TFT screen required

  Martin12 20:42 11 Mar 2006
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I am after a TFT screen with the following minimum specs:
17"
DVi input - hopefully cable included!!
12MS refresh mimimum
Screen tilt
Able to vary resolution

Finally, as cheap as possible!!! Any sites worth looking at?

  Stuartli 22:30 11 Mar 2006

My son got this recently from:

click here

It's a 19in and comes with the DV cable, worth around £15 to £20 on its own. Cracking monitor and around £187 delivered.

Alternatively, Scan's TodayOnly page is presently offering a choice of ViewSonic 17in models at various prices, plus a 19in at £172 including VAT:

click here

  Les 22:34 11 Mar 2006

Look here - click here

  Stuartli 23:50 11 Mar 2006

Expensive in view of the 19" AG Neovo F419 at £2 less...:-)

  GaT7 00:45 12 Mar 2006

Not too sure about the tilt screen though - check the specs:

* £141 - 19" Digimate L-1918 TFT 12ms with DVI 3 Year Manufacturers Warranty click here

* £151 - Digimate L1918 19" TFT 700:1 12ms (1280x1024) MultiMedia DVI Monitor 3 Years Warranty click here

* £162 - 19" Digimate L-1925 TFT 12ms with DVI 3 Year Manufacturers Warranty click here

* £175 BenQ FP91G+ 19" TFT 8ms 550:1 (1280 x 1024) DVI Monitor Silver/Black 3 years warranty click here

  Martin12 13:07 12 Mar 2006

Thanks for the ideas. I have looked at all of the above and a few others and have gone for the BenQ 19". I will report when it turns up.

  GaT7 21:34 12 Mar 2006

Yes, would be good to know what you think.

BenQ FP91G+ review click here - I could only find one independent review for it! It received excellent user reviews at eBuyer click here. G

  Martin12 22:14 16 Mar 2006

My BenQ FP91G+ has arrived. Connected up on DVI worked instantly, spectacular quality, made the right choice.

BUT- there are 2 dead pixels, 1 clear & 1 red, I am not that bothered at the moment, I will see how much in annoys me over the next few days.

  GaT7 23:16 16 Mar 2006

Try cleaning the screen (gently) - I've heard of instances where it was dust/fluff causing the problem! G

  PUNKA 13:43 18 Mar 2006

A Tip was to power up the screen,and using a cotton bud.VERY gently on the dead pixel area, in a circular motion will sometimes bring a possible result, but this is at your own risk there are no guarantees.Good Luck.

  PUNKA 13:43 18 Mar 2006

A Tip was to power up the screen,and using a cotton bud.VERY gently on the dead pixel area, in a circular motion will sometimes bring a possible result, but this is at your own risk there are no guarantees.Good Luck.

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