LG W2042S 20" Widescreen 5ms Silver LCD TFT Monitor - Tilt Stand 8000:1 - £90 delivered @ Amazon! - HotUKDeals
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LG W2042S 20" Widescreen 5ms Silver LCD TFT Monitor - Tilt Stand 8000:1 - £90.00 delivered @ Amazon!

£90.00 @ Amazon
This multipurpose 20" monitor is one of the new w42 series from LG. With a slimline silver bezel and a screen incorporating LG's picture enhancing chip - the Flatron f engine. This technology allows t… Read More
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This multipurpose 20" monitor is one of the new w42 series from LG. With a slimline silver bezel and a screen incorporating LG's picture enhancing chip - the Flatron f engine. This technology allows the monitor to display colours that are vivid and natural. In addition the brightness and contrast are enhanced providing a contrast ratio of 8000 1.
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banned#1
blimey good find
#2
What would it take to be able to plug a ps2 into one of these?
#3
hmmm not bad for a standard TFT
#4
bod emrys
Agreed, good find - but worth mentioning that there's no DVI connection :)

whats DVI for?
#5
WeeWifie
whats DVI for?


so you can hook up your dvdplayer , ps3 or xbox360 or anything with DVI connection hardware to the monitor so it is not only limited to as a pc monitor, also the picture quality would be better if your pc graphic card has DVI output than the typical VGA:thumbsup:
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mulmul
so you can hook up your dvdplayer , ps3 or xbox360 or anything with DVI connection hardware to the monitor so it is not only limited to as a pc monitor, also the picture quality would be better if your pc graphic card has DVI output than the typical VGA:thumbsup:


Actually, VGA is a legacy connector these days. The vast majority of graphics cards come with a DVI connector.

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