View Full Version : Flat screen monitors...

08-07-2004, 18:50:50
Anyone in the UK seen any good deals on 15" or 17" flat screen monitors lately?

09-07-2004, 06:48:08
How should I know?

The Mad Monk
09-07-2004, 07:36:42
You are The Vincent.

09-07-2004, 12:06:58
Overclockers generally do good prices..


maybe checkout www.pcpro.co.uk for reviews on the best value monitors.

10-07-2004, 08:50:14
try www.ebuyer.co.uk as well.

10-07-2004, 10:26:34
thanks everyone.

10-07-2004, 10:50:54
You're welcome

20-07-2004, 18:46:55
saw this, though you (read anyone) might be interested

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20-07-2004, 19:02:28
Cheers Nav, tell me a week after I get a new monitor....

Sir Penguin
20-07-2004, 20:15:48
Should have got a time machine instead.


20-07-2004, 20:24:07
*shakes fists at sky*

20-07-2004, 20:54:54
He should have got a... clock? What was that computer then? Doesn't it display the time?

21-07-2004, 09:25:19
so what did you get in the end?

21-07-2004, 15:20:28
A new monitor

21-07-2004, 15:25:41
Ouch, I hope it was a small one then!

22-07-2004, 07:00:52
In the end I went for a Videoseven L17PS. It seemed to have lots of good reviews on whatever website I bought it from. Quite cheap for a 17" too.