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Samsung 2243NWX 22" TFT Monitor 1680x1050 300cd/m2 8000:1 5ms VGA Black 3 Years On-site Warranty - £149 plus free delivery
Samsung 2243NWX 22" TFT Monitor 1680x1050 300cd/m2 8000:1 5ms VGA Black 3 Years On-site Warranty - £149 plus free delivery

Samsung 2243NWX 22" TFT Monitor 1680x1050 300cd/m2 8000:1 5ms VGA Black 3 Years On-site Warranty - £149 plus free delivery

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First post, so go easy on me......

Just noticed this on Ebuyer

Specs are: -

Display

Screen Size 56cm (22) Wide
Resolution 1680 x 1050
Brightness 300 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio DC 8,000:1 (1,000:1)
Response time 5ms
Viewing Angle(Horizontal/Vertical) 170˚/160˚ (CR>10)
Color Supported 16.7 Mil.
Signal Input

Video Signal Analog RGB
Sync. Signal Separate H/V, Composite, SOG
Connector 15pin D-SUB
Power

Power Consumption 45 Watts
Stand By Power (DPMS) Type Built-in
Features

Plug & Play DDC 2B
Multimedia Speakers No
Special Features MagicBright3, Off timer, Image Size Colour Effect,Customised key, MagicWizard & MagicTune with AssetManagement, Windows Vista Basic, Safe Mode (DownScaling in UXGA)
USB powered hub option No
Mac compatibility Yes
Wall-Mount VESA 75mm
TCO None
Cabinet Color High Glossy Black
Dimension

Product Dimension(With stand, WxHxD) 505.5 x 417.2 x 217.5mm
Product Dimension(Without Stand, WxHxD) 505.5 x 331.5 x 72.0mm
Shipment Dimension(WxHxD) 585.0 x 140.0 x 413.0mm
Weight

Product Weight 4.85Kg
Shipment Weight 6.45Kg
Stand

Function Tilt, Swivel
Type Simple

22 Comments

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Very tempted !

Cold as no DVI and just brought 22" Neovo one for £131 with DVI.

wildpete;2504300

Cold as no DVI and just brought 22" Neovo one for £131 with DVI.



pretty sure this has a better contrast ratio, still a good deal for a samsung, even tho VGA only, you'd still get excellent picture quality even if u use a DVI-VGA adaptor

wildpete;2504300

Cold as no DVI and just brought 22" Neovo one for £131 with DVI.



Yes, definitely cold. Have a look at the NEC posted a while ago if you want a good brand: hotukdeals.com/ite…-f/

EndlessWaves;2505067

Yes, definitely cold. Have a look at the NEC posted a while ago if you … Yes, definitely cold. Have a look at the NEC posted a while ago if you want a good brand: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/205343/22-widescreen-monitor-nec-lcd22wv-f/



eh? The samsung smokes the nec panel. Put them side by side and theres no comparison. The contrast ratio is much better. Still I'd look around for one with dvi,

no dvi?

EndlessWaves;2505067

Yes, definitely cold. Have a look at the NEC posted a while ago if you … Yes, definitely cold. Have a look at the NEC posted a while ago if you want a good brand: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/205343/22-widescreen-monitor-nec-lcd22wv-f/



Only 1 year warranty

not technically minded myself but what would i need DVI for.... i want a bedroom tv is this a computer monitor or tv

Far better monitor for £40 more and pick up at your local PC world, handy if something goes wrong!!

pcworld.co.uk/mar…906

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/product/500/FO/086906.jpg


* 22" Viewable Screen Size
* Widescreen
* 2msec Response Rate
* 300cd/m2 Brightness
* 3000:1 Contrast Ratio

IF you want a bedroom tv with all the inputs your gonna need for later, PS3 , XBox , DVD etc then have a look here.
hotukdeals.com/ite…634

margamboy;2505425

IF you want a bedroom tv with all the inputs your gonna need for later, … IF you want a bedroom tv with all the inputs your gonna need for later, PS3 , XBox , DVD etc then have a look here.http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/210440/samsung-pebble-sm2032mw-monitor-tv-/?p=2472634#post2472634



Nice one thanks

margamboy;2505368

Far better monitor for £40 more and pick up at your local PC world, handy … Far better monitor for £40 more and pick up at your local PC world, handy if something goes wrong!!http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/086906 * 22" Viewable Screen Size * Widescreen * 2msec Response Rate * 300cd/m2 Brightness * 3000:1 Contrast Ratio




I don't really understand why people make posts like this, if you're doing that you might as well start saying 'Well for £100 more you could get.....". And it'd never end.

fair enough if there's a better monitor for the same price, but there's always going to be better out there if you spend more cash.

