Reviews and Problems with Samsung SyncMaster P2350
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Samsung SyncMaster P2350 Review: Big Screen on a Budget
21 July 2010
Excerpt: The Samsung SyncMaster P2350 is a 23″ HD monitor that offers looks and performance for a great price. Samsung provided us with a review unit for the past 30 days which gave us the opportunity to see how the budget priced monitor handles all types of tasks. The P2350 may be budget priced at around $200, but it delivers a high quality display with a high contrast ratio, fast response time and looks good too. Who is this monitor for?
Pros: Price, Fast Response, Touch of Color looks, Quick Switch between settings
Cons: Limited stand adjustments, No HDMI connection, Backlight bleeding along base
Excerpt: Samsung is the largest and one of the more popular consumer electronics companies in the world. Besides its hugely successful HDTV lineup, the company also makes some equally exciting LCD monitors. Samsung's offering of flat panel displays have proven to be stylish, dependable, and competitively priced.
Pros: Affordable, Fast 2ms response time, Modern cabinet design
Cons: Bottom edge backlight bleeding, Wobbly stand, Difficult touch buttons, Only two connection ports, Limited viewing angles
Conclusion: Windows allows only up to 32-bit colors, and the Samsung P2350 has no problem displaying them. The default settings on the Samsung gives a slightly yellowish color (noticable for whites), could be different per monitor. However tuning the colors a little (lowering red in my case) gave decent results and colors look fantastic. The 50:000 dynamic contrast is not an exaggeration, but please note that the typical contrast is 1000:1, pretty standard for an HD monitor.
Pros: Classy Exteriors, LED touch panel well designed, Full HD, Good colors, Priced aggressively, Many adjustments available for colors
Cons: MagicTuner software has compatibility problems, Did not come with any cables, Stand not adjustable