Asus 24T1E - 24" TV/Monitor Freeview Full HD, 1080p - £169.97 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Asus 24T1E - 24" TV/Monitor Freeview Full HD, 1080p - £169.97 Delivered @ Ebuyer

£169.97
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Found 20th Mar 2011Made hot 20th Mar 2011
- TV Monitor
- Full HD 1080p
- Freeview
- 2 x HDMI
- Wall Mountable

19 Comments

[EDIT]

Apologies OP that isn't the same as the cheaper one from Amazon I just posted - sorry.



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Edited by: "Lakeside" 20th Mar 2011

Original Poster

Lakeside

[EDIT]Apologies OP that isn't the same as the cheaper one from Amazon I … [EDIT]Apologies OP that isn't the same as the cheaper one from Amazon I just posted - sorry. .



I dont understand lol, did you edit your comment? have i missed something lol x

hot deal, a shame it's not wall mountable.

voted hot.

missgem

I dont understand lol, did you edit your comment? have i missed something … I dont understand lol, did you edit your comment? have i missed something lol x



Sorry yes I did edit my comment - I found this much cheaper at Amazon, and posted to say so, then realised it wasn't the same model at all

lakeside - what's your deal?

I haven't got a deal

tauran

hot deal, a shame it's not wall mountable.voted hot.



What makes you think that it's not wall mountable? Ebuyer say that it is.

Original Poster

Lakeside

Sorry yes I did edit my comment - I found this much cheaper at Amazon, … Sorry yes I did edit my comment - I found this much cheaper at Amazon, and posted to say so, then realised it wasn't the same model at all



Ah rite no problem anyhow! But wheres your deal haha im confused now...x

If your lucky and stock near you Argos has the Neon 24" same/simialr spec for £119.99

packard

If your lucky and stock near you Argos has the Neon 24" same/simialr spec … If your lucky and stock near you Argos has the Neon 24" same/simialr spec for £119.99



think I would rather have ASus

Should mention this supports HDCP in the op (it says so on eBuyer's listed spec) as this would be required to play BluRays over HDMI and possibly to use Sky/Virgin boxes when watching some channels too, so it is a "feature" some would be looking out for (I put feature in quotes because it only stops people who pay for their content from watching it on older TVs and monitors).

Also it says three component inputs but there is only one set of inputs which have three sockets each.
Edited by: "BlueDan" 20th Mar 2011

RedOnRed

What makes you think that it's not wall mountable? Ebuyer say that it is.



there are no vesa mounting holes on the back of the tv, so not sure how this is wall mountable.
going to look into it as if it was, i'd consider buying it.

says nothing about being wall mountable on the asus website.
uk.asus.com/pro…ons

i have this TV and its WICKED! unfortunately though it is not wall mountable.

Hi I was wondering what is a good viewing distance for this?

I have a 26 inch at the moment but its really really low spec, view it from about 6-7 ft, would a 1080p 24 inch be ok from the same distance?

I have a similar question, and any advice would be greatly appreciated?

I have an old 37 inch Samsung LCD TV (Model number LE37R87BD ), which is fine for Sky HD, but when I connect it up and extend the display to my laptop, the display isn't as sharp as I would like it.

My question is; would a 720p LED TV be a big improvement on what I have, or do I need to go upto a 1080p TV to be able to have multiple windows open and still see the data clearly?

I am looking for something that works well primarily as a second monitor, and also as a TV?

Cheers

Edited by: "Gooner77" 20th Mar 2011

Your picture possibly isn't sharp because of the way it is being displayed; on my Samsumg TV I have to get the picture size to "just scan" and then adjust the overscan on my computer all the way up, then I get 1:1 pixel mapping and a nice picture.

Looks like your TV has a 1366 * 768 panel too so make sure the resolution is set to that rather than 720p (1280 * 720)

Was this really £255 before?

Was this really £255 before?
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