Reviews and Problems with Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD
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Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD
18 August 2011
Conclusion: Part desktop display and part HDTV, the Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD is an attractive 24-inch hybrid monitor that won't break the bank. Geared towards users with space constraints, it delivers good HD imagery and sharp text, but it has tinting and uniformity issues.
Pros: Stylish design. Good text and HD image quality. Relatively affordable.
Cons: Lacks DVI port. Uneven backlighitng. Oversaturated colors.
Summary: The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD is a 24-inch HDTV doubling as a monitor for a low price.
Pros: The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD has an impressive number of connection options, built-in speakers, and a remote control, with great movie and game performance. It also has a couple of design flourishes that contribute to not only its aesthetic appeal, but to its utility as well.
Cons: The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD requires color calibrating to get the picture quality to an acceptable level; its lack of DVI connection means you'll need to purchase an adapter or new cord to get it working with a modern PC. Some of its connection options are frustratingly difficult to reach.
Excerpt: With its chrome-effect stand and dark maroon bezel, this 24in is a stunning looking monitor. It’s actually an LED HD TV, but Samsung says it’s primarily a computer monitor. This is odd, as all the features you’d expect from a modern TV are present: a well-designed remote control, a seven-day EPG and...