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Acer 24" Widescreen TFT Monitor - VGA & DVI (with HDCP) (Preorder) £299 + Quidco
Acer 24" Widescreen TFT Monitor - VGA & DVI (with HDCP) (Preorder) £299 + Quidco

Acer 24" Widescreen TFT Monitor - VGA & DVI (with HDCP) (Preorder) £299 + Quidco

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Everything is bigger and better on the Acer AL2416WB. The Panoramic viewable display is ideal for watching DVD movies, playing Games, internet browsing, graphic design, IT programming, or working on two applications at the same time.

Use the AL2416WB as a standard PC LCD monitor with the ability to open two work applications side by side for easy viewing.

Screen Size: 24" Widescreen
Screen Resolution: 1920 x [email protected] Hz
Response Time: 5ms
Brightness: 400cd/m2
Contrast: 1000:1
Colour Support: 16.7Million
Pixel Pitch: 0.270mm
Viewing Angles: 160°/160°
Interface: VGA D-Sub, DVI (with HDCP)
Mounting Standard: Vesa 100
Power consumption:
Pre-order | Due for release on 06/08/2007

Cheapest 24" monitor I've seen! 4% Quidco brings this down another £12 to only £288

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From tftcentral.co.uk:
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New range of 24inch TN Panels coming it seems

Dell 24" for comparison:
[FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]Dell 2407WFP[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]6ms G2G[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]24"WS Samsung S-PVA (LTM240M2)
[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]Dell 2407WFP-HC[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]6ms G2G[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Verdana][SIZE=1]24"WS Samsung S-PVA (LTM240M2)[/SIZE][/FONT]

Original Poster

What the...? Why are people voting cold! Please explain yourselves! Can you find a 24" monitor for £288?

Matt-Kun

What the...? Why are people voting cold! Please explain yourselves! Can … What the...? Why are people voting cold! Please explain yourselves! Can you find a 24" monitor for £288?



Cold because it's yet another Play.com pre-order, that will either be cancelled, or never be in stock, or price changed. :whistling: :giggle: :roll:

Also for £299 you can get a 32inch LCD TV with VGA, or use DVI to HDMI cable ebuyer.com/UK/…151

Voted hot becasue of the price and spec. Every other 24" on the market costs >£100 more than this. Sure, TN panels offer reduced viewing angles (approx 160 vs 170 degrees) and reduced colour accuracy (16.1M vs 16.7M) but most people will not notice the difference when sitting in front of one.

I have a 22" TN film panel and find it good to work with.

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talkshop

Cold because it's yet another Play.com pre-order, that will either be … Cold because it's yet another Play.com pre-order, that will either be cancelled, or never be in stock, or price changed. :whistling: :giggle: :roll:Also for £299 you can get a 32inch LCD TV with VGA, or use DVI to HDMI cable http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/129151


Well yes play have done this before like on the LG 22" but well it doesn't mean to say the Acer is a misprice and will be cancelled too! Also it didn't stop others from voting the LG a hot deal.

Your comparison to the TV on ebuyer is ridiculous! You are comparing sausages to eggs! It's hardly practical to have a 32" TV on your desk as a PC monitor, not to mention it only has a resolution of 1366x768 (vs. 1920 x 1200 on a 24" monitor). *sigh*

Matt-Kun

Well yes play have done this before like on the LG 22" but well it … Well yes play have done this before like on the LG 22" but well it doesn't mean to say the Acer is a misprice and will be cancelled too! Also it didn't stop others from voting the LG a hot deal.Your comparison to the TV on ebuyer is ridiculous! You are comparing sausages to eggs! It's hardly practical to have a 32" TV on your desk as a PC monitor, not to mention it only has a resolution of 1366x768 (vs. 1920 x 1200 on a 24" monitor). *sigh*




Voted hot, I completely agree comparing a 32" tv to a hi-res 24" monitor is just plain foolish

Agreed.

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Voted hot, I completely agree comparing a 32" tv to a hi-res 24" monitor … Voted hot, I completely agree comparing a 32" tv to a hi-res 24" monitor is just plain foolish


why is it? They both perform the same function?

Are you going to buy a 32" LCD TV, like a monitor and with your face right up close?

Plus this monitor run at a native resolution of 1080p, compared to a bog standard 32" LCD TV running at a native resolution of 1366x768.

Nice one have now got this and the 22" lg monitor in my outstanding orders. They are both up for release on the same day 06 august. Let's see which one gets pushed back first.:roll: Just as a side note ebuyer have the ]acer on their site for £240 and the analogue version for £374. No stock in of the former though and there wasn't any when it first appeared three days ago otherwise I would of posted it then.

This is the best deal so far.. but.. this monitor is Only £ 230 in the US!. Grrhhh... why do we always get ripped off in the UK??? Damn VAT! Damn Custom tax! We make less money, higher tax, (a lot higher tax) ... well.. unless you own a private equity firm ..

can this monitor really do 1920x1200 at 75hz? I thought LCD's normally only did 60hz at their native resolution?

The delivery at Play has now gone out to 20/08:x Plus these monitors are being listed cheaper at other sites such as Ebuyer. The price listed is irrelevant anyway because no one actually has any in stock.
I cancelled my pre-order at Play anyway
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