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Yuraku 22" Widecreen TFT LCD Monitor £124.98 + delivery

£124.98 @ CCLOnline
* Screen Size: 21.6" (54.9cm) TFT LCD Display * Aspect Ratio: 16 : 9 * Resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels WSXGA * Response Time: 5ms * Brightness: 300cd/m² * Contrast Ratio: …
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
* Screen Size: 21.6" (54.9cm) TFT LCD Display
* Aspect Ratio: 16 : 9
* Resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels WSXGA
* Response Time: 5ms
* Brightness: 300cd/m²
* Contrast Ratio: 1000 : 1
* Viewing Angle: H : 170° , V : 170°
* Color Display: 16.7M colours
* Audio Stereo: Stereo
* Built In Speaker: 2 Watts x 2
* PC Audio In: Stereo Phone jack
* D Sub Jack: D-sub 15-pins
* Normal OSD: Yes
* Kensington Lock: Yes
* VESA Mounting: 100 x 100 mm
* Voltage Range: 100 - 240V, 50 / 60 Hz
* Monitor Type: 22.0
* Max Resolution: 1680 x 1050 pixels WSXGA
* Pixel Pitch: 0.27675mm(H) x 0.27675mm(V)
* RGB Analog: VGA (D-Sub)
* DVI: No
* Audio: Stereo Phone Jack
* Power: AC Socket 100V~240V, 50/60Hz
* Consumption: < 55W
* Internal Speaker: 2 Watts x 2
* DDC: DDC2B Compliant
* Power Management: VESA DPMS
* Regulation: UL+c-UL, CE, FCC, WEEE, TCO'99
* OSD Control: Yes
* Front Panel: 5 Keys (OSD ON/OFF, Scroll down, Scroll up, Confirm select, Power)
* Connector: VGA (D-sub), and Audio IN
* Accessories: VGA cable, and Audio IN
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#1
There's a mistake in the spec.

If the resolution is 1680 x 1050, then this means the aspect ratio must be 16:10, not 16:9
#2
Are most monitors not 16x10? I got the impression they were slightly different ARs from TVs for some reason.
#3
erm, 16:9 is widescreen, this is that ratio.
#4
heat added
#5
All PC "widescreen" monitors are 16:10 (both in pixel ratio and physical screen size), but widescreen TVs are 16:9.
#6
No DVI tho
#7
Has this one got a VA panel screen?
#8
Whats Yuraku like? Never heard of them.
#9
Not really very well up on these things. Will I be able to play my xbox 360 through this using my standard HD cable? Or do I need a converter or something?
banned#10
I'm keen to how these perform next to the 24" from a previous post. We purchased the 24" and have been impressed for the price.
#11
Hinzy9
Not really very well up on these things. Will I be able to play my xbox 360 through this using my standard HD cable? Or do I need a converter or something?


This will be fine for the xbox 360 but you will need the VGA cable, pretty cheap nowdays :)
#12
Thanks BMR,

So the cable that comes as standard with the 360 premium is not a VGA?

Cheers
#13
Hi,

Any idea if this pivots from landscape to portrait view?

Thanks
#14
Sorry, cold as it's missing .4 of an inch and the price doesn't include delivery, i'd go for this one if anyone is interest in a 22" monitor http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143017
#15
16:10 so when you play your xbox it gets slighty stretched upwards.
#16
HenvY
erm, 16:9 is widescreen, this is that ratio.


And 16:10 isn't widescreen? :roll:

Not that great a deal as it comes to £130.97 with delivery, and for another £3 you can get the Fujitsu Siemens monitor from Insight:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/159975/fujitsu-siemens-22-monitor-134-del-

That monitor has DVI and, in my opinion, is better looking, and surely Fujitsu Siemens is a better brand? Apart from that the specs are about the same.
#17
reddragon105
And 16:10 isn't widescreen? :roll:

Not that great a deal as it comes to £130.97 with delivery, and for another £3 you can get the Fujitsu Siemens monitor from Insight:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/159975/fujitsu-siemens-22-monitor-134-del-

That monitor has DVI and, in my opinion, is better looking, and surely Fujitsu Siemens is a better brand? Apart from that the specs are about the same.


You're absolutely right about the brand. I'm an IT engineer and reseller and any Fujitsu Siemens panels are outstanding in my experience (I have twin 19" Relisys monitors with these panels).

I once bought a Yuraku as a customer requested a budget monitor, and I don't mind budget monitors now and again as I'm no snob. It was the worst monitor I've ever seen in terms of dead pixels, and when powered on looked like you were looking from the bridge out of the window on the Starship Enterprise! When I returned it to the supplier, they informed me that they had had loads of these returned and consequently stopped supplying them. That was about 18 months ago and things may have changed for Yuraku, but as it's not an absolute bargain I would save your money and spend it on another brand.
banned#18
The 24" Yuraku is a blinder for £200 and equals a £400 monitor. Not sure if this one has the same technology as the 24" but don't let the badge put you off blindly.
#19
caparn1
Has this one got a VA panel screen?


