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...or possible collect (Sheffield) for £126.99

Not full HD but stunning picture and looks. Good price with DVI.

Monitor: 22ins
Resolution (Native): 1680 x 1050
Brightness: 300cd/m2
View Angle: 170° (Horizontal - Max) x 160° (Vertical - Max)
Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1 (Static) 20,000:1 (Dynamic)
Response time: 5ms
Display Type: LCD Monitor
Case Colour: Black
Wall Mount: VESA 100mm
Dimensions: 51.56cm (W) x 20.82cm (D) x 42.16cm (H) - Weight 4.8kg
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#1
anyone confim the inputs this monitor has? HDMI?
#2
From the link:

Interfaces/Ports:

VGA In: 1 x 15-pin D-Sub

Digital In: 1 x DVI-D
#3
#4
Overview

Technical Description: Samsung SM2233BW 22" LCD Black Widescreen 1680x1050 Analogue Digital 300cd/m2 brightness 2msec response time 20, 000:1 dynamic contrast 3 Year Next Bus Day SWAP warranty - LS22CMKKFV (Monitors LCD 20 and Above)

The 2233SW features 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, giving you the highest resolution possible. Integrated rear housing hides cables, for a sleek, clean look. Soft corners, rich piano black finish and acrylic accent bar will beautify any desk.


That could be read wrong..

I think this is basically the same monitor as mine except mine isn't the 'Pebble' version. Great monitor, which I paid £206 for not so long ago :p No HDMI on mine but I use a HDMI to DVI cable.
#5
Finally a nice monitor good price and DVI...
#6
id prefer to pay an extra £15 and get the t220 from amazon. its the newer model with better quality components.
#7
The 2333SW is available for £20 odd more measures almost 24" and is full 1080p.
#8
midi9191;4911131
id prefer to pay an extra £15 and get the t220 from amazon. its the newer model with better quality components.

The T220 uses exactly the same panel and doesn't have higher quality components at all.
#9
Not knowing too much about PC monitors, would it be better to grab a 1980x1080 VGA monitor, or a 1680x1050 DVI monitor? I have a ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro 512MB graphics card, by the by.

Thanks in advance for any advice guys!
#10
hyperion;4911375
Not knowing too much about PC monitors, would it be better to grab a 1980x1080 VGA monitor, or a 1680x1050 DVI monitor? I have a ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro 512MB graphics card, by the by.

Thanks in advance for any advice guys!

Depends what you're using it for.
#11
306maxi;4912435
hyperion
Not knowing too much about PC monitors, would it be better to grab a 1980x1080 VGA monitor, or a 1680x1050 DVI monitor? I have a ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro 512MB graphics card, by the by.

Thanks in advance for any advice guys!


Depends what you're using it for.


As well as your personal preferences. If it's just for general computer use I'd go for the DVI 1680x1050 screen, 16:10 is the more common aspect ratio for widescreens and the VGA input on some monitors can be a bit fuzzy.
#12
DVI-D with HDCP is HDMI compatible you just need a HDMI to DVI lead.

Depends on your usage as to which is best, for console and video use I bought a 1920x1080, but desktop use and web browsing is a bit of a compromise. Lots of things don't quite like the increase I made on the DPI to make the native res (which is the clearest) usable.
#13
hmm? i want to use this as an external monitor for my 17" sony laptop with 1080 full HD. Wonder if its worth going for at that price or choose an alternative?
#14
306maxi
Depends what you're using it for.


Graphic design mainly. Photoshop and the like.

So you'd take DVI with 1680x1050 over 1980x1080 VGA?

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