Tuesday, August 31st 2010

Samsung Intros 27-inch Full-HD Monitor with 1 ms Response Time

Samsung Japan recently added to its lineup, a 27-inch full-HD monitor with a blazing-fast response time of 1 ms. The new Samsung P2770FH makes use of a TN film panel with a matte screen. It features a piano black frame. Apart from the 1920 x 1080 pixels native resolution and 1 ms response time, the panel features a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (70,000:1 DCR), and maximum brightness of 300 cd/m². Display inputs include DVI, HDMI, and D-Sub. Samsung did not give out a price yet, but one can expect it to be on the higher side.

Source: TechFresh.net
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13 Comments on Samsung Intros 27-inch Full-HD Monitor with 1 ms Response Time

#1
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
this should please the "TN or GTFO" crowd :)

srsly tho being a samsung too I bet it's a treat to watch.
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#2
Mussels
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if they're gunna release a new high end screen (even if its just TN), it really should have displayport...
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#3
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
It seems that not many companies aren't adopting displayport, and I wonder why... considering it was desinged by VESA and is royalty free..
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#4
Roph
Because nobody wants it? DVI is fine for what 99% of users want.
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#5
crow1001
Dot pitch will suck ass on a 27 incher @1080p, say good bye to fine detail
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#6
Mussels
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by: crow1001
Dot pitch will suck ass on a 27 incher @1080p, say good bye to fine detail
the detail will be exactly the same...

if you mean that you'll have bigger pixels, i'm sure 1080P HDTV owners will be glad to know that they're losing 'fine detail' or whatever it is they're losing, by having a larger screen.
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#7
TheLostSwede
It's all about how close you're sitting to the screen. A higher dot pitch looks better if you're sitting close to a screen. A TV is never going to have that problem, as you're always sitting at least 1m or more away from it.
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Mussels
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by: TheLostSwede
It's all about how close you're sitting to the screen. A higher dot pitch looks better if you're sitting close to a screen. A TV is never going to have that problem, as you're always sitting at least 1m or more away from it.
i sit the same distance from my 24" as from my 40"...
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#9
TheLostSwede
Maybe you should go see an optician?
I sit way closer to my computer screen than my TV, as in less than a meter compared to 2 meters or so...
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#10
wolf
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by: Mussels
i sit the same distance from my 24" as from my 40"...
lol same, so close I have to move my head to keep with the action.

27" sounds A'ok for 1080p, I have a 28" 1920x1200 monitor (ViewSonic VX2835wm) and IMO it's beautiful, pixel size is a non issue.
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#11
Mussels
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by: TheLostSwede
Maybe you should go see an optician?
I sit way closer to my computer screen than my TV, as in less than a meter compared to 2 meters or so...
why? my eyesights fine. maybe you should see one, you sound like you're sitting too close to your monitor
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#12
ron732
by: Mussels
why? my eyesights fine.
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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#13
va4leo
Refresh rate? Cannot seem to find it anywhere :( Must be me being blind.
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