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Samsung S19B150N (19 inch) LED Monitor for £59.99 Delivered @ CCLOnline

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Great price for this monitor. Deal of the Day price and includes free delivery.


Samsung S19B150N (19 inch) LED Monitor 600:1 200cd/m2 1366x768 5ms VGA (High Glossy Black).
Main Features:

See a more dramatic picture with great contrast
Be more efficient with brightness adjustment
Attractive glossy black design fits any surroundings
Adjust monitor tilt for comfort and better posture

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    DazzyB
    Wouldn't the 21in DELL work out to about the same price with a trade-in?
    mightyken
    I would have bought this if it can be viewed vertically..

    Edited By: mightyken on Jun 16, 2012 13:08
    Mrjimmy
    On the website it says save £5...... Not much of a saving

    Or is the price you're saving on a good price anyway
    intranix
    Nice price, but the resolution is too low.
    t3s
    t3s2 years, 5 months ago #5Show comment tools Reply
    Shame there's no DVI. Heat as it may be of use to someone else. :)
    fbiroylindell
    Meh. Poor resolution and brightness but the price does make up for it, I guess.
    plewis00
    It's worth paying about £20-25 more for a bigger 21.5" monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution (full HD/1080p). Honestly, such a tiny saving is just false economy.

    In case anyone is asking for an example:
    http://www.ebuyer.com/370651-lg-e2242c-bn-led-lcd-21-5-vga-monitor-e2242c-bn

    Or if you just must have DVI then:
    http://www.ebuyer.com/275767-acer-v223hqvbd-lcd-tft-21-5-dvi-d-monitor-et-wv3he-021
    Paradoxine
    Why not just save up an extra 40 squid and actually get a decent monitor? *Sigh* I just don't understand some people.
    coerce86
    i prefer the dell deal over this, but this is a decent budget-price LED monitor (Vga input is the only thing that would put me off)
    conor147
    Paradoxine
    Why not just save up an extra 40 squid and actually get a decent monitor? *Sigh* I just don't understand some people.


    or using computers, it would seem.

    2 of these complimenting a 1080p monitor makes a good eyefinity setup.
    conor147
    piginabox
    Paradoxine
    Why not just save up an extra 40 squid and actually get a decent monitor? *Sigh* I just don't understand some people.

    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. Apply logic
    Step 3. Post apology
    or
    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. I got 0.0002334 as the answer. How does this thing work?
    Step 3. Post ignorant and abusive comment


    i mostly agree with your post but would object on the grounds that there are more factors than just price to consider when buying something...

    there was enough wrong with his post for ridiculing without being a dumbass as well.
    Stimmt
    t3s
    Shame there's no DVI. Heat as it may be of use to someone else. :)


    I posted one yesterday (a Philips 18.5") that has DVI which may be a better bet for you:

    http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-196v3lsb-18-5-dvi-monitor-just-62-99-including-delivery-ebuyer-1243890#post14764998
    t3s
    plewis00
    It's worth paying about £20-25 more for a bigger 21.5" monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution (full HD/1080p)

    But isn't it a bit pointless getting a higher resolution monitor when there's no digital input to display it properly/at it's best? The DVI one is a much better deal.
    MrPuddington
    plewis00
    It's worth paying about £20-25 more for a bigger 21.5" monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution (full HD/1080p). Honestly, such a tiny saving is just false economy.
    Absolutely. We had a deal here for a 23" Full HD monitor under 80 pounds. Ok, it is not the greatest, and these deals are rare, but shows that you can get a decent monitor for very little more.

    This deal is just not worth it, unless you have very limited space on your desk. And even then you may be better off with a used 17" monitor.
    Zoomster
    Got mine from these guys back in April for £63 and picked it up as they are only down the road.
    Not a one off deal of the day price but their regular price...

    http://www.ballicom.co.uk/audio-visual/monitors/19-inch-tft/samsung-syncmaster--185.p773267.html

    If you're local to Cov and don't want to wait for it to be delivered, it's an option.

