TV plus others inputs with good tuner if you are not in a fringe area.
6 March 2013
Summary: This TV has great potential. It has lots of inputs, lots of ways to adjust viewing angle, energy usage, video and audio properties, etc. But it misses the mark in some ways: the viewing angle settings are different for different inputs, why aren't they all available? Its biggest problem is that a fading signal for off-air stations will put the screen to sleep with difficulty in getting to a stronger station or even to a different input.
Summary: I bought this unit to use as a TV and not as a computer monitor / TV. I don't have access to cable. The tuner on this unit was not strong enough to pick up many station signals via the air antenna. I even bought a better amplified HDTV antenna but could only get 1 station. I have another Samsung TV in the house, using rabbit ears for an antenna, and get more than a dozen stations. I'm sure the B233OHD 23" TV would have worked fine if I had cable or satelite access.
Summary: Setup simply did not work. It found about 10 channels, some HD some standard. Manual entry worked but picture quality was fuzzy on some channels so we gave up. How long did we own it? Less than 24 hours.
Pros: Looked great ... on a few of the channels it found. Connected to cable with some HD channels
Cons: Setup failed to find our cable channels. 16:9 was stretched; 4:3 did not use the screen well.