Philips E-line 234EL2SB Full HD WLED LCD 23" HDMI Monitor with Speakers for only £119.99 delivered @ ebuyer
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Philips E-line 234EL2SB Full HD WLED LCD 23" HDMI Monitor with Speakers for only £119.99 delivered @ ebuyer

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Found 31st May 2011
This big, elegant 234EL2 HDMI Full HD multimedia LED display with stylish SmartTouch controls is ready to immerse you in the gaming and movie world.

Product Description: Philips E-line 234EL2SB - LCD display - TFT - 23"
Device Type: LCD display / TFT active matrix - WLED backlight
Colour: Glossy black
Dimensions (WxDxH): 56.6 cm x 22.5 cm x 43.5 cm - with stand
Weight: 4.6 kg
Diagonal Size: 23" - widescreen
Dot Pitch / Pixel Pitch: 0.272 mm
Max Resolution: 1920 x 1080 / 60 Hz
Video Format: 1080p (FullHD)
Display Positions Adjustments: Tilt
Colour Support: 16.7 million colours
Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Response Time: 5 ms
Image Brightness: 250 cd/m2
Image Contrast Ratio: 20000000:1 (dynamic)
Digital Video Standard: Digital Visual Interface (DVI), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Audio Output: Speaker(s) - stereo - integrated
Signal Input: HDMI, DVI-D, VGA
Compliant Standards: Plug and Play, FCC Class B certified, CE, UL, BSMI, GOST, cUL, DDC/CI, RoHS
Power: AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Consumption Operational: 22.9 Watt
Environmental Standards: ENERGY STAR Qualified

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Original Poster

Not if you buy this monitor, besides, its late and I'm tired

nice looking monitor at a great price. i have a 22inch full HD Samsung monitor for gaming but was thinking of something a little bit bigger - this would be perfect except for the 5ms response time compared to my Samsung's 2ms. voted hot

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Amended the scrolling issue - hope this helps. Off to bed now.

I was just looking at this an hour ago lmao. I'm gonna order 1 later I'm going asleep now

Just ordered coming on Wednesday. Gonna use it for my ps3

nice price

decent price for 23" led... tempted, not sure if worth upgrade from 22" LCD..

Ordered - good deal. £10 cheaper than my aborted purchase from Crescent - who never had stock despite taking my money!

Brilliant price

hot but I just bought a 22" acer

damn this place...always another hot offer round the corner

Hot, but when are 27" monitors like this going to be cheaper?!

Would this work as a TV, when connected to a Sky+HD box?

qwerta369

Would this work as a TV, when connected to a Sky+HD box?



What he said.

rubbish for fps games only 60hz

Anyone found any reviews for this yet? Cant find much on Google

andrewt

rubbish for fps games only 60hz




Huh?

andrewt

rubbish for fps games only 60hz



Guess what? Black ops is the only game I'll be playing on it I got it for my ps3 btw, it should be alright though

Is there a big difference between 5ms and 2ms?

Just ordered one .... thanks.

JasperTheTank

Anyone found any reviews for this yet? Cant find much on Google



It's good jasper, I've looked around and I haven't seen any negative reviews yet. Or you could wait until tomorrow when mine comes and I'll tell you if it's ok

I am considering this for my pc monitor but is there a minimum viewing distance these days for screens ie will I be too close on a desktop set up and will all the pixels show up?
Thanks

Good deal and I like the Philips with low power consumption but what about this amazon.co.uk/Tos…ics
Edited by: "Cro_Baron" 31st May 2011

Qasim7

Is there a big difference between 5ms and 2ms?