    Monitor itself is fine. I have it hooked up to the Accounting PC and, for the money, it does the job just fine.
    Paradoxine
    piginabox
    Paradoxine
    Why not just save up an extra 40 squid and actually get a decent monitor? *Sigh* I just don't understand some people.

    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. Apply logic
    Step 3. Post apology
    or
    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. I got 0.0002334 as the answer. How does this thing work?
    Step 3. Post ignorant and abusive comment


    Why would I apologise? My point still stands. Throwing some ratio's in my face won't change my opinion. I could just as easily pay £5 for a pair of terrible headphones, then post a deal for £15 for some absolutely great one's, then according to the 'ratio' logic, It still makes sense to go for the terrible headphones. It's called a price floor, below which, any saving's at the cost of quality/performance don't really make sense. Look, If you REALLY N.E.E.D a monitor and ONLY have £60, then fine, but realistically 90% of the people browsing on here, I would guess, have more disposable income than that to play with. Just look at the heat on the SSD deal's we've been getting lately. I wouldn't have said what I said If I didn't believe the monitor is one of the last thing's It's worth skimping on.
    Chewyone
    Let me just settle this with a convincing argument. Some people cannot afford to spend £20 extra. Some people want a cheap monitor and can't give two monkeys about the resolution. Some people just want to see something on their screen for a cheap price.

    Hot deal.
    Hudson92
    tbh theres a purpose to these, for me personally i need a second monitor just a basic cheap ass one for TEXT im a programmer, i have a main display for any graphics and i always run out of space, been eyeing up a few monitors but still waiting :D.

    If i was going to buy one now id say the £20 and put it towards a third monitor.
    conor147
    Paradoxine
    piginabox
    Paradoxine
    Why not just save up an extra 40 squid and actually get a decent monitor? *Sigh* I just don't understand some people.

    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. Apply logic
    Step 3. Post apology
    or
    Step 1. Use a calculator to work out the answer to £40 / (£40+£59.99)
    Step 2. I got 0.0002334 as the answer. How does this thing work?
    Step 3. Post ignorant and abusive comment


    Why would I apologise? My point still stands. Throwing some ratio's in my face won't change my opinion. I could just as easily pay £5 for a pair of terrible headphones, then post a deal for £15 for some absolutely great one's, then according to the 'ratio' logic, It still makes sense to go for the terrible headphones. It's called a price floor, below which, any saving's at the cost of quality/performance don't really make sense. Look, If you REALLY N.E.E.D a monitor and ONLY have £60, then fine, but realistically 90% of the people browsing on here, I would guess, have more disposable income than that to play with. Just look at the heat on the SSD deal's we've been getting lately. I wouldn't have said what I said If I didn't believe the monitor is one of the last thing's It's worth skimping on.


    mother of god. what on earth the hell the crap are you doing with those poor apostrophes?

    http://images.sodahead.com/polls/001601553/3556404665_Y_U_use_apostrophe_to_make_regular_noun_plural_xlarge.jpeg

    i already explained. you are making the silly and unjustified assumption that a monitor needs 1080p otherwise it doesnt retain 100% of its functionality. this is patently absurd. as i said, and you seem to have already forgotten, a secondary or tertiary monitor would not benefit much, if at all from 1080p.

    1080p is for high-res media, like MKVs (NOTE THE LACK OF APOSTROPHE), or games (AGAIN, NOTE THE LACK OF APOSTROPHE).

    if you already have a 1080p monitor, you dont need more unless you plan on doing a pointlessly gimmicky 5760x1200 eyefinity setup with 3 monitors. though if you do, you would also probably have 3d and probably be playing on alienware, and shouldnt be on this forum.

    either way, your comments are nonsense and you should give up this feckless effort.
    plewis00
    Chewyone
    Let me just settle this with a convincing argument. Some people cannot afford to spend £20 extra. Some people want a cheap monitor and can't give two monkeys about the resolution. Some people just want to see something on their screen for a cheap price.

    Hot deal.


    This isn't settling anything with a convincing argument...

    If you can't scrape together a measly £20 for a significantly bigger and better monitor then you probably shouldn't be looking at a brand new monitor in the first place. If money is that tight, then go to Cash Converters and pick up a perfectly good second-hand one for £30 and save even more money.

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