I've found very few Irish retailers with reasonable prices on 19" monitors. For what it's worth I find http://www.marx-computers.com probably the best in Ireland. Their based in Dublin, and usually his prices are teh best in Ireland, he also know his stuff..
I just bought a nice LG912U 19" with USB HUB from http://www.dabs.com. It's not a trinitron, but the picture is still execellent, and you can get 1600x1200 at 87Hz out of it! The nice thing about dabs is that it's £20 Sterling for every delivery. Not bad for getting such a beast delivered!
Hope that's of help
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Collins_Paul at emc.com [mailto:Collins_Paul at emc.com]
> Sent: 15 February 2001 14:44
> To: cork at linux.ie> Subject: [CLUG] On-line Irish computer parts retailers that
> don't suck?
>>> Is there such an animal?
>> I'm mainly looking for a decent monitor (19-21", 1600x1200 at
> a minimum of
> 75Hz, to be precise; Trinitron preferred) and maybe some RAM.
> Lots of RAM.
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