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Samsung T200HD 20" LCD Monitor with built in TV/Freeview - £184.99 @ ebuyer

£184.99 @ Ebuyer
Artistry isnt something that can be measured. At Samsung, we believe that artistry is the result of a delicate balance between high-end design and cutting-edge technology. Were inspired by the world a… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Artistry isnt something that can be measured. At Samsung, we believe that artistry is the result of a delicate balance between high-end design and cutting-edge technology. Were inspired by the world around us and want to create products that are both functional and exude beauty. Introducing the T200HD from Samsung. Beautiful, inside and out.

Features

invisible Speakers
embedded DTV tuner
enhanced connectivity
low power consumption
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#1
V Nice
#2
nice indeed, why does it show as 22" in pic?
#3
Read, self educate, travel or take a hike if watching too much TV:
http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_2854938.html
#4
I've got the 22" version of this, great TV and monitor :)
#5
tickedon
I've got the 22" version of this, great TV and monitor http://www.thebudgethost.com/images/b2ab001909a8a6f04b51920306046ce5.gif


Ah, thanks for the feed back. Been looking for a new monitor, but wanted a 22"+. Guess this may have to do since it's a good deal.
#6
note not wall mountable just in case it matters, i looked at tons of 22" good spec tv/monitors and most of them which were any good cannot be wall mounted.

but its a great deal voted hot
#7
i really want the 22 version, cheapest ive seen is 210 on amazon, anyone know any cheaper?
#8
cafc4eva
i really want the 22 version, cheapest ive seen is 210 on amazon, anyone know any cheaper?


Thats cheapest i can find, was 250 last week till ebuyer and amazon lowered there price to 210. I want the 24 but cheapest for them is 350 i dont think its worth 140 quid for a extra 2"
#9
katya1971
note not wall mountable just in case it matters, i looked at tons of 22" good spec tv/monitors and most of them which were any good cannot be wall mounted.

but its a great deal voted hot


So what freeview 22" or 19" wall mountable did you go for
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#11
Nice!! Was looking at these in Costco the other week. I think it was around the £230 mark. So good price.
Apart from a better name, how does this compare to the UMC 22" from Tesco, posted yesterday?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/323209/umc-21-6-full-1080p-hd-lcd-tv-with-/
#12
I got this for my girlfriend for xmas :) its a great little tv, look gorgeous.

I think i paid around 180 for mine from play.com with the 5% voucher and quidco. great price though
#13
cafc4eva
i really want the 22 version, cheapest ive seen is 210 on amazon, anyone know any cheaper?



Cheapest and poss best place is amazon for 22" i would say that is a WAY BETTER deal than the 20" deal you placed up!!!

£209 free delivery!! hmm trusted review has also reviewed it too!! :whistling: Check it out
#14
I had the t200 (monitor version) and I was really disappointed with it.

It is a nice looking monitor, there was no problem with deap pixels but I would not recommend this monitor to anyone. There was a lot of picture bleed along the left and right sides of the screen.

The biggest problem was with the stand! The monitor actually wobbles in the base from left to right at the slightest touch or movement. At first I thought I had just a faulty stand but when I returned it to PC World and when I looked at the other Samsung T-range monitors on display they all had the same problem. It is a major design fault if a monitor wobbles when you type!!!! Avoid
#15
i am getting the 22" one of this delivered from ebuyer today. paid 209 for it i think, free delivery if you are willing to wait upto 3-5 days or 9.99 for next day delivery. ordered it on sunday, but cant see it anymore on their site
#16
sparksdeluxe
I had the t200 (monitor version) and I was really disappointed with it.

It is a nice looking monitor, there was no problem with deap pixels but I would not recommend this monitor to anyone. There was a lot of picture bleed along the left and right sides of the screen.

