HP L2208W 22" TFT Monitor - £137.57 del + *£25 Cashback* @ ebuyer ! - HotUKDeals
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Seems a total bargain with the £25 cashback from HP works out at £108.66 for a 22" HP tft monitor!!

Here are the specs:
Native resolution: 1680 x 1050
Image brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast raito: 1000:1
Response time: 5 ms
Signal input: VGA (no DVI but look at the price!)

Couldn't find any reviews online but I thought worse case scenario I'll just send it back to ebuyer! Select super saver delivery for free delivery.

105 (Thanks tronic) instock at the moment! Stock levels are fluctuating up and down and round and round so probably best to impulse buy lol :)

Update: Has gone up by £4 and stock is now preorder
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#1
How is this cold?? We're talking £108 for a branded 22" tft monitor??
#2
I dont know i just gave it heat cos the cheapest i see it anywhere else is £ 150
#3
i use an hp2335 and it has served me well for the last two years
#4
I don't think this is a bad deal at all! :thumbsup:
#5
Thanks guys, just was getting frustrated as I watched it going down when this seems to be over £40 cheaper then anywhere else
#6
Random_ginger;2151345
Thanks guys, just was getting frustrated as I watched it going down when this seems to be over £40 cheaper then anywhere else


Title wasnt quite right... Should include the price and the cashback so that people can appreciate the bargain. Amended now :)
#7
If I could fit 2 x 22" screens on my desk I'd buy one!

Nice find.
#8
Title wasnt quite right... Should include the price and the cashback so that people can appreciate the bargain. Amended now


Much appreciated edi! :)
#9
Random_ginger;2151386
Much appreciated edi! :)


Welcome :)

Good find btw.
#10
good buy!
#11
Voted hot, Superb find, have some heat:thumbsup:
#12
£133 for this monitor is a great price... £108 is just a complete steal!

The monitor looks a lot more stylish than some of the other cheap "big inch" monitors we've seen and the screen quality itself is pretty damn good too (especially for a few quid over 100 smackers). Personally I spent weeks (prob. months) looking at either a 22" HP or a 22" Samsung. In the end I opted for the Sammy but even had I gone with the cheaper HP, I know I wouldnt exactly have been disappointed with it at all.
#13
Great buy for £108, this is nearly as good as the £111 delivered for Fujitsu Siemens SCALEOVIEW D22W-1 - Flat panel display - TFT - 22" - widescreen - 1680 x 1050 - 300 cd/m2 - 1000:1 - 2000:1 (dynamic) - 5 ms - 0.282 mm - DVI-D, VGA - speakers - black, piano black from Insight a couple of months' ago.
#14
top deal this should be well hot by now
#15
Awesome Deal! I got HP L2045w for £130 after discount from Cash Back and it was 20.1" .. for 22" and HP one.. Hoootest!!! Super Find!!! Cheapest for a HP branded one I must say!! How Lucky if people were going for this!

I wish.. I waited until now and grabbed this :-D ! Heat & Rep added :-D !!
#16
I am in the market for a 22" monitor but can't find any reviews of this.. not even on ebuyer! this is weird.. is it a complete lemon? does it have another name in other regions? who knows?! i can't buy without some idea because its still over £100. which gets you more than half of a definitely nice monitor (for reference I was looking at Samsung 226BW and similar)
#17
I am in the market for a 22" monitor but can't find any reviews of this.. not even on ebuyer! this is weird.. is it a complete lemon? does it have another name in other regions? who knows?! i can't buy without some idea because its still over £100.. (for reference I was looking at Samsung 226BW and similar)


I was thinking along the same lines but thought what the hell. If it turns out to be rubbish (unlikely) I'll just send it straight back to ebuyer, at the loss of a few quid. I think the risk is worth it tbh! General consensus seems to be that HP make quality monitors so along with the specs i think its a small risk IMHO.
#18
great find! gone for one! wish i had the money for 2!! lol
#19
i could get 2.. and the have 2 lemons!
btw the stock just went UP by 2.. maybe they are and some just got returned :p ebuyer have a habit of sending back out returned stuff without much checking. i just have to see some mention somewhere, there is so much talk on other monitors its just weird not to find a SINGLE reference to this modal.


This has NO DVI - VGA only!
(although actually, i reckon this is not important unless you want to output HDMI to it... what is important is what panel it has.. its probably the same that others have which would make this a bargain).
#20
i recently bought the 22" from misco, but thats gonna go back and il be getting this one instead, its branded at the end of the day so it cant be "that" bad...
#21
very likely no-one cand find specs/reviews because this is a localised UK part number - denoted by the T suffix. (Meaning it's from their Top Value promotion SKUS).

The Global part number for the same monitor is GX007AA and you can get full technical specs here
http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12996_div/12996_div.HTML

Only thing that would prevent me buying it is the lack of a DVI port. If that doesn't fuss you then it's an absolute stonker of a deal for what is really a cracking monitor IMHO


Bear in mind you have to purchase the part number ending in T for the cash back

Cash Back Link http://h40059.www4.hp.com/morepc/pdf/May_Claim_Form.pdf
#22
Good deal, I got a 19inch Syncmast 940mw for 250 2 years ago :(
#23
nice one would be a great match to my hp desktop a few montsh backl for 180 quid

can anyone advice ona nice graphic card as i dont think the onborad ati 1100 ( ithink) will support some newer games in such high res?


ta guys
#24
any warranty?
#25
Hmmm decisions. wAs gonna go for this one:

Novatech 22" DVI TFT + Speakers

What one would you recommend. Novatech one has dvi, VA panel and speakers (which would be handy as im wall mounting for the kids). Then again its £40 dearer... hmm.
#26
w123kid;2152267
any warranty?

:roll:

If you took the time to read... 3 years.
#27
w123kid
any warranty?



standard 3 years it says ;-)
#28
gary_rip
:roll:

If you took the time to read... 3 years.


I READ IT ALL BUT MISSED OUT ON IT ...SORRY
#29
Great deal, only pity is no dvi...
#30
guys, have i mis-read the cash back offer?? I dont see this monitor listed on the pdf form
#31
yes you have... 3rd page under monitors its listed ;-)
#32
Nice one, bought two.
#33
cracking price!
#34
Very good deal! added heat
#35
Squelds;2152356
yes you have... 3rd page under monitors its listed ;-)

thanks! ****..now i have to get it :roll:
#36
out of stock???

should have bought earlier damn
#37
Those stinkers have put the price up now. £134.26

...and again, now it's £137.57.....
#38
lol they're fiddling with the price every time they put some more back in stock.

now the same price as Dabs:
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=52XF&CategorySelectedId=11109&NavigationKey=11109,47950000,50240
when in stock
#39
is it me or does the price keep fluctuating?!?!
#40
desiman;2153172
is it me or does the price keep fluctuating?!?!

You're right there - just ebuyer trying on some sharp pratices and they can stuff thier monitors if they try that with me.:p

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