Samsung Syncmaster SM2220WM 22"TFT Monitor 1680x1050 - £158.62 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Looks a bit cheaper than the other monitor posted a few days back.
Free delivery if you pick the Within 5 Working days option


The Samsung SyncMaster 2220WM is a 22-inch widescreen TFT-LCD monitor with built-in speaker delivering a fast response time of 5ms, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 1680 x 1050 maximum resolution, and horizontal/vertical viewing angle of 170°/160°. The SyncMaster 2220WM is certified for Windows Vista Premium and has MagicBright2.

Display


Screen size 22
Brightness 300cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Resolution 1680 x 1050
Response Time 5ms (Typ)
Viewing Angle(Horizontal/Vertical) 170/160
Color Supported 16.7 M
Signal Input


Video Signal Analog RGB,DVI
Sync. Signal Separate H/V, composite, SOG
Connector D-Sub & DVI-D
Power


Power consumption 46W
Stand by Power(DPMS) <=1W
Type Built-in
Features


Plug & Play DDC 2B
USB powered hub option No
Mac compatibility Yes
Multimedia Speakers 2W * 2
Wall-Mount VESA 100mm
TCO No
Cabinet Color Highly Glossy Black
Optional Accessories DVI cable, Audio Cable
Special Features HDCP Support/Magic Bright2/Audio in-out
Dimensions (WxHxD) (in mm)


Product Dimension(With Stand) 517.26 x 86.75 x 416.50
Product Dimension(Without Stand) 517.26 x 61.56 x 362.48
Shipment Dimension 605 x 148 x 506
Weight (in kg)


Product Weight 5.1+/-0.3
Shipment Weight 6.3+/-0.3
Stand


Type Simple
Function Tilt(-5 ~ +20), No Swivel
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#1
OK, I'll got first - is this any good?
#2
Supposed to be the best bang for buck monitor, i just came on post the same deal.
#3
I'm after a 22" TFT at the moment, this looks really good for the price but has anyone got one of these if so what are they like.
#4
got one last month for £163 and its well worth it, need to play about with the colours a little at first but very impressed
#5
what do people reckon - this or the OCUK value 24" NEC?? Cant find any reviews

Im tempted by this as its cheaper although 2" smaller - and I have a Samsung LCD tv which Im very happy with so confident in Samsung (althought they suffer some backlight bleed)
#6
Is it a TN panel?
#7
Wass
I'm after a 22" TFT at the moment, this looks really good for the price but has anyone got one of these if so what are they like.


I've got one - fantastic,
use it with 1680 all the time now - just get used to it & all other monitors seem dull.

I got a freeview card at the time also - makes a brill telly, can go really bright if you want it.
#9
johncas
Is it a TN panel?


Sadly all 22" panels are TN at the moment. I've been looking into them and even the Dell Ultrasharp are.

I've been wanting to buy a monitor for a while now and think I will be getting this one. Samsung are a good make and their monitors are reported to last longer. Good price for DVI too.

Good find :thumbsup:
#10
I was also in the market for a new monitor, looking around at flat screens, but then bought a brand new 21" CRT for £40 :thumbsup:
#11
I had two Samsung 226BW made from the 'poorer' quality C and A panels in the past, but tbh they were very good quality LCDs.

The 'S' panel must be amazing but I've yet to get my hands on one.

I'm in the market for a 22" atm but I'm beginning to think about going for a 20" also at 1680 x 1050 or going the whole hog with a 24" at 1920 x 1200.

The other thing is I'm from the age of the Spectrum, Amiga, generation so I still seem to find screens 20"+ very large when sat in front of me.

This is a hot price.

Tempted, but am going to have a look at the HP 2207 first. I understand John Lewis is selling at some stores for a price matched £199.
#12
the HP has a glossy screen terrible for light reflecting off it, looks nice tho
#13
will report back tomorrow.
#14
The H suffers with ghosting and smearing according to the review http://www.trustedreviews.com/displays/review/2007/08/08/HP-w2207-22in-LCD-Monitor/p4
banned#15
peodude
I was also in the market for a new monitor, looking around at flat screens, but then bought a brand new 21" CRT for £40 :thumbsup:


Where from? Still available?
#16
peodude
I was also in the market for a new monitor, looking around at flat screens, but then bought a brand new 21" CRT for £40 :thumbsup:


:w00t: Where from? That would tide me over until I can afford a 24". I'd rather spend £40 on a temporary display than £150!
#17
#18
deanos;1679007
the HP has a glossy screen terrible for light reflecting off it, looks nice tho

it has height adjust tho which is useful, but means a bigger footprint on the desk, not only that its digi connectivity is hdmi rather than dvi, which for alot of people may be a problem - pcworld were doig the hp2207 for 199 when i looked for a monitor at xmas.....bought the samsung 226cw for 199 @pcworld instead (the 226cw apparently doesnt have the panel lottery issue that the samsung 226bw has)
#19
Beeblebrox;1679956
:w00t: Where from? That would tide me over until I can afford a 24". I'd rather spend £40 on a temporary display than £150!

eh? strange i couldnt even give away me 7 year old but perfect piccy 19in crt last year....tried free ads, fleabay, freecycle, supermarket, friends /family, etc.....so it went to the tip
#20
Beeblebrox
Sadly all 22" panels are TN at the moment. I've been looking into them and even the Dell Ultrasharp are.

I've been wanting to buy a monitor for a while now and think I will be getting this one. Samsung are a good make and their monitors are reported to last longer. Good price for DVI too.

Good find :thumbsup:


Yep, but good news is that a new Samsung 22" panel is due out any day (forgot the model num) that is PVA and early looks say its superb. 2000 dynamic ratio to boot.
#21
oh no just bought the 22inch hanspree from misco for 150 deliverd grrr
#22
iamstevieb
oh no just bought the 22inch hanspree from misco for 150 deliverd grrr


Dont worry ive got a Hanspree delivered yesterday and its fantastic you wont be disapointed im sure :thumbsup:
#23
The HP look very sturdy and solid compared to the Samsung. Didn't notice any ghosting, but then the screens weren't really showing anything challenging.

Don't know which to go for. Argghhh.

Will hold fire for a bit. Not in a hurry.
#24
Brilliant monitor. Hot!
#25
Hi

I’m looking to buy a new screen, but can’t quite decide which one!

1. The one this thread is about (Samsung Syncmaster SM2220WM 22")
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/135585

2. This one which is only £10 more (Samsung SM223BW 22")
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132860

3. Or this which is only 20 inch (Samsung SM2032BW 20")
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132115


Which one would you recommend?

Thanks
#26
How about this one, is it better?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132860
#27
I have the 206BW 20" version - if this is as good (and I suspect it is a better, newer model), then you will not be disaapointed. Mine is the best moinitor I've ever had, and I've had a few (regrets too!).
#28
now £199.74 , mines coming tomorrow :thumbsup:
#29
I went for this in the end:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134272

A bit more money but I have prefer the bezel and the specs. The speakers on the OP didn't really get me excited and when I downloaded the manual off the samsung sight the looks didn't get me going either.
#30
Ive got mine set up and it does look very nice indeed, the pic in the manual dosent look anything like it to be honest, very impressed :thumbsup:

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