LG 22" Widescreen Full HD LED Monitor £127.27 @ Ebuyer (runs almost 2 full 24 hour days on 15p worth of electricity) - if you heavily use a CRT monitor - this could pay for itself in under a year, and for most will cover its cost in its lifetime - HotUKDeals
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Slim LED LCD Monitor E40 displays extremely clear and natural pictures with mega Contrast Ratio. Furthermore, the energy-efficient monitor saves money and even slows down global warming while providing optimized environment for various computing activities.

Colours 16.7 million colours
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Brightness 250 cd/m²
Contrast Original: 1,000:1
DFC: 5,000,000:1
Response time 5 ms
Video Inputs/Type 1 x VGA
USB Hub No
Audio Loudspeakers No
Max. Consumption 23 Watts (just under 42 hours per kilowatt hour of electricity)

PRICE WAS ORIGINALLY £124.85 WHEN POSTED, AND UPPED TO £127.27 - ONLY 4 LEFT WHEN POSTING THIS - SO IS LIKELY TO FALL AGAIN WHEN NEW STOCK APPEARS.
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#1
strange the price being so low on monitors but where as with LED TVs the price still seems to be high
1 Like #2
The energy saving thing might come in handy, but saying that im running a 1000W rig with a 27" sammy monitor, 40" sammy tv, xbox 360, and ps3 all at the same time for like 15 hours a day. But from what scientists say we'll all be dead in 30 years anyway so who gives a **** right? :-D
#3
Seems an excellent deal.
#4
Description says; Slim LED LCD Monitor.

Which is it?
#5
credington
Description says; Slim LED LCD Monitor.

Which is it?


LED is the source of backlighting for the LCD screen. Its the same with TVs.
#6
if you use a frequently use a CRT monitor - this could pay for itself in under a year..


If you pay £125 per year for the electricity for 1 monitor you SERIOUSLY need a new screen lol. :-D
#7
credington
Description says; Slim LED LCD Monitor.

Which is it?


It uses LCD technology but with LEDs for backlighting (instead of flourescent) - true LED (also known as Organic-LEDs, perhaps?) TVs/ monitors are very expensive and I think they have relatively short lifetimes. Also, they are very difficult to make into large sizes such as 32" etc. reliably - hence the high costs.
#8
Thanks for the LCD/LED clarification.
#9
Does anyone know the full model number and whether it comes with VESA mounting holes?
#10
Terrible Zoom picture on Ebuyer and only a VGA connector??
2 Likes #11
If you left a CRT monitor ON (not on standby) for an entire year, it would cost about £90-100 in leccy.

i.e. in the real world, a CRT will probably cost you around £30 or £40 a year in electric (assuming 8 hours a day of use).

Not saying this is a bad deal, but dont make silly claims.
#12
VGA only and cheap price screams of crap TN panel. Don't expect to be watching movies well on this thing as horrible contrast shifts and viewing angles are likely.
#13
chaywa;8740407
VGA only and cheap price screams of crap TN panel. Don't expect to be watching movies well on this thing as horrible contrast shifts and viewing angles are likely.

dur, you wont get anything but a TN panel at this price
#14
MrShed
If you left a CRT monitor ON (not on standby) for an entire year, it would cost about £90-100 in leccy.

i.e. in the real world, a CRT will probably cost you around £30 or £40 a year in electric (assuming 8 hours a day of use).

Not saying this is a bad deal, but dont make silly claims.


That sounds a bit more like it. Was horrified to think that a third of my annual usage could be from one monitor!!!!
#15
chaywa
VGA only and cheap price screams of crap TN panel. Don't expect to be watching movies well on this thing as horrible contrast shifts and viewing angles are likely.


TN is perfectly acceptable for everyone, except for those that need accurate colours (e.g. graphic artists) and maybe enthusiasts (who really wants the best in PQ).

