Dabs Value 20" H-490B 8ms LCD TFT - 99.86 incl VAT
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Dabs Value 20" H-490B 8ms LCD TFT - 99.86 incl VAT

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Found 5th Aug 2008
Call before placing the order, chances are you will even get a better price

Panel Size: 20.1" TFT

Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3

Resolution : 1400 x 1050 (SXGA+)

Pixel Pitch : 0.29(H) x 0.29(V) mm

Display Color : 16.2M

Brightness: 300cd/m2

Contrast: 650:1

Scan Frequency: H:30-82KHz V:56-75Hz

Response time: 8ms

Viewing Angle.H/V: 160°/160°

OSD language: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch,

Simplified/Traditional Chinese Input Signal: VGA (D-sub 15pin)

Internal Speaker: Built-in Stereo Speakers

Optional : DVI-D

Power Supply(AC/DC): AC 100~240V, 50~60Hz

Power Consumption: Max 52W, Standby 3W

Net Weight : 7.5 / 6.0 Kg

Monitor dimensions(WxHxD): 472 x 446 x 230 mm

Carton dimensions(WxHxD): 540 x 471 x 143 mm

Regulation Safety&EMI: FCC, UL, CE, RoHS

6 Comments

An odd screen but it looks like a fairly good price.

20" in 4:3 format = less than 15" widescreen 16:9. This would be a very small screen for watching tv and DVDs. You get better 15" widescreen for less money. AND ONLY BUY FROM DABS IF YOU ARE A GAMBLING ADDICT. IT'S TOO RISKY.

20" at 4:3 is nominally 16" wide and 12" high (area 192 sq")
15" at 16:9 is nominally 13" wide and 7.3" high (area 96 sq")
the 4:3 may be a non-optimal shape, but it certainly ain't smaller than the 15" 16:9

Agrajag;2678015

20" at 4:3 is nominally 16" wide and 12" high (area 192 sq")15" at 16:9 … 20" at 4:3 is nominally 16" wide and 12" high (area 192 sq")15" at 16:9 is nominally 13" wide and 7.3" high (area 96 sq")the 4:3 may be a non-optimal shape, but it certainly ain't smaller than the 15" 16:9



Put a widescreen DVD 16:9 in your player and see! It will be smaller than 15" W.

bad for watching movies and gaming i think... but good if you're reading long articles. not voting on this one.

Agrajag;2678015

the 4:3 may be a non-optimal shape, but it certainly ain't smaller than … the 4:3 may be a non-optimal shape, but it certainly ain't smaller than the 15" 16:9



4:3 is a non-optimal shape? You must have some wierdly shaped webpages in your part of the country. Widescreen is good for some things, 4:3 for others.
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