HANNS-G HH251H 25" LCD Wide TFT 1920x1080 1 x VGA 2 x HDMI Full HD Speakers 5ms Black 3 Years Warranty £170.10 Delivered @ EBuyer
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HANNS-G HH251H 25" LCD Wide TFT 1920x1080 1 x VGA 2 x HDMI Full HD Speakers 5ms Black 3 Years Warranty £170.10 Delivered @ EBuyer

£170.10
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Found 5th Nov 2009
Just bought one seems to be a good price for a good monitor!

Saturated with detail, the Hanns.G HH251H is a monitor that takes you to the level of full 1080 High Definition. It synchronises beautifully with your PC and HD-ready devices thanks to VGA and two HDMI input connections. The luxury of having an array of 16.7 million colours means you're in the hotseat for luscious visuals, backed by the anti-glare screen. The dynamic contrast ratio can reach a potential of 15,000:1, ensuring clarity is a key factor, plus there's two 1.5w stereo speakers embedded into the design to fulfil your multimedia needs.

* Product Description HannsG HH251H 25" TFT Monitor Full HD
* Diagonal Size 25" (62,48 cm) Wide
* Max Resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080
* Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch 0.283 x 0.283 mm
* Image Brightness 300cd/m2
* Image Contrast Ratios Typical : 800:1
X-Contrast : 15000:1
* Interface VGA, Audio, 2 x HDMI
* Audio 1 Watt x 1.5 - Integrated Multimedia Speaker
* Response Time 5 ms (typ.) /2 ms (GtG)
* Colour Black
* Viewing Angle H/V 170°/160°
* Dimension (WxDxH) 582 x 179 x 422 mm
* Weight 5.7 kg
* Manufacturer Warranty 3 year on site exchange warranty

5 Comments

At that size I'd want 1920 x 1200, but not bad for the price I suppose.

Considering it is standard 16/9 it would be a tad difficult to get it at 1920 X 1200 which at 16/10 is going the way of the dodo..

I agree though, and dare I say it, the near obsolete 4/3 is better for standard PC use.

UberTiger;6789324

At that size I'd want 1920 x 1200, but not bad for the price I suppose.



How about ]this size

Original Poster

ElGato;6803073

How about ]this size



Incredibly this hotukdeals.com/ite…l-h got to 279 deegres when it cost £13 more.

It does make me wonder

Always best to read behind the ratings.

It was fair value at £183 but brilliant at this price although the smaller 24" is now cheap.
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