everythingsuk 11:46 01 Jan 2003
  everythingsuk 11:46 01 Jan 2003

i have found an offer at a local PC giant for the philips 150S3F

click here;jsessionid=CPFUO4U1WSHUACRQNE2RYVAKGBUCWHD0?divId=0&groupId=PCSTUFF&catId=MONITORS_CAT&subCatId=14_15INCHFLATPANEL&productId=150S3F_05

sorry dont know how to do links

anyways, it is said to have the worlds smallest footprint of a monitor and it looks fab and very thin framed which i want, its only 199 instead of 270 or something, but it looks low down, dont know if it is height ajustable, this could b a real problem

any comments on it? also what about the mitac one at pcworld priced at 199 and the proview at 189? any comments on those??



  everythingsuk 11:50 01 Jan 2003

oops, ok the web thing is this without the WWW caus that makes click here appear:


  everythingsuk 12:05 01 Jan 2003

the offer ends today... :-s


  Gongoozler 12:50 01 Jan 2003

everythingsuk, I think just under £200 is getting to be common for an entry level 15" TFT display. PC World (click here) have the ProView monitor at £189 inc vat, and Dabs (click here) have the DabsValue monitor at £189.01 inc vat (Quicklinx: 243ZWS) and the Philips at £198.57.

  everythingsuk 13:18 01 Jan 2003

i want a very slim monitor - i hate the thick edges of the cheap TFTs the PHILIPS is very slender, but i dont know if its height adjustable, its normally very expensive.
if i bought his one, how CHEAP CAN TFTS GO IN THE FUTURE? ie how much would a 15" SLIM tft be by june (birthday)


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