SAMSUNG S24E510C Full HD 24" Curved LED Monitor @ Currys - £99.97 - Click & Collect Only - HotUKDeals
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SAMSUNG S24E510C Full HD 24" Curved LED Monitor @ Currys - £99.97 - Click & Collect Only

£99.97 @ Currys
Click & Collect only. Nice monitor for the price, If you have any near you great price to pick it up at! [specs] Energy efficiency class B On-mode power consumption 30 W Annual power con… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Click & Collect only.

Nice monitor for the price, If you have any near you great price to pick it up at!

[specs]
Energy efficiency class B
On-mode power consumption 30 W
Annual power consumption 44 kWh
SCREEN Screen technology LED backlit
Screen size 24"
Resolution 1920 x 1080
PICTURE QUALITY Viewing angle 178° / 178°
Frequency range - Horizontal: 60 Hz
- Vertical: 60 Hz
Brightness 250 cd/m²
Response time 4 ms
Native contrast ratio 3000:1
Dynamic contrast ratio Mega DCR
CONNECTIVITY Connections - HDMI x 1
- VGA x 1
Audio output Headphone jack
AUDIO Speakers No
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#1
Good price - heat added.

No stock in Leicester
#2
Decent find - no stock in Milton Keynes
#3
Stock in Barrow in Furness
#4
Good price, no stock within 30 miles of Liverpool though.
#5
How can this be even warm when there is no stock anywhere. No deal here. Expire please.
#6
good find, but No stock anywhere...
#7
This is a really nice monitor that I'm currently using which I brought from Currys for £150, so for this price it's a fantastic deal.
#8
Not available anywhere in Wiltshire or Bristol/Cheltenham
#9
There's no point in a 24" curved monitor, especially at that resolution. Still a decent price for a 24" full HD monitor, although I prefer 1440p at that size.
4 Likes #10
Please change the title to 'hunt for a unicorn'......
#11
just spoke to currys helpdesk, no stock anywhere in uk
#12
1 left in the country!!!

"I have just checked country wide for you and I can see that Trowbridge have a display model left which is available for purchase."
#13
Be nice with built in speakers
#14
I never understand why people want a curved monitor. We had curved monitors since the 70s, and they were terrible. Flat monitors were a major achievement! Cameras, pictures, movies, they all assume a flat projection.
#15
MrPuddington
I never understand why people want a curved monitor. We had curved monitors since the 70s, and they were terrible. Flat monitors were a major achievement! Cameras, pictures, movies, they all assume a flat projection.
Obviously you've not tried one. These curve the other way to old CRT monitors giving you a more immersed experience, filling more of your field of vision.

Edited By: wadders on Sep 03, 2016 17:14
#16
wadders
MrPuddington
I never understand why people want a curved monitor. We had curved monitors since the 70s, and they were terrible. Flat monitors were a major achievement! Cameras, pictures, movies, they all assume a flat projection.
Obviously you've not tried one. These curve the other way to old CRT monitors giving you a more immersed experience, filling more of your field of vision.
At 24"? It's pointless, far too small.
#17
commenter14
wadders
MrPuddington
I never understand why people want a curved monitor. We had curved monitors since the 70s, and they were terrible. Flat monitors were a major achievement! Cameras, pictures, movies, they all assume a flat projection.
Obviously you've not tried one. These curve the other way to old CRT monitors giving you a more immersed experience, filling more of your field of vision.
At 24"? It's pointless, far too small.
This is a monitor not a TV, you sit much closer remember...
#18
wadders
commenter14
wadders
MrPuddington
I never understand why people want a curved monitor. We had curved monitors since the 70s, and they were terrible. Flat monitors were a major achievement! Cameras, pictures, movies, they all assume a flat projection.
Obviously you've not tried one. These curve the other way to old CRT monitors giving you a more immersed experience, filling more of your field of vision.
At 24"? It's pointless, far too small.
This is a monitor not a TV, you sit much closer remember...
So close that your field of vision is full? For a 24" monitor you must six about six inches away!
#19
Actually 28.6" would be the perfect distance to sit from a 24" curved display.

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