iyama 24" E2407HDSV 2ms HD LCD TFT £139.97 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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iyama 24" E2407HDSV 2ms HD LCD TFT £139.97 @ Dabs

£139.97 @ BT Shop
Highlights of the IIyama E2407HDSV 24" monitor Screen: 24" full HD (1920 x 1080) Brightness: 300 cd/m2 Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 3000:1 Response time: 2ms Connectivity: VGA (HD-15), D-sub… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Highlights of the IIyama E2407HDSV 24" monitor

Screen: 24" full HD (1920 x 1080)

Brightness: 300 cd/m2

Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 3000:1

Response time: 2ms

Connectivity: VGA (HD-15), D-sub

Integrated multimedia speakers


just ordered mine, lets see how it goes.....
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#2
Whats the point of a full 1080 hd monitor with vga input?
#4
You can put that resolution down a VGA cable with no problems, but quality might suffer.
#5
dcx_badass
Because VGA can do 1920*1080?

Gutted no component imput.


should have said only a vga input.
#6
roister
You can put that resolution down a VGA cable with no problems, but quality might suffer.


not true, simplify the circuit and quality improves, reproduction quality that is
#7
overall, dont you think this is a good deal???
i dont know much about telly's. i just want a small one for the bedroom.
what do you guys think??
#8
No DVI :(
#9
rizzy898
overall, dont you think this is a good deal???
i dont know much about telly's. i just want a small one for the bedroom.
what do you guys think??


This is a computer monitor.
#10
FYI: The DVI version of this is £180.69 inc vat.
#11
roister;5839246
You can put that resolution down a VGA cable with no problems, but quality might suffer.


It's not really an issue I think, I've never had a problem even with 1920*1200 60hz over VGA, using the cheapest cables I can buy, at 3metre length anyway. Might be a problem if you need longer than that, I dunno.
#12
lol i was just about to buy this until I read the dreaded no dvi!
Tbh its not such a big deal but not being able to play blu ray etc is annoying and something that over time would annoy me.
#13
arfster
It's not really an issue I think, I've never had a problem even with 1920*1200 60hz over VGA, using the cheapest cables I can buy, at 3metre length anyway. Might be a problem if you need longer than that, I dunno.


This is something most people don't even notice until they compare VGA and DVI side by side. It can make a huge difference in clarity. Although the VGA input on some monitors is much better than others, so YMMV.
banned#14
i have the 26" version of this with dvi and hdmi and it has brilliant picture quality:thumbsup:
#16
I paid a bit extra (£350) for my Samsung monitor but man it was worth it.
Syncmaster 2493HM
- DVI
- HDMI
- 1080p

Cant beat that ^
#17
Good luck with buying from Dabs.com, you'll need it!
#18
I've had one of these for a few weeks (from Dabs). Had DVI on a Sony 19" before. Can't see any noticeable difference in quality. I now use this through a KVM switch with a MacBook and PC (Windows 7 RC), hence VGA not a problem for me. The monitor does have a narrow viewing angle - but sat in front of it it's great.
#19
Looks like the 24" has finally hit the budget prices everyone has been waiting for but it's a bitter sweet victory as the beautiful screens with better panels are looking too expensive now in comparison.

I'd say your eyes will thank you for a better panel at this kind of size, these screens are for people who just cannot afford more than this. Just over £200 gets you some truly beautiful displays at 24" but that is a big step up in price.
#20
maddogb;5841019
not true, simplify the circuit and quality improves, reproduction quality that is
Not quite sure what you're criticising, but DVI is simpler than VGA - you don't have a digital-analogue-digital conversion.
#21
ag55
... I paid a bit extra ...


Your definition of a "bit extra" and mine differ quite a bit!
#22


lol, you can't compare this !

it's a 23.....:whistling:
#23
grumpyone
Your definition of a "bit extra" and mine differ quite a bit!


:thumbsup: ...... i was thinking the same thing, 2.5x more expensive :-D
#24
Fairly good price but its from DABS and having had very poor service from them in the past I wouldnt ever shop there again.
#25


does this have dvi ?
#26
andyellis_2000;5852927
Fairly good price but its from DABS and having had very poor service from them in the past I wouldnt ever shop there again.


Years ago Dabs was the only place I'd shop online for tech, it was such a brilliant design, you could do advanced filtering and really compare stuff in a specific range (long before anyone else was doing it this deep). The prices were good and the huge print adverts they ran were a great way to quickly catch up on prices across loads of tech.

Something happened to them along the way, the customer service went to hell, I had major arguments with them over a bunch of products and in the end gave up and haven't used them since.

Everyone has their own bad experience of even the best stores so you can take comments like mine for what they, one persons experience, but if you read enough of these, maybe it'll influence you.
#27
earthlink001;5853212
does this have dvi ?
Looks like analog and HDMI only. You can use an adaptor to turn the HDMI into DVI, with any luck they'd include that with the screen.
#28
received monitor a couple of days ago, honestly, it's very good.

cross fingers it stays that way....
1 Like #29
Ah come on guys. No DVI - no big deal.

I have the 22 inch one without DVI, and am typing this at the mo on a dual monitor setup: 1080 x 1920 (portrait VGA) next to a Formac 1600 x 1200 (landscape DVI), and resolution/sharpness wise, can't tell the difference tbh. Display is rock-steady and pleased as punch.

At this price, it's a steal ...
Judy
#30
Judy aa
Ah come on guys. No DVI - no big deal.

I have the 22 inch one without DVI, and am typing this at the mo on a dual monitor setup: 1080 x 1920 (portrait VGA) next to a Formac 1600 x 1200 (landscape DVI), and resolution/sharpness wise, can't tell the difference tbh. Display is rock-steady and pleased as punch.

At this price, it's a steal ...
Judy



DVI and VGA? A steal?

Everyone knows its HDMI or the highway. All the latest cards (graphics) are coming out with HDMI
#31
slr722x;5973627
DVI and VGA? A steal?

Everyone knows its HDMI or the highway. All the latest cards (graphics) are coming out with HDMI


That's a terrible judgment call. HDMI on a monitor, only reason to have it is so you can hook up to a graphics card that has HDMI and carry the audio to the monitor. I haven't come across a single monitor yet that had anything but a terrible tiny speaker that wasn't much use for more than system beeps.

The reason HDMI is appearing on monitors now is nothing to do with image quality, it is just about establishing a standard connection. Graphics cards are moving to HDMI because of the ability to connect to TV's.

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