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Hazro HZ30W 30" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black Aluminium 2560x1600 Resolution £666.99 + £10.99 delivery @ Overclockers
Hazro HZ30W 30" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black Aluminium 2560x1600 Resolution £666.99 + £10.99 delivery @ Overclockers

Hazro HZ30W 30" Widescreen LCD Monitor - Black Aluminium 2560x1600 Resolution £666.99 + £10.99 delivery @ Overclockers

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If you need that much desktop space then I think this is the cheapest screen out there, though you'll need a pretty pokey specced pc to game at that resolution!

- All aluminium finished casing
- Viewable Area: 30 Widescreen (2560x1600 Resolution)
- Interface: DVI (Digital DVI (Dual Link) - HDCP support)
- Response Time: 6ms (12ms Black to Black)
- Hard coating(3H), Anti-glare treatment of the front polariser
- 16.7M Colours (92% Colour Gamut)
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
- Viewing Angle (H/V): 178°/ 178°
- Brightness: 300cd/m2
- Same panel as found in the DELL 3007WFP
- 3 Years On-Site Swap-Out with Hazro (2nd & 3rd year RTB)

11 Comments

rated hot just for the picture on the screen :P

is she wearing dunlop green flash trainers ??? lol , I remember those ... didnt think they still made em.

As for the deal , good price for screen size/spec but if I was in the market for a 30" monitor then i'd spend a little extra and get either a dell or a hp one (both of which look much nicer too, allbeit more expensive)

I'm after the 27" Dell monitor which is currently available at around £440 delivered , much better buy imo.
Not voted either way , just think it'd be odd to spend this kind of money on a brand name that isnt as well known , particularly as warranty may be with the manufacturer after a certain amount of time and if they've gone under you may well be stuck !!

cooorrrr

rooney10;3908191

is she wearing dunlop green flash trainers ??? lol , I remember those … is she wearing dunlop green flash trainers ??? lol , I remember those ... didnt think they still made em.



They tried a revival but they flopped:

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http://www.jamesandjames.com/pictures/dunlop/r1555.jpg

You do see the odd skint student trying to rock them, but its not a good look, especially with skinny jeans :thinking:

I don't get it.... I thought you could plug in a LCD to your PC?

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http://img81.imageshack.us/img81/9576/lucypinder1920x12002688az7.jpg

them tennis balls look better enlarged

Banned

http://www.belardinelli.it/images/fumetti/avery_tex_wolf.jpg

schizoboy;3909198

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yup - definately green-flash...

rooney10;3908191

is she wearing dunlop green flash trainers ??? lol , I remember those … is she wearing dunlop green flash trainers ??? lol , I remember those ... didnt think they still made em.As for the deal , good price for screen size/spec but if I was in the market for a 30" monitor then i'd spend a little extra and get either a dell or a hp one (both of which look much nicer too, allbeit more expensive)I'm after the 27" Dell monitor which is currently available at around £440 delivered , much better buy imo.Not voted either way , just think it'd be odd to spend this kind of money on a brand name that isnt as well known , particularly as warranty may be with the manufacturer after a certain amount of time and if they've gone under you may well be stuck !!



Depends what you want it for, the 27in is a low WUXGA resolution whereas the 30in monitor is a far higher 2560x1600. I'm using to notebook screens at 15.4 and 17in which 1920x1200 so it's frustrating being stuck with such comparatively low resolutions hence I've been looking at a 30in panel.

I do agree with your comments about the manufacturer, I have seen this deal but I'd spend a bit more and get the Dell one.

John

schizoboy;3909198

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Wow, see that damp patch behind her.
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