Samsung SyncMaster BX2231 LCD LED Full HD 21.5" HDMI Monitor - £83.33 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Samsung's LED monitors deliver a visually stunning picture quality that leaves you speechless. Just as you've seen in Samsung LED TVs, Samsung's LED monitors make colors more rich and the action more real than you've dreamt possible. Let the story come to life with vivid colors and crystal-clear detail.

* Product Description - Samsung SyncMaster BX2231 - LCD display - TFT - 21.5"
* Dimensions (WxDxH) - 51.2 cm x 19.7 cm x 38.5 cm - with stand
* Weight - 3.2 kg
* Device Type - LCD display / TFT active matrix - LED backlight
* Diagonal Size - 21.5" - widescreen
* Max Resolution - 1920 x 1080
* Power Consumption Operational - 18 Watt
* Colour Support - 16.7 million colours
* Image Brightness - 250 cd/m2
* Image Contrast Ratio - 1000:1
* Response Time - 2 ms
* Colour - Gloss black
* Digital Video Standard - High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
* Video Format - 1080p (FullHD)
* Signal Input - 2xHDMI, VGA
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#1
Great price.

"From the samsung site appears to have a 3 year warranty"
Where does it say that?
I just looked and most monitors seem to have a 2 year pick and swap warranty - Samsung.

I was going to order 2 for my parents but would prefer a proper monitor warranty.
#2
I downloaded spec sheet from here

http://www.samsung.com/us/business/monitors/LS22X3HKFP/ZA-features

which is I now realise is US site - have amended original post - cheers Agharta




Edited By: 52919 on Apr 22, 2011 14:53
#3
Samsung make quality TFT monitors. Had a 15" SyncMaster a decade and its still vivid.
Total bargain.
#4
Hot, really good price considering it's LED backlit, DVI and Sammy. I'm tempted on this, some bloody good offers today!
suspended#5
incredible price for an LED monitor that can do 1080p. Just 18w too!
#6
Anyone got any idea if its the reflective type screen or the matte type?
1 Like #7
I decided 21.5” is too small for my parents’ eyes so went for the 23” which is £97.22 - Samsung BX2335.
It’s DVI + VGA rather than dual HDMI & VGA but not an issue for parents; they don’t have a PS3. :D
#8
They have an Acer 23” (not LED) with DVI/HDMI/VGA for £90.26 – Acer H235Hbmid.
#9
This is very tempting, I can't decide whether to go for LED or a bigger screen!
#10
edz87
This is very tempting, I can't decide whether to go for LED or a bigger screen!

Well the 23" LED is only £97.22.
#11
Agharta
edz87
This is very tempting, I can't decide whether to go for LED or a bigger screen!

Well the 23" LED is only £97.22.


Would love to have 2 HDMI connections though..since I've got a PS3 and hdmi port for laptop.
#12
Just ordered one to replace my 4-5 year old 19" Acer that I paid around £190 for. Thank you OP and heat added!!!

By the way, I want to connect my PC and PS3 via HDMI on this monitor but unsure about how to get sound through PS3 since there is no built in speakers on it. Can I use my PC speakers and will I need any additional cables?
#13
got the 23" acer with HDMI
cheers op
#14
Heat added!! Thanks OP. From what I read it doesn't come the HDMI cable.
#15
tough choice not sure what to go for
#16
think the monitors has audio out to connect speakers to, which I think will be better as I most monitor speakers i've used have not been very good
check here- 2nd image down
#17
Think I'm gonna take the plunge and get this instead. It's too good of a deal to miss it. Really like the low power consumption and 2hdmi ports and of course, the price!

p/s and thanks OP!


