"Excellent picture quality & great for gaming/movies."
12 December 2011
Pros: The PX2370 is reasonably priced especially if you get it refurbished. The colors all look good right out of the box. It's design looks good.
Cons: The menu buttons are a little awkward & take some getting use to. Although not the worst I've seen, the stand is a little wobbly & could use more tilt. The headphone jack on the back is mildly irritating to me. Not bad but the blacks could be dark
Amazing picture! Great value for the refurbished ones.
8 December 2011
Summary: Bought the PX2370 for my new gaming rig and it was worth every penny. The picture is stunning with a fast response time and great colors. Only complaints so far are the menu buttons take some getting used to, cant tilt the monitor down really, and it feels a little wobbly on its base which I guess isn't really an issue if you don't touch it.
Works and Looks Like I Just Bought It New From Circuit City
11 November 2011
Summary: This refurbished Samsung SyncMaster PX2370 23" LCD monitor is just beautiful and perfect. The colors are vivid and clarity has to seen to believe. This item mught as well be brand new because that is how it operates. Did I say this monitor was beautiful and perfect~?
Summary: I bought the monitor for my brother who is slowly going blind. He needed something that had good resolution and a large screen. I also wanted LED to save on his power bill. He loves it because now he can use the internet again as long as he uses his glasses and magnifying glass to look at the screen.
Summary: So good I bought a second one. We use very high-end monitors at work for video editing. This is a very solid choice. It really has performed nicely and has a great look to it. Samsung killed it on this one. For the price, I think its hard to argue.
Summary: There has been several flags that have been raised concerning the PX2370 with the use on Macintosh (Apple) computers. One reviewer stated that the menu text was pixelated and jagged. Out of the box, I would agree. The reviewer stated that there are no drivers for the Mac. Indeed, there are not. In the same breath, they are not needed due to the OS has them built in. My Mac picked up the monitor right away.