Widescreen Monitor 14.1" with 3 year warranty for £59.99 - HotUKDeals
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This is on the small side but the customer reviews are very good and it comes with a 3 year warranty.

Ideal for a second PC or maybe on a 'puter for the kids?

I have bought one to use on my "MP3 jukebox".


It's gone out of stock-that was quick!
- AndyToys

It's available for pre-order. New stock due imminently according to customer services.
- AndyToys
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why so chilly, I mean I don't know if it is a great deal or not, but it would be nice to know why people vote cold.
Have voted. Sound cheap to me
Voted HOT
Panel Size :14.1"TFT (Active Matrix)
Resolution :1280 x 800(WXGA)
Pixel Pitch :0.237 x 0.237 mm
Display Colors :262K
Brightness (cd/m2) :200cd/m2
Contrast Ratio :500:1
Scan Frequency :H:30-62KHz V:56-60Hz
Response time : 16ms
Viewing Angle, H/V :90 degree(H) / 55 degree(V)
OSD language :English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Simplified / Traditional Chinese
Input Signal :VGA ( D-sub 15pin)
Internal Speaker :Built-in stereo speakers
Power Supply :AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption :MAX 24W,Standby 2W
Net Weight : 2.2Kg
Monitor Dimension (W*H*D mm) :379.4 x 338.9 x 172.8mm
Carton Dimension (W*H*D mm) :439 x 388 x 129mm
Regulation Safety&EMI:FCC, CE, UL/CUL, RoHS
voted hot:thumbsup:
I guess people voted cold because 14.1" is considered very very small now.

I got a 17" Samsung monitor for £55 - perfect coniditon so it's not exactly very cheap either.
14.1" is a weird resolution - I have one of these sat in a box somewhere, it won't get the peak resolution on all Gfx cards

I'm sure I saw ones with built in speakers for around £40 - £50 inc on eBay brand new
14.1" is a weird resolution
It’s not a resolution it’s a panel size. The resolution is 1280x800 which is the most popular with laptops these days.

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