Misco Saver 22" TFT Active Matrix LCD Display £135.85 del. - HotUKDeals
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With 1-3 days shipping (£4.99) total is £135.85 delivered.

A high-spec widescreen TFT monitor for an incredibly low price, allowing you to enter the world of big-screen multimedia entertainment without breaking the bank! The Misco Saver 22 inch Active Matrix LCD display has a spectacular resolution of 1,680 x 1,050 pixels, bringing you extensive detail 24/7! With a startling response time of just 5 milliseconds, you get motion scenes rendered brilliantly, keeping you at the forefront for action-packed gaming sessions.

The large screen delivers a colour-saturated display, with up to 16.7 million colours. The superb contrast ratio ensures you get enhanced visual clarity, making the Misco Saver 22 inch LCD display an ideal choice for business applications and graphic/web design.Hear crisp stereo sound from the embedded speakers, providing you with rich audio on your desktop. Simple to set-up, and representing big screen luxury at an unprecedented price, the Misco Saver 22 inch TFT Active Matrix LCD monitor is a truly outstanding visual performer packed with jaw-dropping value!

Features: 22" Active Matrix LCD Display * Snap on Stand * DDC2B Compliant * VESA DPMS * Kensington Lock Support * Elegant Design

Specifications: Misco Saver XM22B 22" TFT Monitor * Diagonal Size 22" * Colour Black * Device Type Active Matrix LCD Display * Max Resolution 1680 x 1050 WXGA+ * Pixel Pitch 0.285 x 0.285 mm * Interface 1 x VGA, 1 x DVI * Response Time 5 ms * Contrast Ratio 700:1 * Image Brightness 300 cd/m2 * Power A/C Socket * Display 16.7 million colours * Viewing Angle 170°/160° * Dimensions 532 x 411 x 173 mm * Weight 6 kg
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#1
gd price for 22" with dvi
wonder wot brand it is
#2
5% quidco too??
#3
Agree great price for 22 incher with DVI, but this has been posted previously.... http://hotukdeals.com/deal/55407/misco-saver-xm22b-22-tft-monitor-wi
#4
Mighty fine price for a 22".

I just wish decent 1920x1080 24" would break out of the £300 bracket & into the £200's.
#5
Another to consider from Misco is the HannsG 22". It's 150, but with better specs, and HDMI/HDCP so you can play Bluray/HDDVD. Just got it myself, and quite impressed.

Oh, and Misco tracked (validated too) their quidco within about 8 hours, which is always a nice bonus.
#6
Hello (first post on these forums)

The aspect ratios all seem to be 16:10 and I have the HannsG one and pictures through the HDMI look distorted. Is this a problem with all the monitors (presumably the 1920x1080 ones are 16:9) that are 1680x1050?

Any way to correct this problem (WinDVD plays fine from a laptop and seems to adjust ratio automatically). Incidentally, i've never been able to get a DVI to HDMI lead to work with the monitor (POST screen is okay but just blank screen with no signal in windows) so have to use VGA connector.
#7
I'm just going to say specs on monitors usually mean very little at the end of the day, monitors are one of those things where you should go find reviews and stick to big brands and recommended models. 2 monitors with identical specs can have a very very different image quality.
#8
Just bought 4 of these for work. They are by not the best quality but they are good for £135. The resolution is 1680x1050 and they are made by a company called Avanhard.
#9
Gixxerman001
Mighty fine price for a 22".

I just wish decent 1920x1080 24" would break out of the £300 bracket & into the £200's.


How about this one
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MO-026-OK&tool=3
#10
Nethermancer
Hello (first post on these forums)

The aspect ratios all seem to be 16:10 and I have the HannsG one and pictures through the HDMI look distorted. Is this a problem with all the monitors (presumably the 1920x1080 ones are 16:9) that are 1680x1050?


What software is it distorted with? You should be able to deal with this through driver and software settings, so the picture is physically 16/9.
#11
Thanks for this. I was looking for a new monitor anyway and was about to order a smaller one but seen this deal here and couldn't resist. It should be arriving tomorrow with any luck.
#12
just bought 2 here as well...quidco tracked within a couple of hours....despatched already...nice find...voted hot
suspended#13



THat one used to be a fair bit cheaper, around £235 with VAT IIRC
#14
Can someone confirm if the cables come with this. Thanks.
#15
It's not "high spec", but good price nonetheless...
#16
minimal_fuss
I'm just going to say specs on monitors usually mean very little at the end of the day, monitors are one of those things where you should go find reviews and stick to big brands and recommended models. 2 monitors with identical specs can have a very very different image quality.


Not always, the ones reviewed by the magazines are special units specially chosen and adjusted by the manufacturers for best results. Not Urban Legend - I know somebody who does it as part of his job - and as one manufacturer does it the others have to as well to make it "fair".
Magazines should really just go and buy them retail of course but they claim to not have the money.
One other thing to watch for is dead pixels - some suppliers/manufacturers will swop, some won't.
#17
Nethermancer
Hello (first post on these forums)

The aspect ratios all seem to be 16:10 and I have the HannsG one and pictures through the HDMI look distorted. Is this a problem with all the monitors (presumably the 1920x1080 ones are 16:9) that are 1680x1050?

Any way to correct this problem (WinDVD plays fine from a laptop and seems to adjust ratio automatically). Incidentally, i've never been able to get a DVI to HDMI lead to work with the monitor (POST screen is okay but just blank screen with no signal in windows) so have to use VGA connector.


All PC (if not the vast majority) LCDs in WS are 16:10.
#18
horstachio
All PC (if not the vast majority) LCDs in WS are 16:10.


The picture does not switch to proper 16:9 when viewed through the HDMI connector (Panasonic PVR) but is OK through the VGA (lower quality though) from a laptop. Looks like there's no way to really make use of the HDMI so I may be better off upgrading to a proper 1920x1080 one or just making do with VGA.
#19
Thanks - I've ordered one, and voted hot.
Not sure how you can go wrong for £130 for a 22".:thumbsup:
#20
Got mine today set-up runs great, this is the dogs dangles for this price!
#21
Nethermancer
The picture does not switch to proper 16:9 when viewed through the HDMI connector (Panasonic PVR) but is OK through the VGA (lower quality though) from a laptop. Looks like there's no way to really make use of the HDMI so I may be better off upgrading to a proper 1920x1080 one or just making do with VGA.


Ddefinitely a setup problem then - just tested and mine does with the HDMI. There are tiny black bars below and above, so that what's displayed actually physically measures 16/9.
#22
Can someone tell what the sound is like on this? Does it go up to a reasonable volume?

Sin
#23
just got the two we purchased delivered and set up in 10 mins....good picture...no dead pixels...haven't tried audio...don't really need to...bargains...top post
#24
after quidco it works out at 129.35 I think. voted hot and im going to order one....
#25
Scan has a Neovo 22” on offer until Wednesday at ~£140 with free postage if you have an AVForums account. I’d rather go with this as Neovo are a fairly high end manufacturer although this is their budget range.

22" Neovo H-W22 V2 Widescreen LCD, 1680x1050, DVI, 1000:1, 300 cd/m2, 3 ms, Speakers, VESA

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