Samsung LD220HD - 21.5" Lapfit Full HD 1080p TV/Monitor With Freeview - £119.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Excellent TV / Monitor for this price! See review link in next post...

Product spec:

Device Type: LCD display / TFT active matrix
Colour: Gloss black
Built-in Devices: Stereo speakers, DVB-T tuner
Dimensions (WxDxH): 51.7 cm x 7.7 cm x 34 cm
Weight: 4.5 kg
Diagonal Size: 21.5" - widescreen
Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Video Format: 1080p (FullHD)
Display Positions Adjustments: Tilt
Colour Support: 16.7 million colours
Response Time: 5 ms
Image Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 / 50000:1 (dynamic)
Digital Video Standard: Digital Visual Interface (DVI), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Audio Output: Speaker(s) - stereo
Signal Input: HDMI, DVI-I, VGA
Microsoft Certification: Certified for Windows Vista
Compliant Standards: DDC-2B
Power Consumption Operational: 46 Watt
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#1
Clink this link for Trusted Review

Click for Samsung product manual



Edited By: KingCampo on Mar 19, 2011 08:51: Added extra link
#2
Was going to buy this and sell my LG M227WD, but this only has 1 HDMI port, and I have my PS3 and my PC hooked up the LG, not that good, only 1 HDMI.

But hot price for someone, have some heat
#3
canada16
Was going to buy this and sell my LG M227WD, but this only has 1 HDMI port, and I have my PS3 and my PC hooked up the LG, not that good, only 1 HDMI.

But hot price for someone, have some heat


What's wrong with theLG? Ebuyer's got that model on offer too today at £135.99 and it looked pretty good.
#4
Nothing, but when you change the chanel it can take ages sometimes, up to 20 seconds, and thats no joke, but I knew that when I bought it.
I am just a sucker for a bargain... LOL
I am going to save some money and buy a 40" for a normal TV in the bedroom and just keep my LG.

Edited By: canada16 on Mar 19, 2011 09:28
#5
very good deal
#6
is it wall mountable?
#7
waxxy
is it wall mountable?


Yes - 75mm x 75mm.

The official Samsung wall mount is product WMN22FMD. See product manual link in post #1


Edited By: KingCampo on Mar 19, 2011 13:16
#8
so tempted.... would this be a good price if it were just a monitor? I feel I'd be paying for the TV aspects of it too, which I'm not interested in
Would it be worth just skipping this one and finding one that is just monitor specific?
#9
topsup
so tempted.... would this be a good price if it were just a monitor? I feel I'd be paying for the TV aspects of it too, which I'm not interested in
Would it be worth just skipping this one and finding one that is just monitor specific?


If you just want a monitor this size I suggest this LED-backlit Benq for £106.75 from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/BenQ-G2222HDL-21-5-inch-Widescreen-Back-Light/dp/B002UJ31A0/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1300542081&sr=8-5


Edited By: KingCampo on Mar 19, 2011 13:42
#10
is there any way to connect a wii to a monitor?
#11
5Rivers79
is there any way to connect a wii to a monitor?

Wii connects through the SCART input
#12
Nice tv but have to say not too keen on the angle it seems to display it at. I was expecting a screen to face me not be at an angle tilted away.
#13
Jumpinbeans
Nice tv but have to say not too keen on the angle it seems to display it at. I was expecting a screen to face me not be at an angle tilted away.

You could mount this on a wall without having the tilt and it'd look awesome.

Why is this called a Lapfit? Will it fit in my lap? :)
#14
Infinite Element
Jumpinbeans
Nice tv but have to say not too keen on the angle it seems to display it at. I was expecting a screen to face me not be at an angle tilted away.

You could mount this on a wall without having the tilt and it'd look awesome.

Why is this called a Lapfit? Will it fit in my lap? :)


http://www.engadget.com/2009/02/09/samsung-introduces-lapfit-monitors-in-a-fit-of-insanity/
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KingCampo
5Rivers79
is there any way to connect a wii to a monitor?

Wii connects through the SCART input

Or better yet via the Samsung's COMPONENT input (having bought a component cable for your Wii), though still going to be stuck way below 1080p of course - from memory at just 480p:)
MKD
#16
does anyone have this and know how 'vertical' you can get it to go?
#17
5Rivers79
is there any way to connect a wii to a monitor?
You'd need some kind of analog to digital converter, something that will take the scart or composite cables from the Wii and output the signal in DVI or HDMI. You can get standalone units, but they're expensive and require an external power source. A DVD recorder will also work (has to be an upscaling DVD recorder with HDMI). That will connect via HDMI and you can plug scart devices into it. I'm currently using a 26" monitor as a 'TV' in the living room and my Wii is connected through a DVD recorder - it's not ideal but it works.
#18
ordered 2 for my wall! hot!
#19
reddragon105
5Rivers79
is there any way to connect a wii to a monitor?

You'd need some kind of analog to digital converter, something that will take the scart or composite cables from the Wii and output the signal in DVI or HDMI. You can get standalone units, but they're expensive and require an external power source. A DVD recorder will also work (has to be an upscaling DVD recorder with HDMI). That will connect via HDMI and you can plug scart devices into it. I'm currently using a 26" monitor as a 'TV' in the living room and my Wii is connected through a DVD recorder - it's not ideal but it works.



errr - http://images.trustedreviews.com/images/article/inline/12980-img4570s.jpg

Why do you provide advice without properly checking whether it's correct first?
#20


Thanks - ordered.

Edited By: Satan on Mar 20, 2011 10:33
#21
@no1knows... He asked to 'a monitor', not this monitor/TV combo which obviously has normal TV inputs that a regular monitor would lack!

The irony is it's your advice that is irrelevant...:P
#22
Looked great and so I bought one. However, how do you remove the integral stand if wall mounting? In addition, the VESA mount I bought didn't seem to fit. Do I have to buy the Samsung one and if so, where from. Help appreciated. Cheers
#23
same here, the mounting holes is not 75*75 but 145*60, where can i find a desk mounting braket with this size?
#24
same here, the mounting holes is not 75*75 but 145*60, where can i find a desk mounting braket with this size?
#25
I am asking Samsung but don't expect too much help. I have been recommended this but still don't know how to remove the integral stand.

http://www.123brackets.co.uk/Platinum-Series-IILCD-Plasma-TV-Bracket_c-p501.html
#26
I've had the same mounting hole issues. Warrennick have you had any joy?
#27
Still waiting to hear from Samsung. Will post if reply received.
#28
The official Samsung response is as follows "Regarding the E-Mail that you sent us, kindly be advised that this type of stand is not detachable, hence you won’t be able remove
this type of stand as it’s already screwed to the insides of the monitor." I think that means, "sorry, it's not wall mountable, so sorry, sold a pup".
#29
Unless I'm missing something:

Sorry, this product is currently unavailable. It is likely that it has been discontinued and no longer for sale.
#30
Lost me

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