Acer X193HQ 19 Inch LCD TFT Monitor Grade A1 - Delivered £59.97 @laptopsdirect
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Acer X193HQ 19 Inch LCD TFT Monitor Grade A1 - Delivered £59.97 @laptopsdirect

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Found 15th Aug 2010
Use the free delivery voucher AWFDELASUS which worked when I applied it to my basket.

Grade A1 - As New Condition.

The X193HQ delivers enhanced performance and excellent value per pixel. The 5ms response rate renders thrilling and flawless picture frames for stunning media and gaming.

Images are reproduced with speed and clarity thanks to a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and response rates of only 5ms. The intelligent adaptive contrast management system increases the contrast ratio and also reduces the power consuption.

The 19 Inch Widescreen display is encased in a slim, black chassis and slim profile with integrated power supply.

The X193HQ is a quality display certified by TCO 03 and ISO 13406-2 guaranteeing long term performance, high quality design and, overall, a high return on investment.

* Product Description: Acer X193HQ 19 Inch LCD TFT Monitor
* Dynamic Contrast: 10000:1
* Brightness: 300 cd/m2
* Resolution: 1366 x 768
* Input:Analog or Dual Input (DVI w/HDCP)
* Warranty: 3 Month Warranty

Its not the greatest monitor in the world, but at this price its very good value for money, especially as Acer direct are still selling these at £83.97...

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"excellent value per pixel"
yes before buying a monitor I always work out the cost per pixel

this has DVI ? which is good for the price

what's not good is not having on site warranty.. this will be disposable. might be worth another £20 if that gets you a proper warranty.


Edited by: "Smiff" 15th Aug 2010

wonder what the dead pixel policy is on these?

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seems a good price to me, heat added.

ie had one of these for awhile now excellent screen and i paid double so its a bargain !!

Maybe they are returns because of dead pixels ?

foulone

wonder what the dead pixel policy is on these?




deanos

Maybe they are returns because of dead pixels ?



Valid point, is probably all the offcasts that acer wont refund the seller due to their X dead pixels is acceptable policy

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You all could be right, but they do say themselves that Grade A1 is "As new condition" and therefore they cant technically sell them with dead pixels, at least not knowingly and I doubt they would. The website says they are clearing space in the warehouse for new stock...

Yes you can sell them with dead pixels as there is a pixel tolerance isn't there.

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deanos

Yes you can sell them with dead pixels as there is a pixel tolerance … Yes you can sell them with dead pixels as there is a pixel tolerance isn't there.



What I mean is, if they have had these back from Acer as returns, they have to be sold as returned goods with dead pixels and they arent, they are being advertised as "As new condition". Which would clearly break trading standards rules as they would be "knowingly" selling faulty goods.

ThePaulC

they cant technically sell them with dead pixels, at least not knowingly … they cant technically sell them with dead pixels, at least not knowingly and I doubt they would. The website says they are clearing space in the warehouse for new stock...

Yes they can. New monitors can be sold with dead pixels. Normally you need more than a certain threshold of dead ones to get a replacement. Some retailers will swap monitors for you if you complain even if you don't have enough dead.

EDIT: Now I get what you're saying, if they're faulty enough for a refund/replacement then they're too faulty to sell as A1. Excellent point.
Edited by: "alasrati" 15th Aug 2010

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alasrati

Yes they can. New monitors can be sold with dead pixels. Normally you … Yes they can. New monitors can be sold with dead pixels. Normally you need more than a certain threshold of dead ones to get a replacement. Some retailers will swap monitors for you if you complain even if you don't have enough dead.



See above.

If you buy brand new from a reputable dealer, say argos or somewhere similar with a no quibble money back guarantee - you can return them with dead pixels.



John Lewis seem to be pretty good with dead pixels too. Thing is they are much more expensive and have a very limited range of monitors. Good for TVs though.

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