And as for buying from PC world being handy if something goes wrong, I've never had anything but extremely bad customer services from PC world. While I'm sure others have had great service, I don't know anyone who has.

Hot from me, great price.

essexlad;2505180

eh? The samsung smokes the nec panel. Put them side by side and theres no … eh? The samsung smokes the nec panel. Put them side by side and theres no comparison. The contrast ratio is much better. Still I'd look around for one with dvi,



The contrast ratio on both is 1000:1 so it seems like both would be about the same unless you've got some actual measurements.

Are there any good prices on 4:3 screens? Widescreen is all well and good if you use your computer for watching movies, but for those of us who still use them for productivity work, 4:3 is far better. Especially considering how many people use dual screens, having two widescreens side by side means you have more than 3 times the horizontal resolution of the vertical!

I currently have two Samsung SyncMaster 204B (1600x1200 resolution) and the screen area is great. Unfortunately one of them has developed a horizontal line across it (like a perfect horizontal row of dead pixels but different, they do change colour but completely the wrong colours, probably due to the electronics), which is enough of an annoyance that it's been relegated to the second display. The primary display doesn't have the same quality of colour as the other one, no matter how much I adjust. Amazing considering they're the same model -- they were bought about 18 months apart, and the newer (poorer quality) one is silver instead of black. I wonder if Samsung cheekily switched to a lower quality panel without changing the model number?

Anyway back to the point. I'm considering swapping out both so I can have two identical, good quality, 100% working screens. Must be 4:3 and have DVI (there is a difference at these resolutions!), at least 1600x1200 resolution. Any suggestions? Thanks!

TINCAN;2505345

not technically minded myself but what would i need DVI for.... i want a … not technically minded myself but what would i need DVI for.... i want a bedroom tv is this a computer monitor or tv



this is a computer monitor as it only has VGA and no tv tuner built in.

Hmm the Neovo has to be better as 20 quid cheaper. I own one and I can vouch for it. I use for my 360, at work we use Samsungs for the PS3's....no difference in quality.

Wotan;2505729

I don't really understand why people make posts like this, if you're … I don't really understand why people make posts like this, if you're doing that you might as well start saying 'Well for £100 more you could get.....". And it'd never end.fair enough if there's a better monitor for the same price, but there's always going to be better out there if you spend more cash. And as for buying from PC world being handy if something goes wrong, I've never had anything but extremely bad customer services from PC world. While I'm sure others have had great service, I don't know anyone who has.Hot from me, great price.



To some people £40 may seem a lot but to me a 2ms response time is worth £40 on its own, then factor in DVI, one of the posts on here asked if there was DVI and someone needed DVI so I offered another option for £40 and PC World I agree can be no better than buying online but at least you can see the screen in the flesh and buy it there and then if you need it in a hurry.

Paul_M;2505973

Are there any good prices on 4:3 screens? Widescreen is all well and good … Are there any good prices on 4:3 screens? Widescreen is all well and good if you use your computer for watching movies, but for those of us who still use them for productivity work, 4:3 is far better. Especially considering how many people use dual screens, having two widescreens side by side means you have more than 3 times the horizontal resolution of the vertical!Anyway back to the point. I'm considering swapping out both so I can have two identical, good quality, 100% working screens. Must be 4:3 and have DVI (there is a difference at these resolutions!), at least 1600x1200 resolution. Any suggestions? Thanks!



I do agree with you there, widescreen is nice but for work a decent amount of vertical space is prefered. Unfortunately the upcoming trend seems to be TV format 16:9 monitors which are even shorter than normal widescreens.

I've not seen any non-widescreens above 20" so for more than 1200 vertical resolution on a single monitor you're looking at spending £850+ on a 30"

The problem with samsung is that they try to produce panels that will do well in reviews. Then when everyone wants one, they outsource the panels so that they are different but do not change the product code, thus you get a ****** panel that you would not have bought had it been reviewed that way.

If the samsung panel gets a **** review, then you can bet if its not even the samsung panel its gonna be even worse.

Not voting on this either way, just adding my 2p.

ice.

Better deal IMO: ebuyer.com/pro…051

LG W2242S 22" TFT Monitor 1680x1050 8000:1 300cd/m2 5ms VGA Silver/Black 3 Years Warranty
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0143051_C0000012_P0000000.jpg


No DVI either, but just as good a make IMO and has a three years warranty and much cheaper.

in my oppinion. excellent deal. voted hot...

This is pretty good tbh, plus it's Samsung.
Yeh, there probably are better deals but this is still a strong buy

Besides, I would prefer to have Samsung than something I can't even pronounce that's made of recycled carboard They're reliable tbh.
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