Acer K222HQL 21.5" Full HD LED Monitor £66.25 @ CCLOnline
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Acer K222HQL 21.5" Full HD LED Monitor £66.25 @ CCLOnline

£65.67£93.1930%CCLOnline Deals
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Found 23rd Jul
Brilliant price for a full HD 1080p Acer monitor delivered from CCL Online. Original price is £93.19.

Specs:
Screen Size 21.5 "
Screen technology TN
Colours 16.7 million colours
Brightness 200 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
Contrast Ratio - Dynamic 100000000:1
Response time 5 ms
Tilt (Forward/Backward) -5/+25
Resolution (Native) 1920 x 1080 pixels
Resolution Type (Native) FHD
Backlight LED
Aspect Ratio 16:9

Interfaces/Ports
VGA In 1
Digital In DVI

Physical
Width 50.8 cm
Depth 20.7 cm
Height 39.1 cm

Item Details
Manufacturer Acer
Part Number UM.WW3EE.001
EAN 4713147228935
Condition New
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Back on topic, you might be able to find the Acer K222HQLbid for a similar price as well - the extra three letters on the code mean that it has an HDMI input too. (I had one when it was bundled in with the cheap Acer One RL85 mini-PC deal from Sainsbury's that was posted on here a few years back) That's if HDMI is important to you.

All-in-all, the Acer K222 (in whatever configuration) is a pretty decent screen for the money. Good find.

As for 24" screens, I later upgraded to twin P2414H refurbished Dells from NRG IT (www.nrgit.biz) - another old post on here! Their stock won't be latest spec, but are still good value for your money - cheapest starting at £89 for 24" from the following link: nrgit.biz/col…ing (Be aware that not all come with a stand but can be arm-mounted using VESA - make sure you check!) Ours arrived as good as new (in original box, etc) and have been fine since. Just a thought.
Edited by: "DCW" 23rd Jul
No HDMI
chall547 m ago

No HDMI

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It has HDMI, DVI & VGA. I have it as a second monitor it’s pretty decent, well worth £66.25
Hmm... Will need this when I start my raspberry pi Magic Mirror project... But that's for the future. Can't stockpile right now.
Guys, stay away from the K series from Acer, they are really awful. They are TN panels so viewing angles are terrible and colours look really washed out.

Have a look at their V series for only a few £ more, they use VA panels so better colours and angles. The realibity is excellent on them too.

This is coming from someone who has literally 1000's of the V series (17" to 24") at work.
Off topic question.... Looking for a decent Pc for home office... not gaming... Amy suggestions? Budget £800-1K for great spec...
great-deals1 h, 18 m ago

Off topic question.... Looking for a decent Pc for home office... not …Off topic question.... Looking for a decent Pc for home office... not gaming... Amy suggestions? Budget £800-1K for great spec...



Dont need that much money mate for a home office PC. What tasks are you likely to be doing with the pc and what size screen (and resolution) do you want?
Have screen already... Just want a future proof pc as hard drive on Dell has just died. Have had that to be fair for over 5 years.... Lots of office docs open, other software so a good multitasker with decent ram I imagine...
great-deals3 h, 34 m ago

Have screen already... Just want a future proof pc as hard drive on Dell …Have screen already... Just want a future proof pc as hard drive on Dell has just died. Have had that to be fair for over 5 years.... Lots of office docs open, other software so a good multitasker with decent ram I imagine...


I'd go with a ryzen 8core/16thread cpu then and 16gb ddr4 ram with a decent ssd for os and a 2tb drive for storage. Check out ryzen deals on here there's some good ones available.

Don't know what sort of graphics options you need though. Do you play games? what resolution is the monitor?
Updated the op, the price has dropped even more.
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