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21.5" Samsung SE450 Series 1920x1080 5ms LED Monitor EXPIRED

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HP.com has 21.5" Samsung SE450 Series 1920x1080 5ms LED Monitor on sale at 2 for $99 when you change the quantity to 2 in cart and apply coupon code 2SE450. Shipping is free.

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Deal Instructions:
  1. Add 21.5" Samsung SE450 Series 1920x1080 5ms LED Monitor to cart.
  2. Proceed to cart.
  3. Change quantity to 2
  4. Apply coupon code 2SE450
  5. Proceed to checkout
  6. Price will be $99 + Free Shipping

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time: 5ms GtG
  • Brightness: 250 nits
  • Panel Type: TN
  • Inputs:
    • 2x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 1x DVI-D
    • 1x VGA

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  • Comes with 3-year limited Samsung manufacturer warranty.
  • HP.com will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 30 days after delivery.
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SE450 Series Desktop Monitor [hp.com] - 2 for $99 with code 2SE450 + FS @ HP

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gunjarya2 asked this question on 11-27-2020 at 11:36 AM
11-27-2020 at 12:32 PM
The answer is No and the listed Signal input connectors are:
- 1 VGA
- 2 DisplayPort™ 1.2
- 1 DVI-D
11-27-2020 at 12:39 PM
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It's a $49 monitor... what are you expecting
i'm not trying to be that guy, but no hdmi?
At this price I'm tempted to build a matrix style monitor setup just for fun.

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thanks OP. Almost pulled the trigger at the last sale, but held out. I'm glad I did. Trying to build a 3 monitor system for my son and getting 3 of these for 178.50 after tax should allow me to get a better GPU for him
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TN panel.... I'll pass.
It's a $49 monitor... what are you expecting
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Would be decent for a cheap triple monitor setup as the side monitors.
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At this price I'm tempted to build a matrix style monitor setup just for fun.
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For a Black Friday slickdeal on a small 21" desktop monitor with 1000:1 static contrast ratio, IPS is a reasonable expectation nowadays. I recently bought a Dell 24" IPS for $79. Yes, more expensive but also bigger.

But if you're OK with TN then go for it.
Other than viewing angle better on IPS, is there anything better on IPS than VA? I don't care much about viewing angle since its primarily used for office work. Anything else I need to look for?
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Other than viewing angle better on IPS, is there anything better on IPS than VA? I don't care much about viewing angle since its primarily used for office work. Anything else I need to look for?
This is TN, not VA. IPS is also significantly better at color reproduction. For office work I would definitely get IPS if you are going to be looking at the monitor hours on end.

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i'm not trying to be that guy, but no hdmi?
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wonder if these would be good to build some retro arcade machines with?
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So this doesn't have hdmi? My laptop only has hdmi, that sucks.
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For a Black Friday slickdeal on a small 21" desktop monitor with 1000:1 static contrast ratio, IPS is a reasonable expectation nowadays. I recently bought a Dell 24" IPS for $79. Yes, more expensive but also bigger.

But if you're OK with TN then go for it.
Can you point me towards than mythical $50 21" monitor?
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So this doesn't have hdmi? My laptop only has hdmi, that sucks.
Buy an adapter, super cheap
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