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Next best is ~ £130. £125 @ Amazon, but upto 4 week delivery time.


Slim Width of 17.5mm: E40 creates a uniquely sleek and delicate appearance that accentuates any interior

Eco-Friendly Materials: E40 series is an eco-friendly monitor that understands your concerns for health and environment. Free of hazardous substances such as halogen and mercury, LED backlight minimizes industrial waste with its longer product life and li

Mega Contrast Ratio: Offers excellent picture quality that can be realized by LED technology by showing sharper contrast of brightness and darkness

Photo Effect: Photo Effect enables users to apply various effects on photos such as black and white and sepia by just pushing a button and without affecting the original. The function includes a built-in colour calibration function

Innovative LED: E40s LED backlight panel sets a new standard for monitors with excellent qualities such as incomparably slim depth, Mega Contrast ratio that reproduces deeper and richer pictures, and low power consumption that help preserve the environme

Overwhelming Excitement of Full HD: HD and Full HD (1920x1080 pixels) resolution and reproduces visuals in more detailed and vivid colours

Resolution - 1920 x 1080
Dynamic Contrast Ratio - 5000000:1
Response Time - 5ms
Interface - D-Sub
Viewing Angle - 170/160 degrees
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#1
I don't think this is the same model, not sure which of the two is best, however, It's a Full HD 22" LG Monitor for £109.98.

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Monitors/22inchMonitors/W2243S-PF.html

Good post for a nice monitor!

No HDMI or DVI on both, or so it would appear from the spec list.
#2
vga = cold
#3
they made a great, thin, LED, HD display......and put a vga connector on it, may have actually gone for this, nice price but that silly oversight killed it
LG s over sight not the poster
#4
This is an LCD monitor with an LED backlight in case anyone gets confused thinking this is a pure LED monitor. Good price btw - heat added.
#5
1080p through VGA? hmmmm... http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090812012318AAnAqVE

baffles me, and i work in IT. how a nyone is supposed to feel confident buying all this HD crap nowadays is beyond me
#6
fishmaster
This is an LCD monitor with an LED backlight in case anyone gets confused thinking this is a pure LED monitor. Good price btw - heat added.


dude it seems you are the one whom is confussed...

The is no "PURE LED" monitors...

LCD = Liquid Crystal Display ---- LED is a methord of Lighting, only

Just thourght i'd share it with out..
#7
mamboboy
Well, it Full HD so basically just means it will support the 1920 x 1080 resolution. But a monitor/TV needs HDMI or DVI to support a HDCP encrypted signal.
I personally don't understand why a manufacturer would leave off at least DVI on a pretty new range monitor...


1. it may be cheaper to make chips that transmit VGA signal
2. Companies want you to spen more for the DVI / HDMI and now Display port monitors

the is no diffrence between HDMI / DVI except HDMI also transmits Audio

I prefer HDMI to Scart but for pc use i like DVI
#8
meathane
1080p through VGA? hmmmm... http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090812012318AAnAqVE

baffles me, and i work in IT. how a nyone is supposed to feel confident buying all this HD crap nowadays is beyond me


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_cable

Max Resolution through a VGA Cable:

2048 x 1536
#9
there certainly are led monitors - russia used them for eurovision last year and they are (a) large (b) fantastic (c) horrendously expensive.
#10
meathane
1080p through VGA? hmmmm... http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090812012318AAnAqVE

baffles me, and i work in IT. how a nyone is supposed to feel confident buying all this HD crap nowadays is beyond me


Surely you are aware that 1080P specifies a resolution, of which certain variants of VGA can meet or exceed. As you are involved in IT work you are probably confusing the orignal VGA specification which had a resolution of 640 x 480. Today, this has been superseded by variants. The monitor in question is not HD Ready which is probably another source of confusion. 1080P, 720P and HD Ready are not the same thing although the resolutions and HD Ready are not dichotomous either.

The link to Yahoo answers you referenced is meaningless. The question is meaningless and so are the answers. VGA is an analogue signal and it appears the question appears to ask if the VGA signal is the same as a DVI digital signal, although it is open to interpretation as it really is poorly expressed (eg. can I put diesel into a car that is fuelled by petrol?).
#11
tigger80
dude it seems you are the one whom is confussed...

The is no "PURE LED" monitors...

LCD = Liquid Crystal Display ---- LED is a methord of Lighting, only

Just thourght i'd share it with out..


What about OLED displays that do not use a backlight but supports self-illumination and can produce colour without polarizer filters?
#12
tigger80
dude it seems you are the one whom is confussed...

The is no "PURE LED" monitors...

LCD = Liquid Crystal Display ---- LED is a methord of Lighting, only

Just thourght i'd share it with out..


There are pure LED monitors but no consumer based ones yet. I'm sorry I seem to have confused you more, and please learn how to spell. I wanted to make the point that there are no consumer based 22" pure LED monitors. All of these so called consumer LED monitors are LCD based using an LED backlight.
#13
ElliottC
What about OLED displays that do not use a backlight but supports self-illumination and can produce colour without polarizer filters?


Yeah the bloke's an idiot. I only wanted to hopefully help by saying that this isn't a pure LED monitor as some people think ah the panel is LED when in fact it's LCD, and Mr stupid decides to have a rant at me in some form of English I'm not familiar with.

There are OLED monitors 7.4" will set you back over £2K currently, at least from Sony.
#14
speakerwizard
they made a great, thin, LED, HD display......and put a vga connector on it, may have actually gone for this, nice price but that silly oversight killed it
LG s over sight not the poster


Not really an oversight but, paradoxically it keeps costs down (since VGA circuitry cost more to produce due to ADC converters, so the earlier post regarding VGA chips being cheaper isn't correct). I say paradoxically because I recently learnt that European directives impose duties on monitors with HDMI and DVI since those types of monitors are classed as multi function devices (similar to digital cameras being restricted to 29 mins video recording, otherwise they would be classified in another category).
#15
Another would be great monitor crippled by lack of dvi/ hdmi
#16
fishmaster
Yeah the bloke's an idiot. I only wanted to hopefully help by saying that this isn't a pure LED monitor as some people think ah the panel is LED when in fact it's LCD, and Mr stupid decides to have a rant at me in some form of English I'm not familiar with.

There are OLED monitors 7.4" will set you back over £2K currently, at least from Sony.


I did see the rather uncongenial manner in the post but it isn't really worth retorting, which sometimes leads to the vultures joining in an having a go (the sad people). That post was clearly incorrect but best to leave it to him as whether he accepts the correction or not.
#17
the link says its £128.36 not £113.98
#18
Link for me shows - £130.91
#19
Just spotted on Ebay (from MISCO) firm price of £83.99 with free delivery - now that is hot

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