IIyama E2403WS 24" TFT Monitor, widescreen, full HD, 2MS RESPONSE + 5% quidco making it 242.54 inc delivery or £255.86 without quidco - HotUKDeals
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IIyama E2403WS 24" TFT Monitor, widescreen, full HD, 2MS RESPONSE + 5% quidco making it 242.54 inc delivery or £255.86 without quidco

£255.86 @ Misco
Calling you game nutz found this seems to be best 24" about at moment check speck on this screen and remember its widescreen full hd and 24" £249.99 + 4.95 delivery +5% quidco =242.54 or £255.86 wit… Read More
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
Calling you game nutz found this seems to be best 24" about at moment check speck on this screen and remember its widescreen full hd and 24"
£249.99 + 4.95 delivery +5% quidco =242.54 or £255.86 without quidco

PLEASE IF ANY ONE KNOWS ANY DISCOUNT CODES ADD THEM AS I WANT TO BUY ONE OF THESE TODAY FOR MY DISABLED BOY AND EVERY LITTLE BIT HELPS, THIS WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED

IIyama E2403WS 24" TFT Monitor

The new iiyama flag ship 24" display is ideal for both the Home Enthusiast, Gamer and Business professional. The 1920 x 1200 pixel panel has the latest advancements in technology, boasting a 2000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio which can be disabled for greater colour accuracy and a 2msec response time ensuring the best possible video and animation playback with minimal blurring. Of course, the E2403WS is full HD and incorporates the HDMI input for connectivity between DVD Players, Games Consoles and Graphics Cards choosing this interface type. A HDMI to DVI cable is now included as standard.


Features
Kensington-lock prepared
Stereo Speakers
16.7 million colours
Tilt angle
VESA mounting



Specifications
Product Description IIyama E2403WS 24" TFT Monitor
Diagonal Size 24"
Colour Black
Brightness 250 cd/m2 (typical)
Max Resolution 1920 x 1200
Viewing Angle (H/V Degrees) 170°/160°
Interface D-Sub, HDMI
Display Area 324 x 518.4 mm
Response Time 2 ms
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 2000:1
Audio 2 x 2 Watt Stereo Speakers
Dimensions 566 x 458.5 x 191.5 mm
Weight 6.5 kg
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1 Like #1
No pleasing some people instead of voting cold, please explain why they are doing it, if they know of better deal tell us all save some money after all thats what hot deals is all about init
#2
Seems like a good price considering 22" 1680*1050 were this price 12 months ago
#3
yes exactly dont know why cold voters voting cold and you can use for ps3 or xbox360 and with specs of 1920*1200 and 24" and widescreen
#4
I'm voting this hot. IIyama is a great make and I wouldn't have paid £450 for this 24" Dell I'm using if I'd had this as an option.

Don't be discouraged at the cold votes - EVERY new posting AFAIK registers cold votes at first. Either there's a bug in the system or there's just some miserable sods out there whom nothing will ever please, and who get their rocks off voting cold. They don't post a reason because they don't have one. They're like those dweeb losers who cheat at online games and think it's hilarious.
#5
This monitor with a swivel base (Iiyama B2403WS) topped a comparative review at Tom's Hardware:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/Monitors-Displays,review-29797.html

From the Conclusions:
This first comparative test of the season on 24” monitors has shown to be more than promising. We’ve found a new benchmark in term of reactivity, namely the Iiyama B2403WS. Fast, inexpensive and well tuned, it’s a monitor that deserves more press attention, it’s also good for both PC and console gaming. It’s our preferred monitor from this entire selection.


Definitely hot!
#6
Michael Mcnally,
The price under the picture should include delivery and VAT, which with the cheapest delivery option comes to £255.86.
#7
changed thanks for pointing it out
#8
anyone know if this is a glossy or matte monitor?
#9
this looks good no freeview can u use this as a tv
#10
yes if you hook it up freeview box or anything with hdmi
#11
Thanks
p.s. what the difference between E2403WS and B2403WS
#12
If you need more comprehensive connectivity the BenQ posted recently for a similar price has VGA, DVI & HDMI.
#13
Narkodrom
Thanks
p.s. what the difference between E2403WS and B2403WS


ANS ABOUT £50 OTHER THAN THAT DONT KNOW?
#14
Agharta
If you need more comprehensive connectivity the BenQ posted recently for a similar price has VGA, DVI & HDMI.


with regards to benq it is good screen but this one has quicker response times and better contrast, which means better gaming and it has hdmi dvi cable with it
#15
Narkodrom:
p.s. what the difference between E2403WS and B2403WS


I looked here to compare them:
http://www.iiyama.com/en_GB/Products/category/2
just click on the 'Compare' link beneath each monitor and then click on 'Compare products' on the left.
It looks to me that just the base is different with this deal's model omitting the pivoting base of the other model.
#16
michael mcnally
with regards to benq it is good screen but this one has quicker response times and better contrast, which means better gaming and it has hdmi dvi cable with it

It only seems to list the dynamic contrast ratio which isn’t comparable to the Benq’s figure so who knows how they compare!
Manufacturer’s response time figures are notoriously unreliable but modern TN panels with a figure of 5ms or under should be fine for games.
#17
I would just make the observation that a pivoting base is superfluous on a 24" screen. Honestly, it is. You can put up two A4 pages side by side in 100% scale. I moved from an Iiyama 19" pivoting monitor, where I had it in portrait orientation 90% of the time (working on A4 pages) to a Dell 24" pivoting monitor. I found I did not need to pivot any more, but could put up two full A4 pages on screen side by side. This size and resolution of monitor transforms your way of working... and as for when you knock off work and boot up Half Life 2..!
#18
If I'm honest I'd wait for the overclockers value 24" monitor to go back on offer again, it doesnt have HDMI input but it does have a far far far better PV panel.
#19
I this the TN panel then, for the pice I'm assuming it is. The Overclokers one for £270 is a VA panel so better viewing angles. Not sure now as this is very tempting and I want/need a 24" screen!
#20
Wouldnt go back on my OCUK.

For those that don't know you can easily get hold of scart to DVi cables so you can easily and cheaply turn it into a tv....
#21
damn, bought mine for just under 300 around Christmas time... Very happy with my Iiyama, this model is by far the best value for money on the market. 've been using it for everything: games, web and graphic design, and never regretted buying it. Had to adjust the colours a bit manually for graphics, but even the default settings are very close to perfect. HOT HOT HOT!!!
banned#22
I dont know if u guys have seen this monitor i came across it today, has better contrast ratio and brightness and the rest of the specs are the same.
Not sure how it compares to this monitor monitor though.
1 thing is for certain though its much better looking than this beast lol
:lol:

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-035-AC
#23
Ad arm
Wouldnt go back on my OCUK.

For those that don't know you can easily get hold of scart to DVi cables so you can easily and cheaply turn it into a tv....


You need a scaler to convert the scart input to a hdmi 720p output I think these retail around the £70 mark. A simple cable doesn`t convert analogue to digital, at least I haven`t seen one. To turn this into a cheap full HD tv you need to purchase the freeveiw box from goodmans that was on here last week, as it has hdmi output as standard.
#24
This + HDMI switch box should last a good few years.
#25
Gah.. if only this had DVI as well. Currently using a DVI switchbox with my PC and 360 (using HDMI>DVI adaptor) on a 19" widescreen, and it looks great but switching back to the PC can cause problems.

Still, voted hot - great screen and price.

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