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The Samsung PX2370 is a 23” LED backlit display screen released in April 2010 as Samsung's latest Syncmaster-branded monitor.

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16:9 aspect ratio is ideal for high definition media playback

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full 1080p resolution

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LED backlight - low power consumption

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dual digital inputs - HDMI and DVI

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matte display finish

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great performance - very good colour accuracy and contrast

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attractive aesthetic - slim build, thin bezels, transparent edges and stand

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cheap non-ergonomically designed stand - no height adjustment or portrait mode, quite wobbly

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expensive for what it is

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poor reliability - starts switching off and on by itself with no easy or cheap fix

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standard TN panel - most common, provides inferior colour and viewing angles compared to generally more expensive alternatives

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16:9 aspect ratio is poor for web browsing and productivity software (too wide) - lacks the vertical resolution of 16:10 monitors, 120 fewer vertical pixels

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ports face outward (not downward), making the thinness of the display useless aesthetically or practically

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The Samsung PX2370 is a 23” LED backlit display screen released in April 2010 as  Samsung's latest Syncmaster-branded monitor. It’s only 18mm thick and offers full 1080p high-definition resolution with a 2ms response time and a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Some of the more notable features include a Smart Sensor that automatically switches the monitor off when the user isn’t nearby; a Touch of Color (ToC) design; and compliance with both Energy Star 5.0 and EPEAT Gold standards. Most notable, however, is the fact that the PX2370 doesn’t just support conventional RGB & DVI connections; it also includes an HDMI input for watching content directly from any HD device, such as a gaming console or Blu-ray disc player.

  • ENERGY Star 5.0
  • EPEAT Gold
  • 23” LED Backlit
  • ToC Design
  • Smart Sensor
  • 1080p Resolution
  • RGB (D-SUB)
  • DVI (Digital)
  • HDMI (Full HD)
  • Type: LED
  • Resolution: 1080p
  • Contrast: 1000:1
  • Dynamic Contrast: 5M:1
  • Response Time: 2ms
Post Review
09/01/2010 12:12

One of the Cons need to be edited :)

1920x1080 16:9 has 120 fewer virtical pixels or 230400 fewer pixels than an 1920x1200 16:10 not 200 fewer virtical pixels which is not that much of a difference, 5:4 is a whole lot more better is you want to read downwords or just tilt your 1920x1080/1200 display on it's side :)

So maybe make 1920x1536 and 2560x2048 displays :)

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