NEC Accusync 203WM 20.1" Widescreen Monitor £80 Free Delivery. - HotUKDeals
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Came across this looking for a small Monitor. Too big for my requirements but seems like an increadible price for a 20". NEC as well - makers of quality Monitors.

Professional Wide 16:10 LCD monitor with TN-film TFT display
Slim bezel design:

* Screen Size: 20.1"
* Screen Resolution: 1680x1050
* Response Time: 5ms
* Brightness: 300cd/m2
* Contrast: 1000:1
* Colour Support: 16.7 Million
* Iinterface: VGA D-Sub
* Pixel pitch: 0.258mm
* Integratted Speakers: 2x1W
* Warranty: 3 Year manufacturer warranty
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#1
A good price... for those who know they can live with this monitor for several years on analogue VGA, since it doesn't have the digital DVI interface that more modern monitors have (albeit at greater price).
#2
OP here, anyone know where you can get a cheap 10" SVGA res(1024x768) Monitor from? Not bothered about looks quality as long as its cheap and functional.
#3
Should be some quidco I believe?
#4
http://www.widescreen-news.com/images/nec_accusync___3_new_low_priced_entry_level_19-22__monitors/nec_lcd223wm.jpg

Looks good, heat added!
#5
That's freaking hot! Much cheaper at play.com than on Fleabay!!!!
#6
Can't go wrong for £80
#7
I have an NEC very happy with it, good deal for those not concerned about DVI.
#8
Top deal. Many thanks!
#9
Seen a few of these only VGA TFT monitors for good prices recently, obviously DVI outputs are more in vogue now but if you want a cheap replacement VGA monitor NEC TFT ones are good for sure
#10
Ajibee
A good price... for those who know they can live with this monitor for several years on analogue VGA, since it doesn't have the digital DVI interface that more modern monitors have (albeit at greater price).


Easy to convert from DVI to VGA with a tiny adapter. Still would prefer DVI as the picture is always centered correctly at all resolutions unlike VGA.
#11
Just what I was looking for to replace my 15" CRT monitor. For those who are complaining about DVi or whatever - did you notice the PRICE?

Great deal. Heat added. :thumbsup:
#12
Excellent buy, just ordered one for my son as replacing his PC as an Xmas present, £76.60 after quidco, great find, thanks.
#13
dataload
Can't go wrong for £80


yes voted hot, excellent price , wish i had seen this on play 2 weeks ago when i bought a 19 inch monitor for £99.
#14
Sold out (or at least the price has disappeared on my page)
#15
When first I saw this and saw before posting it here couldnt beleive the price. I resisted the tempation of ordering. But had to give-in eventually too good a deal to miss out on, just ordered one.

edit: wow must have just got in on the last one! OR maybe its a misprice?
#16
rash
Easy to convert from DVI to VGA with a tiny adapter. Still would prefer DVI as the picture is always centered correctly at all resolutions unlike VGA.


Doh! The point of DVI on the computer to DVI on the monitor is that it does NOT get converted into analogue along the way - i.e. each pixel is directly rendered by the graphics card, whereas in an analogue/VGA display, the monitor has to interpret the analogue signal onto its pixels.

This may not matter if you're using the monitor for games or as a digital photo frame, but where it does matter is when using the monitor for reading or writing text - and it matters because on a flat panel each pixel is actually three pixels - one each for Red, Green & Blue - which means that with DVI, not only is each pixel directly addressed by the graphics card, each of the three subpixels can also be addressed - leading to an effective tripling of horizontal resolution using Cleartype font-smoothing (if you're using XP on a DVI connection make sure Cleartype font-smoothing is enabled) in Windows (and other OSes) - which makes a huge difference to the comfort and usability of the display, for those who care about these things.

dink
Just what I was looking for to replace my 15" CRT monitor. For those who are complaining about DVi or whatever - did you notice the PRICE?


I haven't complained about the price - it's a great price, so long as people are aware of the compromise involved (most aren't, as also demonstrated on this thread). What I do complain about is the value - £80 is a good chunk of a comparable DVI monitor that will offer superior functionality and should be more usable for longer. In other words, I and others who've noted the lack off DVI are just trying to help other HUKDers to make an informed choice, to get the most bang for their buck, which is what HUKD should be about :thumbsup:
#17
Ajibee
This may not matter if you're using the monitor for games or as a digital photo frame, but where it does matter is when using the monitor for reading or writing text - and it matters because on a flat panel each pixel is actually three pixels - one each for Red, Green & Blue - which means that with DVI, not only is each pixel directly addressed by the graphics card, each of the three subpixels can also be addressed - leading to an effective tripling of horizontal resolution using Cleartype font-smoothing (if you're using XP on a DVI connection make sure Cleartype font-smoothing is enabled) in Windows (and other OSes) - which makes a huge difference to the comfort and usability of the display, for those who care about these things.


Sorry, someone is wrong on the internet...

Each pixel's r/g/b component can be set on vga too - otherwise you'd have a black and white display. Cleartype works fine over a vga connection.

I find that dvi tends to give a better picture (no ghosting at high resolutions), but it often depends on the quality of the monitor's analogue to digital conversion. I have seen high-end monitors with stunning dvi display have atrocious, blurry vga picture, simply because they put in a naff a2d stage as they assumed everyone would be using dvi. So sometimes it's better to get the cheaper vga-only monitor if you are intending to use it with an analogue connection.

On the other hand, I'd be wary of monitors like this one which use a TN display - the colours go all over the place. Cheap but pretty nasty for a main display.
#18
This deal didnt last long!
#19
******. Order cancelled. Must've been a wrong price! Anyone get one? I'm gutted.....

Rang up Play and they admitted there were none in stock and were sorry, blah, blah, blah....
#20
Majik;3090989
******. Order cancelled. Must've been a wrong price! Anyone get one? I'm gutted.....

Rang up Play and they admitted there were none in stock and were sorry, blah, blah, blah....

What time did you place the order?
#21
Midnight.
#22
Just had the 32" LCD TV cancelled on me, ordered this monitor as well, waiting for the cancellation e-mail for this now.
Must be a way to give negative feedback on something like this, if someone saw the heat people gave this they would think what a great cheap company, must shop their in the future. The reality for me is that they do this on purpose as it gets the internet community buzzing and they get more hits on their site with people maybe buying other stuff.
For me I've bought (sorry, tried to buy) my last thing from play.com, con-artists.
#23
My order for this has been cancelled also :x - says card declined!
Nothing wrong with card have just rang the credit card company up and they say that no attempt has been made to debit the monies!!

What are Play.com playing at, first this and also the fiasco over the Daewoo 32" TV :viking:

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