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I saw this monitor for £229 and its around £250 or greater on other websites. I also used price comparison websites and did not find this listed. The website also has other great monitors.

DONT BELIEVE ALL THE REVIEWS. CNET for example said that the monitors brightness was low and its actually very bright. Also the monitors default settings are crap so you have to adjust them a little. (Mine are 85 for brightness, and in Cinema Mode. Didn't touch contrast)

Technical details from jackofallgames:

Lg W2486L-PF 24" Wide TFT LED Screen (2ms) 2 ms, DVI, HDMI x 2, VGA

Brand New with LG Warranty!

Price includes vat & Free insured warranty!

With a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 and a response time of 2 ms, all your applications will flow smoothly in rich, sharp detail on the LG W2486L-PF TFT screen! Photos, films, games, applications and more will all look fantastic in the Full HD resolution on this 24-inch widescreen display. The W2486L PF monitor also features plenty of picture-enhancing technology and adjustable settings for optimal viewing in all kinds of working environments. Plus, when it comes to connections, the LG W-2486L-PF has a VGA port, a DVI port and two HDMi sockets.

Audio Loudspeakers : No
Brightness : 250 cd/m²
Colours : 16.7 million colours
Contrast : 1,000,000:1 (dynamic)
Frequency Page : Vertical: from 56 to 75 Hz
Max. Consumption : 28 W
Point Size : 0.276 mm
Resolution : 1,920 x 1,080 pixels at 60 Hz
Response time : 2 ms
Size : Without stand: 430 x 577.4 x 84.1 mmWith stand: 440.5 x 577.4 x 198.4 mm
USB Hub : No
Video Inputs/Type : 1 x DVI, 1 x VGA, 2 x HDMi
Viewing Angle Horizontal/Vertical : 170 / 160
Weight : 4.7 kg

If above link does not work go to the website and click on "computing" on the left hand side under categories and click on "LCD Monitors/TFT Screens.

BTW I'm using this monitor for my PS3, Xbox 360 and PC and I'm loving it. NO GHOSTING.
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#1
A far cheaper and good quality monitor here:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/169099

LED is overrated imho and not worth the extra costs at the moment.
#2
Droid;8541567
A far cheaper and good quality monitor here:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/169099

Only 5ms response time.
#3
Droid
A far cheaper and good quality monitor here:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/169099

LED is overrated imho and not worth the extra costs at the moment.


There are many advantages of LED over LCD. for example:

1) its slimmer and can fit into tighter spaces
2) Its less glossy and has better viewing angles
3) Uses ALOT less power than LCD's hence saving you energy
4) It has better blacks. I can GUARANTEE that the BenQ Monitor has back light bleeding.
5) This monitor in particular has 2 HDMI's which may be useful for some people

I'm not trying to argue, i'm just saying I prefer LED cause of these advantages.
#4
Droid
A far cheaper and good quality monitor here:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/169099

LED is overrated imho and not worth the extra costs at the moment.


There are many advantages of LED over LCD. for example:

1) its slimmer and can fit into tighter spaces
2) Its less glossy and has better viewing angles
3) Uses ALOT less power than LCD's hence saving you energy
4) It has better blacks. I can GUARANTEE that the BenQ Monitor has back light bleeding.
5) This monitor in particular has 2 HDMI's which may be useful for some people

I'm not trying to argue, i'm just saying I prefer LED cause of these advantages.
#5
Is this Spam ?
"The website also has other great monitors"
New Member ?
#6
anthony712
Is this Spam ?
"The website also has other great monitors"
New Member ?


Is that spam?
I didn't know, this is my first post.
#7
I would suggest that the difference between 2ms and 5ms transitions is imperceptible. If you can really tell the difference and it bothers you, then you probably need a CRT and not an LCD.
#8
alasrati;8541911
I would suggest that the difference between 2ms and 5ms transitions is imperceptible. If you can really tell the difference and it bothers you, then you probably need a CRT and not an LCD.

