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AOC 2436Vwa 23.6 inch 1080P HD LCD TFT Monitor @ CCL on Ebay
AOC 2436Vwa 23.6 inch 1080P HD LCD TFT Monitor @ CCL on Ebay

AOC 2436Vwa 23.6 inch 1080P HD LCD TFT Monitor @ CCL on Ebay

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Found this monitor on the CCLonline ebay account.

* Screen Size 23.6 in
* Display Area 52.1 x 29.3 cm
* Screen technology TN
* Colours 16.7 million
* Aspect Ratio 16:9
* Resolution (Maximum) 1920 x 1080 Pixels
* Brightness 300 cd/m2
* View Angle (Horizontal - Max) 170 °
* View Angle (Vertical - Max) 160 °
* Contrast Ratio - Dynamic 60,000:1
* Response time 5 ms
* Horizontal Frequency 31 to 83 KHz
* Vertical Frequency 55 to 75 Hz
* Pixel Pitch 0.2715 x 0.2715 mm


you can also buy through the CCL website for £109.99
cclonline.com/pro…69/

34 Comments

Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by 1200 personally. Go for a slightly bigger set.

matedodgy

Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by … Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by 1200 personally. Go for a slightly bigger set.



for £99? find me one please

You can get one for less on ebuyer and that is for a Samsung, voted cold.




diamount

You can get one for less on ebuyer and that is for a Samsung, voted cold.



Link?

diamount

You can get one for less on ebuyer and that is for a Samsung, voted cold.



Link or you're lyin'.

Banned

diamount

You can get one for less on ebuyer and that is for a Samsung, voted cold.



No. You can't. You're an idiot and I hope they break your fingers so you can't post such nonsence ever again. Feel free to attempt to prove me wrong by posting a 23.6" (24") for under £100 on Ebuyer. Or save your time and don't bother - there isn't one.

Banned

diamount

http://www.ebuyer.com/279654-samsung-syncmaster-s22a100n-21-5-lcd-led-vga-monitor-ls22a100ns-enNegligible size difference



You're an idiot. Nothing else needs to be said.

diamount

http://www.ebuyer.com/279654-samsung-syncmaster-s22a100n-21-5-lcd-led-vga-monitor-ls22a100ns-enNegligible size difference



That's what she said!!! (actually, she didn't).

You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of ordering from an unknown brand then go right ahead but if you're the sort who sits close to a monitor then size hardly matters. Only the resolution does.



Edited by: "diamount" 30th Nov 2011

Fight Fight !!

Good price for a entry level monitor, not scorching but a deal regardless.

Heat added.

I don't know why people feel the need to comment on every other deal about a product, stating they are far too good for it and only buy the next model up.

The deal is for this model, not another, unless the upper model is cheaper or the same price no need to mention it.

matedodgy

Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by … Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by 1200 personally. Go for a slightly bigger set.


Quite small resolution? What are you smoking man? It's commonly known that 1920x1200 monitors are a lot more expensive. So much in fact that it doesn't really justify paying the extra (over £100 more in this case).
Given the most common use is for media/gaming, 16:9 at 1080p is fine. Who likes having those big black ugly borders during films?

diamount

You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of … You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of ordering from an unknown brand then go right ahead but if you're the sort who sits close to a monitor then size hardly matters. Only the resolution does.



1) There is a big difference between 21.5" and 23.6". It may not sound much but there is.

2) AOC are a house brand of TPV Technology Limited, the world’s largest manufacturer of computer monitors. According to Wikipedia they have a revenue of $9.2 Billion.
They make the super thin aluminium bezel i2354Fh - an IPS panel and one of the most attractive 'budget' monitors on the market, in my opinion.
expertreviews.co.uk/mon…3fh

Also their monitors have a 3-year onsite warranty. You don't see Philips or the like doing that...



Edited by: "mamboboy" 30th Nov 2011

So many idiots don't understand how this works...

Its like Amazon reviews for bad postage....

Find a better 23.6/24 inch monitor, for this price, or gtfo....

diamount

You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of … You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of ordering from an unknown brand then go right ahead but if you're the sort who sits close to a monitor then size hardly matters. Only the resolution does.




Unknown brand...lol.May be unknown to you but not to millions worldwide.
21.5 to 23.6 is a sizeable difference.

This brand is awful, AVOID at all costs. We bought these monitors in a previous deals, the quality is so poor, especialy compared to our Dell and Benq ones.

diamount

You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of … You're a rude ****. Go learn some manners, if you want to run the risk of ordering from an unknown brand then go right ahead but if you're the sort who sits close to a monitor then size hardly matters. Only the resolution does.




Agree with Diamount here, I do know AOC and therefore I know how bad the quality of their products are. You'd be better off even with a 17" Samsung than the 23.6" AOC junk. You will be so disappointed

Nonsense. So much nonsense.
Excellent price for a 3 years warranty monitor. AOC makes monitors for more then 15 years, had more then one and always impressed with the quality for the money.
Now they are settings records in design and some of the best features.

About resolution: unless you use your monitor for some special purpose like web-design, programming and a-like, you should prefer 16:9 (1920x1080), otherwise 1920x1200 will get in the way, we 2 black bars on top and bottom when watching TV, or other 16:9 content.