Seems unlikely, the only 22" I know of that's a VA is the Lenovo L220X and that's got a higher resolution and different sized pixels. I wouldn't expect a cheap monitor like this to be the first ever 1680x1050 22" with a non-TN. I'm just speculating though, I don't have any information one way or the other.

JIM1973ANDREWS
Hi,

Any idea if this pivots from landscape to portrait view?

Thanks


If it is a TN then probably not.

yos2008
Sorry, cold as it's missing .4 of an inch and the price doesn't include delivery, i'd go for this one if anyone is interest in a 22" monitor http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143017


A lot of monitors deviate from the claimed size by <0.5 inches. I have to agree that the V7 one looks like the better deal though.

master_chief
The 24" Yuraku is a blinder for £200 and equals a £400 monitor. Not sure if this one has the same technology as the 24" but don't let the badge put you off blindly.


If you put it next to a £400 monitor I'm sure you'd soon see the difference in quality, build and features. At £200 though it was still a great deal.
#20
yos2008
Sorry, cold as it's missing .4 of an inch and the price doesn't include delivery, i'd go for this one if anyone is interest in a 22" monitor http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143017



I bought one of these from ebuyer last week and it turned up today.
Seems good. There may be better, but perfectly adaquate.
Most important it was cheapest !
Seems ebuyer selling same monitor at around £122 and £180'ish !! Don't understand this !
banned#21
EndlessWaves
Seems unlikely, the only 22" I know of that's a VA is the Lenovo L220X and that's got a higher resolution and different sized pixels. I wouldn't expect a cheap monitor like this to be the first ever 1680x1050 22" with a non-TN. I'm just speculating though, I don't have any information one way or the other.



If it is a TN then probably not.



A lot of monitors deviate from the claimed size by <0.5 inches. I have to agree that the V7 one looks like the better deal though.



If you put it next to a £400 monitor I'm sure you'd soon see the difference in quality, build and features. At £200 though it was still a great deal.


I put it next to an Apple Cinema Display and there was no drop in quality. If you read the thread about the 24" you'lls ee just how good it is, it uses the same panel as the top makes selling for £350-£400.

What features do you expect from a monitor? It has DVI, HDCP, the non-TN panel. The only downside is it's flimsy.

The point is you're making speculative points based on prejudice against a monitor without a flashy badge, see what the other people are saying in the other thread or maybe try one out in the flesh. The 24" Yuraku is the best monitor deal posted on here.
#22
master_chief
I put it next to an Apple Cinema Display and there was no drop in quality. If you read the thread about the 24" you'lls ee just how good it is, it uses the same panel as the top makes selling for £350-£400.

What features do you expect from a monitor? It has DVI, HDCP, the non-TN panel. The only downside is it's flimsy.

The point is you're making speculative points based on prejudice against a monitor without a flashy badge, see what the other people are saying in the other thread or maybe try one out in the flesh. The 24" Yuraku is the best monitor deal posted on here.


The apple 23" cinema display is several year old technology and being apple it's overpriced so it's not really the best display to compare against. I had something like the Dell 2408WFP or the BenQ FP241W in mind.

What features do I expect? A fully adjustable stand (high adjustment, pivot, swivel and tilt) proper processing of all inputs it accepts (no overscanning) are pretty important.

Prejudice against the brand? You mean in comparison to a company like dell with such a wonderful reputation?

I'm just trying to point out that this is in no way equal to a £400-£450 monitor, it's missing the good stand, build quality, selection of ports and scaling capability of the more expensive monitors. It's still a very good deal if you don't need those things, especially with the three year warranty if the build quality doesn't stand up.

I'd love to see on in the flesh side by side with the FP241W and see what the image processing on this is like, but finding somewhere with this, let alone the BenQ, on hand will be impossible around here.
banned#23
EndlessWaves
The apple 23" cinema display is several year old technology and being apple it's overpriced so it's not really the best display to compare against. I had something like the Dell 2408WFP or the BenQ FP241W in mind.

What features do I expect? A fully adjustable stand (high adjustment, pivot, swivel and tilt) proper processing of all inputs it accepts (no overscanning) are pretty important.

Prejudice against the brand? You mean in comparison to a company like dell with such a wonderful reputation?

I'm just trying to point out that this is in no way equal to a £400-£450 monitor, it's missing the good stand, build quality, selection of ports and scaling capability of the more expensive monitors. It's still a very good deal if you don't need those things, especially with the three year warranty if the build quality doesn't stand up.

I'd love to see on in the flesh side by side with the FP241W and see what the image processing on this is like, but finding somewhere with this, let alone the BenQ, on hand will be impossible around here.



I was talking about the 24" version being equal to a £400 ish monitor not the 22" in this deal. Trust me we've had the 24" profesionally calibrated and judged by colour professionals and they rated it very highly, no Dell, Samsung, Acers etc we have in the business came close.


It's not great for PS3 users by all accounts but that's not important to most monitor buyers.
#24
Great Deal! Voted Hot!

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