Summary: Overall, A great monitor, especially for gaming. Fast response time and great colors. If you're really into accurate color reproduction you might want to get an IPS panel, but for a TN panel, the PX2370 is very good. A bit of backlight leak, but that is to be expected with LED panels.
One of the best out there, but still lacking in some areas
12 June 2011
Summary: I picked up this monitor after reading reviews from several different sites at the time. This seems to be one of the most highly rated monitors at this price point, with those rated higher costing several hundred dollars more.
Summary: This is a really nice monitor. Great response rate, and vibrant colours, and so thin! However, it is severely lacking when it comes to displaying blacks around the edges(w.in 1-2in from the edge) of the screen.
Summary: I have two minor annoyances, one of which is no fault of Samsung but annoying enough to report. Out with the bad parts first, then in with the good: Cons: 1) The monitor wobbles - I mean legitimately. Other reviewers made a big deal out of this, and I disregarded this.
Summary: I bought two of these monitors about 6 weeks ago on Amazon. They are, by far, the best monitors I have ever owned. The picture is noticeably better than the Samsung 1080P HD monitor I purchased last year. The LED makes a big difference.
Summary: The PX2370 really doesn't need another positive review, just thought I would add mine because I had purchased 2 new Dell UltraSharp U2211H monitors, and replaced them with the PX2370. At Dell's website they advertise the U2211H monitor as being 20.25" x 7.25 " x 13.69" WDH.
Summary: The picture this screen produces is absolutely stunning. It feels as if you can reach out and touch whatever is happening behind the screen. Amazon delivered it to me in a timely fashion (it got here before my computer did!
Summary: The Samsung PX2370 is a 23 inch LED Widescreen monitor that has a native 1920 x 1080 HD resolution. It has 1 HDMI, 1 DVI, Optical audio and a 3.5 mm input. 16:9 aspect ratio with a 1000:1 native contrast ratio. 2ms response time, no noticeable input lag and a maximum of 250 nits of brightness.