24" Hyundai Widescreen - Full HD compatible - 1080p
W241D, USB Hub, Height Adjustable, Rotatable, tiltable, pivotable.
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Description:The cream of the crop of Hyundai monitors, this flagship is as good as it gets. With a superior PVA panel, a 6ms response time and a built in USB hub - this display has everything you need.
Feutures such as a height adjustable, rotatable, tiltable and pivotable base make it at home in the studio, office or home.
|Warranty Type||On-Site or Swap Out|
|Manufacturer Phone||0870 1423460|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||1|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Review by Steve
Recieved my monitor just over a week ago.Bought mainly as a screen to use with my xbox 360.All i can say is wow when it comes to it's display capabilities and what the hell when it comes to it's sound capabilities!!Although when you whack it through your stereo or something like that then it aint a problem.All in all very happy with it,just 1 other thing worth mentioning is the touch sensitive controls.Perhaps if the buttons were coloured differently it may be better.But apart from this and the poor sound i can't grumble.557 of 1026 people rated this review as helpful
Buy This Monitor by kuub
Just received my Hyundai 241D (The day after ordering it). All I can say is, if you're thinking of upgrading to this display, do it. Deep blacks, bright colours, no ghosting, and an S-PVA panel. Looks good, works good, and it's huge (sorry Dell 2408WFP).
As people have already mentioned in some of the forums, the touch-sensitive buttons on the front are a bit invisible and tricky to get the hang of. But if like me you don't change you're monitor settings all that often, this isn't realy an issue.
Gaming-wise, I tried playing Oblivion to test the refresh rate, and that seemed totally fine. Having the video settings maxed out and using the highest resolution (1920 by 1200 i think it is) brought my NVidia 8800 GTX to it's knee's though, and it did get jerky at times - but i'm pretty cirtain that was purely the graphics cards' fault, and nothing to do with the monitor. The graphics though, phew... spectacular. You really have to see it to believe it. Was running around inside a temple and the place looked real. Can't really give a very hardcore report into the gaming aptitude of this monitor though, because like I said, my card couldn't keep up.
Films look amazing, and are where this monitor can really show-off it's potential.
In conclusion, this monitor is a beauty. I spent a long time researching stats and reading reviews to finally narrow my search down to this model, but I'm glad I did. The only real problem now is finding enough HD content to feed it, and ensuring the graphics cards can handle all that pixel real-estate. But that's another story.