Philips 226V4LAB/00 cheap Full HD 1080p LED monitor £73.99 @ CCLOnline
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Philips 226V4LAB/00 cheap Full HD 1080p LED monitor £73.99 @ CCLOnline

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Found 17th Mar
I would say this is perfect for anyone looking for a very cheap 1080p LED monitor.
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  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
  • Fast 5ms Response Time
  • 250cd/m2 Brightness
  • Built-in Speakers
  • VESA Mount Support
  • Inputs: VGA and DVI
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    Dillz_31 m ago

    What did you want them to say?


    Any information, or at least the size (21.5") would have been useful
    19 Comments
    Heck of a lazy deal post OP, this should be freezing cold.
    Original Poster
    pimpMe1 h, 44 m ago

    Heck of a lazy deal post OP, this should be freezing cold.


    What's the issue?
    pimpMe2 h, 4 m ago

    Heck of a lazy deal post OP, this should be freezing cold.


    What did you want them to say?
    Dillz_31 m ago

    What did you want them to say?


    Any information, or at least the size (21.5") would have been useful
    pimpMe5 h, 42 m ago

    Heck of a lazy deal post OP, this should be freezing cold.


    Behave drama queen, it's a superb deal.

    Heat added.
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    Shame no HDMI
    Good deal. Thanks for posting
    why built in speakers, but not display port?
    Alfresco7 h, 55 m ago

    Any information, or at least the size (21.5") would have been useful


    If you see the model number you will know the size...
    kisumku1 h, 10 m ago

    If you see the model number you will know the size...


    Well yes, yes of course. Anyone who speaky de English should know that the 22 in 226V4LAB/00 means it's 21.5", but it would be helpful to have clarification for those who don't. Preferably in braille as we shouldn't discriminate!
    Alfresco36 m ago

    Well yes, yes of course. Anyone who speaky de English should know that the …Well yes, yes of course. Anyone who speaky de English should know that the 22 in 226V4LAB/00 means it's 21.5", but it would be helpful to have clarification for those who don't. Preferably in braille as we shouldn't discriminate!


    Agree it would be helpful to have more details. But that doesn't justify your first comment to expect freezing cold.
    You really should put the screen size in title, or at least description, OP. Most fundamental of specs for a monitor
    Can you guys chill out?
    Original Poster
    Alfresco16 h, 30 m ago

    Any information, or at least the size (21.5") would have been useful


    You do realize the post has a link for you to click and see the specs, do you? And it loads in milliseconds....It took me 1-2 minutes to add this deal, but you won't click and lose few milliseconds to read the specs. Who is the lazy one?
    Any hdmi input ones
    kisumku9 h, 18 m ago

    Agree it would be helpful to have more details. But that doesn't justify …Agree it would be helpful to have more details. But that doesn't justify your first comment to expect freezing cold.


    That wasn't my comment. I'm just stoking the flames.
    CosminD833 h, 13 m ago

    You do realize the post has a link for you to click and see the specs, do …You do realize the post has a link for you to click and see the specs, do you? And it loads in milliseconds....It took me 1-2 minutes to add this deal, but you won't click and lose few milliseconds to read the specs. Who is the lazy one?


    Ohhh you can click the link? Thanks for the tip....

    I didn't call you lazy BTW. I answered a question from someone asking what else to expect. Size is a reasonable expectation for a monitor deal. A couple of inches makes a big difference
    Edited by: "Alfresco" 18th Mar
    Alfresco24 m ago

    That wasn't my comment. I'm just stoking the flames.


    Oops apologies
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