Liyama ProLite E2409HDS-1 - 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor - £149.98 Delivered @ CCL Online - HotUKDeals
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Iiyama ProLite E2409HDS-1 24" Widescreen LCD Monitor - PLE2409HDS-1

Summary

1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
2ms Response Time
20,000:1 Conrast Ratio
HDMI, DVI-D Inputs

Full Spec's

Iiyama's ProLite E2409HDS is yet another product to follow the true HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. The incredible 2msec Response Time and 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio panel ensures vibrant images and blur free Video. Triple Input support of Analogue, DVI and HDMI ensures compatibility with the latest installed graphics cards and embedded Notebook outputs!

* Panel: TN
* Diagonal: 24"
* Display area h x w: 293.2 x 521.3 mm; 11.54" x 20.51"
* Response time: 2 ms
* Contrast: 20 000 : 1 ACR
* Contrast: 1000 : 1 typical
* Brightness: 300 cd/m² typical
* Viewing zone horizontal/vertical: 170°/160°; right/left: 85°/85°; up/down: 80°/80°
* Display colour: 16.7 million
* Pixel pitch h x v: 0.2715 x 0.2715 mm
* Native resolution: Full HD 1080p, 1920 x 1080 (2.1 megapixel)
* Horizontal sync: 24 - 80 KHz
* Vertical sync: 55 - 75 Hz
* Analog input connector: D-Sub
* Digital input connector: DVI-D, HDMI
* HDCP: yes
* Output connector: headphone socket
* Synchronization: Separate Sync
* Plug & Play: VESA DDC2B™
* Speakers: 2 x 2 W (Stereo)
* Included accessories: Power Cable, D-Sub Cable, DVI-D Cable, Audio cable, user manual, stand
* Apple - Mac: All iiyama monitors are compatible with Apple-Macintosh computers.
* Controls: Via OSD in 9 languages (EN, DE, FR, ES, IT, PT, Chinese, RU, JP) and 5 front controls (Power, Menu
/Select Button, + /Volume Button (+), - / Eco Button (-), Auto)
* User controls: luminance (contrast, brightness, ECO, picture mode, ACR), image setup (clock, phase, H. position, V.
position, aspect), colour adjust (gamma, colour temperature), OSD setup (H. position, V. position, timeout,
language), others (reset, signal select, HDMI audio, information), volume, auto adjust
* Driver: Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / ME / XP / Vista/ 7
* Ergonomics: TCO '03
* Safety: CE, TÜV-GS
* Power supply: AC 100 - 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz
* Power Supply Unit: internal
* Power usage: 43 W typical; max. 1 W in Power management mode
* Power management: VESA DPMS
* Anti-theft-device: Kensington-lock™ prepared
* VESA mounting: 100 mm
* Dimensions w x h x d: 561 x 398.5 x 201 mm
* Weight: 5.3 kg
* Aspect ratio: 16 : 9


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banned#1
wish i would of waited a little longer, got the 22inch version of this with only 10,000 ratio for £130 from novatech.

hot as such a good monitor, better then the syncmaster i rekon
#2
I bought this monitor two years ago for £160...it was the best buy i made for a long time
#3
Just bought this monitor from CCL and it's excellent - highly recommended.
banned#4
sam1970
I bought this monitor two years ago for £160...it was the best buy i made for a long time

Not quite sure how you did that, when it was only released 18 months ago.
#5
Hi,

Do pc monitors have a 100hz setting as a common thing?
My five year old pc lcd monitor does 75 hz currently. Just wondering.
#6
atom
Hi,

Do pc monitors have a 100hz setting as a common thing?
My five year old pc lcd monitor does 75 hz currently. Just wondering.


Not sure either, but 60/75/100hz make no noticeable difference , unless it is a 200hz 3D Ready monitor
#7
iiyamas are brilliant monitors, mines still going and no dead pixels and if i recall; iiyama do a no dead pixel guarantee on new monitors (which counts the monitors as class 1).
#8
I just received mine today. Can anyone who has this tell me if there is a quick button press to change the volume please. I have Asus, Nec and Benq monitors and they all have this feature.

I don't really like the step down from my NEC 1920x1200 resolution and this is too wide for my liking but the price was good and I won't be using it intensively.
#9
Bodo_Fraggins
iiyamas are brilliant monitors, mines still going and no dead pixels and if i recall; iiyama do a no dead pixel guarantee on new monitors (which counts the monitors as class 1).

I don't think that's correct - unless they are supplied for the likes of the medical profession i.e for use in hospitals etc.

