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      10.03.2011 20:55
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      If you 'need' a small screen for everything, get this!

      A year and a half ago I moved into a city flat with a mate, and had to downsize a number of possessions, one of which was my TV. As I was moving from a 3 bedroom house to essentially a rented room, I decided to start looking for a TV/monitor. So i set out looking for something I could use for EVERYTHING!

      My searching didn't take long before I found this TV, which suited my needs almost perfectly. The list of inputs is amazing, and allowed me to hook everything I had upto it, with the added benefit of built in freeview.

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      The list of inputs is about as good as you could ever want, there is a regular aerial input (coax), which feeds both the TV and DTV (freeview). There are two standard scart connections, a VGA and a DVI connection with 3.5 audio input connection for the sound, allowing for two PC's to be connected at the same time, which probably won't prove to be too useful to too many, but for me is great. Two HDMI's, so I can have both Xbox and PS3 connected at the same time with an optical output for the audio if desired. There is also a Component input for another HD source. A USB connection is present for displaying pictures and playing mp3 from a flash drive. There is also a standard 3.5 audio out for headphones on the side panel.

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      The picture quality is very good. I won't go into the all the detailed geeky specifications here, as you've probably already seen them on the product description page, but this TV has a 1080p panel, with a good contrast ratio so the picture is always crisp and clear, with big bold colours, and very black blacks.

      Before I bought this, I was a bit concerned about what the standard terrestrial TV would look like on such a high resolution [1080p] screen, but after first setup I was extremely pleased with the quality I received.

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      Along with all of the connections and amazing 1080p screen mentioned above the TV tilts quite a lot up and down so you can see it form where ever you mount it. One thing I will say on this, is that if you sit looking up at it, the picture becomes darker, so you must ensure you set the angle to a suitable level for viewing.

      It is also possible to wall mount it, but the wall bracket is sold separately.

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      One of the things that surprised me about the TV was when I first opened the box and lifted the TV out I found that there were all sorts of connection cables included. It comes with a mains adaptor (Standard 'kettle' lead), a VGA cable, and a DVI cable with a 3.5 audio cable for PC audio. Much more than I expected or have ever got before, it even came with batteries for the remote.

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      I purchased this TV in July of 2009 for just under £200. Searching now it can be had for around £155. It's just a shame a good 32" TV can be had for not a lot more, which makes the price of a 22" seem very expensive comparing the price of a 22" and 32" screen. But if you 'need' a smaller screen like I did, with all the connection I would take a look at this one, of course if you don't need all the connections you can get the 'monitor-only' version for a considerably smaller price.


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      In summary I am very happy with what I got, I literarily use it for everything, and it works great. I'm even considering getting a 2nd one.

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  • Product Details

    22" wide format monitor TV with pivot design various AV/TV functions with speakers.

    Technical Data

    Product Description: LG M227WDP - LCD monitor - 21.5"
    Device Type: LCD monitor - 21.5"
    Panel Type: TN
    Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 16:9
    Native Resolution: FullHD 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
    Pixel Pitch: 0.24825 mm
    Brightness: 300 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 20000:1 (dynamic)
    Response Time: 5 ms
    Colour Support: 16.7 million colours
    Input Connectors: HDMI, DVI-D, VGA
    Digital TV Tuner: DVB-T
    Display Position Adjustments: Tilt
    Colour: Black
    Dimensions (WxDxH): 52 cm x 19.3 cm x 40 cm
    Weight: 4.7 kg
    Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7
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