Dell P190S 19" Professional Flat Panel LCD Monitor, Refurb, £29.75 Delivered With Code 15OFF (This Weekend Only - Selected Items, Listed In Thread) @ ITZOO
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Dell P190S 19" Professional Flat Panel LCD Monitor, Refurb, £29.75 Delivered With Code 15OFF (This Weekend Only - Selected Items, Listed In Thread) @ ITZOO

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Found 2nd MarEdited by:"louiselouise"
ITZOO have 15% off selected products this weekend - see Post #1 for the others (discount code 15OFF - code works on certain items, this weekend only)
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2903059.jpg Brand & Model: Dell P190S
2903059.jpg Screen: 19"
2903059.jpg Ports: VGA Port, DVI Port 4 x USB Ports
2903059.jpg Warranty: 12 Months2903059.jpgInfo: Dell
P190ST 19" Professional Flat Panel LCD Monitor. Enjoy excellent picture quality and clarity on Dell P190ST monitor with 1280 x 1024 pixels resolution, delivering a spacious content area. Coupled with 800:1 (typical) contrast ratio and 85% (typical) color gamut for outstanding color detail and vivid display, this monitor is an ideal complement to your office environment, helping to boost productivity and efficiency in the workplace
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Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd Mar
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I think most HUKDers are aware of ITZOO by now, but I will add it anyway It was simply me trying to add as much info as possible elsewhere - not trying to mislead.
This should be a £10 and they can still make profit
Edited by: "Jean54" 3rd Mar
19inch 1280 x 1024 , Welcome to year 2001
1280 x 1024 is a ridiculous resolution for a home desktop monitor. You can't proper films on it without the picture shrunk to a letterbox format with black bars at the top and bottom.

Hot if you're looking for an office monitor for basic Word tasks.

COLD for a home monitor.
Yeah I still use two of these at work, they are crap.
Better hunting on the facebook groups.

Got a 22" BenQ LED 1080p monitor for a tenner.
6 months ago and still perfect.

Monitors go for pennies nowadays
Edited by: "HaggisHunter" 2nd Mar
ollie871 h, 25 m ago

Yeah I still use two of these at work, they are crap.


Me too, have 2 Lenovo 17" monitors with the same resolution. Thought I'd arrived back in 2004 when I saw my desk!
this is probably from 19th century what a bargain! hot!
good for attaching to your server , or your microserver , or pi
I’m guessing it doesn’t have a hdmi cable?
TheRatedSeller1 h, 37 m ago

I’m guessing it doesn’t have a hdmi cable?


You can get HDMI to DVI cables for it.
KetanS40 m ago

You can get HDMI to DVI cables for it.



Cos there's been so many sarcastic comments on here I didn't think it was a genuine question - ordinarily I try to reply...woops Sorry.
louiselouise52 m ago

Cos there's been so many sarcastic comments on here I didn't think it was …Cos there's been so many sarcastic comments on here I didn't think it was a genuine question - ordinarily I try to reply...woops Sorry.


Most modern monitors come with HDMI sockets these days and not everyone may be aware that DVI and HDMI are basically the same. It just needs an adaptor or suitable cable. I discovered the a few years back.

I don't get why these monitors are unpopular either, as my colleagues and I prefer these in a multi-monitor setup compared to a single larger extra-wide screen monitor when doing coding. But it may be because it is what we are used to also.
Edited by: "KetanS" 3rd Mar
KetanS8 m ago

Most modern monitors come with HDMI sockets these days and not everyone …Most modern monitors come with HDMI sockets these days and not everyone may be aware that DVI and HDMI are basically the same. It just needs an adaptor or suitable cable. I discovered the a few years back.I don't get why these monitors are unpopular either, as my colleagues and I prefer these in a multi-monitor setup compared to a single larger extra-wide screen monitor when doing coding. But it may be because it is what we are used to also.



Yeah I had a DVI to HDMI adaptor with my last monitor, easy to pick up and didn't cost much. Think it's the resolution most people don't like. Not really an expert where monitors are concerned - would do for a really old system, a crude surveillance camera setup, server or something.
Picard1232nd Mar

1280 x 1024 is a ridiculous resolution for a home desktop monitor. You …1280 x 1024 is a ridiculous resolution for a home desktop monitor. You can't proper films on it without the picture shrunk to a letterbox format with black bars at the top and bottom.Hot if you're looking for an office monitor for basic Word tasks.COLD for a home monitor.


Widescreen is less than ideal for anything other than watching films though IMO.
Bring back 4:3 for monitors, and matte screens while you're at it
mikerr14 m ago

Widescreen is less than ideal for anything other than watching films …Widescreen is less than ideal for anything other than watching films though IMO.Bring back 4:3 for monitors, and matte screens while you're at it


Widescreen is actually very useful particularly for big Excel spreadsheets.

It's not the aspect ratio that's key here though - it's the resolution - 1280 when it should be 1920 or more is very limiting.
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