Monday, March 28th 2011

HANNSG Introduces the HL245 LED Monitor

HANNSG is pleased to announce its latest entry into the HL series of LED monitors - introducing the new HL245. The HL monitor series combines the energy efficiency and design advantages of LED technology, with HANNSG's own proprietary display technologies and an affordable price tag. At £135.99 inc. VAT, the HL245 is a first choice, wallet friendly solution for office and home use.

The new LED monitor from HANNSG sports a 23.6" anti-glare display, featuring a full HD friendly 1920 x 1080 native resolution (16:9 ratio). It has a 15000000:1 dynamic contrast ratio delivering a crisp precise picture quality and a sensational viewing experience no matter what content is thrown at it.

With the advantages of LED technology included, the HL245 is sleek and slim. Finished in a matt black, with a traditional design, the monitor makes no fashion statements - it is simply a monitor by name and by nature. The practical design incorporates DVI-D (with HDCP support) and VGA connectivity, and includes tilt functionality with a robust stand. The HL245 also boasts a super wide 170º viewing angle to ensure versatile visibility.

LED backlighting technology: increases a monitors green credentials and increases a display's lifespan. The HL245 is around 20% more energy efficient than its LCD counterparts and is much more recycling friendly as it doesn't contain hazardous materials such as Mercury.

The HL245 is available now, £135.99 Inc. VAT from www.ebuyer.com. A 3 yr on-site swap out manufacturers' warranty is supplied as standard.

"HANNSG has sold over 1 Million monitors in the UK market since 2006."

Main Features:
  • Display Size: 23.6" Widescreen
  • Brightness: 250cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio (typ.): 1000:1
  • X-Contrast (dyn.) 15000000:1
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Response Time: 5ms (typ.)
  • Display Colours: 16.7M
  • Display Surface: Anti Glare
  • Viewing Angles: H/V 170º/160º
  • Inputs: VGA, Audio, DVI-D (HDCP)
  • Energy Star 5.0
  • Dimensions (mm): 560 (w) x 405 (d) x 200 (h)
  • Tilt: -5º~15º
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11 Comments on HANNSG Introduces the HL245 LED Monitor

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Wouldnt mind some reviews on this
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#4
jamesrt2004
I want a 24" 19020x1200 IPS LED..... not much I ask for =(
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inferKNOX
How good are Hanns G. monitors really?
I've been considering a 26-28" monitor from them with 1920x1200, but don't quite know what to make of them in terms of quality, etc.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: inferKNOX
How good are Hanns G. monitors really?
I've been considering a 26-28" monitor from them with 1920x1200, but don't quite know what to make of them in terms of quality, etc.
they are great quality. its just the brand itself thats not as well known as the other bigger names that have been around for a while
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inferKNOX
by: FreedomEclipse
they are great quality. its just the brand itself thats not as well known as the other bigger names that have been around for a while
I'm all for supporting the underdog, but what has put it into question for me is that I've seen a couple of their 28" monitors only with VGA & HDMI inputs, no DVI. What up with that?!:wtf:
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: inferKNOX
I'm all for supporting the underdog, but what has put it into question for me is that I've seen a couple of their 28" monitors only with VGA & HDMI inputs, no DVI. What up with that?!:wtf:
Budget -- check the price on their monitors. their not very expensive and to give you a monitor at that price, corners have to be cut.

HannsG fills a small gap in the budget market. Unfortunately 'cheap' usually means bad quality for most people so they avoid it and spend more money on a Samsung, HP, Dell or NEC (etc etc) screen.

but not all cheap is bad.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
No idea, It works for me. maybe its because your in south africa and they have but in a regional IP block/ban or something. Try accessing the site through a proxy or try a different browser
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