Iiyama ProLite 24" Full HD LED Backlit Monitor - £151.42 @ CCLOnline - HotUKDeals
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Model: E2472HDD-1
Next best price I can find (where it's in stock) is Pixmania for around £206 delivered.
Or the E2472HD model (which has a HDMI connection) is £196 @ Aria.

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
nice1, altho i preferred ur last monitor deal - it was much better for the wallet ;)

ur going all out with ur crazy monitor finds :)
#2
Very good price for a 24" LED liyama monitor, voted hot.
suspended#3
hmm well... was going to get the last monitor you pointed to at scan but now i cant decide :P.

I bet the LED one is better but im gunna see what dell and that have between £150-£250 as im only getting one of them and they will need to last a long time so may aswell invest.

Again good find, hot!.
#4
Hudson92
hmm well... was going to get the last monitor you pointed to at scan but now i cant decide :P.

I bet the LED one is better but im gunna see what dell and that have between £150-£250 as im only getting one of them and they will need to last a long time so may aswell invest.

Again good find, hot!.

i think dell has the ultrasharp series will fit in your range. 24" it's about 250. they use IPS panels so should be quite good
#5
Can't see whether it can be wall-mounted or not, anyone know?
#6
I got the 22" version and it is not wall mountable - I thought it was before I got it!
Paid £158 last week at overclockers for the 22 version. Very pleased with it.
#7
Bit of a noob question, but is this Xbox-compatible?
#8
Beanieboy18
Bit of a noob question, but is this Xbox-compatible?

yes... but you'll need a HDMI -> DVI cable and the xbox needs to have HDMI output. The main output port.. you can get a sound only output to connect to something else.

I've got this kind of setup for my xbox on my 22" samsung

Edited By: Max-Power on Sep 02, 2010 11:28: addition
#9
Good find this... from the days of CRT, iiyama have always been my top tip for monitors.. i use two 19" ones at work... great :)
#10
Great find, was going to hold off getting another monitor, but couldn't resist at this price! Now how am I going to break it to the wife...
suspended#11
greatmanlxw
Hudson92
hmm well... was going to get the last monitor you pointed to at scan but now i cant decide :P.

I bet the LED one is better but im gunna see what dell and that have between £150-£250 as im only getting one of them and they will need to last a long time so may aswell invest.

Again good find, hot!.

i think dell has the ultrasharp series will fit in your range. 24" it's about 250. they use IPS panels so should be quite good


Thanks for the tip but ive had a look and all i can find in the 24" range thats IPS is £400 :(, maybe to good to be true with an IPS panel from dell at ~£250 haha. Very tempted by this now but still debating it, seems not so many reviews out there, wonder how it compares to the 22" LG LED display that is also 1920x1080 as you get more ppi (pixels per inch) and its only £115! get two of them for dual monitor ~£230 or get one of these..... SO HARD TO CHOSE :D.
#12
Hudson92
greatmanlxw
Hudson92
hmm well... was going to get the last monitor you pointed to at scan but now i cant decide :P.

I bet the LED one is better but im gunna see what dell and that have between £150-£250 as im only getting one of them and they will need to last a long time so may aswell invest.

Again good find, hot!.

i think dell has the ultrasharp series will fit in your range. 24" it's about 250. they use IPS panels so should be quite good


Thanks for the tip but ive had a look and all i can find in the 24" range thats IPS is £400 :(, maybe to good to be true with an IPS panel from dell at ~£250 haha. Very tempted by this now but still debating it, seems not so many reviews out there, wonder how it compares to the 22" LG LED display that is also 1920x1080 as you get more ppi (pixels per inch) and its only £115! get two of them for dual monitor ~£230 or get one of these..... SO HARD TO CHOSE :D.

Yep the decent 24" Dell ultrasharp monitor (2408) is still over £400 everywhere. My advice would be to wait a year if you want one of those.
#13
whats this like for burn in? have monitors in past few years fixed burn in issues on LCD's????

i got a BenQ FP241W 24in Widescreen Monitor and i got burn in on the screen in parts its not too bad but is annoying sometimes as i dont know how to get rid of it, it seems to stay there even when it been turned off for over a week or more........ weird thing is i had new gfx card fitted recently and it went away for few days then all sudden stupid splodge burn in mark came back :S
#14
Another numpty question. Can this be used for freeview? I need a TV for conservatory, not over 24". will have Aerial Feed into digibox, or into a Freeview TV i guess. Suggestions welcome. Ta. Stan
#15
Well OCUK have this model - Iiyama ProLite E2410HDSD 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black

1920x1080 Resolution, 20000:1 Contrast Ratio, 250cd/m² Brightness, 2ms Response Time, 1x Analogue Input, 1x DVI-D Input, 3 Year On-Site Warranty.
Inc vat £146.86 :-)

Indeed great prices for a great brand of monitor.
#16
stanleyspanner
Another numpty question. Can this be used for freeview?
Yes, if you have a Freeview box with an HDMI output.
You'd need an HDMI to DVI cable to pass the video from the Freeview box to the monitor, and then a seperate pair of speakers connected directly to the Freeview box to output the audio.
#17
Barnesg
Max-Power
Beanieboy18
Bit of a noob question, but is this Xbox-compatible?
yes... but you'll need a HDMI -> DVI cable and the xbox needs to have HDMI output. The main output port.. you can get a sound only output to connect to something else.I've got this kind of setup for my xbox on my 22" samsung
Do you lose any of the quality doing it this way?
No, because it's an all-digital connection with no conversion.
Barnesg
and also what cable did you buy?
Any old DVI to HDMI cable will work just fine. You'll need something else to carry the audio - http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.30585 will present a pair of Red and White phono outputs to connect your speakers to.
Barnesg
Would this do the trick? although it has poor reviews..http://www.amazon.co.uk/Adapter-DVI-I-RCA-YUV-Plugs/dp/B000GIIQN4
No - that cable is to allow you to pass Component Video into/outof a DVI port for specific use with devices that can take Component over DVI - it won't work with most things.
The poor reviews are from folk who thought they were buying a £100 active-analogue-to-digital convertor for £7.52 :)
#18
this is now £154.99

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