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Samsung 173MP
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Samsung 173MP

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Samsung SyncMaster 173MP Multi-Function HDTV/LCD Flat Panel TV and PC Monitor Review

23 August 2009
  • Conclusion: I like the Samsung SyncMaster 173MP very much. It always seems to amaze me every time I use it. Whether for watching television on a crappy analog signal, or playing games to typing a document, the Samsung SyncMaster 173MP is an excellent performer and dual function display for that matter.
  • Pros: Excellent performance, Audio quality, Sexy looks, Light weight, Impresses me every time
  • Cons: Illuminate the buttons (minor con), No DVI cable included, No date/time function, No headphone jack (minor con)
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Overall 7

Samsung SyncMaster 173mw

PC Magazine
8 January 2008
  • Conclusion: This dual-function 17-inch widescreen monitor/TV knows that all work and no play makes for a dull monitor. Designed for business, its picture-in-picture (PiP) feature lets news junkies keep current while working on office applications.
  • Pros: Versatile multimedia for the desktop. Handy remote control. Extra AV connectors and headphone jack on side.
  • Cons: Moderate smearing on moving images. Weak documentation. No mute button on front panel.
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Samsung SyncMaster 173MW Review

8 July 2004
  • Conclusion: Traditional-aspect-ratio, 17-inch LCD monitors without TV tuners sell for $400 to $650 these days; even granted that dual-input analog/digital models are in the top half of that range, not every shopper will want to spend $750 or so for the SyncMaster 173MW.
  • Pros: A handsome, high-quality LCD monitor with handy TV tuner, remote control, picture-in-picture, and variety of video connections, Wide aspect ratio is great for DVD movies and side-by-side program windows
  • Cons: No pivot capability; no DVI cable in the box
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Overall 9
Picture quality 9
Ergonomics 8

Samsung SyncMaster 173MP

CHIP Online
24 May 2007
  • Excerpt: Nur ganz knapp muss sich der Koreaner dem Dell geschlagen geben. Sein TN+Film-Panel ist zwar zwei Millisekunden schneller, doch dafür liefert er nicht ganz so weite Blickwinkel wie der Testsieger.
  • Pros: sehr schnell, hoher Kontrast, Radio-Empfang
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