The biggest problem was with the stand! The monitor actually wobbles in the base from left to right at the slightest touch or movement. At first I thought I had just a faulty stand but when I returned it to PC World and when I looked at the other Samsung T-range monitors on display they all had the same problem. It is a major design fault if a monitor wobbles when you type!!!! Avoid


To be fair, if your desk was rock solid then the monitor would not wobble when you type - I'm sure you will find this affects many different models of a similar size and weight! I have seen varying results depending on the desk it is sitting on.
#17
ministrymason


Great find, was looking for a UK seller of these, without any luck! Defo gonna get the T220HD from Amazon now @ £210 - BARGAIN!!!

The wifey will be happy!
#18
I have the T240HD and I can confirm the monitor wobbles where it attaches to the stand. Some blutac or something should act as decent enough dampening I guess if applied to where the stand and monitor contacts.

Also, wierdly, when I power off the monitor using the (annoying) touch sensitive power button, about half hour later, the monitor powers up again and switches off properly. As if my initial power off sent it into stand by mode. When the monitor wakes up I get a blast of tv volume for a few seconds before it powers down again. I can't see any setting to stop this from happening.
#19
Andboy
To be fair, if your desk was rock solid then the monitor would not wobble when you type - I'm sure you will find this affects many different models of a similar size and weight! I have seen varying results depending on the desk it is sitting on.


My desk is actually solid, and I do not have this problem with my larger 22" Dell. I was amazed how much the monitor wobbled from left to right in the stand when compared to other similar sized and larger monitors. If you want it as a tv then I think it will be fine, I just.

The T200 as a monitor does not have glowing reviews from trusted reviews. I wish I had read the review before I purchased it.
#20
I have had one of these since it came out and think it's a superb monitor.
#21
Anyone know what the sound quality is like?

I bought a 22" LG from Richer sounds, and the sound quality was so bad, I sent it back.

Lesson learned here, was listen to the TV as well as looking at it, before buying
#22
Bobbins
Anyone know what the sound quality is like?

I bought a 22" LG from Richer sounds, and the sound quality was so bad, I sent it back.

Lesson learned here, was listen to the TV as well as looking at it, before buying


The samsung monitor has known to be very bad with the sound its very light shall i say! no bass! i have a the 32" 1080p tv **** for sound!!
#24
alfie786
The samsung monitor has known to be very bad with the sound its very light shall i say! no bass! i have a the 32" 1080p tv **** for sound!!


I use the 22" version of this TV every night, and while its not the same as a separate set of speakers, the sound is fine and can't say it's ever bothered me.
#25
just got mines out the box and set up in my kids room ten mins ago. has to be said that its a nice peace of kit. lots of connection. but i have to agree about the woobly thing(but only when touched), got it set up for the 360 and looks quality as well. anyone with questions about it feel free to ask. comes with lots of extra conection wires as well
#26
nice telly. was looking for one of these at a good price for the kids.
#28
Hi,
I'm new to this after reccomendations from friends.
Regarding this item, I did a search for a review and found one at 'Testfreaks' On there they have this same item shown for sale at PC World for £146 inc VAT, I followed that link and it's true £146

http://www.testfreaks.co.uk/monitors/samsung-syncmaster-t200hd/
#29
Hi,

that link goes to the t200 not the t200hd which is on PCWorld but for £209.99

CS
#30
This can be bought for £180.37 from dixons, use code sale25 for another 2.5% plus free delivery.

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/153730/?int=deal-2-Samsung%20T200HD

Altho i must admit only ebuyer offer 3 years warranty on this.
#31
captainscarlet
Hi,

that link goes to the t200 not the t200hd which is on PCWorld but for £209.99

CS

Yup, you're right CS, thanks for letting me know, was going to go look at one and you've saved me a journey.
Bit of a misleading link between Testfreaks and PC World though
#32
really, really good price, im tempted now...
#33
Tempted as I need a tv in my room to use the ps3 with, but I've been playing on a 37" and I don't know if I could step down after playing it on such a big screen. Anyone here use a games console on this size of tv, and if so is it that much worse than say a 37"? I might just get a normal monitor and buy play tv for my ps3, is the tv tuner the thing that makes this more expensive than a normal 22" monitor?
#34
ebuyer and amazon sold out of the 22" model with freeview T220HD at £210

anyone know where it can be found?

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