I-inc 25 HDMI TFT Monitor 3 year warranty @ Misco £170.28 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Get the beauty of full high definition visuals when you have this 25 inch widescreen LCD serving up your computing environment. The 2ms video response time ensures rapid moving action scenes are rendered brilliantly. Clarity is guaranteed thanks to the sharpness offered by the 15,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. It's ready to hook up with your PC's VGA ouput or with any HDMI connection from a HD-ready device.


25" Wide screen TFT Colour LCD Monitor
Crisp, Clear Display for Windows
Recommended Resolutions: 1920 X 1080 @60Hz
EPA ENERGY STAR
GP Green Product
Ergonomic Design
Space Saving, Compact Case Design



Specifications
Product Description I-inc 25" HDMI TFT Monitor
Diagonal Size 24.6"
Max Resolution 1920 x 1080
Pixel Pitch 0.283mm
Display Colours 16.7 million
Image Contrast Ratio 800:1
Image Brightness 300 cd/m2
Response Time 2 ms
Connections 2 x HDMI, 1 x VGA
Audio 2 x 1.5 Watt Speakers
VESA Mounting Compliant VESA 100mm
Power Consumption 50 Watts
Dimensions (W x D x H) 582 x 199.2 x 433.5 mm
Weight 5.7 kg
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#1
3 year warranty is very hot, dont forget quidco are offering 4.5% off sales, and topcashback 3.5%
#2
very nice, but I-inc?
#3
MY GOD! their site is AWFUL! Not only are their monitors suitable for "daily usag" but it looks like they hired an idiot to write the description: -



I-INC

The English name I-INC is composed of "I" and "INC". The "I" emphasizes the feelings of individual use of technological appliances while INC is the abbreviation of Incorporation, which focuses on the determination and innovation qualities of human orientation production.

LCD monitors is a high-tech product in small volume and light weight. It saves energy with low electromagnetic radiation, completely meeting the global environmental protection trend. Therefore, I-INC is the brand and it is our wish to bring more advanced, environmentally friendly and healthy life of technology to the people all over the world with the brand.

Vision

Seventy percent of sense organ receivers of the human body are in the eyes! Vision runs through green fields and high mountains to the other side of the world.

Either with "I" incorporation or "eye" incorporation, I-INC wishes to open a window to make lives of people richer and move vivid!

In the coming world of liquid crystal, we always believe: the existence of I-INC is for the window of access free, no distance and close to the nature of our next generation.
#4
I posted it before the change in VAT. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/565570/i-inc-25-hdmi-tft-monitor-165-73-in

Just one thing to bear in mind, it is only one year warranty...I confirmed this by contacting MISCO and they said they were going to take 'three years off their site :?
#5
I think the panel is the same as the HH251HP, Hannsspree.
#6
can some monitor expert give us the pro's and con's on this monitor ? and how would u compare it to the dell 24" they are offering at 150?
#7
it's an inch bigger:whistling:
#8
Onefour7
I posted it before the change in VAT. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/565570/i-inc-25-hdmi-tft-monitor-165-73-in

Just one thing to bear in mind, it is only one year warranty...I confirmed this by contacting MISCO and they said they were going to take 'three years off their site :?

If they have it up as 3 year warranty and you purchase it from them, then surely a contract is formed and they would have to honour that warranty period
#9
I'd personally go for the Dell 24" that should still be on offer on their website, can't remember if it had HDMI mind.
#10
Doesn't look like great spec. These two especially, Max Resolution 1920 x 1080, Pixel Pitch 0.283mm. Fine if you just want it to look at movies but if you're doing any close up work then this probably won't be very good. Also, I've never heard of them. A cold from me I'm afraid.
#11
Adamo
I'd personally go for the Dell 24" that should still be on offer on their website, can't remember if it had HDMI mind.


I think it was this one at £159.20 that you were thinking of.
#12
Adamo
I'd personally go for the Dell 24" that should still be on offer on their website, can't remember if it had HDMI mind.


It does :) I have the 23" at home and the 24" at work, the st2410, great looking screen and great picture, HDMI,VGA and DVI

A much better choice IMO

Here :

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/564782/dell-st2410-24-full-hd-widescreen-m
#13
....and Dont forget the BenQ 24" HDMI monotor for £144 from oyyy

:thumbsup:
#14
1080. Fail.
#15
Since you have to fork out extra for speakers for the ST2410 this one seems more appealing. In terms of picture quality what differentiates the ST2410 from this model? If the ST2410 is substantially better I might go for it, but the untrained eye suggests they are similar when looking through the specs :oops:
#16
SpamJavelin
1080. Fail.


1080 is not fail at all, unless of course you actually need it. I have a 24" Samsung monitor that is 1080P native and i can assure you that my PC looks cracking on it, and also my xbox 360;-)
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Onefour7
Since you have to fork out extra for speakers for the ST2410 this one seems more appealing. In terms of picture quality what differentiates the ST2410 from this model? If the ST2410 is substantially better I might go for it, but the untrained eye suggests they are similar when looking through the specs :oops:


Personally I would prefer the monitor from the brand I recognise and not some no-name that can't be guaranteed to be around if something goes wrong.

Dell monitors also have a pretty good reputation for quality, whereas there's no reviews of this yet that I can see.

While Dell might be the boring option, it's also the safer of the two in my opinion.
#18
tickedon
Personally I would prefer the monitor from the brand I recognise and not some no-name that can't be guaranteed to be around if something goes wrong.

Dell monitors also have a pretty good reputation for quality, whereas there's no reviews of this yet that I can see.

While Dell might be the boring option, it's also the safer of the two in my opinion.


Thanks :thumbsup:
#19
kristianity77
1080 is not fail at all, unless of course you actually need it. I have a 24" Samsung monitor that is 1080P native and i can assure you that my PC looks cracking on it, and also my xbox 360;-)


1080 is good for BluRay and Xbox but not for computing. 1920x1200 is the 'proper' size here and at this price a 25inch screen from some no-name manufacturer at this price is poor. If you don't mind a 24 inch screen (who needs another inch?) then you can get s decent resoultion at this price.
#20
Decent price for a 25'' Screen.
BUT I had the Dell ST2410 delivered this week & it is a great screen & was a great deal at £155.
#21
Computing at 1920x1080 looks cracking imo.

i have the Samsung 23" 2333sw :)
#22
SpamJavelin
1080 is good for BluRay and Xbox but not for computing. 1920x1200 is the 'proper' size here and at this price a 25inch screen from some no-name manufacturer at this price is poor. If you don't mind a 24 inch screen (who needs another inch?) then you can get s decent resoultion at this price.

Most companies have transferred to 16:9 now, including Dell and Apple so 1080 is the 'proper' size now, it seems.
#23
Review of the monitor (with the Hanns brand - which is shown on the packaging in Misco's images too)
http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/monitors-and-projectors/monitors/hanns-g-hh251hp-623258/review

And another review, which is more helpful I thought:
http://www.digitalversus.com/article-357-6883-322.html
#24
This arrived today, delighted with it. Better than I could have hoped for at that price, it feels HUGE!
Tried it with games, film and general use and it's looking very good across all of them. The stand isn't vertically adjustable, and it doesn't have any USB ports built in, but it does have some (pretty weak) built in speakers, which I hadn't expected.

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