Refurb Packard Bell Viseo 190W 19 Inch Monitor with 3 year warranty £55 @ Laptops Direct - HotUKDeals
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Seems really cheap for a 19" monitor. Another ten pounds for delivery or free pick up in Huddersfield. Between ninty to one hundred at PcWorld, Currys, Dixons and DAB. Quidco also...

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Grade A1 - As New Condition.

Packard Bell Viseo 190 Monitor comes in a stunning glossy black colour in thin and sleek design, the Viseo range has been designed to complement any desktop and notebook as well as deliver outstanding performance in a stylish package.

Ideal for gaming and watching movies, the Packard Bell Viseo 190 comes with DVI input for pure digital DVI connectivity with DVD players and other devices, in addition to regular VGA input.

Product Description: Packard Bell Viseo 190W 19 Inch LCD TFT Monitor
Size: 19 Inch
Resolution: 1366x768
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Response Time: 5ms
Brightness: 250cd/m²
Technology: TFT active matrix
Type: LCD Display
Interface: VGA
Colour: Black
Warranty: 3 Year Onsite Warranty
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#1
This is a refurb! Maybe you should mentioned this in the title.
#2
Looks a good deal, cannot imagine that any other company can beat that - although someone will prove me wrong! Hot.
#3
Stimac98
This is a refurb! Maybe you should mentioned this in the title.

Done sorry
#4
The resolution is a bit low for a 19" monitor though. I'd expect it to be 1440x900 at the very least.
#5
Seems like a really good price it is refurb but A1 graded, guessing that might mean customer/over stock returns? Heat added.
#6
1366x768 :|
#7
Try ebay for second hand monitors. I got a samsung syncmaster 2232bw 22" with DVI for £75.
#8
First time I saw this, I thought 190W?!?! - then I realised its the model number and not power consumption :p
#9
montyburns56
The resolution is a bit low for a 19" monitor though. I'd expect it to be 1440x900 at the very least.

And I would certainly go for 16:10 and not 16:9. The slightly higher format is much nicer to work with. Shame that 5:4 monitors are now very hard to source...
#10
says out of stock
#11
As soon as you try to do any work on it you will realise why x768 just isn't any good.

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