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Dell S2415H Full HD LED PC Monitor, 24 inch - Black
Dell S2415H Full HD LED PC Monitor, 24 inch - Black
Offered by technologygeeks uk
Price: £192.26

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Screen quality is great, a little wobbly on the stand when using ..., 23 April 2016
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I bought this to connect to a 7 year old living room PC that was already connected to my TV via HDMI so I had to get a bit imaginative with the wiring. I was unable to get an image to display through a HDMI>DVI adapter to connect a DVI cable from my PC to this monitor, but I was able to use the supplied HDMI cable to connect to my PC through a HDMI>Displayport adapter sacrificing audio output to the monitor. So something to bear in mind if you don't have a VGA output on your PC and are already using your HDMI output. You could pay more for a version of this screen with a DVI port if you can't connect any other way.

Screen quality is great, a little wobbly on the stand when using the touch OSD buttons but then the stand weighs more than the screen. There is definite back light bleed in both the bottom left and right sides of the monitor, with the left being tinted red and the right being tinted a brighter blue. So positioning matters with this panel and you'll have a better viewing experience if you place it to your left as you will see less of the brighter light bleed through. It is only really apparent with very dark scenes and you wont notice it at all when viewing colourful scenes or during web browsing.

The big reason I went for this screen is the glossy coating, and it is very shiny and makes images really pop, but the reflections are very apparent even under low light but you learn to look past them. All round it's probably the best glossy 24" monitor you can get right now, but there are definitely bargains to be had elsewhere in the matte/anti-glare/hard coating category.


Archshield - LG G2 Premium High Definition (HD) Clear Screen Protector 3-Pack - Retail Packaging (Lifetime Warranty)
Archshield - LG G2 Premium High Definition (HD) Clear Screen Protector 3-Pack - Retail Packaging (Lifetime Warranty)

5.0 out of 5 stars Scratch free screen protection, 26 Jun. 2014
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Despite not covering the entire top of the phone like the picture shows (cut outs for front camera, light sensor and ear piece) It does provide the best scratch resistance I've ever experienced from a screen protector.


Wipeout HD Fury Game PS3
Wipeout HD Fury Game PS3

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars No 3D capability on disc version, 7 Nov. 2011
A word of warning for anyone buying the Wipeout HD/Fury disc, the disc version doesn't include any 3D mode as available in the latest update to the PSN stores downloadable version.


Plumtree Scott Pilgrim Band Logo Gold T-shirt tee
Plumtree Scott Pilgrim Band Logo Gold T-shirt tee
Offered by TV Tees
Price: £14.36

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Plum Tree Tshirt Film Similarity, 21 Oct. 2011
This Tshirts good but not quite the same as the one from the film, although the colour and front logo are perfect, there is no text on the back saying "Mass Teen Fainting". I ordered a large and it seems the same size as the one Scott wears, but medium might have been even more accurate. Hope this is helpful to all you awesome people.


Demolition Girl (PS2)
Demolition Girl (PS2)

4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad Game, 8 Jan. 2008
This review is from: Demolition Girl (PS2) (Video Game)
There are some amazing budget games out there that manage to be a huge amount of fun like Global Defence Force, but Demolition Girl is one of the most pathetic games i've ever wasted my money on. The controls are sluggish the graphics terrible, all FMV scenes from the Japanese version replaced with still images and there's just no fun to be had at all, it's boring and annoying, which is strange for a game which involves trying to capture 100ft tall bikini clad women. The only reason I picked it up was because of the crazy Japanese weird game factor, sometimes you can find some real gems but don't bother with this one it's an unplayable mess and not worth a penny. Avoid!
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Global Defence Force (PS2)
Global Defence Force (PS2)

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Awe Inspiring Giant Insect Blasting Fun, 3 July 2007
Pure Insect Blasting Fun!

I've been waiting forever for this game to get a UK release, ever since that Japanese review Edge printed a few years ago I knew I had to have this. I've been chasing this game ever since then, pre ordering it off multiple websites only for it to be cancelled everytime a release date drew near.

So a big thank you to Essential Games for giving this incredible title a release in the UK, only for it to no doubt be completely ignored by the masses and not stocked in the game stores.

But now I finally own it and it's such a joy to play!, the jet pack, the huge variety of weapons, the number of giant insects on screen at once, the sheer scale of everything, it's all just so amazing.

Not since Shadow of the Colossus have I felt so dwarfed by the scale of a game. The graphics and the distance you can fire are quite impressive for the PS2 and except for some slow down in the more destructive moments it's hard to believe this is a budget game.

I've been playing as the female jetpack wearing character for over 6 hours now and have only found a few of the character specific weapons and believe I'm only half way through the missions.

Then there's the male character who gets to control vehicles like helicopters, tanks and hover bikes as well as getting a whole new set of different weapons.

I've heard that the 360 version (Earth Defence Force 2017) although far prettier to look at is a much hollower experience because each level is pretty much the same.

But GDF has so much variety to it's blasting action, with multiple levels that pit you against a huge variety of different enemies be they flying saucers, web spitting spiders or Godzilla!.

There's also lots of locations that vary between night and day, night missions being the most impressive when the lasers start flying in all their neon glory.

There's a huge change in weaponary tactics depending on whether you pick the male or female character, as most of the females weapons are powered from her jet packs recharging power supply and she's unable to enter vehicles and use their higher fire power.

So I highly recommend giving this game a try, it's pure fun like all games should be and if you hate insects all the more reason to jump in.
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