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smartmind0007

Broken In
i want to buy led monitor within 7k bucks. but i would like to know the difference between HD and non HD monitor. also the function of HDMI in monitor. and will i be able to grab one with the above mentioned features within my budget?? thnx in adv :)
 
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MyGeekTips

script-kiddie geek
Definition of High Definition:

High Definition is largely a fluid term, taking the shape of a lot of different containers, with the only real meaning being something with a significantly increased picture quality and clarity based on the resolution of the monitor in question. For this reason, High Definition is, in reality, a synonym for high resolution.

High resolution means more pixels in your screen, which leads to a remarkably more clear picture. There are some standards now that allow a more concrete resolution of what it means to have an "official" HD display monitor, even for your PC.

The following are the standard definitions for HD video, which is able to be displayed on monitors of slightly varying native resolutions, some being standard for computer screens, other for TV screens, but they are to a large degree interchangeable because they all work to display these resolutions of video:

1280x720 - aka 720p
1920x1080 - aka 1080i
1920x1080 Progressive - aka 1080p

The "p" and "i" after the resolution denotes either Progressive or Interlaced scanning, respectively. Progressive has been proven to the the faster, clearer picture, less prone to blurring, and therefore has won the title of the "standardized" best possible resolution for HD broadcasting at 1080p.

For your PC, high definition means taking your computer to the next level when it comes to playing video games, watching movies, and watching HD online video. HD means that the screen will be 'widescreen,' so you'll be watching it as it was originally intended to be seen, uncropped, in the theater.

Since HDTV caught fire, video game studios and online entertainment companies have been focusing more and more on HD programming for a high resolution screen. So really, what it ultimately means is, if you don't have an HD monitor, you're missing out on a big part of the picture.

HDMI:

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a compact audio/video interface for transmitting uncompressed digital data.[1] It is a digital alternative to consumer analog standards, such as radio frequency (RF) coaxial cable, composite video, S-Video, SCART, component video, D-Terminal, or VGA. HDMI connects digital audio/video sources (such as set-top boxes, DVD players, HD DVD players, Blu-ray Disc players, AVCHD camcorders, personal computers (PCs), video game consoles (such as the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U), AV receivers, and mobile phones) to compatible digital audio devices, computer monitors, video projectors, tablet computers, and digital televisions.

Best Monitor In Your Budget is BenQ G2222HDL Full HD LED Monitor Without HDMI @ 6.8K. Few months back this monitor was retailing for 9K. Price has decrease. If you need HDMI you can opt For Dell ST2220L @ 8K. Both Monitor are in same level of performance.
 

saswat23

Human Spambot
^^
no buddy. The BenQ G2222HDL still retails for ~9k.
The DELL ST2220L/M seems to be a better choice for 7.8k.
 

dead.night7

Journeyman
Definition of High Definition:

High Definition is largely a fluid term, taking the shape of a lot of different containers, with the only real meaning being something with a significantly increased picture quality and clarity based on the resolution of the monitor in question. For this reason, High Definition is, in reality, a synonym for high resolution.

High resolution means more pixels in your screen, which leads to a remarkably more clear picture. There are some standards now that allow a more concrete resolution of what it means to have an "official" HD display monitor, even for your PC.

The following are the standard definitions for HD video, which is able to be displayed on monitors of slightly varying native resolutions, some being standard for computer screens, other for TV screens, but they are to a large degree interchangeable because they all work to display these resolutions of video:

1280x720 - aka 720p
1920x1080 - aka 1080i
1920x1080 Progressive - aka 1080p

The "p" and "i" after the resolution denotes either Progressive or Interlaced scanning, respectively. Progressive has been proven to the the faster, clearer picture, less prone to blurring, and therefore has won the title of the "standardized" best possible resolution for HD broadcasting at 1080p.

For your PC, high definition means taking your computer to the next level when it comes to playing video games, watching movies, and watching HD online video. HD means that the screen will be 'widescreen,' so you'll be watching it as it was originally intended to be seen, uncropped, in the theater.

