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HANNSG HG281DJ 28 TFT Monitor 1920x1200, £393.60 delivered
HANNSG HG281DJ 28 TFT Monitor 1920x1200, £393.60 delivered

HANNSG HG281DJ 28 TFT Monitor 1920x1200, £393.60 delivered

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A truly fantastic display for the desktop, the HannsG HG281DJ is a 28 inch flat panel display equipped with HDMI and VGA connectivity, ready for next generation technology.

A visual spectacular is ensured as this TFT monitor can display an incredible 16.7 million colours and pack in a breath-taking 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. Backed with an swift-performing response time of just 5ms, this is a brilliant device for delivering smooth motion and astonishing gaming action.

The embedded 2.5W speakers deliver crisp stereo sound and the screen's contrast ratio is set at an outstanding 800:1. Meeting TCO 03 emission standards and equipped with physical anti-theft security thanks to a Kensington lock slot, the HannsG HG281DJ is the large screen that's welcome in any computing environment.


Features

* 28" (69,85 cm) Wide
* Black Glossy Frame
* 1920 x 1200
* 2 x 2.5 Watt Speakers
* VESA Standard, 200mm
* Swivel Base
* Height Adjustable

6 Comments

Original Poster

http://img.systemaxdev.com/productmedia/htmlimages/cten/monitors/143496.jpg

Doesn't a monitor of this size usually have a higher res?

Original Poster

biosmagazine.co.uk/rev…624.... The 27-inch version from Dell costs 50 percent extra

eiamhere69;2141608

Doesn't a monitor of this size usually have a higher res?



not really the 27" dell has the same res and so do alot of 26" monitors. its only when you get up to 30" monitors the res increases alot.

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theres a couple of reviews on this monitor as well

sorry my bad. 30" is right

big_jim83;2141650

not really the 27" dell has the same res and so do alot of 26" monitors.



And all the 24" monitors.

For most people this looks like a cold deal, for this price or a little more you could get a cracking 24" which would give you exactly the same amount of virtual desktop space (and more real desktop space!) and would be better quality.

If you can't view your monitor from up close then this might be a good deal because of it's comparatively large pixel pitch - and if you're viewing from further away the TN viewing angle difference between the center and top/bottom of the screen won't be as pronounced.
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