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    AG Neovo F419 19" TFT review

    My old P1500 21" CRT was dying so i needed a new monitor, so i got a:
    AG Neovo F419 19" TFT 12ms 500:1 (1280x1024) (Analogue/DVI) Monitor - Black (3 Years Warranty)

    It has a good looking screen with slim black bezel which goes well with my black setup. Picture quality is excellent, no dead pixels (AG Neovo's policy is NOT zero dead pixels for a replacement) with both analogue and DVI cables included. Stand tilts are detachable to allow wall mounting. My only gripe is that the stand is a bit flimsy and doesn't allow you to tilt left/right but that's not a problem tbh.
    Took me seconds to hook up the DVI and get the recent drivers.

    I do many hours on a monitor every day (wink wink) including quite a bit of work, so colour reproduction and clarity is very important to me, but I eventually decided that LCDs have progressed enough to be worthy of consideration. Well, I really did consider for over 6 months and saw many, many monitors in that time!
    I dithered and dithered, but having read a reviews of this monitor (including a great one in PC Pro) I had been keeping my eye on the white version of the F419 for a while but then suddenly this black model dropped in price, so I decided to finally bite the bullet! It is christmas

    The set up via the buttons on the bottom right of the bezel is fiddly, but how often do you do it? Unless you are into graphics, pressing the auto button will do the job - simple.
    Specs:
    * Contrast Ratio - 500:1
    * Brightness - 250 cd/m
    * Response Time - 12 ms
    * Dot Pitch - 0.294 mm
    * Max. Resolution - 1280 x 1024
    * Color Depth - 24-bit (16.7M Colors)
    * Digital Video Input Standard - DVI-D
    * Analogue Input Standard - D-Sub
    * Resolutions supported - 1024 x 768 • 1280 x 1024 • 640 x 480 • 832 x 624
    * Synchronization Range - Vertical - 50 - 75 Hz
    * Synchronization Range - Horizontal - 24 - 80 kHz
    * Max. Viewing Angle - Horizontal - 170
    * Max. Viewing Angle - Vertical - 170
    * Native (Recommended) Resolution - 1280 x 1024
    * Regulatory Approval - FCC Class B • ISO 13406-2 (Pixel defect guidelines) • TCO-99 • TUV-GS • UL • cUL • CB • BSMI Dimensions
    * Width - 16.6 in.
    * Depth - 8.7 in.
    * Height - 16.2 in.
    * Weight - 14.3 lb.
    * 3 Year Warranty
    For £180 i was expecting a worse image display than my old 21" CRT but it's great! TFTs have come a long way and this is an great monitor for the money. So guys if you are thinking about getting one - this gets my vote.

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    Great monitors. Where did you get it mate? What is it like for playing games? Ta

    EDIT: Just noticed your link!!!

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    Use that monitor at work, great piece of kit, not tried it on games!

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    I have had one for a few months now, my first TFT and I cannot fault it. I tried some games and the limit comes from my video card, certainly not the AG Neovo.
    Well worht the money.

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    This looks promising - can you do a bit of gaming and watch some dvd's on it to give us an idea of the performance.
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    I fancy this too, as an upgrade to my 15" TFT

    so this monitor has DVI and VGA sockets on it?
    Last edited by dannyboy83; 05-01-2006 at 01:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy83
    I fancy this too, as an upgrade to my 15" TFT

    so this monitor has DVI and VGA sockets on it?
    Yes, and cables supplied.

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    It is a great monitor. I have set one up and it comes with all the cables needed, DVI too. Picture was awesome. Not seen it playing games but general talk is that there is no problems in that area.

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    lol Howard. Wish I could have two

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    U buying one dannyboy83?

    Wish Scan would stock it!! I would rather buy from them anyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iranu
    This looks promising - can you do a bit of gaming and watch some dvd's on it to give us an idea of the performance.
    Been watching Videos and playing alot of WoW on it. It does the job fine - no complaints for £180!

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