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    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_arc...ilips_240pw9eb
    Heard its selling for 700++ at sls
    Anyone using this?
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    the bezel looks huge...

    but at 700, think alot cheaper than dell's 2408, but minus the hdmi svideo component etc feature...

    probably for those using it only for pc.
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    I just got this 24" IPS Monitor @ 739.
    Great colors and price ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by myloplex View Post
    I just got this 24" IPS Monitor @ 739.
    Great colors and price ...
    its IPS?
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    ahhh, i am looking for the HP 2475, cos i think the bezel is thinner, if this is thin, i'd get 2...

    any white color bezels?
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    Yup IPS Panel ..quite affordable for a hobbyist and not a pro user.
    - Launch price was 800+ but coz of economy they decided to drop it to 739 -> This is what the Philips salesman said.
    - Does not look as nice as samsung etc... however it sits at home so I don't mind the design.
    Those keen
    - There is a philips display booth at level 3 or 4 of SLS.
    - Test and see the monitor there.
    - They will direct you to Fuwell if you decide to buy.
    - Cost $739
    - No freebies

    Drawback .. abit big ...must sit further away

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    Quote Originally Posted by myloplex View Post
    Yup IPS Panel ..quite affordable for a hobbyist and not a pro user.
    - Launch price was 800+ but coz of economy they decided to drop it to 739 -> This is what the Philips salesman said.
    - Does not look as nice as samsung etc... however it sits at home so I don't mind the design.
    Those keen
    - There is a philips display booth at level 3 or 4 of SLS.
    - Test and see the monitor there.
    - They will direct you to Fuwell if you decide to buy.
    - Cost $739
    - No freebies

    Drawback .. abit big ...must sit further away
    btw, saw on potterhouse online that there is built in speakers, is it there?

    i'm thinking of stacking 2 together, 1 on top of another, so i'm looking for thin bezel, hopefully white, cos match my layout... not those ivory white, but like those samsung kinda porcelain white...

    probably will put top as 180 degree inverted... must go SLS see...
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    I manage to try it out at SLS last week during launch. Looks very promising for editing work. Pretty good looking too considering it's from philips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splutter View Post
    I manage to try it out at SLS last week during launch. Looks very promising for editing work. Pretty good looking too considering it's from philips.
    thought its still the same look like my 5 year old philips monitor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    btw, saw on potterhouse online that there is built in speakers, is it there?

    i'm thinking of stacking 2 together, 1 on top of another, so i'm looking for thin bezel, hopefully white, cos match my layout... not those ivory white, but like those samsung kinda porcelain white...

    probably will put top as 180 degree inverted... must go SLS see...
    Isit ? Never opened the manual to read if there are speakers ... :P

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    probably potterhouse made a mistake...

    can help me measure how thick is the bezel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    probably potterhouse made a mistake...

    can help me measure how thick is the bezel?
    Hmm i think its 1.7"

    Hope this helps:
    http://www.consumer.philips.com/cons...or+240PW9EB-69

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    Effective viewing area 518.4 mm x 324 mm
    Set Width 559 mm
    Set Height 381 mm
    Set Depth 75 mm

    wah... 40mm width, divide by 2 = 20mm...
    57mm, estimate 25mm height, if heng, 20mm on top too... so stack 2, 40mm distance... kinda jialat...

    depth 75mm, lucky the vesa mount is 100x100, not 100x200 like other monitors i looking at, which cannot mount on the dual monitor mount.
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    bezel too big la.

    quite a turn off leh, when u put 2 side by side.
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    Hi, since you guys are talking about monitors.
    Is this worth getting?
    You feedback is appreciated. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luntut View Post
    bezel too big la.

    quite a turn off leh, when u put 2 side by side.
    You guys put 2 side by side to what kinda work? Video editing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoakm View Post
    Hi, since you guys are talking about monitors.
    Is this worth getting?
    You feedback is appreciated. Thanks!

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    dunno leh, read up IPS better than PVA which the Dell is, then dell is more ex but got more features like HDMI, Svid, component, etc... philips only DVI & VGA which i only use DVI...

    so i'm more interested into getting philips now, cos can't find the HP one, which is the same philips panel with hdmi, and other connections, thinner bezel too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by myloplex View Post
    You guys put 2 side by side to what kinda work? Video editing?
    he put side by side, i put top down... hahha... but most likely the top 1 will be 180 degree rotated.

    i'm more into having multiple windows for 3D programs and other coding stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    dunno leh, read up IPS better than PVA which the Dell is, then dell is more ex but got more features like HDMI, Svid, component, etc... philips only DVI & VGA which i only use DVI...

    so i'm more interested into getting philips now, cos can't find the HP one, which is the same philips panel with hdmi, and other connections, thinner bezel too...
    Thanks for the input....my intention to get the monitor to pair with my new rig at the end of the year. Most probably will be running HDMI videos more often. The extra inputs from the monitor will assist me in one point or other. Most probably will be more affordable to me if I pay through installment.

    I have a 22" wide screen philips LCD, not HDMI, see if you are interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myloplex View Post
    You guys put 2 side by side to what kinda work? Video editing?
    Serious work



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