Hyundai BlueH HM22W 22in Wide Monitor/TV 1680x1050 1000:1 300cd/m2 5ms Scart HDMI - HotUKDeals
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Product Specifications


Visible Diagonal 22"
Resolution: 1680 x 1050
Aspect Ratio: 16:10
Display Colour: 16.7 million
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Viewing Angle: 160/160
Response Times: 5ms

Input Signal

Composite CVBS x 1
Scart x 1
Digital x 1 (HDMI)
TV Tuner x 1 (analog)
VGA x 1 (D-SUB)
Audio x 1 (L/R)
PC Audio x 1

TV System



OSD Function: YES
Teletext: 10 Pages
IR Remote Control: YES


2.5W x 2ch


Input Voltage: 100-240V
Consumption: <55W


518.4 x 430.4 x 216 mm




AC Power Cable
Remote Control
User Guide
15pin D-Sub Cable
PC Audio IN Cable

Toyota brought you the Lexus, now Hyundai bring you the Blue-H.

Released as their workhorse, this is a pinnacle of reliability and we firmly believe you cannot get a more reliable monitor at this price point.

Don't be mislead into believing that this is just a budget screen without the image quality you want to be looking at for the next three years... These are superb screens with a price we had to check twice.

You can trust Blue-H.
- ultrapop
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Have to say I used too really like Ebuyer but out of the last 5 items I've bought from them 3 have been sent to me and they were either used or refurbished when the item was listed as new I returned them and complained but I really dont know how they are constantly getting away with this!
so this has hdmi instead of dvi, so would need an adaptor for pc connection (unless you want to use vga)

i still think the LG M228WA looks better for the extra 15ukp (think do it for <200ukp):

dunno about the above poster's "reconditionned" comment, i'd have thought that was more a savastore kind of tactic; ebuyer usually make it pretty clear if you're buying refurbs, never happened to me.

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