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Incredible priced 23" LCD with Analogue and DVI

 
 
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      5th Feb 2011
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/251517


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  • LCD panel type: TFT-LCD
  • Panel Size: 23 inch/58.4 cm
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9
  • Optimum resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
  • Response time (typical): 5 ms
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m
  • SmartContrast: 500,000:1
  • Pixel pitch: 0.265 x 0.265 mm
  • Viewing angle: 176 (H)/170 (V), @ C/R > 5
  • Picture enhancement: SmartImage
  • Lite Display colours: 16.7 M
  • Scanning Frequency: 3083 kHz (H)/5675 Hz (V) s
  • RGB: Yes

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  • Signal Input: VGA (Analogue), DVI-D (digital, HDCP)
  • Sync Input: Separate Sync, Sync on Green

 
 
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      5th Feb 2011
I saw that.

It's 130.00 with free 5 day delivery or 8.35 for next working day delivery, btw.

My daughter's 19" w/DVD cost 150.00 about 18 months ago for contrast, Sainsburys own brand.

 
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A shame it does not have HDMI aswell really

But at that price I don't think they will last long on the shelves considering the brand

 
 
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      5th Feb 2011
I agree, is a great price, I bought a 23" HP S2331a Monitor for 150.10 (lol did a typo just then, typed 15.10 for a second) of Amazon and knew that to be a very good price.

One thing though, the HP I have does have a better look in my opinion, but if you just care about a monitor doing its job, then buy the one in the link.

My HP doesn't have HDMI either, just standard Analogue and the DVI. Might invest in a HDMI monitor in the near future as my Asus GTX580 card supports it.

 
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Hang on, I'm some kinda numb nuts

Dunno how but I thought it was a telly, hence reference to my daughter's TV/DVD.

It's a monitor isn't it?

Duh

A fair price.

 
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      5th Feb 2011
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Hang on, I'm some kinda numb nuts

Dunno how but I thought it was a telly, hence reference to my daughter's TV/DVD.

It's a monitor isn't it?

Duh

A fair price.
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      18th Jul 2011
Did you not look at the spec

Convenience
  • User convenience: SmartImage lite, Input, Power On/Off, 4:3 / Wide, Menu
  • OSD Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish
  • Other convenience: VESA mount (100 x 100 mm), Kensington lock
  • Plug and Play Compatibility: DDC/CI, Windows 7 / Vista, Mac OS X, sRGB
IT is a PC monitor

 
 
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