Tuesday, October 21st 2008

Samsung Tries to Impress with CX-2233GW LCD Monitor

Samsung has released a new 22-inch CX-2233GW LCD display today. It comes in a sleek white finish and offers a 22-inch wide diagonal, 1680x1050 resolution, 300cd/m2 brightness, 1,000:1 contrast ratio (dynamic 20,000:1), 5ms response time and a DVI HDCP compatible port. That's pretty much everything about the CX-2233GW, it's an ordinary 22-inch LCD with "new" look. You will be able to pick up one for under €200 when it becomes available in Korea.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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9 Comments on Samsung Tries to Impress with CX-2233GW LCD Monitor

#1
newconroer
Yep. Shame to see them churning out more TN films, that don't even have RGB LED backlighting.

I don't see the point, especially when underlings like IIyama are already releasing monitors with RGB backlighting and they've introduced 22" with full 1920 and 1080p resolutions.
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#2
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
dell has a 22" with 1920x1080
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#3
timta2
And it is white? Is this supposed to be for a pc in the kitchen or what?
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#4
kakazza
by: timta2
And it is white? Is this supposed to be for a pc in the kitchen or what?
"Apple"
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#5
Mistral
OK, I'm confused...

Is this a cheapened up, white version of my 2232GW with a piece of transparent plastic stuck at the bottom and the controls moved to the side?
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#6
magibeg
by: freaksavior
dell has a 22" with 1920x1080
Nice i didn't know that. I would love a 24 incher to have a 2560x1600.
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#7
niko084
BLECK! I can't stand white monitors.... I'll bet it looks nice screen wise but....
Lastly, I can't stand a 1680x1050 22", its simply too big for the resolution imo..
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#8
panchoman
Sold my stars!
beautiful. but the specs are not impressive.
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#9
Swansen
by: newconroer
Yep. Shame to see them churning out more TN films, that don't even have RGB LED backlighting.

I don't see the point, especially when underlings like IIyama are already releasing monitors with RGB backlighting and they've introduced 22" with full 1920 and 1080p resolutions.
agreed, but i will give them credit for at least showing an actual contrast ratio. (For whatever its worth)
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