Save £40.00 on The HUAWEI Display 23.8”

Save £40.00 on The HUAWEI Display 23.8”

While HUAWEI offers a variety of displays, some aimed at gamers and some made for creators, the HUAWEI Display 23.8″ is designed to be an affordable and practical monitor. Featuring a 1920×1080 resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate, this monitor offers a great viewing experience for productivity and casual computer use. Currently, the HUAWEI Display 23.8” is on sale for only £109.99.

Colors are vivid and precise across the 1080 FullView Display, thanks to a 72% NTSC color gamut and 1000:1 contrast ratio. The display has been certified by TÜV Rheinland3 for reducing harmful blue light and eliminating flickers, so you can indulge your eyes with your mind at ease.


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Display Specs:

  • Refresh Rate
    60 Hz
  • Response Time
    5 ms
  • Brightness
    250 nits (Typical)
  • Colour Gamut
    72% NTSC (Typical)
  • Colour Depth
    16.7 M
  • Contrast Ratio
    1000 : 1 (Typical)
  • Viewing Angle
    178 degrees
  • EU Energy Efficiency Rating

Input Port

  • VGA x 1
  • HDMI x 1
  • DC input x1

HUAWEI Display 23.8”

This monitor is designed to fit in any situation, with a VESA mounting system for placing it onto a wall. An adjustable stand lets you set the monitor on a desk and tilt the screen to your liking. The slim base is stylish and sturdy, keeping your desktop clean and free of bulky monitor stands.

The display features a 90% screen-to-body ratio, leaving minimal bezels. This gives the entire monitor a sleek look and pushes the display to the edges of the device. The 178-degree viewing angle makes this display comfortable to look at, even from the side.

If you’ve been looking for a chance to get a nice looking monitor at a great price, the HUAWEI Display 23.8″
at £109.99 is a great deal. Take advantage of this offer here.

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