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Hannspree Boston 19-inch TFT Display £72.99 plus £2,34 Delivery
Hannspree Boston 19-inch TFT Display £72.99 plus £2,34 Delivery

Hannspree Boston 19-inch TFT Display £72.99 plus £2,34 Delivery

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Seems like a good price for a 19" tft and supersaver delivery is only £2.34 with 3 yrs warranty !!
Specifications :Diagonal Size 19" (16:10),Colour:Wood Effect & Black,Brightness 300 cd/m2 (typical),Max Resolution 1440 x 900,Viewing Angle 150° (H) / 140° (V),Interface D-Sub, Audio, DVI,Dot Pitch /Pixel Pitch 0.2835(H) x 0.2835(V) mm,
Response Time 5 ms,Audio 1.2 Watt x 2 Multimedia Speakers
Contrast Ratio 700:1,Dimensions ( W x D x H) 449 x 195 x 3932 mm
Weight 5.7 kg,Manufacturer Warranty 3 years onsite swap

19 Comments

I've added an image to the op. Thanks for the post ditz :thumbsup:

Original Poster

thanks im having problems uploading images since i changed to vista looks like its back to xp lol

Ugly!

I'd rather add £15 extra and get this much higher spec misco.co.uk/app…d=0

I know it's not DVI but better viewing angles and 16.7 million colours is so much nicer, and from Benq.

http://img.systemaxdev.com/productmedia/htmlimages/cten/monitors/150252-main.jpg

Still a good deal if you want a faux wood look basic monitor though.

........we just had a deal with a 22" Samsung or LG ( cant remember) for 100£. on tesco direct

Looks like somebody has smeared poo all over it....

Each to their own but that is a hideous looking thing :w00t:

omg it is ugly!!!

Wongo;3172095

...16.7 million colours is so much nicer...



Think that's down to the graphics card rather than the monitor!

If your just after something for browsing and e mail etc I,d say its a bargain...hot from me.

Plus there must be people who like the retro look.........i think

Good deal, voted HOT,......I wood like one.:-D

looks like a telly i threw out in the 80s :whistling:

16.7 million colours is so much nicer



But you still decided to go with the Silver one

I love it!

ukdealee;3184641

Think that's down to the graphics card rather than the monitor!



Within the limits of the monitor. Many LCDs just can't do all we want in the world of colour.

I've set these up for a few clients, the only thing i didn't like was the adjusting of the monitor.

IT can only be adjusted to 3 positions and you have to undo all the screws on the back in order to adjust it.

Voted hot for the price though

Can't quite understand how those crazy folks at Hanspree decided there was a gap in the market for a 'wood effect' monitor. Why has Dell / LG / Samsung not caught onto this? They'd make a killing! I hear the next Hanspree monitors are going suede effect. Not bad price though. (Voted hot for being tooo crazy.)

MajorCockUp;3184418

........we just had a deal with a 22" Samsung or LG ( cant remember) for … ........we just had a deal with a 22" Samsung or LG ( cant remember) for 100£. on tesco direct



and this is a 19" for £75...whats your point? Some might not be able to afford that so in this case its a hot deal from them. Thats like saying I should post tiger woods 08 for £4 on xbox just because someone posted toger woods 09 for £25, some people cant afford the more expensive one:thumbsup:

ukdealee;3184641

Think that's down to the graphics card rather than the monitor!



er no - some monitors only display 16.2 so people doing photography like moi do see the difference.
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