LG 22M38A 21.5" Full HD Monitor - £72.96 @ Ebuyer
255°

LG 22M38A 21.5" Full HD Monitor - £72.96 @ Ebuyer

11
Found 4th Nov
Technical Specification

Display


  • Size (Inch): 21.5"
  • Panel Type: TN
  • Colour Gamut (CIE1931): 72%
  • Colour Depth (Number of Colours): 16.7M
  • Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.248x0.248
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Brightness: 200cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio (Original): 600:1
  • (DFC): Mega
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Surface Treatment: Anti-Glare, 3H
  • Viewing Angle (CR≥10): 90/65
Input/Output


  • VGA
Power


  • Type: Adaptor
  • Input: 100~240Vac, 50/60Hz
  • Normal On (EPA): 18W
  • Normal On (Typ.): 23W
  • Sleep Mode (Max): 0.3W
Stand


  • Base Detachable: Yes
  • Tilt (Angle): -5°~20°
Dimensions


  • Set (With Stand): W 508.5 x D 186.7 x H 386.5
  • Set (Without Stand): W 508.5 x D 56.8 x H 315.7
  • VESA 75 x 75
Features


  • Picture Mode
  • Reader Mode
  • Original Ratio
  • DDC/CI
  • Intelligent Auto (Auto Adjustment)
  • Key Lock
  • Plug & Play
  • Colour Weakness
  • Flicker Safe
  • Smart Energy Saving
  • 4 Screen Split
  • On Screen Control

Top comments

LOL, is this from the 90s?
TN display
Massive bezels
VGA input
5ms response time

Wouldn't pay £10 for this tbh. You can find these kind of displays going for free at charity shops
11 Comments

Useless for gaming

Good price, but unfortunately vga only.

LOL, is this from the 90s?
TN display
Massive bezels
VGA input
5ms response time

Wouldn't pay £10 for this tbh. You can find these kind of displays going for free at charity shops

Codify1 h, 1 m ago

LOL, is this from the 90s?TN displayMassive bezelsVGA input5ms response …LOL, is this from the 90s?TN displayMassive bezelsVGA input5ms response timeWouldn't pay £10 for this tbh. You can find these kind of displays going for free at charity shops

They're around a fiver

When you consider that the screen is the main interface with your PC for most to buy this when for £30 more you could get a 23/24" IPS screen with digital inputs seem dumb unless you have specigic needs.

Codify3 h, 51 m ago

LOL, is this from the 90s?TN displayMassive bezelsVGA input5ms response …LOL, is this from the 90s?TN displayMassive bezelsVGA input5ms response timeWouldn't pay £10 for this tbh. You can find these kind of displays going for free at charity shops


Please direct me to the charity shop that gives away HD monitors for free.

Still a crap deal tho.

The problem is that people primarily buy on price alone, so this appears to meet their limited requirements of lowest price and full HD. I suspect the majority of buyers of this won't know what HDMI or DVI is let alone response times.

Having sold to the public I know from experience that many don't or won't see the perceived benefits from spending a little more to get a lot more in return.

I'd agree that it's well worth spending another £30 - £40 to get something that is better for something you'll stare at for thousands of hours. But I'll still vot hot for a cheap, usable, basic screen that will sell.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 5th Nov

spannerzone5th Nov

The problem is that people primarily buy on price alone, so this appears …The problem is that people primarily buy on price alone, so this appears to meet their limited requirements of lowest price and full HD. I suspect the majority of buyers of this won't know what HDMI or DVI is let alone response times.Having sold to the public I know from experience that many don't or won't see the perceived benefits from spending a little more to get a lot more in return.I'd agree that it's well worth spending another £30 - £40 to get something that is better for something you'll stare at for thousands of hours. But I'll still vot hot for a cheap, usable, basic screen that will sell.



It's not objectively a better idea/deal to spend X more and get Y more benefits. You're suggesting it is. If a person only requires a 21.5" VGA monitor with a TN panel, what would be the benefit of anything more at a higher price?
Edited by: "Tarquin8484" 7th Nov

Tarquin84846 h, 26 m ago

It's not objectively a better idea/deal to spend X more and get Y more …It's not objectively a better idea/deal to spend X more and get Y more benefits. You're suggesting it is. If a person only requires a 21.5" VGA monitor with a TN panel, what would be the benefit of anything more at a higher price?


I guess you're right to some extent, it all comes down to our individual expectations and requirements, I'd pay a bit more to get more connectivity and (hopefully) and better performing panel but suspect many people won't care as long as it produces usable results, which this will. This is exceptional value for something that'll probably last 7 years or more.

Of course me paying a 'bit more' could be another £30 to £50 so a fair amount more considering the price of this. As always it's horses for courses.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 7th Nov
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text