OP, this should be advertised as a 24" monitor, this is all other brands are doing, Philips and so on. If they sell a 23,6" monitor, they say it is 24".
Also, add to description some important features!:
Built In USB Hub
VESA 100 mm Compatible
Built In Speakers
Impressive 300 cd/m² Brightness


Edited by: "MaximusRo" 30th Nov 2011

I've used some AOC monitors myself, and I have no problem with them. I've been in IT/software development for many years, and a gamer for just as many, and have used almost every brand of monitor out there. For the money, this is a good deal. Sure, there are better monitors out there - but you get what you pay for. For anyone looking for a sub-£100, decent sized, decent resolution monitor for work usage, some movie watching and a bit of gaming, I think this is worthwhile. I recently bought a couple of 21" AOCs for use on a trade show stand, and they looked/worked fine.

It's all very subjective really. It's like the Onkyo/Sony/Samsung debate. Some will always come down on one side or the other - but the point of this is whether it's a good deal; whether you can get a 23.6" 1080p monitor for less, and from an equally reputable brand. People may not have heard of AOC, but they are reputable, and their quality is good, although not top of the line.

Obviously this is just my opinion. Not trolling. If I needed another monitor right now, I would happily buy one of these for this price.

lazyacademic

Agree with Diamount here, I do know AOC and therefore I know how bad the … Agree with Diamount here, I do know AOC and therefore I know how bad the quality of their products are. You'd be better off even with a 17" Samsung than the 23.6" AOC junk. You will be so disappointed



AOC are not junk!
Their TVs are very good.I'd expect their monitors to be of the same quality.

MaximusRo

Nonsense. So much nonsense.Excellent price for a 3 years warranty … Nonsense. So much nonsense.Excellent price for a 3 years warranty monitor. AOC makes monitors for more then 15 years, had more then one and always impressed with the quality for the money. Now they are settings records in design and some of the best features.About resolution: unless you use your monitor for some special purpose like web-design, programming and a-like, you should prefer 16:9 (1920x1080), otherwise 1920x1200 will get in the way, we 2 black bars on top and bottom when watching TV, or other 16:9 content.OP, this should be advertised as a 24" monitor, this is all other brands are doing, Philips and so on. If they sell a 23,6" monitor, they say it is 24".Also, add to description some important features!:Built In USB HubVESA 100 mm CompatibleBuilt In SpeakersImpressive 300 cd/m² Brightness


What exactly are "records in design" please? Or was your first sentence an introduction?

no hdmi or dvi connection is a big cold vote unfortunately

edit: the ebay spec was wrong - it has DVI according to its own listing....im saying hot now!
Edited by: "McKinless" 30th Nov 2011

stamfordblue

AOC are not junk!Their TVs are very good.I'd expect their monitors to be … AOC are not junk!Their TVs are very good.I'd expect their monitors to be of the same quality.





I'm afriad we've (business) have always found their products to be junk and had some of them taken back due to the low quality. You can see such a massive difference with other monitors. They are a big brand but you get what you pay for and it's worth paying £10 or £20 more for a decent one.
Can't speak for their TVs mind

Rom

What exactly are "records in design" please? Or was your first sentence … What exactly are "records in design" please? Or was your first sentence an introduction?


Sorry, my english is not very good. My first sentence was about people like you, big attitude, no substance.

"Dorsten, 20 September 2011 – It could hardly be slimmer: With the i2353Fh model, AOC sets a new course regarding design as well as functionality. LED backlight, aluminium back, innovative IPS panel technology and two HDMI ports are just a few of numerous exciting features. The innovative 58.4 cm/23″ Full HD flatscreen is directed at both home and professional users, and manifests its strengths in games and office applications alike.
...
Record measurements and a clear, simple style
The 9.6 mm profile is made possible by an innovative panel form and the
separation of the monitor from the electronic components. A metal frame
with hairline finish marks the front design, whilst the mirror-like black
surface of the aluminium back lends the model a professional touch. The
slim design and metal-covered stand with its tilt function create the clear
and straight-lined style of the i2353Fh. "
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 30th Nov 2011

A press release from the company then... Hot from me!

Original Poster

man wasn't expecting this amount of attention over a monitor

Shame that this isn't a TV; otherwise I would have bought this

waqasahmed

Shame that this isn't a TV; otherwise I would have bought this


Same. Really need a tv of this size

i have 1080p AOC led tv, its great for gaming on, crisp clear picture. no complaints here

matedodgy

Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by … Quite small resolution. I would go for something that can run 1920 by 1200 personally. Go for a slightly bigger set.


No offence, but you are **** retarded.

1920x1200 is a 16:10 aspect ratio, 1920x1080 is 16:9. They are two different things, all 24" 16:9 monitors, and everything up to 28" is 1920x1080

what a shame its not LED backlight

dansis

what a shame its not LED backlight



But it is LED...

The code featured on the front ebay page for fashion items, CUKFFRQH3, worked for me, bringing it down to £84.15

Only usable til the 5th Dec and only usable once.

ladyv1k1

The code featured on the front ebay page for fashion items, CUKFFRQH3, … The code featured on the front ebay page for fashion items, CUKFFRQH3, worked for me, bringing it down to £84.15Only usable til the 5th Dec and only usable once.



I think these codes are user specific. I have one for computer stuff etc. but only for 10% over £100.
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