Iiyama ProLite E2409HDS-1 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor - £143.98 Delivered @ CCL Online - HotUKDeals
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Regarded as one of the best monitors in the <£300 price bracket, this is an absolute steal IMO.
HDMI, 2MS response time, half decent speakers, 5* review on expert reviews.

http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/monitors/1280920/iiyama-prolite-e2409hds

Iiyama's ProLite E2409HDS is yet another product to follow the true HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. The incredible 2msec Response Time and 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio panel ensures vibrant images and blur free Video. Triple Input support of Analogue, DVI and HDMI ensures compatibility with the latest installed graphics cards and embedded Notebook outputs!

Panel: TN
Diagonal: 24"
Display area h x w: 293.2 x 521.3 mm; 11.54" x 20.51"
Response time: 2 ms
Contrast: 20 000 : 1 ACR
Contrast: 1000 : 1 typical
Brightness: 300 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: 0.2715 x 0.2715 mm
Native resolution: Full HD 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixel)
Horizontal sync: 24 - 80 KHz
Vertical sync: 55 - 75 Hz
Analog input connector: D-Sub
Digital input connector: DVI-D, HDMI
HDCP: yes
Output connector: headphone socket
Synchronization: Separate Sync
Plug & Play: VESA DDC2B™
Speakers: 2 x 2 W (Stereo)
Included accessories: Power Cable, D-Sub Cable, DVI-D Cable, Audio cable, user manual, stand
Apple - Mac: All iiyama monitors are compatible with Apple-Macintosh computers.
Controls: Via OSD in 9 languages (EN, DE, FR, ES, IT, PT, Chinese, RU, JP) and 5 front controls (Power, Menu
/Select Button, + /Volume Button (+), - / Eco Button (-), Auto)
User controls: luminance (contrast, brightness, ECO, picture mode, ACR), image setup (clock, phase, H. position, V.
position, aspect), colour adjust (gamma, colour temperature), OSD setup (H. position, V. position, timeout,
language), others (reset, signal select, HDMI audio, information), volume, auto adjust
Driver: Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / ME / XP / Vista/ 7
Ergonomics: TCO '03
Safety: CE, TÜV-GS
Power supply: AC 100 - 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
Power Supply Unit: internal
Power usage: 43 W typical; max. 1 W in Power management mode
Power management: VESA DPMS
Anti-theft-device: Kensington-lock™ prepared
VESA mounting: 100 mm
Dimensions w x h x d: 561 x 398.5 x 201 mm
Weight: 5.3 kg
Aspect ratio: 16 : 9
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If you can afford it, the IPS Dell 23" is worth the extra £40 IMO.
#2
looks a little high in the power at 43 W others (though between 22" - 24" which obviously would make a difference) at more in 30's range from what I have seen. Overall looks a good price for a 24" monitor.

Edited By: wordsworth on Mar 24, 2011 16:04
#3
They used to be one of the most sought-after TV/Monitors.
What happened ?
I see that they keep losing out in reviews to lesser cheapie brands. Power may be it, though.
Seems a good price for a 24" though. Heat added.
#4
I looked at this, went for this in the end though Benq 22"
#5
I went for this one >

http://www.amazon.co.uk/BenQ-V2400-24-inch-Monitor-1080p/dp/B002Q5TC6K/ref=sr_1_cc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1300991751&sr=1-1-catcorr

Really good quality picture, and low power usage. Very happy with it.
1 Like #6
Not claiming to be an expert on monitors, but I got one of these from CCL and am very happy with it.
banned 1 Like #7
These have been this price at Novatech for months and they have free delivery, voting cold.

(http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/monitors/24inchmonitors/iiyama/ple2409hds-b1.html)
#8
Nice price! Would of gone for it if I hadn't just bought a 24" Samsung the other wk...
#9
Bought one of these in December - Beware they all have a design fault.

There is always a 2-3 second delay before any HDMI audio can be heard through the built-in speakers.

Iiyama UK still have not resolved this - they keep stalling me saying there will be a firmware fix.

