Lack of flexibility, middled image quality and price.
Good design and build with almost no ghosting.
Colour reproduction is excellent in this monitor.
'Very elegant an sleek look. '
'nice solid feel'
36W maximum consumption
'digital visual interface (DVI) digital video standard'
'discrete, built-in speakers'
'Compared to other flat panel monitors on the market, it is midpriced at around $375.'
'budget-friendly price points'
'Stand isn't very adjustable.'
'built-in Dolby Digital Surround speakers'
'high-end design and cutting-edge technology'
'Lack of RCA audio output.'
'The display itself is sharp enough when used in PC mode.'
'Computer video picture a little under-par.'
'Panel is not as nice as the samller T220HD.'
'prices have become very enticing to anyone considering purchasing a new LCD monitor.'
'smooth circular base'
'the 2433BW is compatible with both VGA and DVI-D (HDCP-compliant) adapters, giving it the flexibility to work with newer and older computers.'
'OSD menu is active, so neck injures won't be a problem anymore.'
'exclusive SAMSUNG picture technologies'
'Cheap TN panel - affordable price at the expense of viewing angles and colour quality.'
'The 16:9 widescreen means widescreen games and movies will be full screen. '
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