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LG W2252S 22" Wide Screen 5ms LCD TFT Black 10000:1 ratio £167.03 delivered @dabs.com

£167.03 @ Dabs
PRODUCT FEATURES: High brightness Wide viewing angle Ultra high contrast ratio Ultra fast response time Highlights of the LG Electronics 22" Wide 5ms LCD TFT Black High brightness Wid…
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PRODUCT FEATURES:

High brightness

Wide viewing angle

Ultra high contrast ratio

Ultra fast response time

Highlights of the LG Electronics 22" Wide 5ms LCD TFT Black
High brightness
Wide viewing angle
Ultra high contrast ratio
Ultra fast response time

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Specifications
Audio Output
Type None Dimensions & Weight
Depth 6 cm Height 37.6 cm Weight 4.4 kg Width 52 cm Display (Projector)
Colour support 24-bit (16.7 million colours) Diagonal Size 22 in Display Positions Adjustments Swivel Tilt Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch 0.282 mm Dynamic Contrast Ratio 10000:1 Form Factor Desktop Image Aspect Ratio 16:10 Image Brightness 300 cd/m2 Image Max H-View Angle 170 Image Max V-View Angle 170 Interface VGA (HD-15) Max H-Sync Rate 83 kHz Max Resolution 1680 x 1050 Max V-Sync Rate 75 Hz Monitor Features F-ENGINE technology SRGB colour management OSD Languages Chinese English Finnish French German Greek Italian Japanese Korean Polish Portuguese Russian Spanish Swedish Ukrainian Response Time 5 ms Signal Input VGA Technology TFT active matrix TFT Technology TN Type Flat panel display Widescreen Widescreen Header
Compatibility PC Manufacturer LG Electronics Model W2252S Packaged Quantity 1 Product Line LG Input Device
Type None Miscellaneous
Colour Glossy black Compliant Standards CE CUL EPA Energy Star FCC Class B certified SEMKO TCO '03 TUV GS UL VESA DDC/CI Networking
Type None Power Device
Form Factor Internal Power Consumption Operational 40 Watt Power Consumption Stand by / Sleep 1 Watt System Requirements
OS Required Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Video Input
Analogue video Signal RGB TV Tuner Presence No Video Output
Type None
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#1
been looking for a good tft screen for my computer with good specs this was the best i think big size and massive 10000:1 contrast ratio.
#2
No DVI (digital) input - analog VGA only. You'd be daft to spend this much on a monitor this size without getting one with DVI - even if you can't use it immediately, monitors last for years longer than the rest of a PC (ibefore they're obsolete). Even if you need to spend a bit more, get one with a DVI interface - it'll give you a better picture (google for cleartype and similar resolution boosting techniques if you're interested) and it'll be more useful for longer.
#3
For me, around that price point, I'd want DVI input. So voted cold- especially as the price of large monitors is falling rapidly.

I know people will say but it's an LG and 10,000:1 and in a pretty case etc but at the same time there are better quality screens at that price or less.
Manufacturer's claims of contrast ratio should be taken with a giant pinch of salt, as there is no one industry measurement standard they all have to adhere to- so comparisons between manufacturer's sets are meaningless and as a result the claims made are generally just 'marketing hype'
#4
Ajibee
No DVI (digital) input - analog VGA only. You'd be daft to spend this much on a monitor this size without getting one with DVI.

+1.
#5
i just got the acer p223w with dvi and its awesome.
true 2500:1 contast and it looks stunning

paid £150 for it
#6
what would you guys recommend then as a 22"/24" monitor for around this price (£200ish)?
#7
Agharta
+1.


Agree, No DVI = No Buy

This is actually Over priced for that fact alone
#8
goliath
For me, around that price point, I'd want DVI input. So voted cold- especially as the price of large monitors is falling rapidly.

