Medion 21.5" Multi Touch Monitor X54000 (Refurb) at MedionShop £139 + £6.95 Delivery + 3% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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For all those of you (like me) who missed out on the £129.99 deal here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/21-5-multi-touch-display-full-hd-mo/769652 - have a look there for specs and discussions.

It's refurbed and has a 1 year warranty. Medion appear to do 14-day no-quibble returns so long as you return it in good nick.

3% Quidco. Spend over £250 for free delivery. I ordered two. Yes, the missus is going to kill me. First posted deal from me - hope someone finds it useful!
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#1
HOT!!

Previous deal link:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/21-5-multi-touch-display-full-hd-mo/769652

Edited By: Benjimoron on Nov 28, 2010 18:31: as
#2
I have this monitor, it's quite simply awesome!
#3
Surely it will get covered in finger prints that would do your head in ?
How easily does the screen mark, and is it easy to clean ?
#4
Silly question, what kind of screen is this? It is like a solid glass type screen or is it like a soft type of screen? This would be perfect for my disabled brother if the screen is solid. Does anyone know? Thanks
#5
This looks like a capacitive multi touch , over resistive screens these are slightly glassy finish as they are more responsive and they dont need to be pressed hard at all just a touch, few of the devices I have glass capacitive so looks this is one too, i hope this helps
#6
heat added, although I got a Samsung LDZ220 last month but this looks good too :)
#7
I dont think there is another monitor with 2ms response time with all these features at this price anywhere else btw
#8
Coldplayer
Silly question, what kind of screen is this? It is like a solid glass type screen or is it like a soft type of screen? This would be perfect for my disabled brother if the screen is solid. Does anyone know? Thanks

Glass - you don't even really have to touch it, hover your fingers over it!
#9
MrCynical
Surely it will get covered in finger prints that would do your head in ?How easily does the screen mark, and is it easy to clean ?

It hardly shows fingerprints - very clever, seriously I can rub my fingers all over it and can hardly tell it's been touched.
#10
From what I've read, the multi-touch function is exclusive to Windows 7 Home Premium. But does anyone know If I can just use the monitor, just.. as a monitor for my PS3 and any other laptop to display/act as monitor? A response ASAP would be nice, would really like to buy this.

Here's a video of it in use btw:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chaj1aabftA&feature=related
Looks pretty sweet!
*heat added*
#11
ooooh very tempted for the other pc, stop it everyone :)
1 Like #12
gogoyippy
From what I've read, the multi-touch function is exclusive to Windows 7 Home Premium. But does anyone know If I can just use the monitor, just.. as a monitor for my PS3 and any other laptop to display/act as monitor? A response ASAP would be nice, would really like to buy this.Here's a video of it in use btw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chaj1aabftA&feature=relatedLooks pretty sweet!*heat added*

Yes you can, although the sound isn't really that good because of the small speakers in the back of the monitor, but anything with a HDMI can be plugged in.

My Xbox looks good on it!
#13
ordered
#14
i really want this but have no idea why!! this site and my bank account will never get on!!
#15
Thats guys, much appreciated, my brother is a little heavy handed and didnt want him to tear the screen if it wasnt glass! :)

Thanks!
#16
Mallinersha
gogoyippy
From what I've read, the multi-touch function is exclusive to Windows 7 Home Premium. But does anyone know If I can just use the monitor, just.. as a monitor for my PS3 and any other laptop to display/act as monitor? A response ASAP would be nice, would really like to buy this.Here's a video of it in use btw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chaj1aabftA&feature=relatedLooks pretty sweet!*heat added*


Yes you can, although the sound isn't really that good because of the small speakers in the back of the monitor, but anything with a HDMI can be plugged in.

My Xbox looks good on it!


Ahh awesome! If you don't mind..
Want can you say - build wise, is it pretty solid? Does it look cheap at all?
Screen wise, for stating its Full HD 1080p, does it look good when displaying Windows 7/Games?
Annnd finally, it's multi-touch - can you pretty much draw on it too, with the pen given?

Thanks in advance!
Much appreciated!
#17
Couldnt resist 2ms and the price and ordered :)
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gogoyippy
Mallinersha
gogoyippy
From what I've read, the multi-touch function is exclusive to Windows 7 Home Premium. But does anyone know If I can just use the monitor, just.. as a monitor for my PS3 and any other laptop to display/act as monitor? A response ASAP would be nice, would really like to buy this.Here's a video of it in use btw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Chaj1aabftA&feature=relatedLooks pretty sweet!*heat added*
Yes you can, although the sound isn't really that good because of the small speakers in the back of the monitor, but anything with a HDMI can be plugged in.My Xbox looks good on it!
Ahh awesome! If you don't mind..Want can you say - build wise, is it pretty solid? Does it look cheap at all?Screen wise, for stating its Full HD 1080p, does it look good when displaying Windows 7/Games?Annnd finally, it's multi-touch - can you pretty much draw on it too, with the pen given?Thanks in advance!Much appreciated!

Build wise it's solid, gloss black finish that does not seem to scratch when you polish it.

FULL 1080p looks very good, crisp, colours are warm and faithful (I have mine on the 'video' preset)

Yes you can draw, the pen is stored in the bottom right of the screen, it's a good size one too.
#19
Capacitive or resistive touch screen?
#20
capacitive


joylove
Capacitive or resistive touch screen?
#21
Um, the touch functionality is actually optical based, as opposed to resistive/capacitive per se - i.e you do not actually need to touch the screen to get a response....waving a finger mighty close is enough to trigger it, as we often find out when my wife points at things :-)

Anyways, the screen is excellent and the touch functionality a nice bonus (for Win 7 only !) - really pleased with ours, and would recommend to others.
Note that it is TN panel, so there are the ususal caveats around viewing angles et al., but the screen is a worthy unit. I moved onto this from a S-IPS panel and whilst the colours are not *quite* so good, and the viewing angles are notably worse (if you start looking for problems !), there is little to criticise an excellent value monitor, with a very decent feature list and great connectivity.

