24" 1900x1200 TFT monitor - VA panel and DVI - £214.99
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24" 1900x1200 TFT monitor - VA panel and DVI - £214.99

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Found 14th Jun 2008
Huge monitor with DVI and a VA panel.

Don't forget 3% Quidco.

Make sure to choose 3-4 day free delivery for this price.

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Cheaper at ebuyer ebuyer.com/pro…399 - £199.87
from
hotukdeals.com/ite…12/

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Screen Size 24"(61cm) TFT Active Matrix LCD Dislpay (AUO)
Aspect Ratio 16:10
Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Display Colours 16.7M
Brightness 500 cd/m2
Scan Frequency H:30-82KHz V:56-75Hz
Response TIme 6ms
Viewing Angle (H/V) 180/180 Degrees
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8 Comments

This is the same as the DGM Digimate 24" that has been on overclockers for a while.

Delivery with NOVATECH is £5.49 Economy or £8.49 Next Day

For the people not in the know, this has a VA panel which has far better viewing angles than the other 24" monitors on HUKD at the moment.
The Benq etc etc all have inferior screens by a long way.

What would be interesting to know is if this one has HDCP or not.

I already have one of the ones from overclockers and it is stunning! Mine isnt HDCP but i use a gadget to make it HDCP compliant so it works with my PS3.

I also use a HDMI Freeview box with it and the picture is brilliant!

Original Poster

Yes, it's the Digimate that's on OCUK for £235.

Delivery from Novatech is currently free (Free 3-4 day service).

Sorry, but a bit off topic ....

I suffer from occasional migraines.
I colleague at work, in a similar position, tells me that the refresh rates on some TFT backlights can cause this.
Any advice on this topic would be appreciated.

Thanks, Pil064

Saw this monitor in the flesh and must say its not the most cosmetically pleasing screen. Looks very cheap build quality and huge blue led staring you in the face when switched on. TBH you get what you pay for - great panel, not so great housing.

pil064;2309758

Sorry, but a bit off topic ....I suffer from occasional migraines.I … Sorry, but a bit off topic ....I suffer from occasional migraines.I colleague at work, in a similar position, tells me that the refresh rates on some TFT backlights can cause this.Any advice on this topic would be appreciated.Thanks, Pil064



If it is a big old crt monitor then it is usually to do with the refresh rate, 60hz is awful. However when it comes to tfts refresh rates work a bit differently as they are fixed at one refresh rate, usually 75hz

the higher the refresh rate the better. Do you wear glasses, if not it might be time to have a word with your local optometrist about glasses for computer work. Regular breaks help even if only for 5 or 10 minutes every hour or so. Your place of work by law has to offer "eye breaks" when computers are involved as it falls under health and safety. You may find adjusting the brightness a little will help as workplace tfts are generally untouched, it could be too bright or even set to the wrong resolution. we have monitors in our break area set to 1024x768 when they should be 1280x1024.

Hope this helps but i doubt its something as drastic as monitor panels, its sadly either your eyes or just a few tweaks to the monitors display settings.

i should get some rep for providing this level of service

Booshambles;2310269

If it is a big old crt monitor then it is usually to do with the refresh … If it is a big old crt monitor then it is usually to do with the refresh rate, 60hz is awful. However when it comes to tfts refresh rates work a bit differently as they are fixed at one refresh rate, usually 75hz



Well, LCDs don't refresh. 'Refresh rate' when used for LCDs is the frequency at which they receive new image information from the graphics card. This is 60hz not 75hz for the majority of LCDs.

I believe LCD backlights do flicker but it's around 300hz usually so I don't think that's the problem. The only advice I can give you is to try various screens (CRTs as well as different LCD technologies if possible) and see if some of them cause more migrains than others.

Cheers, mate, very helpful.
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