Since HDTV caught fire, video game studios and online entertainment companies have been focusing more and more on HD programming for a high resolution screen. So really, what it ultimately means is, if you don't have an HD monitor, you're missing out on a big part of the picture.


Thankyou dude a lot for giving such information


Best Monitor In Your Budget is BenQ G2222HDL Full HD LED Monitor Without HDMI @ 6.8K. Few months back this monitor was retailing for 9K.

Wowwie... I want to take it where is it available in mumbai in this price
 

Xbox

Inclined to Tech
If we can directly connect Blueray or flash media players with HDMI cable to such monitors?
 

reflexx20

Silent Reader Since....
Absolutely right techfreak......i was too surprised when i heard 6.8k..:O

as far as i know at the cheapest it's available at lynxindia @8.2k which i asked them personally.....there site displays non updated prices...:)
 

reflexx20

Silent Reader Since....
@d6bmg

yeah u must avoid online shopping from lynx but if you are a localite then u can rely upon them....:)
 

MyGeekTips

script-kiddie geek
Absolutely right techfreak......i was too surprised when i heard 6.8k..:O

It available for 6.8K

Read this:

100% mate. Two of my brother's friend purchased from nehru place and lamington road at that price. It has definitely come down.

One purchased from "computer empires" nehru place @ 6.9k and the other from "mahavir electronic" lamington road @ 6.8k.
Its confirmed. They can also give me the scanned invoice if i ask them.

You can ask for Vickybat or Jas for more info.
 

dead.night7

Journeyman
Yes prices in lamington road are sweet always. Today even i surfed some shops that offers deals of Less than 1000Rs as compared to online sites
 

thetechfreak

Legend Never Ends
Well mate the thing is some things are always cheaper in some shops. We mostly consider online prices. Sure in few cases are old , not updated for ages, Bloated,etc
How can we quote prices of 2 shops out of the thousands of shops in India?
 

susancts

Broken In
i want to buy led monitor within 7k bucks. but i would like to know the difference between HD and non HD monitor. also the function of HDMI in monitor. and will i be able to grab one with the above mentioned features within my budget?? thnx in adv :)

HD and HDMI have already been explained well in this thread. As far as LED monitor is concerned, you can get Samsung S19A300N under 7K. It is 18.5" LED monitor with 1366X768 screen resolution, 250cd/m² brightness and 5 ms response time. HDMI port is increasingly getting common in budget models but at present it is improbable to get HDMI port with a monitor less than 7K.
 

MyGeekTips

script-kiddie geek
HD and HDMI have already been explained well in this thread. As far as LED monitor is concerned, you can get Samsung S19A300N under 7K. It is 18.5" LED monitor with 1366X768 screen resolution, 250cd/m² brightness and 5 ms response time. HDMI port is increasingly getting common in budget models but at present it is improbable to get HDMI port with a monitor less than 7K.

Why should he get 18.5 when he can 21.5 without hdmi port ? He can buy dvi to hdmi converter later for cheap Rs. 400.
 

vickybat

I am the night...I am...
Well mate the thing is some things are always cheaper in some shops. We mostly consider online prices. Sure in few cases are old , not updated for ages, Bloated,etc
How can we quote prices of 2 shops out of the thousands of shops in India?

Op should query the prices locally and shouldn't stick only with online shops. G2220HDL is available everywhere within 7k. Topgear recently purchased a samsung 1080p monitor @ 7k. Except for dell, all other monitor prices has decreased.
 

susancts

Broken In
Why should he get 18.5 when he can 21.5 without hdmi port ? He can buy dvi to hdmi converter later for cheap Rs. 400.

Often 21.5" monitor is not a necessity and 18.5" monitor seems to do the job well enough. Even if the price difference between both monitors is not big, one should go for a bigger monitor only if it is actually a requirement.
 
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