Edited By: kevpuk on Nov 29, 2010 11:37
#22
There are no optical sensors on display LOL, capacitive screens offen detect the changes within few mm . Tha only optical sensor used on few screens to measure the environment light levels to adjust brightness accordingly ,




kevpuk
Um, the touch functionality is actually optical based, as opposed to resistive/capacitive per se - i.e you do not actually need to touch the screen to get a response....waving a finger mighty close is enough to trigger it, as we often find out when my wife points at things :-)

Anyways, the screen is excellent and the touch functionality a nice bonus (for Win 7 only !) - really pleased with ours, and would recommend to others.
Note that it is TN panel, so there are the ususal caveats around viewing angles et al., but the screen is a worthy unit. I moved onto this from a S-IPS panel and whilst the colours are not *quite* so good, and the viewing angles are notably worse (if you start looking for problems !), there is little to criticise an excellent value monitor, with a very decent feature list and great connectivity.
#23
Does anyone know if this can be wall-mounted?
#24
Does anyone know what sort of condition these arrive in.... I know it says refurb but how bad are they really?
#25
Can this be wall mounted?

Also is the audio 3.5mm jack?
#26
koalauk
There are no optical sensors on display LOL, capacitive screens offen detect the changes within few mm . Tha only optical sensor used on few screens to measure the environment light levels to adjust brightness accordingly ,




kevpuk
Um, the touch functionality is actually optical based, as opposed to resistive/capacitive per se - i.e you do not actually need to touch the screen to get a response....waving a finger mighty close is enough to trigger it, as we often find out when my wife points at things :-)

Anyways, the screen is excellent and the touch functionality a nice bonus (for Win 7 only !) - really pleased with ours, and would recommend to others.
Note that it is TN panel, so there are the ususal caveats around viewing angles et al., but the screen is a worthy unit. I moved onto this from a S-IPS panel and whilst the colours are not *quite* so good, and the viewing angles are notably worse (if you start looking for problems !), there is little to criticise an excellent value monitor, with a very decent feature list and great connectivity.


That's how I understood it to be, optical.

Only 2 fingers I think, which would make sense seeing as more than 2 would block other fingers out potentially.
#27
I just ordered thanks, gonna make a multimedia pc for living room in the style of an arcade machine. I'm really hoping there wont be any dead pixels and if there is they will offer a swap.
#28
can i be thick and ask is it instead of a mouse? what other benefit do they have i am confused, i cant think of any reason to get one. Although the OH likes these gadgety things, might be an idea for him! Thanks!
#29
emmablob
can i be thick and ask is it instead of a mouse? what other benefit do they have i am confused, i cant think of any reason to get one. Although the OH likes these gadgety things, might be an idea for him! Thanks!


Yes to use instead of a mouse. It really doesn't have much use unless it will be used where a mouse/keyboard would be inconvenient. Maybe if you wanted a pc in the kitchen and mounted this monitor to a wall or something.
#30
cashback from topcashback tracked £4.21 :)
#31
anyone received theirs yet?
#32
I spoke with Medion earlier. They're dispatching today, suggesting delivery on Thursday. They fly the stuff out from Germany into East Midlands, apparently. I ordered on Sunday.
#33
Smudgington
I spoke with Medion earlier. They're dispatching today, suggesting delivery on Thursday. They fly the stuff out from Germany into East Midlands, apparently. I ordered on Sunday.


Thanks for the update. I will post back when I receive mine to give my impressions. Hopefully they will all be as new.
#34
oos?
#35
got an email saying its dispatched and delivery should be in 10 days
#36
Well, despite the dismal weather, they arrived this morning. Well packaged, original boxes, and in pristine condition.

They're both connected to my Dell M1330 laptop which drives both screens very happily at 1920x1080 in extended desktop mode. The touchscreens are working perfectly in Win7 on both.

Overall, I'm delighted. Two slight quibbles: the stylus pen (not needed anyway) on one of the monitors is stuck and will need some force to get out, and I had a mini-USB cable in one box instead of a USB A/B cable. Luckily I have spares or I'd be very cross. Chuffed.
#37
Smudgington
Well, despite the dismal weather, they arrived this morning. Well packaged, original boxes, and in pristine condition.

They're both connected to my Dell M1330 laptop which drives both screens very happily at 1920x1080 in extended desktop mode. The touchscreens are working perfectly in Win7 on both.

Overall, I'm delighted. Two slight quibbles: the stylus pen (not needed anyway) on one of the monitors is stuck and will need some force to get out, and I had a mini-USB cable in one box instead of a USB A/B cable. Luckily I have spares or I'd be very cross. Chuffed.


Thanks for your update, I hope the rest of them turn up in as good condition (and quickly)
#38
Royal mail or any other parcel company ? Did you need to sign for the delivery?


Smudgington
Well, despite the dismal weather, they arrived this morning. Well packaged, original boxes, and in pristine condition.

They're both connected to my Dell M1330 laptop which drives both screens very happily at 1920x1080 in extended desktop mode. The touchscreens are working perfectly in Win7 on both.

Overall, I'm delighted. Two slight quibbles: the stylus pen (not needed anyway) on one of the monitors is stuck and will need some force to get out, and I had a mini-USB cable in one box instead of a USB A/B cable. Luckily I have spares or I'd be very cross. Chuffed.
#39
Right just called them they Use DPD and looks like mine is on its way as the guy on the phone given me a tracking number :)
#40
Yeah, DPD are the couriers. A signature is required.

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