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23" Dell Professional P2312H Widescreen LED Monitor - 1920x1080 Resolution, 2000000:1 Contrast Ratio, 250cd/m² Brightness, 5ms Response Time, 1x DVI-D, 1x D-Sub, 2x USB 2.0 Ports, 3 Year On-Site Warranty.- Only £119.94 Inc VAT at Aria

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Inspire your team with productivity-boosting performance, all-day comfort and energy-conscious features on this spacious Full-HD 23"(58 cm) monitor with LED.

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Warranty Information:

Manufacturer dell
Warranty Type On-Site or Swap Out
Manufacturer Website www1.euro.dell.com/con…gen
Manufacturer Phone 0870 908 0800
Warranty Period (yrs) 3

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I think this LG monitor is better value at £112.97 - same spec as Dell but it is also IPS screen: amazon.co.uk/LG-…8-1
Edited by: "KingCampo" 7th Dec 2012

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KingCampo

I think this LG monitor is better value at £112.97 - same spec as Dell … I think this LG monitor is better value at £112.97 - same spec as Dell but it is also IPS screen: http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-IPS234V-PN-AEK-inch-Screen-Monitor/dp/B008F7GW2K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1354869735&sr=8-1



Fair shout but I would buy Dell over LG anyday, LG don't make very good products in my opinion.

ROFLMAO - you are aware that Dell actually, like most people, buy in their screen panels - so its likely that Dell use the same panels as LG - in some of their units (not sure on this one). You only have to look at Apple products to know this - almost all of the screens in their products are actually made by Samsung

loupou22

ROFLMAO - you are aware that Dell actually, like most people, buy in … ROFLMAO - you are aware that Dell actually, like most people, buy in their screen panels - so its likely that Dell use the same panels as LG - in some of their units (not sure on this one). You only have to look at Apple products to know this - almost all of the screens in their products are actually made by Samsung



like this person said, just because you dont see a LG logo, does not mean it has no LG parts. There are only a few companies in the world making screens, so why not open up a Macbook, iMac, or other make of machine... you may be surprised!

Dell monitors are nice, so this gets heat from me

But I do have to admit, IPS screens for under £115 is good to
Edited by: "udhuk" 7th Dec 2012

Original Poster

Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off buying, you laugh but LG are definitely the most inferior of the top electronic brands.

MoneyEyes

Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off … Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off buying, you laugh but LG are definitely the most inferior of the top electronic brands.



Could you show some proof?

loupou22

ROFLMAO - you are aware that Dell actually, like most people, buy in … ROFLMAO - you are aware that Dell actually, like most people, buy in their screen panels - so its likely that Dell use the same panels as LG - in some of their units (not sure on this one). You only have to look at Apple products to know this - almost all of the screens in their products are actually made by Samsung



Indeed, Dell do use LG to manufacture many of their screens! LG has a branding problem; it's about perception and that's hard to change. But do some research and you'll discover that many of Dell's higher end monitors are LG technology.

Original Poster

Either way it has 3 years warranty so you've got a monitor for atleast that time.

Have a couple of these, great screens. Voted hot! X)

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MoneyEyes

Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off … Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off buying, you laugh but LG are definitely the most inferior of the top electronic brands.



Guess you won't be buying a Nexus 4 then....

Couldn't be bothered reading the whole title but nice find OP

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udhuk

Could you show some proof?



MoneyEyes you clearly don't have a clue.

LG Display is the world's largest LCD panel maker,[1] ahead of Samsung Electronics in a slender lead. Currently, the two South Korean companies together exceed 50% of the global LCD panel market.[2] LG Display is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

They are one of the main licensed manufacturers of the more color-accurate IPS panels used by Dell, NEC, ASUS, Apple (including iMacs, iPads, iPhones, iPod touches) and others,

Edited by: "ewwaxo" 7th Dec 2012

wish I had the dosh

Great price for most users.
This screen does use a TN panel so it's viewing angles will be restricted and colour accuracy will be lower than that of a monitor that uses an IPS panel.

More detailed specs from Dell's website:
dell.com/dow…pdf

LG are awesome, any product i've had from the has been top class.

Original Poster

Eww - I do have a clue and an opinion and my opinion is I dont like LG products.

KingCampo

I think this LG monitor is better value at £112.97 - same spec as Dell … I think this LG monitor is better value at £112.97 - same spec as Dell but it is also IPS screen: http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-IPS234V-PN-AEK-inch-Screen-Monitor/dp/B008F7GW2K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1354869735&sr=8-1



For the extra money I would say the Dell is well worth it.

