Iiyama ProLite 24" E2472HDD-1 Full HD LED Monitor - £151.01 @ CCLOnline - HotUKDeals
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I posted this over a month back, but they upped the price not long after it got hot. Back down now, and even a few pennies cheaper! :P

The first in iiyama’s stunning range of LED-backlit monitors, the E2472HDD is a full high definition 24” monitor that features all the benefits this technology affords. Slender and stylish its maximum width is 3cm, it has a narrow 1.7cm bezel, touch sensitive controls and is finished in the latest glossy-black. The high specifications on the monitor include the 5,000,000:1 ACR, fast 2ms response for excellent sharpness in high definition video and double input connectivity. With Eco-mode activated power consumption is down to typically 13W and less than 1W in standby.

Specification

Panel LED-Backlit
Diagonal 24"
Display area h x w 298.89 x 531.36 mm; 11.8" x 20.9"
Response time 2 ms
Contrast 5 000 000 : 1 ACR
Contrast 1000 : 1 typical
Brightness 250 cd/m² typical
Viewing zone horizontal/vertical: 170°/160°; right/left: 85°/85°; up/down: 80°/80°
Display colour 16.7 million
Pixel pitch h x v 0.277 x 0.277 mm
Native resolution Full HD 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixel)
Horizontal sync 31 - 83 KHz
Vertical sync 56 - 75 Hz
Analog input connector D-Sub
Digital input connector DVI-D
HDCP yes
Synchronization Separate sync
Plug & Play VESA DDC2B™
Included accessories AC adapter, power cable, D-Sub cable, DVI-D cable, stand, screw, quick start guide, safety guide
Apple - Mac All iiyama monitors are compatible with Apple-Macintosh computers.
Controls Via OSD in 10 languages (EN, DE, FR, ES, IT, PL, NL, Chinese, RU, JP) and 6 front controls (Power, Menu/ Select, Scroll up, Scroll down/ ECO, Exit, Auto)
User controls audio adjust, luminance (brightness, contrast), geometry ( H. position, V. position, pixel clock, phase), colour, OSD ( H. position, V. position, OSD time), language, recall, miscellaneous (sharpness, DDC/CI, display information, ACR, display mode, OD, opening logo), input select
Driver Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / ME / XP / Vista / 7
Safety CE,VCCI-B,TUV-Bauart
Power supply DC 12V 3A
Power Supply Unit external
Power usage 24 W typical; max. 1 W in Power management mode
Power management VESA DPMS, ENERGY STAR®
Anti-theft-device Kensington-lock™ prepared
Tilt angle 15° up; 5° down
Dimensions w x h x d 570 x 420 x 179 mm
Weight 3.8 kg
Aspect ratio 16 : 9
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#1
hot
#2
Hot.............iiyama make top notch monitors.This a great price for a 24" screen
#3
Not a bad price but it does use a cheap TN panel, so don't confuse it with the better IPS type.
#4
Wish someone would find a bargain1900x1200 IPS panel for serious photo work...
#5
Not bad at all for the money.
#6
would i appreciate this for general surfing over my 19" hanns
#7
BlackCloud
Wish someone would find a bargain1900x1200 IPS panel for serious photo work...

Agreed, it be nice to find a 24" one for around the £200 mark :D
#8
Full HD is nothing special in Monitors.. old tech now..

at least want 1920 x 1200
#9
ooh, i was tempted last time, but can i really justify replacing a 23" samsung just because of 2 thunderbugs...?! :)
#10
argh WHY 1080... WHY. Good deal nonetheless... but they need to make it 1200!!
#11
How would you say this compares with the LG E2250V?
#12
Does anyone know if this has a glossy screen?

Thanks
#13
Digital input connector DVI-D

No HDMI - other than that - HOT !!
#14
Was so tempted to get this last time, but canceled my order and went for the Samsung XL2370, so glad I did.
#15
Kitguru gave it 9/10.

