Conclusion: The Samsung SyncMaster 192T 19" Color TFT LCD display is a very
monitor. The controls are great and the quality as is expected from
The 192T brings in a nice, and very large LCD that can serve many roles. While
it is not a prefect bridge for gamers to enter into the LCD monitor arena, most
should be happy with what
Conclusion: The Samsung 192T is an all around great performer. The ghosting is very minimal if at all, the colors are vibrant, and the monitor overcomes all the brightness limitations of past generations. While hardcore gamers may want to wait for the next of kin, the 192T is an excellent choice for nearly everyone else.
Pros: Minimal ghosting, bright vibrant colors, attractive design, DVI input
Cons: Slightly yellowish whites, max resolution 1280x1024
Excerpt: I recently acquired a
19" monitor- here is how it happened.
On my way home from work the other day, I was stopped at a red
light. I patiently waited for the light to turn green and as I waited, I noticed
a monitor walking down the street. As the monitor turned the corner it was
attacked by a pack of PDA's. I immediately jumped out of my car to help the
monitor in distress.
Conclusion: As usual, the other OSD (On-Screen Display) options are the same. Samsung has not shifted much in this department since the OSD is simple and to the point. The auto adjustment option is still there, one of our more loved options from Samsung. We put Magic Bright to the test by setting up a text document and DVD playback and seeing if this feature offers anything worthwhile.
Pros: Large visual real-estate, Easy to use controls/options (OSD), Sleek design, Magic Bright feature
Cons: Slight ghosting, nothing major, Base of the unit tends to want to spring out way too often