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wanted tft monitor anysize

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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months agoFeedback:31 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
as above really let me know what you got and how much
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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months agoFeedback:31 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
This is the one I have for sale..

BENQ 19" Flat Panel TFT Monitor - FP937s ...looking for about £60 delivered. :)

Model ID 99.L0G72.RSE / BenQ FP937s 12ms - LCD display - TFT - 19" - 1280 x 1024 - 250 cd/m2 - 500:1 - 12 ms - 0.294 mm - DVI-D, VGA.

Good, reliable performances, sharp images, large viewing area, power built-in design to save desktop space, are essentials to 19" LCD monitor users. The FP937s perfectly meets the needs of users who consider essentials are what matter most. In this case "Essential" equals performance and quality. FP937s is absolutely the best choice 19" LCD monitors for commercial display markets such as offices, government, hospital, and general function oriented users.
#2
I also have a BENQ 19" TFT Monitor - Model No. Q9T4 that I can do for £50 + P&P :)
banned#3
i have a samsung syncmaster 930 bf 19" you can have it for £45 delivered

Display Type
19.0” TFT/TN LCD Screen

Viewable Size
19”

Net Dimensions
16.6”(W) x 16.8”(H) x 7.9”(D)

Display Colors
16.2 Million

Contrast Ratio
700:01:00

Pixel Pitch
0.294mm

Max Resolution
1280 x 1024

Response Time
4ms

Frequencies
30-81KHz, Auto-Synchronous

Input Terminals
15-Pin D-SUB and DVI-D

Power Consumption
38 Watts

Weight
11.2 Lbs
banned#4
smasha or sparky would you like to try and compete with bob for my hard earned cash?

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#5
£45 inc P&P is a very good offer and to be honest if I tried to offer something simular, once I take postage off, I would be left with less than £30 so I am out :)
banned#6
sparkygeezer
£45 inc P&P is a very good offer and to be honest if I tried to offer something simular, once I take postage off, I would be left with less than £30 so I am out :)


i'm out also i wont deal with someone like you who trys to use my offer as leverage against others very poor and noted for the future
#7
yvonne1174
smasha or sparky would you like to try and compete with bob for my hard earned cash?

MOD EDIT andywedge

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After some revision and the other 2 dropping out I could do it for £50 inc. delivery. :thumbsup:

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