Monitors for PC

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morcar

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Looking around for a new monitor for my pc but i am unable to find onr that i really like the specs. I have 150 quid to play with and this is what i wanted for a monitor.

Has to be HD Ready
HDCP - This is not a must but it would be nice to have it.
DVI-D ports (never used them but i hear they produce a better picture)
Must be online for me to buy.

Thats basicly it hope someone can help.
 

AndyLandy

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Looking around for a new monitor for my pc but i am unable to find onr that i really like the specs. I have 150 quid to play with and this is what i wanted for a monitor.

Has to be HD Ready
HDCP - This is not a must but it would be nice to have it.
DVI-D ports (never used them but i hear they produce a better picture)
Must be online for me to buy.

Thats basicly it hope someone can help.

What you really want is a monitor with an HDMI input. That's backwards-compatible with DVI-D and is implicitly HD-ready and supports HDCP.

Have a look at ebuyer.com or svp.co.uk. SVP have a Fujitsu 22" that's within your price range.
 

scrappysphinx

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I bought my Samsung T200HD from eBuyer for £170 inc p&p. 20" Widescreen Full HD with HDMI, VGA, DVI & Component connections but also doubled as a TV which was great for miggy use too. The monitor is Fantastic although the Scart input quality is questionable.

Mike
 
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