Samsung SM-2243SN 22 Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black 1920x1080 Resolution£119.99 @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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The best picture quality we have ever seen at this price point - Simply Amazing!!

This monitor epitomizes versatility and is more than fast enough to game on with smooth motion and crisp colors giving your games that extra edge. Large enough to sit back and enjoy a film on and at full HD resolutions or edit your latest batch of photographs.

At this price point the Samsung 2243SN is also the perfect choice for office applications and just right the cost conscious buyer and is equally suited to use at home as a luxurious all round display for surfing the web in style.

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http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Monitors/22inchMonitors/Samsung/LS22MYYKBB.html
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#1
I personally think that's a nice bargain lol.
#2
Seems like a hot deal to me!. Full HD 22" Samsung monitor for £120 :thumbsup:. Your avatar is somewhat disturbing though!.
#3
:thumbsup: nice price and tempting
#4
Hot! very tempting.
#5
Tempting here too, but no DVI or HDMI is a downer for me, still hot though
#6
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1 Like #7
gavjbrown
When I click on control panel / Display the settings say 1024 x 768. If I bought this what would the display on the monitor look like i.e would it fill the screen and look ok?.


Your control panel is almost certainly limiting the list of resolutions to those supported by the current monitor. You need to make sure your graphics card supports the higher resolution, which it should do if reasonably modern (2-3 years). Check the card manufacturers website if you're not sure.
#8
dogbert682
Your control panel is almost certainly limiting the list of resolutions to those supported by the current monitor. You need to make sure your graphics card supports the higher resolution, which it should do if reasonably modern (2-3 years). Check the card manufacturers website if you're not sure.


Its a Dell dimension 1100 and I think the graphics card is built in.
1 Like #9
Intergrated? it'll probably be called an intel something or other then. Always worth getting a dedicated graphics card if you want to do anything more than word processing.

Control Panel will tell you the possible resolution of your current montior so it's much of an indication of whether this is good monitor for you. Like dogbert says, check the card manufacturers website if you can.
#10
no DVI or HDMI is poor on a modern monitor but still good value if you only need analogue.
#11
No DVI, cold.
#12
Tdrtnlz
Tempting here too, but no DVI or HDMI is a downer for me, still hot though


Yep, let down by this. I'd probably got for the 22" Viewsonic VX2260WM at £142.99 from Amazon if you need those connections. It seems to get a very good write up from reviewers.
#13
Voted cold. No DVI or HDMI. It's a 16:9 screen so isn't great for use as a monitor and it's too small to really be that great as a TV. Pay a bit extra and get an SM2433BW, much better as a monitor because it's 16:10, much better looking and it has a DVI port.
#14
306maxi
Voted cold. No DVI or HDMI. It's a 16:9 screen so isn't great for use as a monitor and it's too small to really be that great as a TV. Pay a bit extra and get an SM2433BW, much better as a monitor because it's 16:10, much better looking and it has a DVI port.


I'm always a bit unsure why people say that 16:9 is not very good for a monitor but 16:10 is - it's only 1" difference. I suppose it depends on what size you're used to. I'm currently using a 20" 16:10 monitor so a 22" 16:9 would appear a fraction bigger for me
#15
greencode;7857711
I'm always a bit unsure why people say that 16:9 is not very good for a monitor but 16:10 is - it's only 1" difference. I suppose it depends on what size you're used to. I'm currently using a 20" 16:10 monitor so a 22" 16:9 would appear a fraction bigger for me

It's not 1" difference. It's a difference in aspect ratio.

A 16:9 screen is a tv aspect ratio. 16:10 is a monitor aspect ratio. If you're going to use something primarily as a TV/DVD player then buy 16:9, if you're using it as a PC then buy a 16:10 screen.
#16
I've been seriously thinking about this one with DVI which seems good value - I can't see a reason to pay more for the Novatech one here without DVI, unless somebody here knows better!
http://www.dabs.com/products/best-value-22--h-570wdb-widescreen-5ms-dvi-lcd-tft-5HC4.html
#17
Higher resolution on the samsung - full 1080p whereas the dabs model is only 1680 x 1050
#18
cmontgomeryburns;7857884
I've been seriously thinking about this one with DVI which seems good value - I can't see a reason to pay more for the Novatech one here without DVI, unless somebody here knows better!
http://www.dabs.com/products/best-value-22--h-570wdb-widescreen-5ms-dvi-lcd-tft-5HC4.html

Yes but would you take something branded as "Best value" over a Samsung monitor?
#19
Awesome deal
#20
djfost
Higher resolution on the samsung - full 1080p whereas the dabs model is only 1680 x 1050

Thanks - and having read other posts I see that the Dabs one is 16:10 - which some people are saying is better. I'm not sure what difference the lesser resolution would really make. This is more complicated than I thought!

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