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Dell Ultrasharp 2209WA Monitor: £230.30 delivered from pcbuyit
Dell Ultrasharp 2209WA Monitor: £230.30 delivered from pcbuyit

Dell Ultrasharp 2209WA Monitor: £230.30 delivered from pcbuyit

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This is a higher quality TFT monitor, using E-IPS technology and comes at a much higher price than a basic TN panel. I paid £20 more than this price two days ago but it was still the cheapest price for this monitor.

"Dell Ultrasharp 2209WA 22-Inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor - Black

Versatile viewing Sleek design swivels, pivots and adjusts for height
Convenient connectivity 4 USB 2.0 ports, VGA and DVI-D
Remote management Supports Asset Management through DellTM Client Manager
DVI-D and HDCP With Digital Visual Interface-Digital and High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection you can play High Definition content from Blu-ray DiscTM drives from your personal computer."

4 Comments

People voting cold without any knowledge of LCD's... great.

It's an IPS panel hence why it costs more than your cheapo TN panel 22"

But yeah I haven't voted because you could get it for £5 less on the EBuyer with the hit and miss super saver delivery (silver version), black is more expensive.

I paid £200.49 delivered in September last year from overclockers.co.uk - Just checked their site and its now £253

As Glix says this is not a normal TN panel its much better! Really this is the best monitor Ive ever used! Well worth the extra money. Colours are amazing in games and videos and the viewing angle is sooo much better than a regular screen.

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Glix;7699937

you could get it for £5 less on the EBuyer with the hit and miss super … you could get it for £5 less on the EBuyer with the hit and miss super saver delivery (silver version), black is more expensive.


Well it was also £5 cheaper on pcbuyit for the silver but I wanted the black (didn't want any reflectiveness).

This is a very good price for an IPS monitor. It's only 1680 X 1050 though so anyone wanting to use it for full HD video (eg Blu-ray) may prefer to go for a 24" with 1920 x 1080 or 1200. Still a good buy and far better than a TN panel.
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