HP V243 24" Full HD Monitor £79.97 Delivered @ eBuyer
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HP V243 24" Full HD Monitor £79.97 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 14th Jun 2017
eBuyer daily deal. Seems to be a pretty good price for a 24" Full HD Monitor.

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HP V243 24" Full HD Monitor Product Description
Get plenty of room to multi-task across your documents and e-mail and leave multiple windows open side by side with the HP V243 60.96 cm (24") LED Backlit Monitor, an extra-large display that's available at unbelievably low price point.



Technical Specification

Display

  • Display size (diagonal): 60.96 cm (24")
  • Resolution (native): 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
  • Contrast ratio: 1000:1 static, 5000000:1 dynamic
  • Tilt and swivel angle: Tilt: -4 to +22°
  • Display type: TN w/LED backlight
  • View angle: 170° horizontal/160° vertical
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Display area (metric): 531.36 x 289.89 mm
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Response time: 5ms
Display Features

  • Plug and Play
  • Anti-glare
  • User programmable
  • Language selection
  • On-screen controls
  • LED Backlights
Input

  • 1 VGA
  • 1 DVI (with HDCP support)
Battery and Power

  • Power: Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC
  • Power consumption: 32 W (maximum), 23 W (typical), 0.5 W (standby)
Dimensions

  • Minimum dimensions (W x D x H): 56.54 x 5.65 x 33.99 cm
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20 Comments
Is it payday yet..... Damn!
Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen with wider viewing angles
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Jun 2017
spannerzone

Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen … Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen with wider viewing angles



​Agreed pretty sure there are LG IPS monitors for not much more.
spannerzone

Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen … Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen with wider viewing angles


I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're talking about?
TN! - pass
VESA?
spannerzone

Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen … Very good price but I'd pay more (maybe nearer £120) for an IPS screen with wider viewing angles



The spec. says the viewing angle (H) is 170. Presumably any other monitor maxes out at 180..
ThriftyMcNifty

I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're … I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're talking about?



​Your link just goes to tesco groceries but whatever monitor you are looking at , look for the panel type , there are 3 main types , TN , VA & IPS

I won't go into detail about each one but IPS is the best for colour reproduction and viewing angles but generally speaking has the slowest response times which might be a problem if you are a keen gamer
ThriftyMcNifty

I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're … I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're talking about?



That looks like a stunning looking monitor! Any ideas on quality though? I can't find any reviews, Amazon have 3 very short reviews.
TN panel? nothanksjeff
Try this IPS monitor (manufacturer refurbished)

ebay.co.uk/itm…299

Or this:

ebay.co.uk/itm…021

Or for a little more, the excellent Dell P2417H:

ebay.co.uk/itm…912

Always bargain monitors on ebay. Good modern monitors rarely fail in my experience - I've bought literally hundreds on ebay kitting out offices on a budget. Just have to pick the right montior from a good seller.
Tarquin84843 h, 15 m ago

The spec. says the viewing angle (H) is 170. Presumably any other monitor …The spec. says the viewing angle (H) is 170. Presumably any other monitor maxes out at 180..



I'm no expect, not even an armchair expert but I've always thought that the reason some flatscreens are not so nice to use is their narrower viewing angle, unless viewed directly the colours soon wash out. I've got a few AOC IPS monitors and a TV that has 178 degree viewing angles which seem better when viewed off-centre. So it might mean this monitor is not quite so good unless viewed straight on.
ThriftyMcNifty6 h, 23 m ago

I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're talking …I'm looking around for a monitor. Is this the kind of thing you're talking about?



yes indeed or possibly an AOC IPS screen(I have this) or an LG
As I spend lots of time on a monitor I think it money well spent, they're really cheap these days and last 7 years or more typically so why cheap out!
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Jun 2017
clonereeco

Your link just goes to tesco groceries but whatever monitor you are … Your link just goes to tesco groceries but whatever monitor you are looking at , look for the panel type , there are 3 main types , TN , VA & IPSI won't go into detail about each one but IPS is the best for colour reproduction and viewing angles but generally speaking has the slowest response times which might be a problem if you are a keen gamer


Is this monitor OK for general browsing , not using it for gaming . Any ideas/opinions. Thanks
what would people recommend for a 4K or 5K monitor? Looking for something mainly for photo editing (and maybe 4K video editing in the future). Current shortlist is Dell P2715Q ( amazon.co.uk/gp/…8O/ )
Just ordered about 20 mins ago then got email saying

Your order has been cancelled for one of the following reasons: 

    - You've asked us to cancel your order,
    - An item on your order has been discontinued or is now out of stock.

I didn't ask to cancel it
I've bought this monitor off Ebay Samsung S24C570HL

After seeing some of the suggestions here I'm starting to regret it (still not sure), I've not collected it yet so can still back out. I've paid £70 for it.

I looked at the lenovo from Tesco and think it looks great but not sure on performance/quality.

Mugen6 suggestions look very good to me especially the Dell as I've currently got a Dell and never had a problem with it.
Edited by: "stec77" 14th Jun 2017
samnai

Is this monitor OK for general browsing , not using it for gaming . Any … Is this monitor OK for general browsing , not using it for gaming . Any ideas/opinions. Thanks



​I can't see the monitor in question but for browsing any monitor will do , just depends on your usuage , for browsing any screen type is fine but IPS is usually reccomended
No HDMI !
guilbert531 h, 34 m ago

No HDMI !



A DVI to HDMI cable costs a few pounds and sorts that problem out. DVI and HDMI connections are pretty much the same, minus the audio is lacking on most DVI ports (no speakers on this monitor, so no problem)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 15th Jun 2017
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