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£68.94 20" Arianet Widescreen Monitor

This monitor represents fastastic value for money; it is by far the cheapest monitor that can offer a WSXGA resolution (1650x1080 pixels).

The only downside to the L2041w is that it only has a VGA input. Ebuyer used to sell it for only £99.99 delivered and it comes with one year warranty. That was in April 2008.

Fast forward one year and you can get it for as little as £68.94 excluding delivery


- Model : L-2041W

- Panel Size : 20" Widescreen TFT LCD

- Resolution : 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA)

- Pixel Pitch : 0.258 x 0.258 mm

- Display Colors : 16.7M

- Brightness (cd/m2) : 300cd/m2

- Contrast Ratio : 1000:1

- Scan Frequency : H:30-82KHz V:56-76Hz

- Response time : 8ms

- Viewing Angle, H/V : 170 degree(H) / 160 degree(V)

- OSD language : English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

- Input Signal : VGA (D-sub 15pin)

- Internal Speaker : Built-in Stereo Speakers

- Other Feature: Kensington Lock

- Optional : DVI-D

- Power Supply : AC 100~240V, 50~60Hz

- Power Consumption : Max 54W, Standby 3W

- Net Weight : 5.8 Kg

- Wall Mountable 100mmx100mm

- Monitor Dimension (W*H*D mm) : 532 x 411 x 173 mm

- Carton Dimension (W*H*D mm) : 544.4 x 466 x 135.8 mm

- Regulation Safety&EMI: FCC, UL, CE, RoHS

You can buy this 20" Arianet Widescreen for £68.94. You can also find similar deals from our online price comparator.

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