• New Monitor £70
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I need a new monitor within a 70 pound range that supports dvi i, any ideas. I would prefer its wide screen but its not essensial.
Oh god not another one of your threads. The last one was bad enough.
Too cheap.
[QUOTE=Chubbs;34431579]Oh god not another one of your threads. The last one was bad enough.[/QUOTE] And you're settings a good example of a "good" post/thread, are you? @OP It's very unlikely you'll find a new monitor under £70 with P&P. You'll probably want to look into second hand monitors being sold near you. You can usually pick up some second hand 17" screens for about £40 from some people just looking to get rid. Try searching on loot.com or stuff4sale.eu.
How much shoud i need?
[QUOTE=cdlink14;34431720]And your settings a good example of a "good" post/thread, are you? @OP It's very unlikely you'll find a new monitor under £70 with P&P. You'll probably want to look into second hand monitors being sold near you. You can usually pick up some second hand 17" screens for about £40 from some people just looking to get rid. Try searching on loot.com or stuff4sale.eu.[/QUOTE] Did you experience his last thread? He spent ages arguing with people over what sensitivity settings to use on a mouse. [editline]28th January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Ooops: 404;34431882]How much shoud i need?[/QUOTE] You can get an IPS panel for about £120.
I got my monitor for 70 quid from this guy down the road which had a thing for my sister. I also got a ps3 for 60 quid. That is the only thing my sister has ever been useful for.
[QUOTE=Chubbs;34432373]Did you experience his [B]last thread[/B]? He spent ages arguing with people over what sensitivity settings to use on a mouse. [/QUOTE] That's his last thread. And doesn't mean this thread has to turn out the same.
[QUOTE=cdlink14;34433217]That's his last thread. And doesn't mean this thread has to turn out the same.[/QUOTE] Thanks!
[QUOTE=Chubbs;34432373]Did you experience his last thread? He spent ages arguing with people over what sensitivity settings to use on a mouse. [editline]28th January 2012[/editline] You can get an IPS panel for about £120.[/QUOTE] Maybe a cheap eIPS panel, big deal. You're sacrificing response times black levels and contrast for viewing angles.
[url]http://www.scan.co.uk/savedbasket/2d3e9cacc4e247ec88cc11e389850e5e[/url] Is what im thinking on.
Have you tried looking on eBay? edit: shit, looked at the title again just as I was posting, didn't see the 'New' at first glance.
Amazon currently sell some monitors within your price range. However they won't be of the best standard. And by the looks of it, they don't support DVI. [quote]Oh god not another one of your threads. The last one was bad enough.[/quote] Maybe avoiding bringing up discussion of the old thread would prevent it again....
Bought one, /thread.
I know I'm late to the party, but for anybody looking [url]http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360429169053&clk_rvr_id=311188107698[/url] ACER TFT Monitor for £50 refurbished, from Argos outlet.
[QUOTE=Jasun;34446743]I know I'm late to the party, but for anybody looking [url]http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360429169053&clk_rvr_id=311188107698[/url] ACER TFT Monitor for £50 refurbished, from Argos outlet.[/QUOTE] Enjoy your color banding if it's an Acer.
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