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22" Widescreen TFT

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Just ordered mine at £191.29 inc vat and delivery. No DVI input, but 16.7 million colours (as opposed to 16:2) Seems to have quite good reviews. Not sure what spec graphics card will give you the 1680 x 1050 widescreen resolution though.
 

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Received today and I am very pleased with it. No dead or stuck pixels, beautiful 1680 x 1050 resolution. Very well packaged. Recommended.
 

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nice m8 aint they :) I didnt have any dead pixels either until about a week later :( 1 white and 1 black :(
u can have 7 dead (black/white) and 16 coloured (sub pixels) before they will exchange monitors I rang IIyama yesterday
 

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nice m8 aint they :) I didnt have any dead pixels either until about a week later :( 1 white and 1 black :(
u can have 7 dead (black/white) and 16 coloured (sub pixels) before they will exchange monitors I rang IIyama yesterday
Did you try this? If not it may be worh a try, especially if you had no pixel problems to start with. Sometimes all they need is some good exercise!


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I just think you need to get decent brands (sony , LG , pioneer ) when buying lcds or plasma as 1 you get a great picture with a good contrat ratio and to never seem to have a problem if they go wrong , its worth paying the extra
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tried that m8 the same :( its not that bad to be honest m8 ,Im just a fussy fecker hehe