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LG W2240S - TFT LCD 21.5" VGA Monitor - £89.99 @ Ebuyer
LG W2240S - TFT LCD 21.5" VGA Monitor - £89.99 @ Ebuyer

LG W2240S - TFT LCD 21.5" VGA Monitor - £89.99 @ Ebuyer

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£25 off the rate for this top end monitor. Thinking of canceling my order with Cresent for the Acer deal as this is really nice for a few £ more

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Original Poster

Add to this an impeccably beautiful glossy finish and your world of entertainment never looked so good
With glossy surfaces and smooth flowing lines, LG W40 series has a refined design that is captivating in every direction
The soft and sensuous design is perfected by an asymmetric power LED, which is usually featured only in premium models

Product Description - LG W2240S - LCD display - TFT - 21.5"
Dimensions (WxDxH) - 53 cm x 21 cm x 41.1 cm - with stand
Weight - 3.8 kg
Power - AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Device Type - LCD display / TFT active matrix
Diagonal Size - 21.5" - widescreen
Max Resolution - 1920 x 1080 / 60 Hz
Image Aspect Ratio - 16:9
Compliant Standards - Plug and Play, FCC Class B certified, CE, UL, TUV GS, cUL, DDC-2B, SEMKO
Power Consumption Operational - 40 Watt
Colour Support - 16.7 million colours
Image Brightness - 300 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio - 70000:1 (dynamic)
Response Time - 5 ms
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch - 0.248 mm
Video Format - 1080p (FullHD)
Signal Input - VGA
Display Positions Adjustments - Tilt

Only downside is VGA only. That said my multi screen setup uses VGA and DVI for two identical monitors and I can't tell any difference in quality.

Other downside is its ebuyer , after having my last monitor order cancelled when they were showing over 100 in stock .

Only VGA input but a great spec for that price if you only ever intend using it with your PC.
Hot for me

Original Poster

snoopy18

Other downside is its ebuyer , after having my last monitor order … Other downside is its ebuyer , after having my last monitor order cancelled when they were showing over 100 in stock .



That was a mis-price rather than a genuine offer like this. Sure these will be honoured

sibeer

That was a mis-price rather than a genuine offer like this. Sure these … That was a mis-price rather than a genuine offer like this. Sure these will be honoured



So you think that they mis-priced at least three different monitors, and also managed to promote the misprice widely as an Easter Special Offer? LOL. sure.

Ebuyer - cold.

Tenji

[quote=sibeer]So you think that they mis-priced at least three different … [quote=sibeer]So you think that they mis-priced at least three different monitors, and also managed to promote the misprice widely as an Easter Special Offer? LOL. sure.


Yes, well if you missed yesterday's £99 eMachine bargain that is now sitting on my desk because eBuyer declined your business once (or is it three times) then pity you. Frankly I've dealt with eBuyer since they were a tiny company a decade a go. Given me less trouble then any other online supplier.

They make mistakes and they fix them. I'm sure being a loyal customer helps. I'm not sure you are the type of customer any business really wants ... and losing out on this or any other good deal 'cos you have a bitch is plain silly. Grow up!

Having said that I really don't need this (like the eMachine) but at this price I can't resist it ;-)

I'm glad you've had good service. I haven't, so I have a right to express my opinion and vote how I see fit. You vote your way and I'll vote mine.

Ebuyer immediately took my money for an offer that was fictitious and stock that was non-existent, but I haven't yet been refunded. If they pay me my money plus interest, then I would consider it fixed. But that ain't gonna happen is it?

Still, you are correct. Businesses would far rather target customers like you who buy things they don't need.

Ebuyer are c****.

If you have any sort of moral compass you'll avoid.
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