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The E2340 is a flat panel monitor from LG's E40 series of LED monitors and is a step down from the E2350.

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Pros

colors are vibrant and stand out from one another

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works perfectly out of the box, minimal setup

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slim profile design takes up minimal space

2 agree

blacks are deep, darker areas show subtle shades

1 agrees

fast-moving video shifts quickly without ghosting effect

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base has a good range of tilt

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Cons

Colors are washed out and do not stand out from one another.

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brightness may need to be reduced for frequent or all-day use

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The E2340 is a flat panel monitor from LG's E40 series of LED monitors and is a step down from the E2350.  The monitor has a slim design with a matte black bezel and a two-way stand.  It features a 23" widescreen LED display with a 16:9 image aspect ratio and a full HD 1080p resolution.  The E2340 utilizes Mega Ratio Contrast technology to provide crisp, natural picture quality, and has a Smart+ package to include auto brightness and cinema mode functionality.  It differs with the E2350 since it lacks the multi-screen capability which comes with the E50 models.  The monitor is expected to be released in the first quarter of 2010.

Features/Specs
  • 23" Widescreen LED Display
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Full HD 1080p Native Resolution
  • Mega Ratio Contrast Technology
  • Slim Design
  • Smart+ Package
  • 2-Way Stand
  • Matte Black Bezel
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Anonymous
02/19/2011 03:28

I'm puzzled as to how you connect a 'full HD' display to a tower when the display has no HDMI socket!!

Anonymous

Anonymous

02/25/2011 10:43

Because HDMI isn't needed to do full HD, VGA (Analogue), and DVI (Digital) can both do full 1920*1080 and resolutions beyond that.
Why do clueless people worship HDMI, it's not that great.

Omar

Omar

02/25/2011 02:05

The one thing is that many TVs (particularly older ones) can't process 1080p through VGA. Newer TVs can handle it fine. DVI is pretty similar to HDMI so there's no real issues there.

Anonymous

Anonymous

02/26/2011 12:22

Thank you both for the inf. To Anonymous: Exactly because some people are 'clueless' that's why clueless people like me request help from people like you!

Anonymous

Anonymous

03/07/2012 02:19

Mine has an HDMI socket, a VGA socket and that whatever it is digital flat two row white socket.

Anonymous
01/03/2011 07:06

Review is incorrect. I am running it on a dual monitor display. But the color of my older LG W2353V is far superior.

Gareth
01/03/2011 01:52

does it have a wall mount

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