14" TFT, How much and where?

  TECHNODIMWIT 18:53 14 Mar 2004

any ideas as to where i can find a cheap 14" TFT monitor.

It`s to replace a 15" crt in the kids room and the desk isn`t to big.

many thanks


  caast©? 19:09 14 Mar 2004

I am sure you will get some good options where to buy cheapest

Scan are usually pretty cheap click here

just do a search for tft 14" cheapest on google

  radi8or 19:35 14 Mar 2004


PCWorld have a Proview 14" TFT £170 OR have a browse on ebay

regards Bob

  TECHNODIMWIT 19:43 14 Mar 2004

thanks caast©?, still wading through kelkoo,

radi8or, have seen that one,

But i think Ebuyer had one cheaper, and have now discontinued it.

Back to kelkoo


  Rayuk 19:51 14 Mar 2004

A 15" tft is small enough to replace a 15" crt as I think you will find it hard to trace a new 14" model.

  TECHNODIMWIT 07:40 15 Mar 2004

Thanks for your help, i didn`t realise there was so few models in 14"


Needing a small TFT for the a Niece (11 yrs) I have been searching high and low and have come up with only two "Cheap" options - first the Proview from PC World and second Argos (cant remember the make) but again it was around £180.00) Should be able to trace it in the catalogue.

  Stuartli 09:00 15 Mar 2004

It's probably because the difference in prices between a 14in and a 15in TFT is so small it's not worth buying the 14in.

  byfordr 09:32 15 Mar 2004

It may be worth spending a little bit more, not all tfts are created equal! click here click here click here


  TECHNODIMWIT 18:08 16 Mar 2004

found 1 made by proview discounted from £180 to £160 because the power lead was missing.
not the unit radi8or and Smiffy99 had seen but one i hadnt seen before.
The kids are mightily impressed.

Again thanks for helping.

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