Thursday, November 13th 2008

Samsung Releases Five New SyncMaster 16:9 Monitors

Samsung today released five new SyncMaster LCD monitors that use the glossy-black design theme the company has been fascinated with, for some time now. Their screen-sizes range between 15.6 inch and 23 inch. The SyncMaster 633NW is a 15.6 inch display, while the 933SN is an 18.5 inch one, both with a native resolution of 1360 x 768 pixels.

The 2233SW and 2333SW come with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and are sized at 21.5 and 23 inch respectively. The 2133SW is a 20 inch panel with resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. All the above monitors sport a response time of 5 ms, and inputs that include DVI-D, and D-Sub. The monitors are HDCP capable. Prices in Japan, range between US $187 and $312.

Source: AV Watch
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6 Comments on Samsung Releases Five New SyncMaster 16:9 Monitors

#1
Mistral
And to think I just got the T240... Seems like Samsung is releasing new models on daily basis now...

Next I'd like to see a 2563SW with 3ms response time and running at 120Hz... with display port please.
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#2
freaksavior
To infinity ... and beyond!
we need something new. display port gpu's and montiros with a 22" at 1920x1200 and 24's w/ 2560x1600
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Mussels
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wow, that really looks like a miniature version of my TV. same frame, same stand... same resolution on the smaller ones, too.
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#5
magibeg
I dunno if i like the 16:9 aspect ratio. Why do they have to have so many difference sizes anyway :(. I would take 1920x1200 over 1920x1080.
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Mussels
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by: magibeg
I dunno if i like the 16:9 aspect ratio. Why do they have to have so many difference sizes anyway :(. I would take 1920x1200 over 1920x1080.
movies.

Look at it this way: PC games work in 16:9 (Console ports) or 16:10 and 16:9 (PC designed games work with both). Movies are 16:9 (or stupid uber widescreen)

So if you're buying a screen, you get 1 of the three working on a 16:10 without stretching or black bars, whereas a 16:9 gets both (all WS games, all 16:9 movies)
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