Green Monitor in black colour Lenovo 19" 1440x900 L1940 19 Wide TFT DVI/VGA 86.23 delivered @ Misco
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Green Monitor in black colour Lenovo 19" 1440x900 L1940 19 Wide TFT DVI/VGA 86.23 delivered @ Misco

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Found 17th May 2009
Really good reviews, Lenovo, and uses only 17/22w (min/max) which is 30% less than conventional models. And a really good priced monitor with DVI. After looking at unavailable SM206 and kinda expensive 1908, decided to go with this one. 36 month guarantee is a bonus as well.

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# Up to 30% less power consumption than conventional monitors of the same size and resolution
# 50% less mercury content than conventional monitor of the same size and resolution

Being a cynical old ex TV engineer from the CRT days..... that just makes me think "compromise" and "will break down sooner rather than later".

Like I said though, I'm cynical and I'm sure its fine in reality!

Finnboy;5235795

# Up to 30% less power consumption than conventional monitors of the same … # Up to 30% less power consumption than conventional monitors of the same size and resolution# 50% less mercury content than conventional monitor of the same size and resolution Being a cynical old ex TV engineer from the CRT days..... that just makes me think "compromise" and "will break down sooner rather than later".Like I said though, I'm cynical and I'm sure its fine in reality!



+1

Tbh who gives a toss about the power usage within reason?

We live in a 1st world

l33t-krew;5235819

Tbh who gives a toss about the power usage within reason?



Those of us who don't have Mummy & Daddy paying for the electricity for a bit of kit that is switched on say 16 hours a day, every day.

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nihcaj;5236604

Those of us who don't have Mummy & Daddy paying for the electricity for a … Those of us who don't have Mummy & Daddy paying for the electricity for a bit of kit that is switched on say 16 hours a day, every day.



correcto mundo boys and girls!!!
:thumbsup:

:)i use one of these at work. they are a reasonably good screen size but as I can't game at work, couldn't tell you how good they are for that. I'm looking for a 22" HD for a new rig I've built which won't send me too far over £100.:whistling:

Anyone know of any offers, please let me know.

Cheers

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