Edited By: grumpyone on Mar 24, 2011 19:15
#10
fishmaster
I went for this one >
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FBenQ-V2400-24-inch-Monitor-1080p%2Fdp%2FB002Q5TC6K%2Fref%3Dsr_1_cc_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1300991751%26sr%3D1-1-catcorr]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/BenQ-V2400-24-inch-Monitor-1080p/dp/B002Q5TC6K/ref=sr_1_cc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1300991751&sr=1-1-catcorr[/url]

Really good quality picture, and low power usage. Very happy with it.


I've gone and bought this now after following your link, hope I'm also happy with it!
#11
Torn between this and the IPS dell..
#12
Is there any affordable 1920x1200 monitor around? I would like one...
#13
Hmmm - I hate dealing with conmen who have things like 'monitor checking' services - for 2 reasons.

1 - you're a total idiot if you pay for "monitor checking" - if the monitor arrives and has dead/lit pixels, simply return it under the DSR (no explanation needed) and reorder.
2 - what realistically happens with such services is they take a monitor, check it and if it "fails" return it to the top of the pile (or worse, into a pile they only pick for people who don't pay!!) This means the first person to buy WITHOUT paying for the check is MUCH more likely to get the faulty unit!!

I'd shop elsewhere even if it costs a few bob more...
#14
weiran
If you can afford it, the IPS Dell 23" is worth the extra £40 IMO.



not true depends on your requirements, the ips is ok for static stuff though even that seems debatable and if you looking at the screen from an angle, wuite why is another matter

for gaming i wouldnt bother.....10.6ms refresh rate is pathethic....my samsung is 2ms and thats fine

Edited By: royals on Mar 24, 2011 20:28
#15
royals
weiran
If you can afford it, the IPS Dell 23" is worth the extra £40 IMO.
ot true depends on your requirements, the ips is ok for static stuff though even that seems debatable and if you looking at the screen from an angle, wuite why is another matter

for gaming i wouldnt bother.....10.6ms refresh rate is pathethic....my samsung is 2ms and thats fine
You my friend, are comparing apples to oranges. The 10.6ms figure is the input lag of the Dell, the 2ms the response time of the Samsung (I don't even know if that is the grey to grey response time or what, they can fudge the figures to make them lower). I don't know what the input lag of your Samsung is.

I use the Dell U2311H for fast-paced FPS gaming and it is absolutely fine. If gaming is the primary function for the monitor then getting a gaming specific monitor with very low input lag and fast response times is probably the way to go, but the U2311H is perfectly fine for gaming.

If you don't believe me, check out TFT Central: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/content/dell_u2311h.htm#gaming
#16
weiran
If you can afford it, the IPS Dell 23" is worth the extra £40 IMO.


Where can you get a 23" Dell IPS panel for £185?

EDIT: Ignore that - just seen the deal!

Edited By: mentalist on Mar 24, 2011 22:02
#17
mentalist
Where can you get a 23" Dell IPS panel for £185?

EDIT: Ignore that - just seen the deal!
£166 after Quidco. ;)
#18
I have this monitor, it's really good. The sound quality is decent from the built in speakers and good volume on it. Bargain at this price! I have a HDMI box which works well and use a VGA cable for the Xbox. The swivel thing's pretty cool too, I don't have any use for it, though.
#19
been looking for 24" but whats the difference between E2409HDS-1 and E2409HDS, as scan are doing E2409HDS for 143.98 with next day with avf membership. and if you are a avfer then you can have this by 1ish monday making that a better deal.

Sol
#20
royals
weiran
If you can afford it, the IPS Dell 23" is worth the extra £40 IMO.



not true depends on your requirements, the ips is ok for static stuff though even that seems debatable and if you looking at the screen from an angle, wuite why is another matter

for gaming i wouldnt bother.....10.6ms refresh rate is pathethic....my samsung is 2ms and thats fine


Even so the benefits of a much wider viewing angle and better contrast are worth it over the minuscule difference in response rate.

Edited By: weiran on Mar 25, 2011 09:20
#21
This is a great monitor, i have been using it for over 2 years now. looks great with the xbox using hdmi and adjustable height is handy at times.

Bought mine for around this price 2 year ago, still around the same price now lol
1 Like #22
Amazon £141.71 :)

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