Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Lenovo ThinkVision T2224d 21.5 inch FHD IPS Monitor, £61.29 at CCL/ebay with code
296° Expired

Lenovo ThinkVision T2224d 21.5 inch FHD IPS Monitor, £61.29 at CCL/ebay with code

£61.29£64.996%eBay Deals
Expert (Beta)6
Posted 21st MayEdited by:"Tacavas"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Home/office monitor at a reasonable price.

3468222.jpg

Model Specifications
ModelThinkVision T2224d

Display Type LCD

Screen Size21.5"

Cabinet Colour Black

Backlighting Technology LED

DisplayScreen Technology IPS

Pixel Pitch0.00976 x 0.00976" (0.248 x 0.248 mm)

Response Time7 ms

Viewing AngleHorizontol : 178 degrees
Vertical : 178 degrees

ConnectivityDisplay Port1 x DisplayPort

VGA1 x VGA

PictureBrightness250 cd/m²

Aspect Ratio16:9

Contrast Ratio3000:1

Colours16.78 million colours

Maximum Resolution1920 x 1080

MultimediaMultimedia CapabilityNo

DimensionsHeight38.14 cm (15.02 inches)

Width51.29 cm (20.19 inches)

Depth20.49 cm (8.07 inches)

Weight1.76 cm (0.69 inches)

ErgonomicsSupported Mounting100 x 100 mm

Tilt angle-5 - 20°
Community Updates

Groups

6 Comments
Looks good for a CCTV set up as it’s full HD, thanks.
tjis have speakers buit in?
No speakers no. Its a pretty nice little monitor, good colours and vibrancy, not overdone at all. Mine came with no dead pixels and no backlight bleed which in my experience tends to be an issue with cheaper IPS panels. I bought one when they were just a little over £60 direct from CCL themselves. Comes with a Displayport and VGA cable in the box too (I expected just VGA tbh)

My mother is currently using it on the spare machine downstairs to play the Sims 4 and I've heard no complaints from her (outside the fact that its a little smaller than the previous monitor that was there, which was an old Samsung from 2008 that was starting to get dim)
MisterGiGS21/05/2020 16:48

No speakers no. Its a pretty nice little monitor, good colours and …No speakers no. Its a pretty nice little monitor, good colours and vibrancy, not overdone at all. Mine came with no dead pixels and no backlight bleed which in my experience tends to be an issue with cheaper IPS panels. I bought one when they were just a little over £60 direct from CCL themselves. Comes with a Displayport and VGA cable in the box too (I expected just VGA tbh)My mother is currently using it on the spare machine downstairs to play the Sims 4 and I've heard no complaints from her (outside the fact that its a little smaller than the previous monitor that was there, which was an old Samsung from 2008 that was starting to get dim)


Great feedback here, much appreciated
Oh, one BIG problem I had. The stand is really bad, its very wobbly and doesn't feel very secure, I thought I had just fitted it wrong but no, it's just not very stable. This was fine for me as it was going on a small VESA TV stand (to raise it up like the previous monitor it replaced)
No DVI/HDMI but I guess you get what you pay for
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text