all low to moderately priced flatscreens 6 bit TN panels?

Sounds like a bit of a compromise.


Compromise? Not really. TNs are good enough for basic use and are cheaper than other types.

ibiza
This was the best I could find - although it seems pretty vague listing its greater that 49W power usage - it could ge 49.1W or a horse power!!!


That's 'power usage is less than 49W', or if you prefer '49W is greater than the maximum power consumption of this screen'.

The only monitors that are going to use significantly more power are the ones that use a different technology (which are more expensive), all the ones around this price are likely to be within +-5W of each other at the same brightness - assuming you avoid the ones with a non-adjustable backlight (they are thankfully dying out).
#33
EndlessWaves

The only monitors that are going to use significantly more power are the ones that use a different technology (which are more expensive), all the ones around this price are likely to be within +-5W of each other at the same brightness - assuming you avoid the ones with a non-adjustable backlight (they are thankfully dying out).


I was thinking that this was a bit strange.

My monitor is 24" (PVA, though) and it uses around 90W, which is almost double the power usage of this monitor. Use of different technology would explain this difference.
#34
HannsG? NO!!!!!!
bought 24' and 28' last year, both cant go 1:1 mapping, and if you got the UK ver, cant even goning into factory menu to set , Useless.
But you cant argue about ' cheap price buying Crap stuff '
#35
1:1 mapping isnt that big a deal and at this price, I certainly wouldn't complain.
#36
Hi, just wanted to know if I will be able to play my ps3 on this through the hdmi ?
Thanks in advance, great deal

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