LG W2452TX 24" TFT Monitor 1920x1200 DVI + VGA £177.52 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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LG W2452TX 24" TFT Monitor 1920x1200 DVI + VGA £177.52 @ Ebuyer

£177.52 @ Ebuyer
Full resolution 24" monitor here. Bit more expensive than the standard 1920x1080 ones that are flooding around online, but well worth it in my opinion. The extra 120 pixels is a lot considering that y…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Full resolution 24" monitor here. Bit more expensive than the standard 1920x1080 ones that are flooding around online, but well worth it in my opinion. The extra 120 pixels is a lot considering that you lose around 200 pixels at the top and bottom from menus etc.
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#1
That is a pity you cannot rotate that one. Anyway, decent monitor, decent price.

Just a remark. I got two monitors: 1080 pixels one and 1200 one . The latter is much better. The former is so low when in landscape and so unbelieveably narrow when rotated (not mentioning that web pages do not fit at width).
#2
I find the latest range of LG monitors and TVs are up there with the best.

Voted hot.
#3
dcx_badass
Good price, got from me, much better than silly 1080 monitors.


+1, sick of stupid people voting hot for 24" 1080p monitors not realising they are being conned out of 120x1920 pixels!!! 230,400 pixels!!!!!
#4
Looks like quite an old monitor, no HDMI input or anything. Presumably a TN panel?
#5
J400uk
Looks like quite an old monitor, no HDMI input or anything. Presumably a TN panel?


Obviously a TN panel. VA panels are typically £300+ and IPS panels are £400+. Anything in the £150-£225 price range is a TN, and you will typically not find (m)any monitors priced between £225 and £300 because there is such a big gap in price between the best TN monitors and the cheapest VA/IPS panel monitors.


P.S. HDMI to DVI - £3.17 @ eBuyer
#6
Hot!

"HD" is almost fake in monitors, HD resolution has acauly crippled the usability of most now.

1920x1200 > 1920x1080 any day.

I can't let go of my Dell 2209WA 1680x1050 :p
#7
I paid £200 for my 24" VA panel Yuraku (yeah crap company), but it has a samsung VA panel and viewing angles are great.

Well worth the money IMO. But that was over 2 years ago! You would think they have gone cheaper by now, this is just £25 cheaper!
#8
J400uk
Looks like quite an old monitor, no HDMI input or anything. Presumably a TN panel?


It has HDCP which is basically HDMI input - I also have this on my Monitor and one end is DVI and the other is HDMI.

This is WAY better than your usual 1080p monitors and it seems to be a good price at £177.
#9
rash

This is WAY better than your usual 1080p monitors and it seems to be a good price at £177.


No its actually an obsolete monitor. The latest crop of 24" monitors are 1080p with HDMI, this is clearly a very old model that been sold cheaply in clearence.
#10
dcx_badass
Take your rubbish elsewhere. 1080P is crap and only for stupid consoles. HDMI is useless aswell, especially when it has DVI.


No you take your misleading crap elsewhere, this is an obsolete monitor. The market has moved onto 1080p/ HDMI screens. Wake up FFS.

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