VIEWSONIC VA2213W 22" HD (1920 x 1080) Monitor - £88.50 delivered at Pixmania - HotUKDeals
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Great price for a 22" HD PC monitor if like me you don't need built in speakers or hdmi/dvi connections.
So the regular anal techno geeks need not waste their/our time complaining that their PS3/Xbox won't connect.



ViewSonic's 22" VA2213w 16:9 widescreen features aspect ratio adjustment that ensures a full, undistorted screen image. High brightness and fast video response deliver brilliant, blur-free images, while the ultra-high 16,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio produces greater detail and definition especially in darker images. Eco-mode saves up to 40% in energy use and prolongs lamp life. The VA2213w is the right choice for home/small office users, students, gamers and corporate professionals.

3% Quidco available

Highlights of the Viewsonic 22" VA2213W monitor

Screen: 22" Full HD (1920 x 1080)

Brightness: 300 cd/m2

Contrast Ratio: 16000:1 (DCR)

Response time: 5ms

Connectivity: VGA (HD-15)

2 year warranty
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#1
This should get toasty, bargain!
#2
Very good deal, considering what ebuyer are offering at 84.99:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188600
#3
Excellent deal, i have a 19" Viewsonic as my work monitor. Very nice crisp display. Bright and stylish.
#4
runci101
Very good deal, considering ebuyer are offering this at 84.99:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/188600


Yes, this one is £112 at Ebuyer and Amazon:thumbsup:
#5
Awesome, thanks for sharing!
#6
Brilliant price, but I wouldn't buy an analogue flatscreen myself. Still voted hot though, cos it is a cracking deal!
#7
Good price for resolution/size. I went for this one on Tuesday:
http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=398821&CatId=3056

£118 delivered. It was only released in Dec and has DVI - picture seems very good for the price (no speakers or HDMI).
Power consumption is max 28w, compared with the 42w typical claimed on this one.
#8
So the regular **** techno geeks need not waste their/our time complaining that their PS3/Xbox won't connect.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Xbox-360-Live-VGA-Cable/dp/B000AYYADE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=videogames&qid=1265372729&sr=8-1

Sorted :thumbsup:

Absolutely cracking deal. Heat added :)
#9
Don't pay that for that cable. £6 incl P&P on the webs favourite market place.
#10
I am so tempted by that. I've been after a monitor for a while.
And I have a 30 to VGA cable, so I could connect Xbox to that.
#11
Very good deal
[mod]#12
Nice price, thanks for posting :thumbsup:
#13
tek-monkey
Brilliant price, but I wouldn't buy an analogue flatscreen myself. Still voted hot though, cos it is a cracking deal!


Me neither, while HDCP might be a despicable anti-feature that causes no end of problems to many users - you have to acknowledge it's an important capability that at some point in the future you'll regret being without.
#14
Eeek Pixmania, And for that reason I'm out.
It'll probebly come with a french power lead and french manual.
#15
Fantastic deal. It wasn't so long ago this kind of money would have you scraping the bottom of the barrel for unheard of brand 17" and 19" 4:3 monitors.
#16
tek-monkey;7758498
Brilliant price, but I wouldn't buy an analogue flatscreen myself. Still voted hot though, cos it is a cracking deal!


Me neither, though screens which are built and therefore optimised for VGA only tend to perform better with an analogue signal than a monitor equipped with a DVI input that you then feed an analogue signal to.

But this is aimed at the budget end of the market where a lot of graphics cards will still only be VGA out and they are just replacing a bulky/dead CRT.
#17
I heard you like mudkips.
#18
Whats the difference between this and the Viewsonic VX2260WM? How much of an improvement is there?
#19
Would it still be HD Quality if I connect my Xbox 360 to VGA?
#20
robot1000;7758984
Would it still be HD Quality if I connect my Xbox 360 to VGA?


Yeah, VGA can handle 720/1080p it would just be HD analogue. The difference with digital is extremely minor.
#21
Excellent monitor , voted hot , ive always bought Viewsonic products from the v37 pda upwards , screen image is always brilliant and for the price cant go wrong.
#23
Shame it doesn't have DVI/HDMI otherwise I could use it with my HDMI freeview box and have a pretty cheap TV. Voted hot still as the price is gooood!
#24
weiran;7759488
Shame it doesn't have DVI/HDMI


Well, not really, because if it did it would be a lot more expensive and there are a lot of options with DVI and HDMI when you move up the price scale :)
#25
TehJumpingJawa
Me neither, while HDCP might be a despicable anti-feature that causes no end of problems to many users - you have to acknowledge it's an important capability that at some point in the future you'll regret being without.


Nope, I want a monitor for my PC, I have a tv with HDMI for watching blu ray etc....
#26
Can I play my PS3 on it?
#27
Great deal - going to give this a try....can hook it up to the laptop as well so the kids can watch films.