The major downside of this monitor (for me anyway) is the lack of DVI/HDMI If that is the case. But I'm sure that for many, this won't be an issue.
#16
VGA only? You must be joking, at full HD a digital signal is essential for good picture quality. Also the slim design is technically more challenging, and the deeper screens are often more energy efficient, especially when LEDs are locally dimmed. Finally I would gladly pay a few quid more for an integrated USB hub, integrated speakers (even if they cannot compete with my HiFi) and especially DisplayPort.
#17
Anybody know if this is HDCP compliant?

If it is then I might go for it, use it for my PS3.

Edit: Err...VGA only answers my question! What a joke. Going to have to vote cold on that basis, ridiculous in this day and age.
#18
MrPuddington
VGA only? You must be joking, at full HD a digital signal is essential for good picture quality. Also the slim design is technically more challenging, and the deeper screens are often more energy efficient, especially when LEDs are locally dimmed. Finally I would gladly pay a few quid more for an integrated USB hub, integrated speakers (even if they cannot compete with my HiFi) and especially DisplayPort.


Don't think blu-rays disks will playback on this monitor then either since it doesn't have HDMI (and therefore no HDCP)
#19
Simong_1984
Does anyone know the full model number and whether it comes with VESA mounting holes?



Model is E40



Yomanda
Terrible Zoom picture on Ebuyer and only a VGA connector??


Some people are never happy! :whistling:



MrShed
If you left a CRT monitor ON (not on standby) for an entire year, it would cost about £90-100 in leccy.

i.e. in the real world, a CRT will probably cost you around £30 or £40 a year in electric (assuming 8 hours a day of use).

Not saying this is a bad deal, but dont make silly claims.



Comparing like for like - current Iiyama 22 inch CRT flat screen with 20 inches visible is rated at 2.5A @ 220v = 550W an hour. So 527W an hour more (550 - 23).

Based on 12,5p per KW hour, this monitor costs roughly 1000 KW hours. and at 527W runs for under 2 hours to save 1KW (2 hours = 1054W).

So even claiming it saves only 1KWh every two hours - you get 1000 hours (its cost) multiplied by 2 = 2000 hours to recover its cost.

Under 40 hours per week, or between 5 or 6 hours per day - so anyone working with their PC will easily use this.
#20
Utterly crippled by VGA connection!
#21
You would be hard pushed to find many CRTs running above 150W. I think you've picked the highest energy consumption one you can find!
#22
ibiza
Comparing like for like - current Iiyama 22 inch CRT flat screen with 20 inches visible is rated at 2.5A @ 220v = 550W an hour.

550W is hardly typical for a CRT. :thinking:
#23
Agharta
550W is hardly typical for a CRT. :thinking:


I'm pleased someone else sees past the bamboozling figures being bandied about!!
#24
striker33
The energy saving thing might come in handy, but saying that im running a 1000W rig with a 27" sammy monitor, 40" sammy tv, xbox 360, and ps3 all at the same time for like 15 hours a day. But from what scientists say we'll all be dead in 30 years anyway so who gives a **** right? :-D


Scientists get paid to say whatever is relevant to their current funding.
So next year it could be 'burn tires to save the whales...'
1 Like #25
VGA is like so 1990's ! - I voted hot before reading the spec. (Doh!) Someone please vote cold for me!
#26
Just about to order due to the great pricing until I saw VGA.

Needs to be HDMI as standard these days on monitors.
#27
Was sorely tempted to buy this, until i seen the crap specs for it. Waste of cash!
#28
need moar HDMI / DVI / DisplayPort

sorry OP cold !

cut out the global warming clap trap too ! that is one scare story the awakened masses do not buy anymore.
#29
Real shame about the VGA only, voted cold (sorry)

Its also cheaper at CCL http://www.**************/product-info.asp?product_id=45396
#30
I really want to get this at this price but everything I have got with LG so far has failed on me (didnt last longer than 2 weeks to 6 months). Has anybody else had problems with LG or is it just me?
#31
MrPuddington
VGA only? You must be joking, at full HD a digital signal is essential for good picture quality. Also the slim design is technically more challenging, and the deeper screens are often more energy efficient, especially when LEDs are locally dimmed. Finally I would gladly pay a few quid more for an integrated USB hub, integrated speakers (even if they cannot compete with my HiFi) and especially DisplayPort.


