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ViewSonic VA1616W 16" TFT Monitor £89.00

£89.00 @ Tesco Direct
Accessories Included CD ROM, mains cable, analogue cable Box Contents CD ROM, mains cable, analogue cable and unit base Brand ViewSonic Brightness in Cd / m2 250 cd/m2 (Typ.) Built in Speakers… Read More
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Accessories Included CD ROM, mains cable, analogue cable
Box Contents CD ROM, mains cable, analogue cable and unit base
Brand ViewSonic
Brightness in Cd / m2 250 cd/m2 (Typ.)
Built in Speakers No
Built in TV Tuner No
Colour Supported 16.7 million
Contrast Ratio 500:1 static (Typ.)
Dot Pitch 0.252mm(H) X 0.252mm(V)
Features of Product Full 15.6 inch viewable widescreen displays a full, flat 15.6 inch viewable area with crisp detail and fully saturated colour. 1366x768 Native resolution incredible image detail for sharp text and graphics. OSD/power lock secures your settings prevents changes to monitor settings and maintains an optimized image. OnView® controls for superior screen adjustability screen adjustments are precisely made via an easy to use on screen menu. User friendly wizard software automates the setup process to deliver optimized screen performance. Windows® vista approved and PC and mac compatible
Inputs 15 pin mini D-sub X 1
Max Resolution 1366 X 768
Product Depth 16.5 cm
Product Height 32.8 cm
Product Width 37.6 cm
Response Rate in MS 8
Screen Features 15.6" visible
Screen Size in CMs 16"
Wall Mountable Yes
Widescreen Yes
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#1
Wow not even on a minute and its cold?
#2
I don't understand either as they don't even leave feedback! I think it's HOT!

Thank you
#3
Yeah, that's the thing... I have observed lately people just vote it cold and dont say nothing. May be there has been lot of posts about LCDs lately... and people don't bother to vote anymore... then again it's site where ppl post deals, duh..

Althought last week PC World was doing 19" (Acer, AOC, Viewsonic) for £79.99? So may be that's why people are voting cold.

I think it's worth spending 10 quid more, unless of course you really want a small LCD for some reason, and get this 19" or may be less after £5 code.
banned#4
People are voting cold because £89 for a 16" monitor is pretty pants
#5
Again, no price or retailer in the thread title (which is all us "text only viewers" can see) :?
#6
SHOWMAN36
People are voting cold because £89 for a 16" monitor is pretty pants


I was going to say, this is fairly expensive for a 16" monitor, especially since it's only 1366 x 768. But there may be a certain reason why you would want this over another (possibly good for a DIY projector etc - who knows) and since it's the cheapest I can see, it gets hot from me.
#7
Can get 19" monitors for that price so suspect people are voting cold on a comparison.
#8
Failings:

1. Low contrast ratio - 500:1 is poor
2. Small screen size
3. No DVI input
4. 1366x768 resolution means this is a 16:9 monitor - good for movies, but you don't get much desktop space - my 12" iBook has the same vertical resolution and it's three years old. Point is that it's not good for desktop use as a standalone monitor.
5. No Freeview - if this had Freeview built in, it would actually be a good deal. Also if it had 800:1 or higher contrast ratio

However for a small cheap LCD it might be okay for the garage PC, or for your gran.
#9
Voted Cold... as this is a bad deal.

Can get 19" for that price, pay a bit more and could prob get a 22" (vga).
#10
should be 19" at this price...
hope nobody bought this
#11
JeeBeePSB
Failings:

1. Low contrast ratio - 500:1 is poor
2. Small screen size
3. No DVI input
4. 1366x768 resolution means this is a 16:9 monitor - good for movies, but you don't get much desktop space - my 12" iBook has the same vertical resolution and it's three years old. Point is that it's not good for desktop use as a standalone monitor.
5. No Freeview - if this had Freeview built in, it would actually be a good deal. Also if it had 800:1 or higher contrast ratio

However for a small cheap LCD it might be okay for the garage PC, or for your gran.


It's not a TV...
#12
Spence1115
It's not a TV...


My point was that if it was, it would be a reasonable deal. But it's not.
#13
SHOWMAN36
People are voting cold because £89 for a 16" monitor is pretty pants

Exactly and why waste time pointing out the bleedin obvious.
#14
JeeBeePSB
Failings:

1. Low contrast ratio - 500:1 is poor
2. Small screen size
3. No DVI input
4. 1366x768 resolution means this is a 16:9 monitor - good for movies, but you don't get much desktop space - my 12" iBook has the same vertical resolution and it's three years old. Point is that it's not good for desktop use as a standalone monitor.
5. No Freeview - if this had Freeview built in, it would actually be a good deal. Also if it had 800:1 or higher contrast ratio

However for a small cheap LCD it might be okay for the garage PC, or for your gran.

You'd have to buy a magnifying glass or binoculars to go with it though, which would put the cost up! :whistling:

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