Samsung T220 22" Widescreen LCD TFT Monitor 2ms, Rose Black 20000:1 DVI £159 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Clear contrast ratio: 20000:1
* Fast response time: 2ms
* Low power consumption
* Premium DVI with HDCP
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Been looking for this monitor for a while, and is the cheapest I have seen.
Free delivery too...
Two of these for a dual screen setup would be great :)

Plenty of good review for it too!
go for the T220[COLOR="Red"]HD[/COLOR]
go for the T220[COLOR="Red"]HD[/COLOR]

Yeah good price £196 If you want one that does TV + extra inputs, however the speakers are poor.
Yeah good price £196 If you want one that does TV + extra inputs, however the speakers are poor.

Have to disagree with you on that one. My son has this in his bedroom and it sounds fine. At the end of the day it's a £196 TV. It not gonna have a B&W set of speakers in it.
ive the 26" one of this model and it has no speakers?!
I can't decide now whether to go for the T220HD or the standard
Don't really need an extra TV, but may be good if I one of the other TVs breaks down
Seems to increase the response time from 2ms to 5ms from T220 to T220HD, but then you get two HDMI inputs
go for the T220[COLOR="Red"]HD[/COLOR]

I would still go for this one. If I want any television programs these days its over the internet. If I want to watch a live showing on Freeview I will go to the comfort of my sofa and TV.

For PC use I would rather the 2ms over 5ms faster display for gaming for £30 less.

Also down to £147.00 now on Amazon.

Or if you can spring to £200 a Dell UltraSharp 2209WA would be even better being an IPS panel over the cheaper TN. (better viewing angles, colours, ghosting, bleeding etc)

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