The quality of the stand on the Dell is much better, has height adjustment and swivel.

The LG is a little flimsy (I know cause I own one) and has no height or swivel.

Plus the Dell warranty is far better and 1 year longer.

EDIT: Just noticed it has a TN panel, maybe not so good then.

Edited by: "benrp" 7th Dec 2012

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MoneyEyes

Eww - I do have a clue and an opinion and my opinion is I dont like LG … Eww - I do have a clue and an opinion and my opinion is I dont like LG products.



Therefore you won't like this Dell Monitor, as it contains an LG LCD panel.

Always go for IPS panels over TN, I've seen some high end TN panels that come close but are still nowhere near the quality of a proper IPS or PVA panel.

The Dell monitors worth buying being with U (they all have IPS or eIPS panels).

Heat

Nice

For those of us less in the know, please could someone fully explain TN Panel and IPS Screen. I ask because I'm looking to buy a new replacement monitor in the next few months.

What should I be looking for? As I am after a large screen monitor just have no idea what matters now..

ewwaxo

MoneyEyes you clearly don't have a clue.LG Display is the world's … MoneyEyes you clearly don't have a clue.LG Display is the world's largest LCD panel maker,[1] ahead of Samsung Electronics in a slender lead. Currently, the two South Korean companies together exceed 50% of the global LCD panel market.[2] LG Display is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.They are one of the main licensed manufacturers of the more color-accurate IPS panels used by Dell, NEC, ASUS, Apple (including iMacs, iPads, iPhones, iPod touches) and others,



Tis true, the LG panels are top of the line and have been for some time. The flexview screens on the old IBM laptops were LG panels. I have an LG 42ld450 TV with an ips panel and although its a 2010 model I would argue its still the best gaming tv money can buy. Very low input lag, good pixel response so no blurring and it displays chroma 4-4-4.

What lets LG down is the build quality, but the technology behind it is amongst the best.

Heated

I've had this monitor for just over one year - really is first class. Also have an older LG, and that is great too, but this Dell monitor is miles better. I'd have no complaints if this monitor was an LG as the build quality are the same in my view and much better than some other brands I've used.

it does what i want it to do and it swivels - Heat added..

Since this is from Aria, it's worth being a forum member there for an extra discount sometimes.

it's £137.88 including delivery for those who don't spend all day spamming their forums for free delivery. i'd prefer the swivel option myself, but £18 for delivery? no chance when others get it for free

gud deal op

IPS = Base line bits per colour 8
tn = max bits per colour 6

Also ips has 178/178 degrees view angle with little to colour shift when viewed from an angle!

Heat added

5ms? worthless for gaming. Cold on that basis.

MoneyEyes

Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off … Until I know that they actually use a LG screen it wouldn't put me off buying, you laugh but LG are definitely the most inferior of the top electronic brands.


Utter rubbish.

Good deal but I'd not use anything else other than IPS now.

Great price

taras

IPS = Base line bits per colour 8tn = max bits per colour 6Also ips has … IPS = Base line bits per colour 8tn = max bits per colour 6Also ips has 178/178 degrees view angle with little to colour shift when viewed from an angle!



Not all IPS has 8 bit colour though. E-IPS is 6 bit dithered like TN but I believe the dithering works better on IPS than TN (because of the narrow viewing angles some people notice the dithering / colour cycling on TN - on IPS that's a lot less likely). Not sure if Samsings PLS (which is their wide viewing angle equiv) is 8 bit or if it is mixed 6/8 bit. Some high end panels are 10 bit of course but a lot more expensive though.

BTW, LG have been making good displays for a very long time going back into CRT days. I tihnk in the end FlatTron was better than DiamondTron or TriniTron for instance. And even before that:

http://files.soniccdn.com/images/products/640/795/steinberg-cubase-audio-atari-st-1991-18795.jpg

The legendary Atari SM124 was LG (well I know mine was) back in the 1980s.

Don't see anything hot about this at all.

TheManners

5ms? worthless for gaming. Cold on that basis.



Tbh i would not ever buy a TN screen. I have one at work and it is terrible (one of the newest models 22"). Does not matter is that for gaming or other stuff TN is just terrible - the viewing angles, colors etc are far form good.

parsimony

Don't see anything hot about this at all.



Me to, I'd rather go with the LG mentioned by KingCampo.

Thanks
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