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The SamsungT240 is a 24” widescreen LCD computer monitor with a maximum resolution of 1920x1200.

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affordable price for the size/inputs

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has a plethora of advanced input and outputs

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full 1080p

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larger and higher resolution than the T220HD for only $30 more

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panel is not as nice as the samller T220HD

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still only a TN matrix (has its setbacks)

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cheap plastic stand - poor ergonomics (tilt only), wobbly

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The SamsungT240 is a 24” widescreen LCD computer monitor with a maximum resolution of 1920x1200. At a 16:10 aspect ratio, the screen also features a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1000:1 static contrast ratio), and 5 ms response time, making the monitor suitable for movie watching and gaming. The T240 also accepts three widely used inputs: VGA, DVI, and HDMI. The 160° viewing vertical and horizontal viewing angles allow the user to take advantage of the swiveling and tilting base. Launched in July 2008, the monitor currently retails for $550. 

  • Screen Size : 24" wide

  • Resolution : 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)

  • Brightness : 300 cd/m²

  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio: DC 20,000:1

  • Static Contrast Ratio: 1000:1

  • Inputs: Analog RGB (VGA), DVI, HDMI

  • 160º / 160º Vertical and Horizontal Viewing angle
  • Price: $550
  • Release Date: July 2008 
Post Review
08/02/2008 10:50

Seeing as it is a brand-new monitor, still hot off the factory conveyor belt, I have noticed some improvements over their older monitors. Having HDMI, optical digital audio, a .25" headphone jack, DVI and VGA (switchable between HDMI, DVI, and VGA). The gaming performance is on-par if not better than their previous models, and with the gorgeous black cabinet with dark rose red on the bottom, it looks classy yet modern.

Performance, aesthetics, features, and quality all combine to make this great monitor at a great price. Appealing to gamers (like myself), movie-lovers, and console gamers.

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