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Benq G922HDL 18.5in Wide LED Monitor(Today ONLY) £75.85 @ SVP
Benq G922HDL 18.5in Wide LED Monitor(Today ONLY) £75.85 @ SVP

Benq G922HDL 18.5in Wide LED Monitor(Today ONLY) £75.85 @ SVP

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Benq G922HDL 18.5in Wide LED Monitor specifications:

Screen Size 18.5" Wide
Product Colour Glossy Black
Resolution (max.) 1366 x 768
Pixel Pitch 0.3 mm
Brightness 250 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 1000:1
DCR:5,000,000:1
Response Time (tr/tf) 5 ms
Display Area 409.8 x 230.4 mm
Display Color 16.7 million
Viewing Angle (L/R;U/D) (CR>=10) 170 / 160
Terminals D-D-sub / DVI-D
Horizontal Frequency (Max) KHz 30 ~ 63
Vertical Frequency (Max)Hz 50 ~ 76
Video Bandwidth (MHz) 110
Colour Temperature Reddish / Normal / Bluish / User mode
Power Consumption 17W (max)
Auto Switching Power Supply Built-in
Adjustments Tilt -5 / 20 (down / up)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 345.8 x 444.4 x 165
With Wall Mount: 278.8 x 444.4 x 62.1
Weight Gross - 4.22 kg / Net - 3.08 kg
Accessories (Standard) VGA cable

9 Comments

This seems to be HDCP compliant though it does not say so specifically on the website. The Benq website says it is, which makes it quite a good deal as you can also use it with your PS3/Blu-ray.

Need to add shipping at £6.99

SVP -blast from the past.

The old SVP were excellent but the people who took it over are vicious spammers. Spammed me non-stop for months and couldn't stop. They ended up getting quite cheeky (and continued the spam).

I'm sure they're lovely now but still use a spare email.

Can anyone tell me if LED monitors any good/better for using with graphic design programmes like photoshop or corel painter?

Cheers.

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Can anyone tell me if LED monitors any good/better for using with graphic … Can anyone tell me if LED monitors any good/better for using with graphic design programmes like photoshop or corel painter?Cheers.



I did not find my 22" LED (BenQ) backlit any better at reproducing the CMYK colourspace.
It's fine for my PC at home as I mainly use it for gaming and entertainment, but I can't use it for my professional design work.


Edited by: "MBeeching" 17th Jan 2011

Fujioka

SVP -blast from the past.The old SVP were excellent but the people who … SVP -blast from the past.The old SVP were excellent but the people who took it over are vicious spammers. Spammed me non-stop for months and couldn't stop. They ended up getting quite cheeky (and continued the spam). I'm sure they're lovely now but still use a spare email.

They were the only reliable source of cheap Japanese optical media (Taiyo Yuden). Haven't been burning much in a while so not sure how the place is (was great few years back).
spamgourmet.com/ to deal with spam

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Can anyone tell me if LED monitors any good/better for using with graphic … Can anyone tell me if LED monitors any good/better for using with graphic design programmes like photoshop or corel painter?Cheers.



This depends on the uniformness of the lighting. LED lighting tends to produce more even lighting than traditional CCFL lamps since the light used by CCFL lamps are spread across a wider area than LED lamps scattered around the edge of the display, or even better mounted as a matrix.

What this means is that colours are more uniform rather than appearing more washed out around the edges and for pixel manipulation with image-editing software, this is extremely important because you want a colour with certain RGB value in the centre of the screen to look the same as a pixel with the exact same RGB value on the edge of the screen. A good display would be able to reproduce these well. Although this is a generalisation, it is NOT a rule as many CCFL lit LCD displays will outperform some LED lit displays. The performance can also be subjective too, so seeing the display would be very much advised, in addition to reading reviews.
Edited by: "ElliottC" 17th Jan 2011

Wouldn't buy this due to the resolution - same as 11.6" netbooks and 13" laptops...!! Spend the extra to get something a bit better imho.

Thanks for the comments guys.:)
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