Iiyama 22'' Widescreen LCD Analogue Black TFT LCD - Under £200 incl P&P - HotUKDeals
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Not sure if this has been posted already. Was just having a browse this morning and came across this. Great Price and Free Delivery too!

22 (55cm)
1.76 Mega Pixel
5msec Response Time
1000:1 Contrast Ratio
300 cd/m Brightness

The long awaited, affordable replacement to the 22 CRT is finally here. Ideal for Home or Office applications the ProLite E2200WS Wide Screen LCD is a ground breaking product. A 1000:1 contrast ratio produces remarkable depth of colour suitable for Photographic and Digital Print environments. A rapid 5msec response time makes the E2200WS suitable for gaming and video applications. The ProLite E2200WS Analogue inputs and is available in Black.

No DVI-D input - but still a great buy saving upto £50 off retail price!!!
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Not sure if this offer applies to an older model, but the specs on the Iiyama web site say it DOES have DVI.

I'll vote hot anyway - £200 for a 22" LCD isn't bad, and Iiyama are a really good make
#2
It is VGA only. As for quality, iiyama used to be high quality I think they have reduced the quality to compete pricewise with other makes.
#3
As far as I'm aware, Iiyama have only ever offered one 22" Widescreen TFT and that has DVI as well as D-Sub. Probably worth checking with LowestonWeb if that is important to you.

Iiyama had a fantastic reputation for CRT monitors but almost went bust by failing to embrace TFT technology quickly enough. Since then, their monitors have been pitched at the value end of the market. Most of the cheaper 22" TFT's (sub £280) are essentially the same screen quality but with different stands / USB connectors / speakers or OSD. If all you want is a 22" screen for home use, this is excellent value and you won't find better screen quality until you go up to around £300.
#4
djbe
Not sure if this offer applies to an older model, but the specs on the Iiyama web site say it DOES have DVI.

I'll vote hot anyway - £200 for a 22" LCD isn't bad, and Iiyama are a really good make


If you look at the review that is posted the person does say this is the WSV version not the WS. Difference is that the WSV apparently is only D-Sub Analogue, no DVI. If this had DVi as well i would have snapped one up.
#5
this is def the vga version check the review on the site, i have the dvi version and for the price its very good.
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#6
Hmm... so its either ~£250 including DVI, or this £199 with no DVI.

Also, don't forget free shipping, and 4% quidco, making this possibly £192.

Decent price for a 22" Iiyama. Does anyone know if this comes with the standard 3 year iiyama warranty?


As a comparison... the Samsung 20" 205BW Syncmaster is selling around £195 in Pixmania and PC World (excl. shipping). I would say the quality on the two screens would be about the same.
#7
boonkoh

As a comparison... the Samsung 20" 205BW Syncmaster is selling around £195 in Pixmania and PC World (excl. shipping). I would say the quality on the two screens would be about the same.


Picture quality wise you are probably correct but the Samsung supports HDCP and so when (if) DRM becomes compulsory on HDTV, you will be able to play it back on the Samsung but not on the Iiyama. It is one of the few cheap screens which has this feature.
#8
I am looking at getting the Samsung 205BW - yet I am not literate with the connections.

So far I know I need to use a VGA XBOX 360 cable to run it through the monitor and a DVI cable for my PC to run through the monitor.

My PC doesn't have a DVI port so I need to know the best way to connect that...

Also, is D-Sub the same as VGA?

:?
#9
D-subminiature is VGA, yes. You can get VGA to DVI convertors but it won't be a true DVI picture then.

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