View Full Version : Need to buy a 17" LCD monitor today...

25th July 2005, 04:55
I need to get a LCD monitor for my dad today. It seems that my brother has managed to kill his old one.

I don't know much about them, so I'll receommend whatever you guys suggest.

He'll be looking for a 17" (currently has 15") with DVI. I also think he'll want to spend < £200.

Any suggestions?

I'll probably bu from http://www.komplett.co.uk/

Fat Tone
25th July 2005, 04:59
If you need it urgently, Savastore have the best delivery I've ever come across!

Fat Tone
25th July 2005, 05:01
PS You can get a 19" Neovo for ~£185 that has DVI and ~16ms. I've bought about 20 and they seem fine for office work. Haven't tried moving fast images but should be good.

Fat Tone
25th July 2005, 05:05
http://www.savastore.com/productinfo/product.aspx?catalog_name=Savastore&product_id=10275476&pid=206 :)

25th July 2005, 05:09
Got an AG Neovo 19" with DVI here too. It's pretty good but not quite the same standard as my Dell 20". It seems to be the cheapest known-brand DVI monitor about.
Mine was from EBuyer, but they're out of stock.

25th July 2005, 06:34
I sell a lot of LG 17" LCD screens. I like them. Not sure how price competitive they are or how easy they are to get in the UK.

Fat Tone
25th July 2005, 06:38
I sell a lot of LG 17" LCD screens. I like them. Not sure how price competitive they are or how easy they are to get in the UK.

Schmosef, I just got a couple of LG L1713P's, can't say I'm impressed with the clarity or variations in brightness! Haven't tried on DVI yet though. Both appear identical on analogue.

25th July 2005, 06:50
hmm. Try LG L1780U. Its LG's new high-end screens. A bit on the expensive side but I've heard good things about it. I have a 1720B (the pervious generation high-end of LG) and the 1780u is supposed to be better in almost every aspect. And its not too expensive either... there is a 1780Q with 8ms that is a lot more expensive, but the physical features are the same...

My 1720B's brightness is crazy. I have to actually turn it down the brightness to "night: text" for normal usage... lol...

Fat Tone
25th July 2005, 06:55
I have a (relatively old) L1810B, which is great for office work apart from having had it replaced twice due to a gradually failing backlight!

25th July 2005, 07:01
I don't remember which model we're selling and I'm not at the office so I can't look it up right now.

We always use dvi by the way. I'm fully aware than not all LCD screens handle analog very well.

25th July 2005, 13:54
Cheers guys! He bought one from savastore, but had to pay an extra £15 for Highlands delivery!