Would have gone for this but would rather have HDMI for gaming and ideally 1200 pixels.
#16
midnightz
Kitguru gave it 9/10.

Would have gone for this but would rather have HDMI for gaming and ideally 1200 pixels.


What difference does having HDMI make? You mean for a console? A HDMI>DVI converter is dirt cheap nowadays.
#17
StealMySoda
What difference does having HDMI make? You mean for a console? A HDMI>DVI converter is dirt cheap nowadays.

For a console. Will the use of a converter result in any signal loss?
#18
BlackCloud
Wish someone would find a bargain1900x1200 IPS panel for serious photo work...


HP ZR24W - Decent review in link and around £320 so not too bad for a 24" 1920x1200 S-IPS from what I've seen.

Google price comparison
Skinflint price comparison

I think the cheapest reliable (from reviews) site I've seen is cbccomputers selling it for £318.55 inc del. Link
#19
shame no HDMI
#20
bought...hot...gotta earn the money to cover it now...

cheers op :(
1 Like #21
midnightz
StealMySoda
What difference does having HDMI make? You mean for a console? A HDMI>DVI converter is dirt cheap nowadays.

For a console. Will the use of a converter result in any signal loss?

No
#22
chalk
How would you say this compares with the LG E2250V?


Also interested in the answer to this.
Thanks
#23
I've cancelled my order....I can't afford it, no matter how much a bargain it is :(
#24
seriously thinking about this - anything better available for the price? Whats the cheapest IPS panel
#25
BlackCloud
Wish someone would find a bargain1900x1200 IPS panel for serious photo work...


But what are the chances that the best TN panel is better than the worst IPS?

Just a thought?
#26
Thanks mamboboy, going to take your advice and get the TN panel as it's for gaming and movies, will give my sister my old 22" LCD.
#27
mamboboy
Even if TN panels are at the 'budget' end, you won't beat them for gaming or watching movies IMO.


IPS can beat them for movies as the colour would be better and some of the panels response times would be more than adequate. As for gaming if the response time is good enough they'd be fine for your medium type gamer but not up to serious fps players standards no doubt.

Good price on this monitor btw. :)
#28
slightly off topic, but people who are using HDMI monitor ports for a console. How are you getting your audio.

I don't really want two sets of speakers on my bench.

I'm currently using a device that switches between my pc and xbox 360 and has an audio passthrough, but it's a bit of a messy setup.

I was considering buying a monitor with HDMI input to eliminate that, but would probably still need some sort of switch for the audio?

Any advice would be appreciated :)
#29
I find it really frustrating (as do others) that only widescreen's are available in this sort of size range. The visible screen height on this is exactly the same as my 19" !!

To get anything larger (in height terms) I apparently have to go up to a 26". The same supplier has 2 Iiyama 26"s at £238 for the E2607WSD (which has speakers) or £273 for the E2607WS (TN panel also with speakers). Do the experts have any thoughts on those ?
#30
FF99
I find it really frustrating (as do others) that only widescreen's are available in this sort of size range. The visible screen height on this is exactly the same as my 19" !!

To get anything larger (in height terms) I apparently have to go up to a 26". The same supplier has 2 Iiyama 26"s at £238 for the E2607WSD (which has speakers) or £273 for the E2607WS (TN panel also with speakers). Do the experts have any thoughts on those ?

If you want extra height in a widescreen monitor then you need to get a 16:10 (e.g. 1920x1200) aspect ratio rather than a 16:9 (e.g. 1920x1080 - same aspect ratio and resolution as full HD TV's). Unfortunately manufacturers are trying to phase out 16:10 monitors in favour of the HD type (16:9) as it's cheaper for them to produce but not as useful for us to view documents/webpages on as we lose a little height.

There are more options than the two you listed but 16:10 are usually more expensive than 16:9...you can find a list at Skinflint that can get you started on finding reviews etc. - List of 16:10 Monitors.

Handy chart for understanding aspect ratio and resolution - CrunchGear

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