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19" Hyundai Imagequest Q995 Silver

Stock may vary from item pictured. Retail pictures do not guarantee retail products.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 9803  
Stock code: MON-19-Q995SI
Manuf. code: Q995
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A 19" Monitor with the footprint of a 17".
Stlyish Black and Silver to match your case!

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer hyundai
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website
Manufacturer Phone 0870 1423460
Warranty Start Delay (days) 14

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Comment by james hawkins

my thanks for a speedy service and the brill monitor. shall be looking in again and passing on your ad. thats if you don't mind. Kind regards Jim.

Response by On-In
:) pleasure

Comment by Rob

Hiya, just wondered the physical dimensions of this monitor .... footprint of a 17" is a big claim !

Response by StuartP
446(17.5") x465.5(18.3") x 464(18.2")mm

Comment by Roy

which would be better for fast moving dvd and fast games this or the arianet fastxs 17 tft, and would this be bright enough to easily view games ive got a 2 yr old packard bell/nec ci a727 and everything is turned up full to give a bright picture

Response by Rob D
It's a matter of taste really - they will both serve th purpose very well.

Comment by Ian

Got one of these recently for a new self-build project. I like it! The colour scheme (silver over black) looks really cool, the physical size of this 19" is almost the same as my old 17" monitor, and the colour depth and clarity of the display is superb. Definitely one for a big tick on the VFM column! Only one observation I would make - you don't know this monitor is On until you start up your PC; it doesn't activate until it gets a video signal, so it is easy to think that the monitor is faulty. This little snippet of info is not easily found, so hopefully this will make others more readily aware of this.

Response by Rob D
That is the same with any modern monitor - it's called power management! Gald you're happy with it! :)

Comment by James

Been thinking about getting one of these for a while now, only one left once it is sold will there be more?

Response by Rob D
Yes, there should be.
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