About 3ms X)

Cro_Baron

Good deal and I like the Philips with low power consumption but what … Good deal and I like the Philips with low power consumption but what about this [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FToshiba-22DV500B-22-inch-Widescreen-Freeview%2Fdp%2FB004RZVWZ6%2Fref%3Ddp_return_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26n%3D560798%26s%3Delectronics]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-22DV500B-22-inch-Widescreen-Freeview/dp/B004RZVWZ6/ref=dp_return_1?ie=UTF8&n=560798&s=electronics[/url]



The Tosh is smaller, lower resolution and a TV.
Not really comparable

davidone

Hot, but when are 27" monitors like this going to be cheaper?!


At the moment I think most of the 27" monitors are IPS panels. Not sure you would really want a big TN screen due to the colour shift.

Hm, this or this for PC & PS3 gaming... (I know I could do better but I'm on a budget of no more than £120)

They only had 45 this morning at 7.00am and now they are showing 440.

It seems a bit fishy unless that have just had a delivery

Chinny_racoon

At the moment I think most of the 27" monitors are IPS panels. Not sure … At the moment I think most of the 27" monitors are IPS panels. Not sure you would really want a big TN screen due to the colour shift.



TN and STN are cheapest, VA (MVA, PVA, S-PVA etc) better, IPS (E-IPS, S-IPS and H-IPS) are best, in general, for colour rendition and viewing angle, but the panel speed gets slower and price goes up.

VA is considered to be a good compromise on colour quality, speed and viewing angle, and AFAIK is preferred panel type for Samsung. Panasonic use IPS for 32" and above. Philips and LG use IPS on some models but you have to check carefully.

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Paul
Edited by: "speculatrix" 31st May 2011

joerob1972

They only had 45 this morning at 7.00am and now they are showing 440.It … They only had 45 this morning at 7.00am and now they are showing 440.It seems a bit fishy unless that have just had a delivery



Ebuyer up to their old tricks again....? (_;)

andrewt

rubbish for fps games only 60hz




Go learn the difference between refresh rates and response times.

My 7year old 17" LCD flat screen packed in at the weekend, this is a perfect buy!


I might invest in a decent graphics card to take advantage of it!

Heat added!!

Plug in a tesco £30.00 HD box( which is sssslow to boot) and yes, hd tv. I did read a philips monitor review which complained about flimsy quality, but i'm always reluctant to believe such flimsy remarks.
I've just bought a dell for considerably more but would have had a go at this for the price. I had a samsung 22" monitor tv which had a very good picture, better than the dell, from tesco, 10 months and white and lilac screen so reluctant to replace with the same. Good luck in your choosing

Pandabear24

Hm, this or … Hm, this or [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FBenQ-G2222HDL-21-5-inch-Widescreen-Back-Light%2Fdp%2FB002UJ31A0%2Fref%3Dcm_cr_pr_product_top]this[/url] for PC & PS3 gaming... (I know I could do better but I'm on a budget of no more than £120)



I'd say it would come down to whether you want 22 inch or 23 inch, both seem pretty similar side by side in spec

Sorry to pipe up again but has anyone got a monitor this size on a desktop and is it ok?

Crazy bob very funny but you know what I mean. Is there a big difference between 2ms and 5ms when watching films and playing games? Some people say a person cannot notice the difference while others say you can.

CrazyBob

About 3ms X)



I was sooo tempted.

Nice monitor BTW, might just order one.

DonsBo

Sorry to pipe up again but has anyone got a monitor this size on a … Sorry to pipe up again but has anyone got a monitor this size on a desktop and is it ok?



I have a 23" Acer and it's perfect. Obviously I'd prefer 27", but I have a 32" TV mounted above my monitor so there's no real need at the moment.

RandomUsername

Guess what? Black ops is the only game I'll be playing on it I got it … Guess what? Black ops is the only game I'll be playing on it I got it for my ps3 btw, it should be alright though



Don't want to get my head bitten off here, but I think that the refresh rate does make a difference, this is based on playing TF2 on 120hz and at 60hz, on the same monitor (so the same response time). I am probably wrong, but my house-mates (both of whom are pro gamers) think it does look 'smoother' at 120hz.
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