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Samsung SM2494HM DVI, HDMI, USB 1920 x 1080 only £205.26 + £7.99 delivery @ CCLOnline

£205.26 @ CCLOnline
This is a fantastic monitor and at this price the inclusion odf HDMI, USB hub and integrated speakers make this an absolute bargain. I bought a month ago for £223 and some vendors have increase the pr… Read More
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This is a fantastic monitor and at this price the inclusion odf HDMI, USB hub and integrated speakers make this an absolute bargain. I bought a month ago for £223 and some vendors have increase the price to over £330 as it so difficult to find.

I also forgot to mention that this monitor has a height adjustable stand and can rotate into portrait mode!

The spec and performance is amazing for this price! Also at nearly 24" its huge! Recommended!

Direct link to Samsung site here [URL="http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/detail/detail.do?group=itbusiness&type=monitors&subtype=lcd&model_cd=LS24KIQRFV/EDC"/URL]

Did I say that this was a bargain? :)
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#1
Peace of Mind with the CCL Monitor Checking Service

As always when buying a new monitor, you want to be sure that you're in safe hands which is completely understandable. At CCL we put all our emphasis on looking after our customers and their products and as a result we have won the PC Pro best online retailer award three years in a row!

When you purchase our monitor checking service it allows us to open up your monitor box and conduct an inspection of your product to ensure that there is nothing faulty and no disappointments on delivery day.

Our service for monitors over 22" includes:

* A physical check of the monitor to ensure there are no defects.
* A guarantee of no dead or permanently lit pixels.
* A seven day enhanced warranty is included with our monitor checking service that covers everything we check. If you have any hardware problems within seven days of buying your monitor we will refund the cost of the checking service, collect your faulty monitor and change it with a fully checked replacement.
* Please inspect and report any faults within 7 days. Due to the nature of the product, we cannot guarantee the screen will not develop dead pixels beyond this period.

Peace of mind for only £19.99 inc VAT!


an option for anyone thinking of buying the monitor
#3
bellamy_47
an option for anyone thinking of buying the monitor


Trouble with monitor checks is if you don't go for it do you end up with all the monitors with the dead pixels?
suspended#4
On the dead pixel thing I know it can be a lottery but I`ve had two of these monitors and both of them no dead pixels.

The 2494HS doesn`t make sense compared to this for a few more pounds. The 2494HS has no height adjustable stand (the 2494HM also rotates to portrait mode) and has no USB hub.

The SM2494HM at this price is an absolute bargain! :)
banned#5
Hi I need some help please.

I am considering a PC for my son, and would most probably pick up a dell deal as and when. I would also like to use monitor for games and TV.

I assume I can use this screen to connect xbox/wii and all should be okay.

However if I want to use the screen as a TV monitor for a cable feed, is it possible with this screen? I use a dreambox which has optical out for audio and scart lead for A/V.


Thanks in advance.
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Lyrrad
Hi I need some help please.

I am considering a PC for my son, and would most probably pick up a dell deal as and when. I would also like to use monitor for games and TV.

I assume I can use this screen to connect xbox/wii and all should be okay.

However if I want to use the screen as a TV monitor for a cable feed, is it possible with this screen? I use a dreambox which has optical out for audio and scart lead for A/V.


Thanks in advance.


The SM2494HM has an HDMI input which you could connect to a Freeview box or Sky box with the same but not sure about cable but this means that you would lose the HDMI for your gaming console.

If you want a TV/ monitor solution (with integrated freeview) and the option of hooking up an Xbox I would recommend this monitor which is 1080p and has 2 x HDMI. It seems to the 1080p version of the T220HD models but without the girly rose black finish. :thumbsup:

http://www.cdiscount.co.uk/Computing/DesktopsMonitors/Monitors/samsung-syncmaster-2333hd-23--hd1080p-digital-lcd-/f-616-179903.html You can also get quidco from this site and they have easy pay.
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Lyrrad
I am considering a PC for my son, and would most probably pick up a dell deal as and when. I would also like to use monitor for games and TV. I assume I can use this screen to connect xbox/wii and all should be okay.

It has 3 inputs which might be a problem if you want to hook up PC + Xbox + Wii + TV source (4 sources). You can use splitter boxes though.

Lyrrad
However if I want to use the screen as a TV monitor for a cable feed, is it possible with this screen? I use a dreambox which has optical out for audio and scart lead for A/V.

You mention a cable feed and also a dreambox so I assume the cable feed goes into the dreambox and that will connect to the screen! If it only has a SCART output then it can’t directly hook up to this as monitors don’t have SCART inputs.
It sounds like you’ll be better off with a TV/Monitor style screen as it will have more inputs including a SCART.

klinkerhoffen
If you want a TV/ monitor solution (with integrated freeview) and the option of hooking up an Xbox I would recommend this monitor which is 1080p and has 2 x HDMI. It seems to the 1080p version of the T220HD models but without the girly rose black finish. http://www.cdiscount.co.uk/Computing/DesktopsMonitors/Monitors/samsung-syncmaster-2333hd-23--hd1080p-digital-lcd-/f-616-179903.html

Does it come with a SCART input? Yes according to this link - http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/EM/200901/20090107090748406/2333HD_Eng.pdf
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klinkerhoffen
If you want a TV/ monitor solution (with integrated freeview) and the option of hooking up an Xbox I would recommend this monitor which is 1080p and has 2 x HDMI. It seems to the 1080p version of the T220HD models but without the girly rose black finish. http://www.cdiscount.co.uk/Computing/DesktopsMonitors/Monitors/samsung-syncmaster-2333hd-23--hd1080p-digital-lcd-/f-616-179903.html

A cheaper option than the Samsung is this LG at Ebuyer although if you shop around you may get it cheaper elsewhere.
banned#9
Thanks for all the feedback


One thing I think is worth mentioning. I fall into the camp that 1080i is more than sufficient for 22-24inch and cable has little content to even worry about.

I recently bought a Panasonic 42inch 1080i against the 1080p because, to my eye the SD content was slightly better.


With this in mind is there non 1080p monitor/tv that may be more suitable for SD content. (my xbox looks good enough to me on Samsung 32inch 1080i TV).
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Lyrrad
One thing I think is worth mentioning. I fall into the camp that 1080i is more than sufficient for 22-24inch and cable has little content to even worry about.
I recently bought a Panasonic 42inch 1080i against the 1080p because, to my eye the SD content was slightly better.
With this in mind is there non 1080p monitor/tv that may be more suitable for SD content. (my xbox looks good enough to me on Samsung 32inch 1080i TV).

You asked for a monitor that can also be used to watch TV so the resolution will be higher than 720p if you are looking at screens in the 22 to 24” range.
Typical widescreen monitor resolutions; there are some overlaps as you can see:

19” - 1440x900
20 to 22” - 1680x1050
21 to 23” – 1920x1080
24 to 28” – 1920x1200

TVs
720p/1080i – 1280x720 or 1366x768
1080p – 1920x1080

I’d recommend 20” 1680x1050 as a minimum for a monitor as the extra resolution over a 19” is useful.

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