Edited By: edz87 on Apr 22, 2011 15:54
#18
Going for the £90 one posted on this site. Before I go ahead, is it one of the best 23" £90 monitors I can get (for gaming on my xbox 360)? Cheers!
#19
Agharta
I decided 21.5” is too small for my parents’ eyes so went for the 23” which is £97.22 - Samsung BX2335.
It’s DVI + VGA rather than dual HDMI & VGA but not an issue for parents; they don’t have a PS3. :D

It consumes more power than the OP
#20
Ordered seems like a good deal, got an LG one not long ago for 130 with similar spec, lets wait and see.
#21
Whats the difference between LCD and LED?
#22
chai157
Agharta
I decided 21.5” is too small for my parents’ eyes so went for the 23” which is £97.22 - Samsung BX2335.It’s DVI + VGA rather than dual HDMI & VGA but not an issue for parents; they don’t have a PS3. :D
It consumes more power than the OP

I had noticed that it's 18W versus 26W. I think they'd rather pay the extra couple of quid per year running costs and saves their eyes. ;)
#23
Legendaryjordan
Whats the difference between LCD and LED?


Lighter, thinner and less power consumption.
#24
Ordered one. Heat added.
#25
this site will tell you how much the samsung costs in electricity a year http://www.sust-it.net/energy_saving.php?cat=22&ss=22 which comes out around £5 a year for average use.

Edited By: wordsworth on Apr 22, 2011 16:23: added usage cost
#26
Agharta
chai157
Agharta
I decided 21.5” is too small for my parents’ eyes so went for the 23” which is £97.22 - Samsung BX2335.It’s DVI + VGA rather than dual HDMI & VGA but not an issue for parents; they don’t have a PS3. :D
It consumes more power than the OP

I had noticed that it's 18W versus 26W. I think they'd rather pay the extra couple of quid per year running costs and saves their eyes. ;)

According to http://www.sust-it.net/energy_saving.php?cat=22&ss=23&company=1 the 23" monitor will cost you about £2 more a year to run on avarage than the 21.5" monitor.
#27
Went with the £90.26 one. Will do me for another year of gaming, cheers to whoever posted it!
#28
Been looking around but I can't seem to find if this supports HDCP - which probably means it does not :/

Also, no VESA holes for wall mounting?
#29
Anyone know how this compares with the acer s221h (apart from no hdmi on that) posted a few days ago?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/acer-s-series-s221h-qlbd-22-inch-widescreen-lcd-monitor-86-99-delivered-play/922201

Thanks
#30
Is Samsung SyncMaster BX2335 better than this one? i mean picture quality not the size or inputs. thx
#31
BlueDan
Been looking around but I can't seem to find if this supports HDCP - which probably means it does not

If you mean the 21.5" model then it's highly unlikely that HDMI inputs would not support HDCP. For the other one with DVI possibly not.
#32
Agharta
BlueDan
Been looking around but I can't seem to find if this supports HDCP - which probably means it does not

If you mean the 21.5" model then it's highly unlikely that HDMI inputs would not support HDCP. For the other one with DVI possibly not.


Yeah, I meant the 21.5. And I would have expected a newer monitor or TV with HDMI inputs to support HDCP too.

Looking around, no mention either way on Samsung's website, or eBuyer.
newegg (US), Amazon UK and Insight say yes.

How are eBuyer for returns with these kinds of things?

My current display (SyncMaster 206BW) seems to go for £50 on the flea, I'm tempted to upgrade :3
#33
Need a monitor this thread has so many good offers confused lol
#34
Lambda Tek says it doesn't. Search for the manufacturer number (LS22X3HKFE).

http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B540778&viewSpec=y

If I ripped stuff off and it was stripped of crappy DRM this wouldn't be a problem :(
#35
got the 21.5 one, nearly went with the acer that was posted for around £81 a few days ago, glad i waited. thanks op
#36
The BX2335 appears to be an older model than the BX2331, and only certified for Vista - and the frame looks thicker too.

BX2331 looks like the BX2231 and also has two HDMI, both certified for Windoes 7.
#37
Somebody make my mind up for me
#38
punkindrublic
got the 21.5 one, nearly went with the acer that was posted for around £81 a few days ago, glad i waited. thanks op


I loved Operation ivy back in the day!
#39
Great price. The 23" model is under £100 on eBuyer as well. Also an excellent price
#40
All monitors are LCD, LED refers to the backlight, LED is more efficient and smaller than the old bulbs therfore the monitor is thinner.

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