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LG W2261VP 22 inch LCD Monitor £127.80 delivered from Amazon
LG W2261VP 22 inch LCD Monitor £127.80 delivered from Amazon

LG W2261VP 22 inch LCD Monitor £127.80 delivered from Amazon

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Product Features
50,000:1 for High HD capability
5ms response time (grey-to-grey)
High resolution: 1920 x 1080
D-sub, DVI-D and HDMI input
300 cd/m2 brightness
Technical Details

Size - 22" Class (21.5" Diagonal)
Brightness - 300 cd/m2 (Typical)
Contrast Ratio - 50,000:1 (DFC*)
Viewing Angle - H : 170°, V : 160° (CR>10)
Response Time - 5ms (GTG)
Supported Colours - 16.7M Colours
Resolution - 1920 x 1080
Connector - D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI
Power Supply - 100~240V (56~75 Hz), LIPS (Integrated)
Dimension (W x D x H) - 519 x 193.2 x 387 (with stand)
Weight - 4.2kg (with stand)
Multimedia - FLATRON f EngineTM
Stand - Tilt angle 5° front, 17° rear

BTW, is D-sub a VGA connection?

Also, I can't seem to put up a picture for some reason. Not had this problem before.

22 Comments

Original Poster

Direct link doesn't seem to be working. Here it is:

amazon.co.uk/LG-…8-1
Edited by: "manoir" 21st Sep 2010

BTW, is D-sub a VGA connection?

YES

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Seems strange that in the description or specs it doesn't mention 3 years guarantee or what kind either.
Very pleased with my philips 24" monitor that I've had for a year now and is a 3 year on-site swap guarantee... paid around £150 for it from ebuyer last year.

Not a bad deal, shame it seems to lack RCA/component though. (I think?)

how does it compare to this Benq one?

thanks

KKSlider1337

Not a bad deal, shame it seems to lack RCA/component though. (I think?)



Its a Monitor, What else do you want, A Free Diamond Ring? Some people always try to figure out the negatives.

would this be good with a ps3? does that need HDCP?

Sagor

would this be good with a ps3? does that need HDCP?



I have the 23" and its great connecting the ps3 to it

Been trying to decide between this monitor and the Samsung B2230H for about a week now and I still can't decide.


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We've got 4 of these Samsung B2230H at work - seem pretty good to me. Not as nice as my 23" sammy, none too shabby. And despite initial appearances, they do actually TILT, with some brute force applied.

Bought one of these just over a year ago - stopped working recently. Now in the bin.

Can I plug a digibox into this and watch tv?

Pixmania doing the 2m response rate version for £120, better for gaming.

jamble

how does it compare to [url=this Benq one?]this Benq one?[/url]thanks



I'm also thinking of buying that monitor, Jamble.

The response time of the BenQ is better (2ms) - as to whether I'd really notice the difference between 5ms and 2ms is a whole different matter.

I was also tempted by this LG LED monitor for a few extra gold coins.
Edited by: "caligari" 22nd Sep 2010

This is better for the money: scan.co.uk/pro…960

and is £103.39 in the today only section.

dvi > hdmi adapters are very cheap too if you want hdmi.

good reviews on amazon also: amazon.co.uk/Ace…1-1


Edited by: "puj" 22nd Sep 2010

Excuse my ignorance here (I've been out of PC gaming etc for a while) - but DVI and HDMI result in identical pictures - but DVI doesn't carry the sound (which I'm guessing isn't a problem if you're using separate speakers)?

@ Puj - yes - that Acer was also on my short list. 4.5 stars from around 25 customer reviews on Amazon - not too shabby.

caligari

Excuse my ignorance here (I've been out of PC gaming etc for a while) - … Excuse my ignorance here (I've been out of PC gaming etc for a while) - but DVI and HDMI result in identical pictures - but DVI doesn't carry the sound (which I'm guessing isn't a problem if you're using separate speakers)?@ Puj - yes - that Acer was also on my short list. 4.5 stars from around 25 customer reviews on Amazon - not too shabby.



I have the acer and havent had any problems with it, i chose it over the lg and other ones i looked at due to its price and i think the stand looks better on the acer.
Edited by: "puj" 22nd Sep 2010

caligari

I'm also thinking of buying that monitor, Jamble.The response time of the … I'm also thinking of buying that monitor, Jamble.The response time of the BenQ is better (2ms) - as to whether I'd really notice the difference between 5ms and 2ms is a whole different matter.I was also tempted by [url=this LG LED monitor]this LG LED monitor[/url] for a few extra gold coins.



That's great to hear, I haven't heard much about Benq. With your comment in mind, I reckon I'll order it.

It's just for uni, so my 360 and laptop can be plugged in at the same time, and I looked at the DVI monitors and just think it's so much less hassle for audio if I get one with HDMI.

jamble

That's great to hear, I haven't heard much about Benq. With your comment … That's great to hear, I haven't heard much about Benq. With your comment in mind, I reckon I'll order it.It's just for uni, so my 360 and laptop can be plugged in at the same time, and I looked at the DVI monitors and just think it's so much less hassle for audio if I get one with HDMI.



I can't remember if we're allowed to link to Youtube on this site - but anyway, here's a short video review of the BenQ monitor.

ssmith9008

Pixmania doing the 2m response rate version for £120, better for gaming.



Just the mention of Pixmania fills me with dread - I think I'd go with this one!

Original Poster

I bought it and just set it up. It's awesome!
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