HannsG HH251DPB 24.6" LCD TFT Monitor (Gloss Black) 2ms, Full HD 1080p - £138.39 @ Power-On - HotUKDeals
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HannsG HH251DPB 24.6" LCD TFT Monitor (Gloss Black) 2ms, Full HD 1080p - £138.39 @ Power-On

£138.39 @ Testing
This is a good deal, have seen this monitor in action hooked up to a ps3, smashing quality for the price.. Product Features Product Description: Hannspree HH251DPB - LCD display - TFT - 24.6" … Read More
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This is a good deal, have seen this monitor in action hooked up to a ps3, smashing quality for the price..

Product Features
Product Description: Hannspree HH251DPB - LCD display - TFT - 24.6"
Device Type: LCD display / TFT active matrix
Colour: Glossy black
Dimensions (WxDxH): 58.2 cm x 17.9 cm x 42.2 cm
Weight: 5.7 kg
Diagonal Size: 24.6" - widescreen
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch: 0.283 mm
Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Colour Support: 16.7 million colors
Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Response Time: 2 ms
Image Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio: 800:1 / 15000:1 (dynamic)
Audio Output: Speaker(s) - stereo - integrated
Signal Input: DVI-D, VGA
Compliant Standards: CE, MPR II, GOST, CB
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational: 50 Watt
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#1
I've got this TV and indeed it is well worth the money. 1080p on the consoles is smashing and the PC is image is fine at 1080 over VGA too.

Speakers are a tad on the tinny side, but you can't have everything.
#2
lol! i know...
#3
Scottola
I've got this TV and indeed it is well worth the money.


TV? is this a monitor or am i missing something?
#4
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price
1 Like #5
supplementscene
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price


You SHOULD be able to get 1kg bags of diamonds for 2p, but you can't; so where are these 24.6" LED backlit monitors for 139 quid then?

Unfortunately you can't get these for that price either, they are actually £148.95 delivered!

Edited By: nihcaj on Oct 31, 2010 19:32: correction
#6
shame no hdmi
#7
supplementscene
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price


link please i will take 10 of them ,as for better brand HannsG make excellent monitors.
#8
Excellent deal for good size with full HD , ignore the nitpickers comments
#9
supplementscene
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price

should be able to??

proof please...


some dreams cannot come true...lol
#10
quizmaniac
supplementscene
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price
link please i will take 10 of them ,as for better brand HannsG make excellent monitors.

lol! i will take 20 and distribute them to family and friends
1 Like #11
supplementscene
You should be able to get a Full Backlight LED from a better brand for this price

You can get a used soviet rocket for this price - but the delivery cost is a biatch.
#12
how can i use my xbox with an hdmi lead with the this tv and still get a good picture?
#13
Great deal, got a 20" but quite tempted by this if my brother decides to take his 32" TV to his dorm at Uni when he comes back!
#14
HannsG HH251DP 24.6 inch LCD Monitor - HH251DP
HH251DPB - 24.6" Hanns.G HH251DPB, Gloss Black, Widescreen, VGA/DVI, 300cd/m2, 15000:1, 1920x1080, 2ms

Scan code

Manufacturer code

LN35296
HH251DPB
Item in stock.

In Stock
Delivered to you on Tuesday 2nd November 2010
£108.97 Ex VAT

£128.04 Inc VAT

at scan
#15
HH251DPB = £128.00 shipped @ http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=54248

EDIT: lol, beat by 4p :)

And aside from this monitor, does anyone have any specific recommendations for ones in this price range? £100 - £130ish?


Oh and, CCL have a £20 service to check for dead pixels. Although, I may be mistaken, but I do believe the distance selling regulations allow one to 'fully' inspect goods once purchased to ensure they are what you want / require, including opening packaging to inspect them, presumably even to 'turn on' electrical goods. Whats more, you're only required to take "reasonable care" of them, and you can even skimp on return costs as you only have to make it available for them to collect should you decide you don't want it :) Still, one hell of a way to **** a retailer off, but I'm just saying...


Edited By: pepsi_max2k on Oct 31, 2010 21:37: .
#16
For the sake of £10-£20 I'd get a better brand though and possible backlit benq one goes from £130-£160 ish all the time.
#17
pepsi_max2k
Oh and, CCL have a £20 service to check for dead pixels. Although, I may be mistaken, but I do believe the distance selling regulations allow one to 'fully' inspect goods once purchased to ensure they are what you want / require, including opening packaging to inspect them, presumably even to 'turn on' electrical goods. Whats more, you're only required to take "reasonable care" of them, and you can even skimp on return costs as you only have to make it available for them to collect should you decide you don't want it :)

Well, the delivery costs are a bit complicated, with some recent changes not helping. You probably have to pay for one way, but even that should be less than 20 pounds.
#18
Aannyywaayyy.... BenQ G2220HD £110ish @ http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/-/653/860/-/11668277/BenQ-G2220HD-21-5-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor/Product.html

Meant to be quite good. Thoughts?
#19
heat added
#20
I bought the 24” BenQ that was posted recently at ~£165 delivered as I wanted more inputs (it has dual HDMI, DVI & VGA) and an LED backlight and am very impressed. It’s not a TN panel so the viewing angles are great and it has a USB hub which I’ll actually use. If you need the extra features it’s worth paying the extra. 3 year onsite warranty also which for me is a must for a monitor.
#21
#22
Agharta
I bought the 24” BenQ that was posted recently at ~£165 delivered as I wanted more inputs (it has dual HDMI, DVI & VGA) and an LED backlight and am very impressed. It’s not a TN panel ...


Hang on. Are you saying that the £165 Benq is not using a TN panel? This doesn't sound right to me as a non-TN panel would surely cost at least £350 or thereabouts? I'm pretty sure that the £165 Benq of yours, is using a TN panel.

Do you have a link to the monitor you purchased?
#23
sunama
Hang on. Are you saying that the £165 Benq is not using a TN panel? This doesn't sound right to me as a non-TN panel would surely cost at least £350 or thereabouts? I'm pretty sure that the £165 Benq of yours, is using a TN panel.Do you have a link to the monitor you purchased?

It's definitely a VA panel - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/benq-ew2420-24-1080p-led-monitor-fo/782321
#24
An AU Optronics A-MVA panel to be precise. Way, way better than any TN and a complete steal at the price.
#25
I got this from Scan last week for £128 delivered next day. No dead pixels luckily. It is a fantastic monitor, I was very impressed. I am running it with a HDMI to DVI cable from my PC.
#26
Scottola
I've got this TV and indeed it is well worth the money. 1080p on the consoles is smashing and the PC is image is fine at 1080 over VGA too.

Speakers are a tad on the tinny side, but you can't have everything.


Doh! Should teach me to read more carefully!!

I was talking about a TV

This is what I've got http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177050

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