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Samsung 204TS

The Samsung SyncMaster 204T is a 20-inch TFT-LCD monitor deliver Read more

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Five Stars

Stephen Lebire, Amazon
17 October 2014
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I really enjoy using my Samsung 204T

kaysert, Ebay
8 September 2014
  • Summary: Unfortunately, it appears the product description was written by someone who has never seen a Samsung 204T monitor. The LCD matrix is one of the best ever made! The image is spectacular! I purchased one because it's the only monitor I use. I have five of them. I even use one with my laptop. The Samsung 204T is truly one of the best monitors ever made. In 2014 A.D.
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I have seven of these, and they all work perfectly.

kaysert, Ebay
27 September 2013
  • Summary: One of the best monitors ever made. The Samsung 204t is a 1600x1200 60 Hz. native resolution, 20.1" monitor that is even today, astounding. I have one on my laptop, and I play videos, games, an the monitor is flawless. The Samsung 204t has VGA-15 and DVI connectors, and a standard PC monitor power cord connector. It automatically senses which input is being used. The aspect ratio is 4:3.
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Samsung 204t: a good choice for a quality 4:3 LCD panel

ttnyny, Ebay
26 January 2009
  • Summary: If you like a "traditional" 4:3 aspect ratio rather than wide screen - and that certainly describes me - then the 204t is a good choice. It has 1600 x 1200 resolution, a narrow pixel pitch and uses a S-PVA (not TN) LCD panel. Using a DVI connector, the image is very sharp indeed (it's also quite sharp with the VGA connector). As it is a 20 in. panel, it is bigger and heavier than the 19 in. models, and it consumes a bit more power. I have two of these.
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Samsung 204t: a good choice for a quality 4:3 LCD panel

ttnyny, Ebay
26 January 2009
  • Summary: If you like a "traditional" 4:3 aspect ratio rather than wide screen - and that certainly describes me - then the 204t is a good choice. It has 1600 x 1200 resolution, a narrow pixel pitch and uses a S-PVA (not TN) LCD panel. Using a DVI connector, the image is very sharp indeed (it's also quite sharp with the VGA connector). As it is a 20 in. panel, it is bigger and heavier than the 19 in. models, and it consumes a bit more power. I have two of these.
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Glad I bought monitor

mender33, epinions.com
9 October 2007
  • Excerpt: A very, very nice monitor. Bright, sharp & great coloring. Signal supplied from ATI RADEON X700 card
  • Pros: DVI cable was supplied with monitor.
  • Cons: DVI cable was only 6 ft. long ( wa wa)
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GREAT!

pjpinel, epinions.com
27 August 2006
  • Excerpt: Replaced 100s of pounds of glass, (2 monitors) with these great cool, monitors.
  • Pros: Inexpensive, 1600 x 1200 resolution, great contrast, low power (cool).
  • Cons: None, though some gamers claim they're not fast enough.
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Samsung Syncmaster 204T Review

golfmonke, epinions.com
16 June 2006
  • Excerpt: I picked 2 up one of these off of http://www.cheapestauctions.co m for $350/each about 2 weeks ag
  • Pros: Great monitor, clear display, no dead pixels, nice looking
  • Cons: Non
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Excellent Monitor

Franklin B. Grigsby, Amazon
23 February 2006
  • Summary: Great deal for the money. Beautiful monitor. It is extremely clear.
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Still a good choice

Brian SwanSword "Prophet of God", Amazon
28 December 2005
  • Summary: I've been buying this model monitor for desktop use for years. I still spec this model, because of its wide view angle. The colors don't change when you move your head. On the new models, if you move your head a little, the colors change. Samsung designed the menu well, and intuitively. There is a button labeled 'source' to switch between DVI and VGA inputs. If you use DVI, like I do, you'll want to just hit that button.
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