Acer S220HQLB 21.5" Full DVI HDMI HD Monitor - £69.99 @ Ebuyer
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Acer S220HQLB 21.5" Full DVI HDMI HD Monitor - £69.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 27th Jan
I've been looking for a monitor (well, a two monitor setup) and I'm pretty sure this is the best deal I've found that has HDMI connectivity.
If you know of a better deal, by all means lemme know!


  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD
  • 5ms Response Time
  • HDMI, VGA & DVI
  • TN+ Film Panel Technology
  • ComfyView
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kkman24 m ago

Any sellers on eBay that you would recommend?



This guy is a very good seller. He deals exclusively with refurbished Dell monitors, some with minor defects which you wouldn't even notice:

ebay.co.uk/sch…475


I buy a fair amount of Dell monitors on ebay for small businesses that I look after. Normally I buy from companies because packaging up a monitor is a bit tricky and private sellers normally are a bit light with the packaging materials. I've had a few broken ones turn up from private sellers! I've bought from these guys before:

ebay.co.uk/itm…599

I normally just look for good descriptions and close up photos from many angles. This one looks fine too:

ebay.co.uk/itm…934


Sometimes you can pick up a 24" P2414h for £60 (some without stands, but Dell stands are about £12 and just clip on easily). Just avoid the Dell E series, stick to the P and U series.

If you want to spend a little more for one of the best quality Dell monitors, then keep an eye out for the U2414h:

ebay.co.uk/itm…359

That one is sold, but they pop up occasionally at that price so worth checking back often. The frameless design is very slick and the Dell Ultrasharp series have been the benchmark for premium monitors for the past decade.
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£70 for a 21.5" Full HD monitor.... can't be bad heat from me.
Sorry for being a monitor snob but all of these cheap monitors are flimsy garbage with shiny black bezels, fixed stands and terrible quality TN panels with washed out colours.

You can buy refurbished Dell monitors on ebay for this price, eg a 23" P2314Ht with an IPS panel and excellent height adjustable stand for £60 to £70. Yes they are 2nd hand, but they are also tried and tested business grade monitors. Being business monitors they have a Displayport rather than HDMI so you just need the right cable.
Edited by: "mugen6" 27th Jan
mugen61 h, 30 m ago

Sorry for being a monitor snob but all of these cheap monitors are flimsy …Sorry for being a monitor snob but all of these cheap monitors are flimsy garbage with shiny black bezels, fixed stands and terrible quality TN panels with washed out colours.You can buy refurbished Dell monitors on ebay for this price, eg a 23" P2314Ht with an IPS panel and excellent height adjustable stand for £60 to £70. Yes they are 2nd hand, but they are also tried and tested business grade monitors. Being business monitors they have a Displayport rather than HDMI so you just need the right cable.


Any sellers on eBay that you would recommend?
Bought one of these early last year (from CCL) but returned it due to severe backlight bleeding. It was £80 back then and the picture was quite good considering the cost and you wouldn't expect accurate colours for a TN panel anyway. I would've kept it if it weren't for the backlight bleed. I'll say it again, it's really a lottery when it comes to buying monitors.
kkman24 m ago

Any sellers on eBay that you would recommend?



This guy is a very good seller. He deals exclusively with refurbished Dell monitors, some with minor defects which you wouldn't even notice:

ebay.co.uk/sch…475


I buy a fair amount of Dell monitors on ebay for small businesses that I look after. Normally I buy from companies because packaging up a monitor is a bit tricky and private sellers normally are a bit light with the packaging materials. I've had a few broken ones turn up from private sellers! I've bought from these guys before:

ebay.co.uk/itm…599

I normally just look for good descriptions and close up photos from many angles. This one looks fine too:

ebay.co.uk/itm…934


Sometimes you can pick up a 24" P2414h for £60 (some without stands, but Dell stands are about £12 and just clip on easily). Just avoid the Dell E series, stick to the P and U series.

If you want to spend a little more for one of the best quality Dell monitors, then keep an eye out for the U2414h:

ebay.co.uk/itm…359

That one is sold, but they pop up occasionally at that price so worth checking back often. The frameless design is very slick and the Dell Ultrasharp series have been the benchmark for premium monitors for the past decade.
Thanks for the info mugen6

I bought one of the Dell monitors you posted

I'm going to have a go at making a photo frame/slideshow with it so display my photos.

Theory...
Chromecast 2 in the rear via a dvi to hdmi connector.
USB from the monitor will provide the chromecast with power.

Point the chromecast at personal Gmail photo album so that when it goes into sleep/standby it will display selected album.

Monitor is only 20w when on and chromecast is negligible on power draw.

Just one question if I was to put the monitor on a plug timer would the monitor come back to life or would it sit in standby ?

mugen627th Jan

This guy is a very good seller. He deals exclusively with refurbished Dell …This guy is a very good seller. He deals exclusively with refurbished Dell monitors, some with minor defects which you wouldn't even notice:https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/funkenstein08/m.html?item=263393420475I buy a fair amount of Dell monitors on ebay for small businesses that I look after. Normally I buy from companies because packaging up a monitor is a bit tricky and private sellers normally are a bit light with the packaging materials. I've had a few broken ones turn up from private sellers! I've bought from these guys before:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-P2314Ht-23-HD-LED-LCD-Monitor-with-vga-and-mains-cable/173122267599I normally just look for good descriptions and close up photos from many angles. This one looks fine too:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-P2314Ht-23-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor-Display-DVI-VGA-DisplayPort-Stand/112758665934Sometimes you can pick up a 24" P2414h for £60 (some without stands, but Dell stands are about £12 and just clip on easily). Just avoid the Dell E series, stick to the P and U series.If you want to spend a little more for one of the best quality Dell monitors, then keep an eye out for the U2414h:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-UltraSharp-U2414Hb-24-Widescreen-LCD-Monitor-No-Stand/391944796359That one is sold, but they pop up occasionally at that price so worth checking back often. The frameless design is very slick and the Dell Ultrasharp series have been the benchmark for premium monitors for the past decade.

Edited by: "h0tdeal" 28th Jan
I’ve done the same with a 32” tv. Built a wooden picture frame around it to make it look more like a picture frame than a tv! Using a raspberry PI to connect to my onedrive account via Kodi. Got the tv connect to my smart home movement sensor so when we enter the room the tv turns on with the pi and starts showing photos after 20seconds. When we leave room it turns everything off automatically after 5mins.
gone, gutted. Great bargain!
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