Samsung S24B150BL 23.6 inch LED Monitor - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Samsung S24B150BL 23.6 inch LED Monitor - £99.99 @ Amazon

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Found 27th May 2013
I know, cold not IPS, but good price for a 24" Samsung monitor IMO.


23.6" (16:9) Screen Size
LED Type
200cd/m2 Brightness
Mega ∞ DCR (Static 1000:1) Contrast Ratio
1,920 x 1,080 Resolution
5ms Response Time
90°/65° Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)
16.7M Color Support

Design

High Glossy Black
Simple Stand Type
Tilt Stand Function

Power

100-240V (50/60hz) Power Supply
30W(Typ.) Power Consumption
0.3W(Typ.) Power Consumption (DPMS)
0.3W(Typ.) Power Consumption (Stand-by)
External Adaptor Type

23 Comments

Good price, is this MVA/PVA or TN?

Original Poster

Can't find anything stating specifically, but I assume it's going to be TN

Do I need electricity to run this?

Cold, not 4k

no hdmi connector, you could use a dvi to hdmi adapter though.

DVI & VGA only?

Jess very nice Looking for a 24-27" LCD atm so this fits quite good.

hajj_3

no hdmi connector, you could use a dvi to hdmi adapter though.



or an hdmi to dvi cable.

ive got the hdmi version of this! cant complain tbh.

Crasky

Do I need electricity to run this?



No, you need diced lions.

90°/65° Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)



that better be a typo

Apparently it isn't

taras

that better be a typo



That viewing angle is fine if the monitor is directly in front of you - which it will be for the vast majority of users.

Crasky

Do I need electricity to run this?



One charge lasts a lifetime

Banned

how many hdmi ports?

serious question, how would this compare to the cheap IPS screens that have been on here for 15-25% more?

PR1

serious question, how would this compare to the cheap IPS screens that … serious question, how would this compare to the cheap IPS screens that have been on here for 15-25% more?



ips no colour shifting = this will colour shift quite quickly bad if ur using it as a second monitor

this will also be 6bit plus 2 bit frame rate control to create 16.7 colours, ips won't do that so no shimmering with colours.

200 cd/m2 brightness? Wow, that's very poor indeed. Heat for price, cold for spec.

It's a bad monitor but a good price. I won't be voting, but to anyone on the fence, pay the premium and get a decent one.

I would pay a little extra and go for an LG IPS. Viewing angle and colour accuracy is well worth it to be honest.

Using this monitor now. The stand isn't adjustable and is tilted forward too much, not the end of the world but quite annoying.

£117.97 now, expired
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