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Good budget 19" monitor

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by ReTrO, Apr 12, 2002.

  1. ReTrO

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    I require a good budget 19" monitor, under £200 if possible, max £250. I'm going to use it as my primary display device for TV/DVD viewing at Uni, and a main display for my HCPC.

    Looking at the Iiyama 1451 at the moment which is about £185.

    Cheers for any replies.

    And no I can't afford a Princetown 32" 16:9 monitor! ($1,600)
     
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    I would personally recommend Hansol. I've built a lot of PCs for friends and Hansol offer the best price/performance ratio available.

    E- B(eware)uyer do a good flattie for £205
     
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    Here in Ireland, Lydl are doing a Targa 19" .25 dot pitch monitor for €249, approx £150 sterling.

    Don't know much about it though. Are there Lydl outlets in the UK?
     
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    cclcomputes do a nice one by CTX . 19" Invar Shadow Mask FST . quite resonable at 175 quid
     
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    I got one of these IIyama monitors to replace the 15" my girlfriend was using. Recommended.
     
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    Take a look at www.digi-uk.com
    Refubished Sony monitors with warranty at extremely good prices.
     
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    Ordered the Iiyama.
     

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