Samsung SyncMaster 2343BWX
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Affordable price. Massive 2048 x 1150px resolution. Slim bezel.
The Cons:TN panel - cheap to produce/sell at the expense of viewing angles and colour depth. Cheap looking glossy bezel and stand. Limited inputs, single digital DVI and single VGA only - no HDMI.
The Samsung SyncMaster 2343BWX is a high-quality, 23” widescreen LCD display with an extra-slim design for use in reduced workspaces. Designed for ultra-high resolution, the 2343BWX in fact renders up to 2048x1152 with a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for extremely visible videos and images.
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Plus, the 2343BWX includes a MagicWizard that helps the user to automatically adjust resolution, color, and screen fonts for the best display performance. Keep in mind though that this screen already operates with a 5ms response time. An additional feature of the Samsung SyncMaster 2343BWX is a height-adjustable stand for pivoting, swiveling, and tilting the monitor. The Samsung SyncMaster 2343BWX retails for $249.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- High-Quality, 23” Widescreen LCD
- Ultra-High Resolution
- Above-Average Contrast
- Magic Wizard Adjustments
- Fast Response Time
- Height-Adjustable Stand
- Pivot/Swivel/Tilt Monitor
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Screen Size: 23" widescreen
- Cabinet Color: High Gloss Black
- Resolution: 2048 x 1152
- Brightness: 300 cd/m?
- Contrast Ratio: DC 20000:1 (1000:1)
- Response time: 5 ms
- Viewing Angle (Horizontal / Vertical): 170?/160?
- Signal input
- Video Signal: Analog RGB (VGA), DVI
- Sync. Signal: Separate H/V, Composite , SOG
- Connectors: 15pin D-sub (VGA), DVI-D
- Power: 44W
- Built in TV Tuner: No
- Built in Speakers: No
- USB Powered Hub: No
- Wall-Mount: VESA 100mm
- HDCP Support: Yes
User Reviews (6)
massive 2048 x 1150px resolution
great value - large size, resolution and quality for the price
ergonomic stand - allows for tilt, swivel, pivoting and height adjustment
16:9 aspect ratio is perfect for watching HD media, playing console games
TN panel - cheap to produce/sell at the expense of viewing angles and colour depth
cheap looking glossy bezel and stand
limited inputs, single digital DVI and single VGA only - no HDMI
16:9 aspect ratio is poor for basic desktop use - loss of vertical resolution is not great for web browsing or office productivity
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