Excerpt: Initially we thought Samsung’s 226BW might rise above the pack in the 22-inch category. This LCD boasts 16.7 million colors, suggesting superior 8-bit technology. But when we did side-by-side testing next to the Hanns.G model, we were mightily surprised by the similarities. Sure enough, further inquiry revealed the 226BW to be a 6-bit panel just like all the others. But Samsung says its special Hi-FRC tech surpasses conventional FRC in color reproduction.
Pros: Limited ergo options, poor vertical off-axis, so-so image.
Cons: Limited ergo options, poor vertical off-axis, so-so image.
Excerpt: So you've just bought a shiny new Samsung 226BW that was supposed to be the latest greatest killer LCD on the market. There's only one problem, it doesn't look quite the way that it should. You look online to see if there is anything special about adjusting the colors or contrast and you find out some shocking facts. There are actually 3 different LCD panels that are marketed under the 226BW model umbrella. There are "S", "A", and "C" models.