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    How much is a 19" TFT worth these days?

    This is a personal thing, nothing to do with school
    Got a AG Neovo 19" 4:3 TFT, boxed, perfect condition, just wondering roughly what I should ask for it?

    Obviously prices have dropped a lot and I see that the cheap generic 19" TFT's are under £100 but the decent branded ones are about £150

    Could I be looking at £90-£100 or is that too high?

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    I think you would be looking at closer to £50 - £75

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    what sysman said.

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    a lot of people don't care about brands unfortunately... so I'd agree with the 50-75

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    If it's unused, I'd stretch to £100, but otherwise no more than £80 (because I can get a Viewsonic equivalent for £120).

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    Thats cool, I can live with £75/£80
    Thanks

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    you are joking! I'd push for £100 or more if its the hard glass ones, Neovo are a decent make, i sold one of these last year for £100 and that was used for 6 months and no box.

    on another note, just taken delivery of my 24" Dell 2408WFP..... *drools*

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    It really depends what condition it's in, what resolutions it's capable of and what colour it is (black/silver is the in thing). I would agree that £50 - £75 is spot on.

    Prices of screens have come down a lot, especially in the last year and a half

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcloum View Post
    on another note, just taken delivery of my 24" Dell 2408WFP..... *drools*
    I'm looking to get one of those. If you don't mind my asking, how much did that set you back?

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    Brand new, branded with three years warranty, £102.

    dabs.com - HannsG 19" Widescreen TFT Monitor (HW191D)

    22" Branded £137

    dabs.com - ViewSonic 20IN LCD WIDE 1680X1050 5MS VA2016W 2000:1 (VA2016W)

    19" in the high street costs around £100.

    So £55 - 65 tops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irazmus View Post
    I'm looking to get one of those. If you don't mind my asking, how much did that set you back?

    £425 with free delivery from ebay. Got 4yr on site warranty with dell.
    Last edited by mcloum; 22nd April 2008 at 05:12 PM.

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    AG Neovo 19"ers are very good monitors. I have one. They still make them, and they go new for around £200.

    They are by far the best hard glass screens I've come across!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcloum View Post
    £425 with free delivery from ebay. Got 4yr on site warranty with dell.
    I've been considering one of those to run alongside my 20" Dell Ultrasharp 2007WFP. Soooooo tempted but struggling to justify spending nearly £500 on a monitor.

    I still want one though

    What's the verdict on it then? Worth the cash?

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    Mmm, the 2007WFP. Best monitor I've ever used! Lovely S-IPS panel!

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    Ok, a hard glass one is a different matter, I'd stretch a bit for that (£150 used?)



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