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  • P2270 1 FrontP2270Phttp://images.samsung.com/is/image/samsung/my_LS22EFHKFV-XM_001_Front?$L1-Gallery$my_LS22EFHKFV-XM_001_Front30002000370370default1980511
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  • P2270 3 LeftP2270Phttp://images.samsung.com/is/image/samsung/my_LS22EFHKFV-XM_003_Left?$L1-Gallery$my_LS22EFHKFV-XM_003_Left30002000370370default5683878
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Product Features

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Specifications

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Display

Screen Size

  • 21.5W

Resolution

  • 1920 x 1080

Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)

  • 170˚/160˚ (CR>10)

Color Supported

  • 16.7M

Signal Input

Video Signal

  • Analog RGB / DVI

Sync. Signal

  • Separate H/V, Composite, SOG

Connector

  • DVI-I

Features

Plug & Play

  • DDC 2B

Multimedia Speakers

  • No

Special Features

  • MagicBright3, Off timer, Image Size Colour Effect,Customised key, MagicWizard & MagicTune with AssetManagement, Windows Vista Premium, Safe Mode (DownScaling in UXGA)

Panel

Brightness

  • 250cd/m²

Contrast Ratio

  • DC 50,000:1 (1,000:1) (Typ)

Response Time (G-to-G)

  • 2ms (GTG)

Power

Power consumption

  • 28W (Typ)

Stand-by Power (DPMS)

  • 1W (Typ)

Type

  • External
Display
Screen Size
Resolution
Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)
Color Supported
Panel
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
Response Time (G-to-G)
Signal Input
Video Signal
Sync. Signal
Connector
Power
Power consumption
Stand-by Power (DPMS)
Type
Features
Plug & Play
Multimedia Speakers
Special Features

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Awards

  • Samsung P2270 LCD Monitor

    The latest addition to Samsung’s Touch of Color (ToC) line-up, the P2270 blends form and function to great effect which reflects Samsung’s track record with its LCD monitors. Two features stand out with the P2270: Besides the obvious 1080p Full HD resolution, it also sings green with a very low power consumption figure that Samsung says is half the normal wattage of other monitors. Like other Samsung LCDs that came before it, it has distinct aesthetics that’s reminiscent of other members of the Korean giant’s LCD family. It is Samsung’s emphasis on eye-catching design that sets them apart from the rest of the crowd. This one features what Samsung calls a ‘transparent plastic bezel with rich gray colouring that give it a glass-like appearance.’ Other design features that deserve mention include the glass stand neck as well as the Starlight Touch Controls which are seamlessly integrated into the bezel. The controls are a sight to behold: Run your hands across the bezel next to the power button and the menu controls will appear not unlike stars that light up the night sky. Contrary to first impression, the P2270 is not a 22-inch widescreen monitor. It is actually half an inch less in size at 21.5 inches. It supports Full HD playback with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 and seems to be good for games and movies with a video response time of just 2ms (GTG). Although (Gray-to-gray) is not an accurate indicator but visual tests were more indicative and showed that motion artifacts were indeed minimal at best. A rated brightness of 250cd/m² was more than enough. You can choose preset brightness and contrast via the Menu > Picture > MagicBright settings and choose from one of the many different preset modes available: Text, Internet, Game, Movie, Sport and Dynamic Contrast. Brightness was sufficient for us especially in two key areas: playing games and watching movies. Toning down the settings when we were working with text documents didn’t sacrifice the quality or clarity of the images on screen. Watching The Dark Knight in high definition was an enjoyable experience with rich colours and high clarity. When it comes to physical adjustments, the P2270 only allows tilt adjustments. No swivel or pivot options here. It does have a stated horizontal viewing angle of 170-degrees versus the vertical viewing degree at just 160-degree. That’s enough to share the screen with two other people sitting either side of you. But just about. When it comes to inputs, this monitor only has one available in the form of a DVI-I interface which sits in the back panel. Tellingly, it doesn’t have any of the extra fancy jazz like built-in speakers or USB ports too. Not a lot of monitors come with a power brick. This one does and gives an indication of what its power consumption is like. A look at the Energy Star website shows just how efficient it is in terms of power consumption: 21.10 watts in On mode; 0.98 watts in Sleep mode and 0.43 watts in Off mode. After a through examination of the P2270, if you’re thinking of going green, here’s a reminder that you don’t have to sacrifice your desktop viewing experience in the process.

  • Gfk No.1 Award 2008 For LCD Monitors

    SAMSUNG is the number one seller of LCD Monitors of 2008 and was awarded the GFK no: 1 award in Malaysia. This award was based on the number of sales according to the prominent and popular leading market researcher "GFK Retail and Technology's retail audit data".

  • Quality Management Excellence Award 2008

    SDMA won Industry Excellence Awards 2008's Quality Management Excellence Award (QMEA) as leading TV and monitor manufacturer.