I know people will say but it's an LG and 10,000:1 and in a pretty case etc but at the same time there are better quality screens at that price or less.
Manufacturer's claims of contrast ratio should be taken with a giant pinch of salt, as there is no one industry measurement standard they all have to adhere to- so comparisons between manufacturer's sets are meaningless and as a result the claims made are generally just 'marketing hype'

can you show me one with same specs as that and with dvi? because dvi version is £30 more it think, if you can please let me know as i need to buy a screen and this is the cheapest by far with the specs.
#9
ramiuk1
i just got the acer p223w with dvi and its awesome.
true 2500:1 contast and it looks stunning

paid £150 for it


care to share where from? I need to buy one for son no,1

toad
#10
sarbjeet_
can you show me one with same specs as that and with dvi?


Hi Sarbjeet, have you tried this:

http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=22%22+dvi&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&scoring=p&lnk=pruser&hl=en&price1=100&price2=180&btnP=Go

- lists Google shopping results that match 22" and DVI priced between £100 & £180 (though beware that some of the results have neither, even though their pages match the search criteria).

There are some decent monitors in there - I haven't compared all the specs one for one, but I'd rather have, say, an AG Neovo or similar with DVI than a Samsung without. Also, for the 'lesser' brand names, see if you can find out which panel they have in them - there are only a few panel manufacturers, so you may well be able to get the same panel as the Samsung in 'cheaper' clothing (in terms of price rather than looks).

Hey, even if you really want the Samsung, spend the extra for the DVI model - I wouldn't buy a monitor without DVI ever these days - anything less is a false economy. I say this more for those who don't know about the difference between DVI and VGA - there are a lot of large panels that look like a good deal, but without DVI they're not so good - and it pains me to see people spending cash on inferior goods just because they don't know better. If you know the difference and aren't worried about it then that's fine too.
#11
from argos,its the black one.
i bought it last week and it was £149.99

its awesome,by far the clearest monitor i ever used.

best thing is its VGA and DVI,also its DCHP compatable so it can take HDMI through adapter and it looks stunning,i watch 1080p movies on it and they look so good its untrue
#12
toadoftoadhall
care to share where from? I need to buy one for son no,1

toad


Try:

http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=p223w&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&show=dd&scoring=p&lnk=pruser&hl=en&price1=150.00&price2=180.00&btnP=Go

...for instance!

This Goggle Shopping thing might catch on yet :thumbsup:!
#13
Ajibee
Hi Sarbjeet, have you tried this:

http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=22%22+dvi&btnG=Search+Products&hl=en&scoring=p&lnk=pruser&hl=en&price1=100&price2=180&btnP=Go

- lists Google shopping results that match 22" and DVI priced between £100 & £180 (though beware that some of the results have neither, even though their pages match the search criteria).

There are some decent monitors in there - I haven't compared all the specs one for one, but I'd rather have, say, an AG Neovo or similar with DVI than a Samsung without. Also, for the 'lesser' brand names, see if you can find out which panel they have in them - there are only a few panel manufacturers, so you may well be able to get the same panel as the Samsung in 'cheaper' clothing (in terms of price rather than looks).

Hey, even if you really want the Samsung, spend the extra for the DVI model - I wouldn't buy a monitor without DVI ever these days - anything less is a false economy. I say this more for those who don't know about the difference between DVI and VGA - there are a lot of large panels that look like a good deal, but without DVI they're not so good - and it pains me to see people spending cash on inferior goods just because they don't know better. If you know the difference and aren't worried about it then that's fine too.


yer i have thats the first thing i did and nothing meets the graphic quality of the lg the fujistu siemens is £110 ratio of 2000;1 and its "22 same size but no where near the contrast ratio of the lg which to me is important and looks much nicer so still nothing cheaper or same price with same specs.
#14
trust me the acer is better than the LG,the contrast ratio is an over hyped figure that people and companies use to sell stuff,its not as important as other qualitys,like colours and also i think the LG is dynamic contrast which is basically half of what it says it is

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