Cibox 22" TFT (DVI w/HDCP ) £113.90 Delivered
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Cibox 22" TFT (DVI w/HDCP ) £113.90 Delivered

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Found 7th Oct 2008Made hot 8th Oct 2008
Add delivery and is still cheap

CiBox 22" inch Widescreen HDCP TFT + speakers

A very design and elegant 22 Wide Full Screen LCD monitor surprisingly powerfu and rich in colours embedded with an ultra fast 5ms response time, ideal for multimedia and office application.

Specifications

* Product description: Cibox 22" Widescreen HDCP TFT Monitor+ speakers
* Resolution : 1680X1050 WSXGA
* Response time: 5ms
* Format : 16:10
* Input : DVI, Compatible wiyh HDCP which allows users to read future HD contents protected with HDCP protocol, D-SUB 15
* Enhancement colour function, exended monitor life function
* Pitch : 0.282x0.282 mm
* Viewing angle Horizontal : 160° / Vertical 160°
* Colours : 16.7Million
* Contrast : 1000:1 (Typ.)
* Brightness : 300 cd/m2
* Built in speakers : 1W x 2 integrated
* Plug & Play : Compatible VESA DDC/1/2B
* Certifications : CSA/US, FCC-B, CE, TUV/GS, TCO03, BSMI, VCCI, CCC, Energy Star

21 Comments

not too shabby - voted hot - however should really include postage costs

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phatbhoy;3142740

not too shabby - voted hot - however should really include postage costs



I was trying to find out but need to log in to get delivery charges. Will check out the FAQs on delivery. I wouldn't have thought more than £10 really.


EDIT: Looks like £7.99 delivery charge for monitors (probably £7.99 + VAT = £9.38)

Total probably £113.90 delivered

HOT! :thumbsup:

Where can you get a cheaper 22" HD screen?

phatboy123;3142801

HOT! :thumbsup:Where can you get a cheaper 22" HD screen?



here

hotukdeals.com/ite…638

Hehe!!

Have to say I am liking this deal though - there are some pretty good user reviews at ebuyer of this model. V tempted

does this have dvi, and regular vga 21 pin connetion to a p.c. what i need is the ability to change input from pc with regular analogue d-sub, and dvi output converted from hdmi from a dvd player or similar

It has dvi and regular vga sockets, so you could link the 2 but not at the same time obviously :-D

I have one of these and had it for around a year now with no problems apart from the default settings are rubbish and require some tweaking to get the contrast and brightness to an acceptable level. The brightness being the worst offender, even on 0 in the settings its a tad too bright so i had to resort to the graphic card settings to bring it down further.

I went from a 17" tft to this and i must say the difference was HUGE, nice price for this i got mine cheap from scan for £150 so this if you need one is a billy bargain, once its set up ;-)

Just bought the tesco one 22" with voucher and added sim worked out at £122 delivered and its a fugitsu siemens - I hope Ive done the right thing - I have got a 19" Cibox and it is great

sedj;3143338

It has dvi and regular vga sockets, so you could link the 2 but not at … It has dvi and regular vga sockets, so you could link the 2 but not at the same time obviously :-D



There's no input select function on this monitor? That's an unusual omission since most LCDs will allow you to switch between displaying the things you have plugged in at once (although the speed varies, some are instant while others can take as much as several seconds which seems like a long time).

handsomejackuk;3143064

does this have dvi, and regular vga 21 pin connetion to a p.c. what i … does this have dvi, and regular vga 21 pin connetion to a p.c. what i need is the ability to change input from pc with regular analogue d-sub, and dvi output converted from hdmi from a dvd player or similar



Bear in mind that you will probably get some picture stretching for the DVD player as it's expecting a 16:9 TV and this is a taller 16:10 monitor, and being cheap it's likely to try and just stretch the picture to full screen rather than display it properly.

mith;3142764

Total probably £113.90 delivered

Thanks - you can update your original posting with that.

phatbhoy;3142740

not too shabby - voted hot - however should really include postage costs



I dunno - every amazon deal posted below £15 appears to forget this

pibpob;3144129

Thanks - you can update your original posting with that.



Don't bother - whats good for amazon deals is good for this one!

mister.c.;3144290

I dunno - every amazon deal posted below £15 appears to forget thisDon't … I dunno - every amazon deal posted below £15 appears to forget thisDon't bother - whats good for amazon deals is good for this one!



doesn't make it right

mister.c.;3144290

I dunno - every amazon deal posted below £15 appears to forget this



That bugs me too... why do Amazon get special treatment?

mister.c.;3144290

Don't bother - whats good for amazon deals is good for this one!

Of course it isn't. Nearly everyone knows Amazon's "free over £15 policy", and that's hardly a large order considering the enormous range of stuff that Amazon sells (not to mention the fact that many people do point out the postage gotcha in the deal titles). This is quite different - no way (or no way easily) to avoid the postage charge and the postage charge is not generally known.

The simple fact is that most people buying Amazon deals will make the order up to £15 and get free postage. Most (all?) people for this deal will have to pay the postage on top. So be honest about it, and show the amount people are actually going to pay. This is all that matters.

I TRIED TO ORDER ONLINE, THEY CANT AT PRESENT? so tried phoning...long wait time so gave up as a bad job.

has anyone else had problems ordering the screnn?

Just ordered online - went through with no problems.

I'm looking to get a TV or monitor to display my PS3 on. This monitor is a pretty good price and has HDCP which makes this a golden buy, only thing I'd like to ask is, can anyone give me any reason not to buy this for my PS3?

pibpob;3144820

The simple fact is that most people buying Amazon deals will make the … The simple fact is that most people buying Amazon deals will make the order up to £15 and get free postage.



Maybe, maybe not. Be grateful to see your research to back up your assessment that it is a simple fact. But the fact you have to incur extra cost does not make the hotukdeal' amazon price that is being posted the price you will pay - you have to buy other gubbins which is not necessarily a hotukdeal. No difference to the guy who posted a great deal here - there are p&p costs to be incurred. Rep to O/P by the way - and don't change the title until the moaners post an equally hot deal!

1-0 to me in simple facts, barker diving header 89 mins.

mister.c.;3146041

Maybe, maybe not. Be grateful to see your research to back up your … Maybe, maybe not. Be grateful to see your research to back up your assessment that it is a simple fact.

No need to get pompous about it - I could just as well ask you for your research to prove it the other way. :roll:

But the fact you have to incur extra cost does not make the hotukdeal' … But the fact you have to incur extra cost does not make the hotukdeal' amazon price that is being posted the price you will pay - you have to buy other gubbins which is not necessarily a hotukdeal.

In that case shall we just settle on "two wrongs don't make a right" and just because people misdescribe Amazon deals here does not give them the excuse to misdescribe others too? The site's rules should be the ultimate arbiter and you should be complaining in the Amazon threads rather than using them as an excuse to misrepresent prices in other threads.

And that says nothing about "heat" or "rep" by the way - that's a different matter entirely.

Thanks, op now updated to show the delivered price.

If you want to discuss Amazon deals, please use the Feedback forum. Thanks.

This has now went up in price to £126.37, typically I just missed the stated price...grr
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