Flexible stand with auto-rotate, Two HDMI ports
The Samsung Series 7 S27C750P is an attractive 27-inch monitor that uses MVA panel technology to deliver rich colors and sharp viewing angles. It is equipped with a flexible stand and two HDMI ports but lacks a few features and has trouble displaying the darkest shades of gray.
Save some money
Great monitor, I like the height (unlike the reviewer below), and as of this writing (5/26/13) Best Buy has this on sale for $319+tax. Save yourself almost %50 if you want to get it. Its a bit annoying this reviewer below, nowhere on the listing does this say you can adjust the height. If you make a substantial dollar purchase w/o doing any research, then complain and write a bad review of the monitor, that is not a fair review of the product.
Stylish design, Pivtoing stand, Anti-glare finish
It's not an open and shut case, but the Samsung S27C750P monitor just about earns our recommendation mainly on the strength of its anti-glare finish and outstanding design. There's better value to be found elsewhere, but this is a very good monitor for the discerning shopper.
PVA panel technology allows for wide viewing angles and high contrast ratio.
The slow response time does call into question this monitor's ability to be good for gaming or home theater use, but aside from that, the specs speak in favor of the NEC EX231WP-BK as a great LCD monitor. The color reproduction and high contrast ratio makes the viewing experience vivid. The adjustability adds a great deal of flexibility and makes it an excellent choice for vertical position usage.
Very good feature set for power saving including auto brightness, human sensor and ECO modes
The EX231Wp I think is well summarised by it's 'Cool Office' name. Here you have a screen which looks very attractive and sleek on any desk, featuring a very thin bezel and stand and a slim profile from the side. It has a very wide range of power saving options and features and extras like auto brightness control, human sensing and ECO modes are very useful for those who are energy conscious or when using many screens in an office environment.
VA panel gives nice colours
On paper and at first acquaintence, the BenQ EW2430 really socks it to you. The spec list is frankly to die for. First there's that VA panel packing an LED backlight and 1920 x 1080 pixels. Of course, full HD is nothing special in 2011. But dig a little deeper and some outrageously good numbers emerge.
Most impressive is the 3000:1 static contrast among the best we've seen. Next up are 178 degree viewing angles in both planes, and pixel response of 8ms.
Truly excellent value
BenQ's 24in EW2430 is an attractive and versatile display that offers build, connectivity and image quality far above its class, and hammers yet another nail in the coffin of inferior TN monitors. It's not without its weaknesses - including limited adjustability, poor speakers and a few minor image quality hiccups - but these are easy to forgive considering its bargain price. All told, it's our new bargain monitor champion!
Very good colour reproduction with pleasing vibrancy and shade variety
With the EW2430 BenQ has built upon the appeal of its predecessor, the EW2420. You get the same energy efficient LED-backlit VA panel at an equally attractive price point. Although nothing too radical has changed to make this some sort of revolutionary product the monitor does seem more tightly tuned in many respects and put in a pleasing performance in our testing.
Monitor stand adjustment is fairly limited
The SyncMaster S23A550H is a 23" LED computer monitor that is part of Samsung's 5 series and was released in the first quarter of 2011. This monitor has eco friendly features and an elegant see through base, and the LED backlit screen can display a resolution of 1920 X 1080 pixels with a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1.
Good color and dark grayscale performance
The Samsung SyncMaster S23A550H is a stylish 23-inch monitor that delivers vibrant colors and does a good job of reproducing the darkest steps of the grayscale. It's easy on your utility bill, but you don't get much in the way of connectivity and ergonomic features.
Excellent contrast and viewing angles
BenQ is claiming a lot of firsts for the new EW2420. Without doubt, this a ground-breaking monitor. Never before has a large VA panel been available for so little. However, in describing the EW2420 as the world's first VA monitor with an LED backlight, BenQ is perhaps suffering from delusions of grandeur. It's pure fiction. Samsung, among other manufacturers, got there years ago.
Contrast level was really very good
The BenQ EW2420 came in with a lot of promise packing both a VA panel and an LED backlight. Unfortunately, in terms of overall color quality it couldnâ??t quite deliver what a lot of other monitors in the same range can. While the overall average dE might be just below the visible level to the human eye, it was not good enough for serious color or print work. The contrast level was really very good, and the black level was very low, but those still canâ??t make up for the imprecise color.
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