The human eye wouldn't be able to detect 5ms response time. However, many manufacturers use the trick of quoting response times for changes only between black to black or grey to grey, so if 5ms is claimed, it can sometimes be somewhat longer in practice to the level where it is just about perceptible. If you buy a 2ms monitor and this practice is used, in effect you have something like an 8ms monitor.

Just the same as hi-fi manufacturers used to quote peak watts instead of RMS to try make their systems look louder than the competition.
#9
anewman
Only 5ms response time.


If you can tell the difference between 2ms and 5ms using your eyes you have a very special skill.
#10
Spartan Coca
There are many advantages of LED over LCD. for example:

1) its slimmer and can fit into tighter spaces
2) Its less glossy and has better viewing angles
3) Uses ALOT less power than LCD's hence saving you energy
4) It has better blacks. I can GUARANTEE that the BenQ Monitor has back light bleeding.
5) This monitor in particular has 2 HDMI's which may be useful for some people

I'm not trying to argue, i'm just saying I prefer LED cause of these advantages.


I've seen both these monitors in the flesh so:

1) It's not much slimmer at all.
2) true
3) true, but saving 50p per year will take a long time to recoup the price difference
4) yes but it's negligible
5) yup 2 might be preferable for some

The price difference really isn't worth it overall though. Until OLED screens are made at this size, you're better off with the cheaper option.

Anyway I don't care if you want to spend your money on one or not, but I still say it's not worth the extra coin at this time.
#11
Ive just ordered a BenQ G920WL LED 19" monitor DVI-D HDCP for a fantastic £97 delivered from OYYY.

After seeing it next to a Samsung LCD TFT and it was like WOH! proper colour. LED is much better then LCD
#12
Actually I was talking about the perceived difference between 2ms and 5ms response times. Even if the difference wasn't tiny anyway, the perceived response time of LCDs is in actuality much longer than just the BTB or GTG time as the pixel doesn't change until the next frame arrives. This reduces the significance of the black to black or grey to grey response time. More detail here:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/monitors/display/lcd-parameters_3.html

Anyway a quick check tells me that the LG monitor's 2ms response time is grey to grey (GTG). The Benq monitor's 5ms figure is, I assume, the ISO standard black to black, which is slower. You will also find that the Benq monitor's grey to grey time is 2ms.

http://www.lg.com/sg/it-product/monitor/LG-led-monitor-W2486L-PF.jsp
http://www.benq.com/products/LCD/?product=1514&page=specifications

So as far as we know, the response times are the same. So this point is rendered utterly moot.

Thank you and good night. :-)

(The bold bit is for the benefit of any readers who don't want to wade through the technical stuff.)

Kankan101
Ive just ordered a BenQ G920WL LED 19" monitor DVI-D HDCP for a fantastic £97 delivered from OYYY.

After seeing it next to a Samsung LCD TFT and it was like WOH! proper colour. LED is much better then LCD
A couple of points to raise here. Firstly, were both monitors properly calibrated, (preferably with a calibration device such as a Spyder)? Secondly, you have only compared one LED TFT monitor with one normal TFT. This doesn't really tell us anything about any other monitors. The Samsung may have just been a crap monitor or it may have been poorly calibrated.

I'm not saying you are necessarily wrong about LED, just that you haven't really got enough evidence to make any conclusions.
#13
alasrati

A couple of points to raise here. Firstly, were both monitors properly calibrated, (preferably with a calibration device such as a Spyder)? Secondly, you have only compared one LED TFT monitor with one normal TFT. This doesn't really tell us anything about any other monitors. The Samsung may have just been a crap monitor or it may have been poorly calibrated.

I'm not saying you are necessarily wrong about LED, just that you haven't really got enough evidence to make any conclusions.


It was actually configured by Samsung themselves and I think it was an F2080, checky Benq rep put it next to it and everyone went wow better picture and 80 quid less.

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