Asus VH226H 22" Widescreen True HD LCD Monitor - Black £155.24 @ Novatech + Free Delivery + Quidco 3%
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Asus VH226H 22" Widescreen True HD LCD Monitor - Black £155.24 @ Novatech + Free Delivery + Quidco 3%

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Found 24th Jan 2009Made hot 25th Jan 2009
If your still wanting one of these Monitors i found them in stock at Novatech with free delivery and i used quidco,
Also select location and collect from store available.
- Viewable Area: 22.5
- Widescreen (1920x1080 Resolution)
- Interface: Analog / Digital / HDMI
- Response Time: 2ms
- 16.7M Colours
- Contrast Ratio: 12,000:1
- Viewing Angle (H/V): 170°/ 160°
- Brightness: 300cd/m2
- Stereo SRS WOW Speakers (2x 1.5W RMS)
- 3 Years On-Site Warranty with Asus

24 Comments

Wow, i want one ^^

HOT!

EDIT: Found at overclockers too for same price (£155)- overclockers.co.uk/sho…-AS

& it's £165 at Amazon

Original Poster

Yes i tried overclockers but there was an additional 10 quid delivery and no little extra discount from Quidco.
This is available for a bit less but most are out of stock

Wide Screen
Panel Size: 21.5“ True Resolution: 1920X1080
Pixel Pitch: 0.248mm
Brightness(Max): 300 Contrast Ratio (Max.): cd/㎡
12000 :1 (ASCR)
Display Color: 16.7M
Response Time: 2 ms 170°(H)/160°(V)
(Gray-to-Gray)
Viewing Angle (CR≧10):
Video Features Trace Free Technology
SPLENDID Video Intelligence Technology
SPLENDID Video Preset Modes (5 modes)
Skin-Tone Selection (3 mode)
HDCP support
Color Temperature Selection(5 modes)
Audio Features Stereo Speakers 2Wx2 stereo RMS

Convenient Hotkey SPLENDID Video Preset Mode Selection
Auto. Adjustment
Brightness Adjustment
Volume Adjustment
Input Selection

Input / Output PC Input: DVI-D/D-Sub
PC Audio Input 3.5mm Mini-jack
Video Input: HDMI
AV Audio Input: HDMI
Earphone jack 3.5mm Mini-jack

Signal Frequency Analog Signal Frequency: 30 ~ 83 KHz(H)/50 ~ 76 Hz(V)
Digital Signal Frequency: 30 ~ 83 KHz(H)/50 ~ 76 Hz(V)

Power Consumption Power Consumption Power Saving Mode Mechanical Design Chassis Colors: Black
Tilt: +20°~ -5°
VESA Wall Mounting: 100x100

Security Kensington lock

Dimension (WxHxD mm) Phys.Dimension(WxHxD): 519mm x 404mm x 215mm
Box Dimension(WxHxD): 592mm x 474mm x 160mm

Weight Net Weight (Esti.): 4.3 kg
Gross Weight (Esti.): 6 kg
Accessory DVI cable
VGA cable
Audio cable
Power cord
Quick start guide
warranty card

Could I plug my Xbox 360 in to this? I'm looking for a new TV, but only want to use it with my xbox so if I can, this monitor looks pretty good.

potatop;4183153

Could I plug my Xbox 360 in to this? I'm looking for a new TV, but only … Could I plug my Xbox 360 in to this? I'm looking for a new TV, but only want to use it with my xbox so if I can, this monitor looks pretty good.

Yup, can use HDMI cable or VGA with this monitor. The built-in speakers are probably a bit poor though, so you may want to get some external ones to use with it.

potatop;4183153

Could I plug my Xbox 360 in to this? I'm looking for a new TV, but only … Could I plug my Xbox 360 in to this? I'm looking for a new TV, but only want to use it with my xbox so if I can, this monitor looks pretty good.



I've googled the model and no site seems to state if it really does have component (for the old 360s), it has an analog which component is... so i'm not sure on the old 360s unless you got the VGA cable - hdmi will be fine for the newer models

Excellent, I might just give it a go
Thanks Jamman and fakker

I'm seriously spoilt for choice here. All Full HD monitors for each around £150. I really don't know what one to get anymore. Benq have made a trend here.

Benq E2200HD
Fujitsi Siemens 3230t
Viewsonic "22

Now this Asus VH226H? Someone tell me which one I should get!

22" LG monitor 116£ at desco direct :thinking:

does this have sound comming thru the speakers thru the hdmi?

av2606;4185325

I'm seriously spoilt for choice here. All Full HD monitors for each … I'm seriously spoilt for choice here. All Full HD monitors for each around £150. I really don't know what one to get anymore. Benq have made a trend here.Benq E2200HDFujitsi Siemens 3230tViewsonic "22Now this Asus VH226H? Someone tell me which one I should get!



Its always tricky but try and break the specs down and look at what you want.

The size, HDMI / DVI / VGA, manufacturer (inc warranty details!), reviews etc... The place you are buying from.

Even the looks and colour of it. After all you will be looking at the monitor quite a lot.

