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Lenovo ThinkVision T2454pa 24" IPS 1920 X 1200 Monitor - Refurb £72 with code at ITZOO
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Lenovo ThinkVision T2454pa 24" IPS 1920 X 1200 Monitor - Refurb £72 with code at ITZOO

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Posted 21st Mar
Grade: A Grade Monitor

Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkvision T2454pa

Screen: 24" 1920 x 1200 IPS 16:10

Ports: DisplayPort, HDMI, USB 3.0 downstream, USB 3.0 upstream, VGA, audio line-out, (NO cables supplied)

Warranty: 12 Months

Info: deal for professional use, ThinkVision T2454p LCD Monitor offers WUXGA resolution and In Plane Switching panel which can maximizes your viewing angle and visual experience. It also has multiple interface options (VGA+HDMI+DP) and integrated USB3.0 hub that makes your connectivity easier. Boasting low energy consumption and less environmental impact, T24540 meets the latest green standards including Energy Star 6.0, TUV Green Mark, EPEAT Gold, and UL Environment Gold, etc
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How old are those? Led or ccfl backlight?
Not sure how old but w-led
bnwubnfguisr21/03/2019 10:42

How old are those? Led or ccfl backlight?


LED.

They have DP & USB3, so they aren't *that* old.
Probably circa 2013-2014*, like the three Dell U2412M's I picked up for <£30 e/a direct from a recycler.
In fact, looking at the specs, these might have exactly the same panels in them.

* Mar. 2015.

For 2nd-hand recycled hardware, £72 is at the very top end of what these should cost IMHO.
I suppose you're getting delivery included, and buying from a company that accepts returns.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 21st Mar
TehJumpingJawa21/03/2019 10:52

LED.They have DP & USB3, so they aren't *that* old.Probably circa …LED.They have DP & USB3, so they aren't *that* old.Probably circa 2013-2014*, like the three Dell U2412M's I picked up for <£30 e/a direct from a recycler.In fact, looking at the specs, these might have exactly the same panels in them.* Mar. 2015.For 2nd-hand recycled hardware, £72 is at the very top end of what these should cost IMHO.I suppose you're getting delivery included, and buying from a company that accepts returns.


Do you have a link to the Dell’s you picked up for <£30 please as would be interested in some. Thanks in advance
Jmc081221/03/2019 11:08

Do you have a link to the Dell’s you picked up for <£30 please as would be …Do you have a link to the Dell’s you picked up for <£30 please as would be interested in some. Thanks in advance


Asset Re-marketing in Stockport.
It was a few months ago through their weekly ebay auctions.
Obviously stock varies week to week, but they frequently get job lots of monitors* which they sell on individually. (*presumably from office clearances)

ebay.co.uk/itm…997
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 21st Mar
TehJumpingJawa21/03/2019 11:34

Asset Re-marketing in Stockport.It was a few months ago through their …Asset Re-marketing in Stockport.It was a few months ago through their weekly ebay auctions.Obviously stock varies week to week, but they frequently get job lots of monitors* which they sell on individually. (*presumably from office clearances) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ASR14311-Dell-UltraSharp-U2412Mb-24-034-LED-backlit-1920-x-1200-LCD-Monitor-/312424343997



Cheers for the info, I doubt they do have, but are there ever any 144hz monitors?
Stonking price for 1920x1200. Those few extra vertical pixels make a big difference to work area.
jablala21/03/2019 20:23

Cheers for the info, I doubt they do have, but are there ever any 144hz …Cheers for the info, I doubt they do have, but are there ever any 144hz monitors?


Not that I've seen, no.
Highest spec I've spotted has been a 4K/60hz, or ultra-wide 1440p/75hz.
High refresh rate is quite a new thing, and more importantly is of little interest to most businesses, so very unlikely to turn up in a recycler's inventory.

The best prices tend to be when they get a big batch of similar items in; they put them all in the same auction, which predictably saturates demand and brings prices down.

Case in point, when I bought those U2412M's, they were 3 out of a batch of around a dozen (just after xmas); each sold for £25-35.
A few weeks ago they had another, much smaller batch of the same monitor; this time selling for £50-60 each.
Supply & Demand in action.

I'm not really after anything in particular, but I keep an eye on their listings just to snag the occasional bargain.

Laser printers in particular seem criminally undervalued by those buying from recyclers.
I've picked up two so far; a B&W laser with 80% toner for £7, and a colour laser with built-in scanner & 50-90% toners for £20 !?
They both came with a half ream of paper too!

For those sorts of prices, I'll happily run their toners* to exhaustion & then replace. (*which incidentally, are high capacity business-class cartridges many times the capacity of most consumer-grade units)

Conversely, people seem to pay over the odds for their SSDs, and HDDs.
The SSD prices often approach that of discounted retail drives like those frequently posted on HUKD.
The HDD prices although below retail, don't IMO fully appreciate the wear & tear a business HDD is likely to have experienced, nor the lack of warranty for a component with moving parts & finite life.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 21st Mar
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TehJumpingJawa15 h, 25 m ago

Not that I've seen, no.Highest spec I've spotted has been a 4K/60hz, or …Not that I've seen, no.Highest spec I've spotted has been a 4K/60hz, or ultra-wide 1440p/75hz.High refresh rate is quite a new thing, and more importantly is of little interest to most businesses, so very unlikely to turn up in a recycler's inventory.The best prices tend to be when they get a big batch of similar items in; they put them all in the same auction, which predictably saturates demand and brings prices down.Case in point, when I bought those U2412M's, they were 3 out of a batch of around a dozen (just after xmas); each sold for £25-35.A few weeks ago they had another, much smaller batch of the same monitor; this time selling for £50-60 each.Supply & Demand in action.I'm not really after anything in particular, but I keep an eye on their listings just to snag the occasional bargain.Laser printers in particular seem criminally undervalued by those buying from recyclers.I've picked up two so far; a B&W laser with 80% toner for £7, and a colour laser with built-in scanner & 50-90% toners for £20 !?They both came with a half ream of paper too!For those sorts of prices, I'll happily run their toners* to exhaustion & then replace. (*which incidentally, are high capacity business-class cartridges many times the capacity of most consumer-grade units)Conversely, people seem to pay over the odds for their SSDs, and HDDs.The SSD prices often approach that of discounted retail drives like those frequently posted on HUKD.The HDD prices although below retail, don't IMO fully appreciate the wear & tear a business HDD is likely to have experienced, nor the lack of warranty for a component with moving parts & finite life.


Damn man, thank you for spreading your wisdom, will keep an eye out for them!
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