Fujitsu Siemens L22-3W 22" Wide 5MS 700:1 DVI TFT £211.50 WAS £221!!!!
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Fujitsu Siemens L22-3W 22" Wide 5MS 700:1 DVI TFT £211.50 WAS £221!!!!

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Found 23rd Feb 2007
performance for the home office and multimedia, such as photo editing and gaming. With its extremely slim and stylish design, the SCALEOVIEW L22-3W fits perfectly into your home environment.

Highlights

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22-inch widescreen display for a perfect viewing experience at high resolution
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Best performance to an affordable price
* Very easy and comfortable to use
* Plug & Play
* Auto-adjust
* Easy-to-use OSD menu

Ergonomics

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Optimum flicker-free and distortion-free picture
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Excellent colour purity
* Well balanced brightness uniformity
* Excellent high contrast (700:1)
* Space saving design
Diagonal Size 22in
Technology TFT active matrix
Max Resolution 1680 x 1050
Response Time 5ms
Speakers None
Interfaces D-Sub
Interfaces DVI
Colour Silver
Brand Fujitsu Siemens
Stock Status In Stock
Price Range Inc VAT 150 - 300

DELIVERY IS £7
- StuDaPoo

cheers Schizoboy £4ish back in quidco too 2% makes Delivery Virtually FREE!
- StuDaPoo

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£218.50 including the £7.00 delivery (might be more for some)

Not a bad find, I'm hoping more 22's hit the £200 markish.

£4ish back in quidco too 2%

Original Poster

Nice looking monitor and a decent make too :thumbsup:

cheers Schizoboy £4ish back in quidco too 2% makes Delivery Virtually FREE!

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Don't forget that a 22" widescreen has the same resolution as a 20" widescreen so will appear more pixellated when viewed closely.

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Gazbert

Don't forget that a 22" widescreen has the same resolution as a 20" … Don't forget that a 22" widescreen has the same resolution as a 20" widescreen so will appear more pixellated when viewed closely.



is aint gonna be pixelated at Max Resolution 1680 x 1050 you nutjob!

Really? That's not what I've read in several reviews in PC Pro and Custom PC lately.

Pretty much the same story as 17inch and 19 inch TFT's. They use the same resolution (1280x1024 in standard 4:3 ratio) so the perceived image quality is lower in the larger monitor.

Original Poster

Gazbert

Really? That's not what I've read in several reviews in PC Pro and Custom … Really? That's not what I've read in several reviews in PC Pro and Custom PC lately.Pretty much the same story as 17inch and 19 inch TFT's. They use the same resolution (1280x1024 in standard 4:3 ratio) so the perceived image quality is lower in the larger monitor.



i wouldnt think so, thats like saying buy a 35 INCH tv as a 42 will have lower quality cos its BIGGER = Rubbish!

As far as TV's go it depends on the viewing distance. I have a 32inch LCD that looks great from 1-2 metres away, but not so good when you get closer.

My dad has a top of the range 50inch Sony Bravia, which looks amazing at 3-4metres away. Get any closer and the pixellation is absolutely horrendous.

This is because each device has exactly the same number of pixels. So the bigger the device the larger each pixel becomes, which leads to lower image quality. Bigger pixels are far more obvious when you're closer to the screen, as you would be using this as a computer monitor.

All the reviews I've read say the same thing. Spend the same cash on a quality 20inch monitor instead.
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