AOC E943Fws LED Ultra Thin 18.5" LED backlit Monitor (free delivery) £69.99 Currys/PCWorld (Ebay)
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AOC E943Fws LED Ultra Thin 18.5" LED backlit Monitor (free delivery) £69.99 Currys/PCWorld (Ebay)

£69.99
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Found 14th Feb 2011Made hot 3rd Mar 2011
16:9 Screen ratio
1366 x 768 @60hz resolution
50,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio
5 ms Response time
250 cd/m2 Brightness
VGA Connections
182 mm Depth
Wall Mountable

Viewable Screen Size: 18.5 inches
Monitor Tube Size: 18.5 inches
Screen Ratio: 16:9
Type of Display: LED
Pixel pitch: 0.3x0.3
Dot Pitch: mm
Response time: 5 ms
Brightness: 250 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 50000000:1
Viewing angle: 170 degrees horizontal, 160 degrees vertical
Recommended resolution: 1366x768 @60hz
Maximum Monitor Resolution: 1366x768 @60hz
Plug & Play: Yes
Connections: VGA in
Built-in speakers: No
Security features: Kensington lock at rear
Wall Mountable: Yes
Wall mount bracket included: No
Power Consumption: 18 watts
Weight: 3 kg
Height: 350 mm
Width: 447 mm
Depth: 182 mm

13 Comments

Not a bad price but not unique
Edited by: "mofokiss" 14th Feb 2011

Its got TV resolution. Bear in mind most widescreen monitors this size will have a 1440x900 screen size which will blur slightly on this monitor

It's a fiver cheaper than it is currently for sale in PC World/Currys/Dixons etc
Edited by: "zeroHour2" 14th Feb 2011

kpmatthews

Its got TV resolution. Bear in mind most widescreen monitors this size … Its got TV resolution. Bear in mind most widescreen monitors this size will have a 1440x900 screen size which will blur slightly on this monitor



Which is why you would set the resolution to 1366*768.

Why the stupid white frame on the top left....looks like its missing.

mamboboy

That's light being reflected...



http://www.wearysloth.com/Gallery/ActorsL/tve10441-19961225-258.gif
Edited by: "jonny619447" 15th Feb 2011

Op where do you get £69.99 from, comes up at £74.99 for me

gazw

Op where do you get £69.99 from, comes up at £74.99 for me


That's the special rate for people who don't click on the deal link and go onto the site direct.

Thanks for the clarification, you have a special manner of enlightenment I find stimulating.

Glad to be of service

Ah cmon.... 1920*1080 we need then its pretty decent @ this price!

Chinny_racoon

Which is why you would set the resolution to 1366*768.



The vertical resolution is very important for looking at web pages or editing a document. This has the same resolution as a 15" screen, and I would never use one of those if I could help it. The extra width helps with films and games, though. Personally, I would pay a bit more and get a bigger screen.

Seems like a nice monitor, shame about the 1366x768 resolution, not good at all for my kind of usage that requires huge amounts of screen real estate.

Might be worth getting for a spare though, wonder if it does vertical resolutions..
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