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Medion 19" Widescreen Monitor £49.99 @ Aldi

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Medion 19" Widescreen Monitor Reduced to £49.99 in Redditch Aldi.
Looks ok for the price.

1440 X 900 Resolution
Contrast 1000:1 (Typical)
Brightness 300 CD/M Sq (Typical)
Response Time 5 Ms

Might be store specific but they had about five or six so thought it was worth posting...
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#1
could you post a bigger pic please or maybe the model number?

Edited By: m0ck on Jan 02, 2011 12:10
#2
It looks pretty ugly. I need a White or Silver one with some style.
#3
Put the price in the title
#4
Pretty sure it's an end of line so should be nationwide if stores still have stock. They had one hanging around at £49.99 in my local store in Bulwell but I was broke - gone by the day after Boxing Day when I finally had some cash :(
5 Likes #5
You guys are hard to please! It's 49.99 for a widescreen monitor! Bargain have some heat!
#6
What he said above, it's £50...stop your moaning or get out?
#7
If anyone gets one it has to be heat added. :)
4 Likes #8
Bloody heck, its £50 and people moaning about it not being there choice of silver or white ? For goodness sakes.
1 Like #9
Great price, heat added
#10
Have some heat, even if it is not a cheap tablet that I can't find LOL

Certainly one of the bargains of the year - and we are only two days in
#11
No better picture I'm afraid - didn't buy one, just took a snap with my phone to post on here...

Beware cheap tablets - tried two sub £150 Android tabs before I managed to get my hands on an Advent Vega... which ROCKS!

Edited By: Vegas Bandit on Jan 02, 2011 14:27
#12
anyone know if its hdcp?
#13
69.99 in Leeds
#14
cheap price, worth a buy, whoever is on the budget.. good second monitor..
1 Like #15
Just had a closer look at the original picture - it is a Medion Akoya P53012 (MD 20249) if that helps...
1 Like #16
Heres a bit more info:

Aspect ratio: 16: 10
Image size approx. 48.3 cm / 19 "
Max resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels
Typical response time: 5 ms
Typical contrast ratio: 1000: 1
Typical brightness: 300 cd / m²
Typical viewing angle: (CR > 10) 170 ° / 160 ° H/V
Ports: DVI-D, VGA, audio in, power connector
#17
£50 and people are complaining about the look or colour!... for goodness sake, no pleasing some.
#18
Voted cold, not full HD.
#19
Nutkin
Voted cold, not full HD.


I hope that was a joke....
#20
Nutkin
Voted cold, not full HD.


Yeah, but its £50!! I'm not buying myself, but hot from me...

Good find OP!
1 Like #21
Thanx 4 posting OP. Good find.

SPARC:
"It looks pretty ugly. I need a White or Silver one with some style."

I found small spray paint cans - Ford white & Merc Silver - for you @ Halfords for £2+.
That would make the monitor you desire for a mere £52+!!
X)
#22
I saw this earlier when picking up some lovely smoked norwegian cheese with salmon...was marked at £89 in-store @ Burnley branch.
#23
condracky
Nutkin
Voted cold, not full HD.


I hope that was a joke....


No Freesat either :P
#24
I used to like Aldi's offers on electronics.

They were cheap and of dubious/ variable quality, but as an Aldi manager said to me, "What do you expect at the price". However, but as they used to have a no-quibble, automatic refund guarantee, you got your money back with no problems, even if you simply didn't like a product.

They changed this a few years ago. If the product was faulty, they then wouldn't refund you or offer any assistance in-store, but made you return it directly to the manufacturer/ distributor (i.e. not the store you bought if from) at your own expense. I believe this is contrary to the Sales of Goods Act.

Unless Aldi have changed there policy since, my advice would be to simply avoid.
#25
Nutkin
condracky
Nutkin
Voted cold, not full HD.


I hope that was a joke....


No Freesat either :P


Lol, suprised you didn't mention 3d!
1 Like #26
is it 3D and HD compatible with 600 Hz refresh rate? Ah, it is not. Voted cold. /S

(/S means sarcasm...)
#27
Voted HOT.
#28
not bad, great price, hot.
#29
brez
Nutkin
condracky
Nutkin
Voted cold, not full HD.


