centrelatch 17:09 20 Jan 2005

hello room... I am shortly going to buy a new 17 " TFT monitor and i have my eye on liyama prolite E431S or the E435s has anyone just purchased any of these? if so are they a good buy?. Also can anyone recommend any other monitors........Thanks

  Stuartli 18:02 20 Jan 2005

iiyama makes cracking monitors...:-)

  Sir Radfordin 18:15 20 Jan 2005

Not too sure if 'cracking' is the best way to describe a monitor ;) but liyama do have a very good reputation and good customer service. Just check for things like DVI (and if you get a cable) and also the maximum resolution supported.

  mac donald 21:26 20 Jan 2005

I got iiyama e435s momitor from pc world for £199 its great for games.

  freaky 21:27 20 Jan 2005

Yes, I bought an Iiyma Prolite E435S last month, excellent.

I bought this in preference to the E431S because : -

(a) Faster response time.
(b) You can tilt the screen.
(c) More powerful speakers.

You will need to buy a DVI cable because they only supply a VGA.

The default resolution as with all 17" TFT's is 1280 x 1024.

  HXP 22:54 20 Jan 2005

I have a sharp TFT no dead pixels very good screen - try and get one with a 16ms refresh or better if poss & as someone else said DVI although mine also has an analogue input.


  dw54711 00:16 21 Jan 2005

I have just purchased an Iiyama E435S and its great. The Customer Service from Iiyama is second to none. It also has a 10ms response time.

  Stuartli 10:09 21 Jan 2005

I bought two iiyama 17in S702GT monitors (CRT) in 1999, one for me and the other for one of the offspring.

Both are used daily - mine is on for 10 hours a day or more - and have proved faultless.

The display quality is first class and, in the case of my own monitor, the original setup configuration has never required modifying; the brightness and contrast settings are also exactly as first set six years ago.

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