Samsung Syncmaster 2333SW 23" HD Monitor 1920x1080 DVI £157.49 del @ CDiscount + 4% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Syncmaster 2333SW

23" Widescreen, 1920 x 1080 Resolution, 5ms response time, 20000:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, VGA & DVI Inputs

£157.49 or 3 easy payments of £52.50
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#1
Cheaper elsewhere

Amazon has it for £157.95 and

see http://www.morecomputers.co.uk/extra.asp?pn=LS23CMZKFV for similar price as amazon after postage
#2
devilish
Cheaper elsewhere

Amazon has it for £157.95 and

see http://www.morecomputers.co.uk/extra.asp?pn=LS23CMZKFV for similar price as amazon after postage


Maybe true but the option to pay over 3xpayments is handy for some people.
#3
Should have bought this instead of the 22" Dell the other day :x
#4
voted hot as there is a option of three installments
#5
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:
#6
devilish
Amazon has it for £157.95


Not in stock though: "Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months".

devilish
see http://www.morecomputers.co.uk/extra.asp?pn=LS23CMZKFV for similar price as amazon after postage


The Cdiscount price is £151.19 assuming Quidco pays out. The More Computers Price of £152.88 is also good though; I reckon anything under £180 is good for a 23" quality-brand monitor with DVI - e.g. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/318864/samsung-23-monitor-2048-x-1152-reso/
#7
This is a great deal, well done poster. And the comments about people who like to spread smaller payments should'nt be buying something like this is a load of rubbish.

Voted hot....
banned#8
toonarmani
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:

Agreed
#9
toonarmani
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:


Tosh.

Why not spread the payments over 3mths?

I recently got a new credit card offering 0% on purchases, bought a load and will pay it off interest free over 9 mths.

Should i have been spending?
#10
toonarmani
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:


Disagreed.

The 3 payment options is a great idea. Especially for someone requiring this sized monitor but has bills to pay and weekly shopping and 4 mouths to feed. Not so many have £150 to pay straight away.

Dont see where you are coming from, if you want this monitor but dont have the expenditure available at the moment then 3x installments are a great idea.
1 Like #11
When you consider that this monitor is actually 23.3 inches diagonal and most 24" monitors are 23.6 inches.( only 8mm bigger). its an even hotter deal!! :thumbsup:

Btw. It's also available from ebuyer for £3 cheaper, with free delivery:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/158382
#12
Agreed at least by most.

Cant see how a 3 easy payment system and 0% for the privelage is anything but a bonus. And lets be honest, not everyone is a rockefella, or why would we be on this site.

The name of the site is HOTDEALS, and this is a bloody hot deal. I could'nt believe that cold earlier.
#13
dmadro
Agreed at least by most.

Cant see how a 3 easy payment system and 0% for the privelage is anything but a bonus. And lets be honest, not everyone is a rockefella, or why would we be on this site.

The name of the site is HOTDEALS, and this is a bloody hot deal. I could'nt believe that cold earlier.


not disputing it's a good price BUT should we rename this site to "a_good_price_but_cheaper_elsewhere.co.uk" instead?

:whistling:
#14
toonarmani
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:


Agreed.
#15
just looked back at the YouTube video of the 22" version which convinced me to press 'buy' on Sunday night...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNC1W5oUtAc
(You have to click 'watch in high quality' in the bottom right, or it's kinda pointless!)

Although it's piped via China and a Camera-phone It somehow looks BETTER than the HD demos in my local branch of Currys! :thinking:

Should have mine tommorow... Yay!!:whistling:
#16
toonarmani
cold - cheaper elsewhere.

with regards to the comments on "easy payments", IMO if someone can't afford to pay ~£150 in 1 payment, then they shouldn't be spending money on a new monitor ... people need priorities

:whistling:


CDiscount don't credit check people or provide an APR. they just ask that you pay them. There is nothing bad about that.
People who should be most pi**ed about monitors at this time IMO shouldn't be bothered about the figures! :-)
#17
In regards to monthly payments. Why not offer to pay your mobile phone contract outright instead of £XX amount a month? I doubt many people could afford to pay this. Same with a monitor. Allows you to get the monitor now, and pay back a little bit from your regular income each month. I honestly think most people on here are children/teens.
#18
It may be cheaper elsewhere, but I just wanted to say...at last a monitor described as 1080p / full HD and it's actually capable of a 1920 x 1080 resolution, Huzzah! :thumbsup:
#19
Can somebody please tell me if this monitor is better than the 21.5" posted the other day - http://hotukdeals.com/item/347976/dell-s2209w-full-hd-widescreen-flat

It'll cost me £10 to cancel with Dell and their 3 year warranty balances the 23" and 3 month payment of this.