Also a headsup that this model is now discontinued, if that makes a difference to anyone
http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Displays/Monitors/TFT+24+%2B/Iiyama+Prolite+B2409HDS+24%22+True+HD+Widescreen+LCD+Monitor+-+Black+?productId=35339

[Aria BTW charge £20 + VAT for a dead pixel check AFAIK]
#10
Yep, I was right
http://www.iiyama.com/gb_en/support/warranty/

"4) The following LCD exclusions apply:
a) Blemishes or missing pixels are less than 6 pixels (red, green or blue).
b) Backlight is not covered for continuous industrial/systems monitoring (more then 100hrs per week)."
#11
Faythur
Yep, I was right

http://www.iiyama.com/gb_en/support/warranty/


"4) The following LCD exclusions apply:
a) Blemishes or missing pixels are less than 6 pixels (red, green or blue).
b) Backlight is not covered for continuous industrial/systems monitoring (more then 100hrs per week)."


Thanks for the heads up as I was going to order this. Had a Dell and this had two dead pixles and really was anyoing and ahd to get ride of it. Anyone have any ideas of a make that offers no dead pixels and will exchange the unit if one is found?

Thanks

B
1 Like #12
bomberman


Thanks for the heads up as I was going to order this. Had a Dell and this had two dead pixles and really was anyoing and ahd to get ride of it. Anyone have any ideas of a make that offers no dead pixels and will exchange the unit if one is found?

Thanks

B

If you don't want dead pixels try again Dell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is the UltraSharp range: "Perfection down to the last pixel:
Dell UltraSharp displays are designed for perfection in every pixel. In the event you discover even one bright, defective pixel during your limited hardware warranty period, we'll exchange your monitor at no cost to you. "
#13
splender
bomberman


Thanks for the heads up as I was going to order this. Had a Dell and this had two dead pixles and really was anyoing and ahd to get ride of it. Anyone have any ideas of a make that offers no dead pixels and will exchange the unit if one is found?

Thanks

B

If you don't want dead pixels try again Dell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is the UltraSharp range: "Perfection down to the last pixel:
Dell UltraSharp displays are designed for perfection in every pixel. In the event you discover even one bright, defective pixel during your limited hardware warranty period, we'll exchange your monitor at no cost to you. "


Thanks
#14
any reviews on the monitor?

bro sent me this yesterday asking about it and looks ok but im used to higher end ips monitor. in any case heads up if you are member of avf AND dont mind waiting scan has this monitor for preorder with next day. ends up cheaper.

they also have the 'B' for few pounds more instock, i dont get the difference. think it was B2409 iiyama site doesnt help.

Sol
#15
Dont Forget Quidco !!
#16
All I Can say is Dogs Danglies.

I paid £189.73 less £9.99 for delivery this iiyama Prolite E2407HDS in Sept 09 from misco.

Amazing monitor for both my PS3 and PC, Auto select input and 1080p.

Inbuilt speakers are poor but I don't use them.
#17
I bought the prolite E2209HDS a few months back, have to say it's performed brilliantly. One gripe is everytime you change resolution or for example load a game and there's a black screen, the bloody box telling me DVI or Hdmi connection comes up. I have the osd setting to the least number of seconds, but I'm damned if I can find a way to stop the bloody thing coming up completely.. Aside from this issue, the monitor itself is very nice and am very happy with the picture and response times during gaming.
#18
does it have TV??
#19
omer
does it have TV??


No. It's a computer monitor.
#20
AFAIK, If you hve dead pixels you can simply send the monitor back on distance selling rules, which give you 7 days coling off period (from the day after you recieved the item) to return the item without having to state a reason for return.

http://www.oft.gov.uk/about-the-oft/legal-powers/legal/distance-selling-regulations/
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2000/2334/regulation/10/made
#21
ccl will check your monitor for dead pixels for another £20

Saying that the manufacturing process is so good now that faulty pixels are very rare
banned#22
john-boi
ccl will check your monitor for dead pixels for another £20

Saying that the manufacturing process is so good now that faulty pixels are very rare


my monitor came from novatech as soon powered up red pixel, so its not that rare?
banned#23
shamb
AFAIK, If you hve dead pixels you can simply send the monitor back on distance selling rules, which give you 7 days coling off period (from the day after you recieved the item) to return the item without having to state a reason for return.http://www.oft.gov.uk/about-the-oft/legal-powers/legal/distance-selling-regulations/http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2000/2334/regulation/10/made

No you cant, seeing as you've used the monitor. DSR only applies if the item is unused.


Edited By: Anarchist on Jan 06, 2011 21:18
#24
Anarchist
[quote=shamb]
No you cant, seeing as you've used the monitor. DSR only applies if the item is unused.


Depends how carefully you unpack / pack it in the box :P
#25
I bought a Fujitsu Siemens one from Misco prior to the IIyama one, this had 4 dead pixels on switching on.

Misco took it straight back as I bought it online, cooling off period.
[mod]#26
Bought the LED version over this, similar, but with 5M:1 contrast, and it was the same price on overclockers (on a one week deal)

Id imagine the standard LCD version would be of great quality too. Hot.

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