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Free Delivery BenQ E2200HD 21.5" 1920x1080/1080p Full HD Glossy Black LCD Speaker Monitor $209

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Screen Size 21.5" Wide
Color Glossy Black
Resolution 1920x1080
Pixel Pitch 0.248
Brightness 300 cd/㎡
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 (DCR:10000:1 )
Response Time 5ms / 2ms(GTG)
Display Area 476.64x268.11 (mm))
Color 16.7 million
Viewing Angle 170/160 (L/R;U/D) (CR>=10)
Input Connector D-sub / DVI-D/ HDM1.3 / Audio in / Headphone Jack
Horizontal Frequency 34 ~ 94 (KHz)
Vertical Frequency (Hz) 50 ~ 85 (Hz)
Video Bandwidth (MHZ) 25 ~ 205 (MHz)
Colour Temperature Settings Reddish / Normal/ Bluish / user mode
Power Consumption 45W(max)
Power Supply Built-in
Power Supply 2 x1W
Features Senseye+Photo
VIsta Premium Certification
Built-in Speakers 1Wx2
Kensington Lock
VESA wall mounting 100 x 100 mm

Adjustments (down/up) Tilt -5/20 (down/up)
Dimensions(W x H x D) 522.8x407.8x186.8 (mm)
Weight 5.2 kg
Accessories (Standard) Quick start guide
User manual CD
VGA, audio cable
Remarks *Both the video source—such as a PC, PlayStation 3 or media player—and the LCD monitor must support HDCP to play back protected content on HD- DVD or Blu-ray Discs via an HDMI connection. If either device lacks an HDCP chip, image quality may be reduced or playback may not even be possible. Most current PCs’ graphic cards are HDCP-compliant and support output over HDMI partially.
Vista Certification Premium

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  • +3 votes

    FYI CentreCom has a G2220HD monitor for $169 (but no free delivery)
    http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/product_info.php?sort=2a...

    and many places has it's bigger brother, the 24" G2420HD, for $200ish.

    Only difference between the G2220HD and the E2200HD is the speakers. (G series do not have speakers.)

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      Would you recommend the the G2420HD or the E2420HD? I'm thinking of buying either/or.

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        Well, the E2420HD series are entertainment units (meant for the living room) so if you have a computer and Xbox/PS3 side by side and want to use a single screen for both of them, buy the E2420HD since it has dual HDMI input support.
        Two other things the E has over the G is the built in speakers and built in USB hub.

        The G2420HD only has a single HDMI input, and also no built in speakers or USB hub.

  • +2 votes

    yeh i bought this at MSY for $216 2 years ago.

    • +1 vote

      Ditto… with the improved Exchange Rate since then, why are monitors stuck at:
      1) this price-point
      2) this size (fair enough to keep them at $200ish, but surely we should be at 24" being the standard for $200ish by now?)

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    this is an excellent monitor and great price. i have the 24" version paid $350 for it. i use my xbox 360 on it and my pc, works great.

    highly reccomend for only $209 you get full hd gaming.

  • +3 votes

    I got this about 2 years ago around $220
    It's a great monitor

    But there are better monitors out in the market for extra $20-30
    I'm using this and Dell U2311H (bought it when it was on sale for $249 inc. free delivery 2 weeks ago. LOVING IT)

    If you don't really care about built-in speakers
    Get something else.

    At MSY
    24” 2ms LG W2442PA-PF $285
    23” 2ms DVI LG 2353V-PF $188

    No reason to be stuck with 3 year old monitor when you can get something else.

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    the price has stuck because its still a very good monitor. they had some at MSY last week, i asked them and they said its still very popular and people love it for the spare room with a xbox or ps3 in it.

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    the price has stuck because its still a very good monitor. they had some at MSY last week, i asked them and they said its still very popular and people love it for the spare room with a xbox or ps3 in it.

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    not a bargain

  • +2 votes

    but really how is this better than the acer x243hbmid, it's 24in, matte full hd with speakers and you can get it for around the same price.

  • +1 vote

    crap price

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    man when will daily gizmo learn, they need to offer actual bargains, had gripes about them before, they've never really had anything cheaper than everyone else..

    great potential but no go…

    get the guy from pricesengine to do your buying/pricing model!

  • -1 vote

    Why hasn't anyone negged yet? lol

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    Not a good price for a 22" monitor

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