Thanks in advance
#20
Stradders
Can somebody please tell me if this monitor is better than the 21.5" posted the other day - http://hotukdeals.com/item/347976/dell-s2209w-full-hd-widescreen-flat

It'll cost me £10 to cancel with Dell and their 3 year warranty balances the 23" and 3 month payment of this.

Thanks in advance


Samsung probably produced the panel in this Dell design. However this thread is about a brand new product and the post-processing (dynamic contrast) ratio on this Samsung is 20,000:1. whilst the 'native' contrast ratio... like so many panels (including your Dell) is 1000:1.

The smart money lies with buying the newer design, since its 'like' buying a new graphics card for your computer... PLUS buying this item is like buying a 24" monitor! (see my previous post here).
#21
huggychair
Samsung probably produced the panel in this Dell design. However this thread is about a brand new product and the post-processing (dynamic contrast) ratio on this Samsung is 20,000:1. whilst the 'native' contrast ratio... like so many panels (including your Dell) is 1000:1.

The smart money lies with buying the newer design, since its 'like' buying a new graphics card for your computer... PLUS buying this item is like buying a 24" monitor! (see my previous post here).


So which is newer, the Dell or this ?

I used to be a TV Shop manager and i've never rated Samsung really, their above average at best. Their monitor's performance however i haven't a clue about.

My brother spent £600 on a 24" one but i've not seen it enough to judge how good it is.

Thanks for your reply btw
1 Like #22
This in the newer item. (including the gubbinsand the panel itself).. in fact @ its size it's almost brand new.

According to the reviews i saw before purchace.... viewing angles were excellent, as were colour reproduction and contrast... Not recomended for commercial Graphics work from one reviewer.. but highly recomended for its video playback abilities (from another)

You have to remember, however that this is but a monitor (not a TV ..as if!) and it relies on having a good GPU to get the best result.. and that the settings are just right :-)
#23
huggychair
This in the newer item. (including the gubbinsand the panel itself).. in fact @ its size it's almost brand new.

According to the reviews i saw before purchace.... viewing angles were excellent, as were colour reproduction and contrast... Not recomended for commercial Graphics work from one reviewer.. but highly recomended for its video playback abilities (from another)

You have to remember, however that this is but a monitor (not a TV ..as if!) and it relies on having a good GPU to get the best result.. and that the settings are just right :-)


Sound. Well i've got a 9800GTX+ so it should be mint.

Thanks for your input dude, i'll tell Dellhi to go forth and multiply.

(Dell's customer service agents sound just like the M$ ones, very strange)
#24
huggychair
When you consider that this monitor is actually 23.3 inches diagonal and most 24" monitors are 23.6 inches.( only 8mm bigger). its an even hotter deal!! :thumbsup:

Btw. It's also available from ebuyer for £3 cheaper, with free delivery:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/158382


Thanks for pointing this one out... i missed this earlier....
#25
http://www.morecomputers.co.uk/extra.asp?pn=LS23CMZKFV&referer=dealtime

£152.88 inc P+P


Though I'd still pay the extra to go with a larger seller ;)

Ebuyer are awesome.
#26


Their price has gone down almost a fiver since yesterday! Hot! ;-)
#27
Package includes DVI & VGA cables and an anti-static cloth :roll:
#28
Cheapest place still 'More Computers' £152.88 but eBuyer @ £157.95 comes with 3 year warranty so worth the extra fiver IMHO.

Still very very tempted and will use it at work mainly for Autocad, so does anyone have any ideas if this is suitable for this type of work or are there any alternatives worth considering?
#29
The warranty is provided direct by Samsung.. they all come with 3 years cover :thumbsup:
#30
Got mine this morning, well chuffed!
#31
I realised I could really do with a higher res monitor and saw this thread and nearly got one but in the end I bought this http://www.morecomputers.com/extra.asp?pn=LS23MYZABC

I know it's £15 more but I got it today and it's gorgeous. It's realy nice to have the extra space. The height adjustable stand is very good as well, I've alway wanted a monitor that is at eye-level.
#32
I got this and fair play it is awesome!

After going to this from my old 19" the difference is amazing.

Playig CS:S is so much easier and I never got so many headshots lol :)

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