Thank OP
#28

The OP's price includes the delivery charge

Edit

Just got it for £81.50 by referring myself :thumbsup:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/534048/its-back-free-7-voucher-for-both-yo
#29
robot1000
The OP's price includes the delivery charge

Edit

Just got it for £81.50 by referring myself :thumbsup:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/534048/its-back-free-7-voucher-for-both-yo


i tried that but i have never ordered from them before so i couldn't
#30
robot1000
The OP's price includes the delivery charge

Edit

Just got it for £81.50 by referring myself :thumbsup:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/534048/its-back-free-7-voucher-for-both-yo

:w00t:
#31
Ordered!!!!
#32
Amazed that there is no DVI on this one :( good Monitor though.
1 Like #33
Some confusion here regarding signal quality using an analogue feed. One person even mentions that an analogue signal would be better than a digital signal.

Firstly, all TFT screens are DIGITAL screens.
Secondly, an analogue signal requires conversion using RAMDAC in the graphics card. The graphics card stores the image as a digital bitmap and consequently, it needs to be converted to analogue for VGA out. The conversion inevitably results in a slight degradation in the signal quality.
Thirdly, TFT screens display a digital bitmap. How does it accept an analogue signal via VGA in? It doesn't - further circuitry is used to reconvert the analogue signal back to a digital bitmap, resulting in further degradation in signal quality. This is why a direct digital to digital connection using any combination of DVI and HDMI and DisplayPort I/O gives the best quality as no D/A and A/D conversion takes place.
Fourthly, HDCP isn't important for everyone. It depends on one's usage and currently, blu ray films require HDCP decoding therefore with regards to the comment that one may regret eschewing a HDCP capable display, that is not really an objective comment.
#34
ElliottC;7761191
Some confusion here regarding signal quality using an analogue feed.


Where?

ElliottC;7761191
One person even mentions that an analogue signal would be better than a digital signal.


Again, who and when?
#35
PoisonJam
Where?



Again, who and when?


See Post 17. How is an LCD monitor optimised for VGA usage? Why is that better than a monitor with DVI-I (i.e. a DVI socket with 4 pin VGA input)? I didn't want to draw attention but you did ask.

I will save you the trouble of answering, if I may. A monitor cannot be optimised for VGA input. A DVI-I input socket that accepts a VGA signal via the extra 4 pins will take a standard RGB and synchronisation signal and RE-CONVERT it back to digital. This is post digtial to analogue conversion by the graphics card RAMDAC. It suffers exactly the same limitations as a monitor that accepts a D-Sub 15 pin VGA input because they are exactly the same - it's just that one uses a modified DVI connector to accept the VGA signals and the other uses a standard 15 pin D-Sub socket for the SAME signals.

Hope this answers your questions.
#36
I spent £320 on a top of the range 19" View Sonic about 5-6 years ago.
Snap it up peoples. :-D
#37
ElliottC
See Post 17. How is an LCD monitor optimised for VGA usage? Why is that better than a monitor with DVI-I (i.e. a DVI socket with 4 pin VGA input)? I didn't want to draw attention but you did ask.

You misread his post, he was saying that a monitor with only VGA is likely to have a better analogue to digital converter than one equipped with both VGA and DVI (or DVI-I - although that's fairly rare).

Strictly speaking a DVI connection is only guaranteed to be more accurate than a VGA connection, it's conceivable that the inaccuracies in VGA conversion could make certain outputs look better. The usual effect is text that isn't as sharp though, so DVI is preferred.
#38
EndlessWaves
You misread his post, he was saying that a monitor with only VGA is likely to have a better analogue to digital converter than one equipped with both VGA and DVI (or DVI-I - although that's fairly rare).

Strictly speaking a DVI connection is only guaranteed to be more accurate than a VGA connection, it's conceivable that the inaccuracies in VGA conversion could make certain outputs look better. The usual effect is text that isn't as sharp though, so DVI is preferred.


I have not misread. An A/D converter is the same no matter if it is via analogue input via DVI-I or a D-Sub. His (PoisonJam's) post quotes " optimised for VGA only tend to perform better with an analogue signal than a monitor equipped with a DVI input that you then feed an analogue signal to". Does that imply VGA analogue input is better with an analogue signal via D Sub than via DVI-I? The way it was loquaciously quoted suggests it is. Maybe he did not mean what he quoted.

What I did get wrong was accuse someone of saying a digital signal is inferior to a VGA analogue signal and I did misread the post in question so apologies for that but once again I won't draw attention - in this instance it wasn't post 17 by the way.

Inaccuracies in VGA does not improve picture quality - how can that be so? A pixel is a pixel no matter if you use analogue or digital - this is vital because if someone is editing pixels using Photoshop it would be very annoying that a certain pixel is missing when using analogue VGA but it miraculously appears using a digital feed. However, some tweaks from LCD TVs will result in pixels appearing or disappearing such as using smoothing effects or sharpening effects - these also appear on some computer monitors - uggh! The difference is between the RGB detail of analogue compared to the equivalent sub components of DVI (without the use of picture enhancement rubbish) is due to the conversion which results in attenuation and remember the conversion takes place twice. This is not the same as analogue TV appearing to be of better quality on a CRT than on an LCD screen. That requires another explanation.
#39
Yawn:lazy:

Perhaps you guys can take your really interesting:roll: discussion into a quite corner somewhere?:whistling:
#40
I am tempted. What connections does it actually have? I only want to use it for my PC but obviously HD quality.

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