Hope this helps.

av2606;4185325

I'm seriously spoilt for choice here. All Full HD monitors for each … I'm seriously spoilt for choice here. All Full HD monitors for each around £150. I really don't know what one to get anymore. Benq have made a trend here.Benq E2200HDFujitsi Siemens 3230tViewsonic "22Now this Asus VH226H? Someone tell me which one I should get!



do you have the links for those other screens?

I have the ASUS 21.5" full HD LCD.... can't fault it

MajorCockUp;4186798

22" LG monitor 116£ at desco direct :thinking:



That LG model is only 1680x1050 res..and only VGA connection...

Original Poster

Well this will be my first upgrade from a CRT, so i've been looking around since xmass for good deals and decent specs of monitors, and at the end of the day i'm more confused which one to buy than i was before i started,
SO decided on this 22" as i didn't want an over massive screen sitting in front of me. Too big is not always better. Make sure you have enough space for a big screen.
Full HD 1920x1080 with 3 different connections, 2ms responce which most 22" + are 5ms
and this one's contrast ratio is 12000:1 as most others are 10000:1 and black is in these days.
A bit more than i wanted to pay but Asus have a good name throughtout computing,
Now i'm after a PS3.

Says on the Asus website that it also has an integrated webcam

uk.asus.com/pro…u=1

Can anyone confirm. I am really stuck between the Asus monitor and the Dell one listed here:

hotukdeals.com/ite…11/

I am not bothered about size could someone help me make the decission

pedro id save yourself £55 and get the Asus, which is just as good as Dell from a manufacturer perspective. The displays are the same, the only difference is the Dell is 1.5" bigger therefore has a slightly higher res to make up for it. So your paying £55 for a built in mic and cam for the Dell, its up to u and your needs on that one.

I personally have gone for the Asus as i will be using it for my PC and will be close to me as its on a desk. So the smaller the inches the better, even if it is only 1.5". If the Dell offered some kind of better res for the size/money then it may have been a different story who knows?

pedro6994, I'd done a ]comparison between the Dell you mention & another Dell model - you can have a look & compare it with this.

Also mentioned a 23" Fujitsu monitor there you might be interested in.

Thanks for all the info

ev0styLe;4190246

pedro id save yourself £55 and get the Asus, which is just as good as … pedro id save yourself £55 and get the Asus, which is just as good as Dell from a manufacturer perspective. The displays are the same, the only difference is the Dell is 1.5" bigger therefore has a slightly higher res to make up for it. So your paying £55 for a built in mic and cam for the Dell, its up to u and your needs on that one.I personally have gone for the Asus as i will be using it for my PC and will be close to me as its on a desk. So the smaller the inches the better, even if it is only 1.5". If the Dell offered some kind of better res for the size/money then it may have been a different story who knows?



ev0styLe have you taken delivery of the Asus yet. I am really tempted by this one as I will be sitting fairly close to it. I have read from some reviews that the stand is a bit wobbly and there can be some backlight bleed. Would be great if you could post a mini review once you have tested it.

Cheers

Ive heard of the backlight bleed issue, but not sure how serious it actually is? I havent taken delivery its been dispatched though, & to be honest with u im recently having doubts whether to send it back and get the Dell lol :?

A monitor lasts u a long time, therefore u need to get it right and buying a bigger size with a bigger reso would do u good in the long run, & i could make use of the mic and cam that comes included. Not to mention the Dell would not have any backlight bleed issue. But im very tight on budget and the Dell squeezes it out of me so im a bit stuck atm.

:oops:

ev0styLe;4190829

Ive heard of the backlight bleed issue, but not sure how serious it … Ive heard of the backlight bleed issue, but not sure how serious it actually is? I havent taken delivery its been dispatched though, & to be honest with u im recently having doubts whether to send it back and get the Dell lol :?A monitor lasts u a long time, therefore u need to get it right and buying a bigger size with a bigger reso would do u good in the long run, & i could make use of the mic and cam that comes included. Not to mention the Dell would not have any backlight bleed issue. But im very tight on budget and the Dell squeezes it out of me so im a bit stuck atm.:oops:



lol, I keep on flitting back and forth between the two. Not seen many reviews on the Dell, would be good to know if there are any backlight bleed issues with it. The other benefits with the dell are the tilt and swivel base. Im just a bit scared the Dell will be too big and the missus will go ape.

Hi,

Is it possible to use this monitor in a portrait configuration? and is it suitale for the job?

Thanks

karlheinzeredile;4192552

Hi,Is it possible to use this monitor in a portrait configuration? and is … Hi,Is it possible to use this monitor in a portrait configuration? and is it suitale for the job? Thanks



No, I don't think it's possible with this. I believe only a handful of monitors have this feature built-in.

However, if you were to get a ]Ergotron Neo-Flex LCD Stand you'll most probably be able to achieve portrait mode with just about any TFT/LCD monitor you can fit it to (Vesa 100/75mm) - £30 from ]Amazon.

Whether portrait mode will be suitable for the job or not depends on what you'll be using it for.

Welcome to HUKD btw

Edit: If you also need it to have good-excellent viewing angles, get a monitor whose screen is based on ]VA or IPS technology. This monitor is TN-based btw - the worst for good viewing angles. A comprehensive list of monitors with their screen technology can be found ]here.
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