LED backlit screens are not always locally dimmed. This one almost certainly have the LEDs mounted on the edges - local dimming cannot be possible with edge mounted LEDs. Why are the deeper screens more energy efficient? Usually the thicker chassis use a rear mounted matrix of LEDs - that is more wasteful on energy than edge mounted LEDs, like the ones within this display. Rear mounted LEDs do allow for localised dimming.
#32
bingowings85
need moar HDMI / DVI / DisplayPort

sorry OP cold !

cut out the global warming clap trap too ! that is one scare story the awakened masses do not buy anymore.


If you already have an LCD monitor the difference in power consumption is maybe only 10-15watts of difference anyway (estimation!!) - I.e. not a big deal

And who has CRT monitors nowadays anyway!!
#33
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#34
derrycityboy
If you already have an LCD monitor the difference in power consumption is maybe only 10-15watts of difference anyway (estimation!!) - I.e. not a big deal

And who has CRT monitors nowadays anyway!!


You'd probably be quite surprised actually...!!!

CRT give better picture quality so a lot of people still have them :thumbsup:
#35
derrycityboy
If you already have an LCD monitor the difference in power consumption is maybe only 10-15watts of difference anyway (estimation!!) - I.e. not a big deal

And who has CRT monitors nowadays anyway!!


If my 24" phillips hadn't died a while ago, I would still have a crt for their colour reproduction (which is very important in graphics design), only reason I had to go for a lcd is that the cost to replace like for like was far in excess of my budget and getting a lcd with "good enough" colour reproduction was the best I could do.
#36
noddle36
I really want to get this at this price but everything I have got with LG so far has failed on me (didnt last longer than 2 weeks to 6 months). Has anybody else had problems with LG or is it just me?


iv'e had a few LG monitors, (5 or so) and had a problem with one them. LG gave me a bigger, newer brand new model as a replacement as they didn't have any more in stock.

Great service IMO - Donno about their other products but their monitors are good.
#37
I agree with all the other comments above .... VGA only ...no DVI or HDMI ....Voted COLD ! :roll:
#38
MrShed;8740406
Not saying this is a bad deal, but dont make silly claims.
Absolutely. :thumbsup: Much cheaper to switch your monitor off when you're not using it than to buy a new one!
MrPuddington;8740530
VGA only? You must be joking, at full HD a digital signal is essential for good picture quality.
Is it? What about "component" connections? They work quite well. The reason why this is VGA only is not technical by the way - it's due to EU import duties.
ibiza;8740789
Comparing like for like - current Iiyama 22 inch CRT flat screen with 20 inches visible is rated at 2.5A @ 220v = 550W an hour. So 527W an hour more (550 - 23).
"550W an hour"? Watts are a measure of power, not energy. And to say the power is volts multiplied by amps is wrong - do some research on power factor and you will see that the actual power consumption can be much lower - <150W as others have stated. Your calculations are wrong.
MrShed;8742139
CRT give better picture quality so a lot of people still have them :thumbsup:
The main advantage of CRT over a good LCD monitor is its ability to show interlaced pictures properly. Unless you're using this to display interlaced video, you're not going to get that advantage.
#39
Golden Dragoon
If my 24" phillips hadn't died a while ago, I would still have a crt for their colour reproduction (which is very important in graphics design), only reason I had to go for a lcd is that the cost to replace like for like was far in excess of my budget and getting a lcd with "good enough" colour reproduction was the best I could do.


Was about to write except for people who need it for the colour reproduction. :-D (I'm sure most have upgraded to IPS LCD displays by now!)
#40
MrShed
You'd probably be quite surprised actually...!!!

CRT give better picture quality so a lot of people still have them :thumbsup:


Eh? Was that a joke? If it's not you haven't bought a decent quality lcd in the last 6 years then.

As for the claims on electricity consumption for crts. Whoever said one screen would cost £50+ a year if left on 8 hours a day, you seriously need to change energy suppliers. Either that or you are running one mammoth screen, or it's faulty.

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