I hope that was a joke....


No Freesat either :P


Lol, suprised you didn't mention 3d!

I thought all tvs had 3d!!!! good lord where do I expire it !!
#30
smokin hot for the money, and a spanking good find. Some people forget that it's all relative; a 19" 1080p screen wouldn't be available anywhere near this price! Good work OP
#31
No-one appears to have bought this apart from the poster. Expire this please.
#32
I used to like Aldi's offers on electronics.

They were cheap and of dubious/ variable quality, but as an Aldi manager said to me, "What do you expect at the price". However, but as they used to have a no-quibble, automatic refund guarantee, you got your money back with no problems, even if you simply didn't like a product.

They changed this a few years ago. If the product was faulty, they then wouldn't refund you or offer any assistance in-store, but made you return it directly to the manufacturer/ distributor (i.e. not the store you bought if from) at your own expense. I believe this is contrary to the Sales of Goods Act.

Unless Aldi have changed there policy since, my advice would be to simply avoid.


I'm in the process of returning my Medion microwave which has broken after 2 1/2 years. Its true that I have to return it to Germany - but it has been no hassles at all (2 phone calls) and no cost to me. I've been impressed so far - I wonder if they will fix it or send me a new one?
1 Like #33
Give people a chance to go and buy it.. it was made hot 9 hours ago, leaving this will give people a chance to hunt one down tomorow.
1 Like #34
kembiff
I used to like Aldi's offers on electronics.

They were cheap and of dubious/ variable quality, but as an Aldi manager said to me, "What do you expect at the price". However, but as they used to have a no-quibble, automatic refund guarantee, you got your money back with no problems, even if you simply didn't like a product.

They changed this a few years ago. If the product was faulty, they then wouldn't refund you or offer any assistance in-store, but made you return it directly to the manufacturer/ distributor (i.e. not the store you bought if from) at your own expense. I believe this is contrary to the Sales of Goods Act.

Unless Aldi have changed there policy since, my advice would be to simply avoid.


I'm in the process of returning my Medion microwave which has broken after 2 1/2 years. Its true that I have to return it to Germany - but it has been no hassles at all (2 phone calls) and no cost to me. I've been impressed so far - I wonder if they will fix it or send me a new one?


They have arranged free collection to Germany? Impressive service.
#35
Well has anyone other than the poster bought one or have any proof of other stores? I suspect that this is a deal at a single store which is only good to people near the store. So as i see no proof of this im voting cold and really its not that great a deal its a low res cheap brand 19inch monitor and its not that much cheaper than other 19inch sets.
#36
kembiff
I used to like Aldi's offers on electronics.

They were cheap and of dubious/ variable quality, but as an Aldi manager said to me, "What do you expect at the price". However, but as they used to have a no-quibble, automatic refund guarantee, you got your money back with no problems, even if you simply didn't like a product.

They changed this a few years ago. If the product was faulty, they then wouldn't refund you or offer any assistance in-store, but made you return it directly to the manufacturer/ distributor (i.e. not the store you bought if from) at your own expense. I believe this is contrary to the Sales of Goods Act.

Unless Aldi have changed there policy since, my advice would be to simply avoid.


I'm in the process of returning my Medion microwave which has broken after 2 1/2 years. Its true that I have to return it to Germany - but it has been no hassles at all (2 phone calls) and no cost to me. I've been impressed so far - I wonder if they will fix it or send me a new one?


its a shame Medions telephone numbers are 0871 number which I think last time I rang was like 7p/min on BT
#37
fatkitty1970
69.99 in Leeds
Worth getting it scanned as I bought a slide scanner last week marked down to £29.99 ( was £49.99)
BUT scanned at £20.00 to the suprise of cashier (_;)
#38
i got one of these for £50 works great for the price :)
in merseyside
#39
Medion have a freephone number...

0800 2794145

found on saynoto0870

:-)
#40
GREAT PRICE!!!

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