View two websites at once. Read a chart at full size. Samsung's secondary notebook displays can increase both your view and productivity. Set up is easy with a USB hookup, bottom line stand and tilt function.
Deeper dark tones and brighter light tones are achieved by the 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, creating lifelike images with precision and clarity. Images are displayed with an intensity that enhances both enjoyment and emotional engagement with movies, games and pictures.
With 16:9 aspect ratio monitors, you can watch full HD 1080p videos on your monitor free from distortion and letterboxing.
A glossy black notebook-style bezel matches your notebook's look, while a tilt range of 10 to 40 degrees allows you to match your preferred notebook viewing angle.
The only time you’ll see an image stretched or distorted is when the director wants you to. With a 5ms response time, you'll have sharp motion without blur and a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 displays detailed lights and darks.
You’ll want to take a second look with this monitor. And a third and a fourth. At 1920x1080 it delivers breathtakingly vivid HD on a wide screen. There’s so much photorealistic detail that every time you watch something on it, you’ll feel like you’re seeing it for the very first time.
The eco-friendly off timer is an energy saving feature that allows the monitor to be turned off automatically at any specified time. Use it and ensure that the monitor maintains its optimum performance level for an extended period of time, remaining reliable and dependable for the duration of its life.
Using the Color Effect feature gives you access to a range of photographic effects, enabling you to enjoy enhanced image interaction. The four color effects available, Grayscale, Green, Aqua, and Sepia, open up your options and allow you to choose the view that suits your mood for a truly tailored viewing experience.
Why should seeing the whole picture be a stretch of the original? With Samsung’s intelligent adjustable image size function, you’ll be able to enjoy images exactly as they were intended, by portraying standard sized content in its original format, on a wider screen.
The diagonal measurement of a TV screen or monitor, from corner to corner.
Fixed number of horizontal scan lines on a monitor. P (Progressive) means scan lines are drawn in sequence.
Difference in light intensity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black). Higher ratio means more contrast.
Difference in luminosity between brightest color (white) & darkest (black) over time. Higher ratio means more contrast.
Degrees from side to side (and above to below) from which a screen can be viewed without loss of quality.
Typical speed at which pixels can change color. Lower response times mean better motion image reproduction.
Number of colors that an LCD monitor is capable of displaying.
Energy consumed by a monitor while off or in sleep mode, as per Display Power Management Signaling.
Attachment for bracket that enables a monitor to hang on the wall and pivot or tilt for optimal positioning.
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, without stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in inches (in.).
Weight of the monitor, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the monitor, including shipping container, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Universal Serial Bus. Hardware interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer.
VGA connection that transmits analog component video signals via 15 shielded pins at the end of a cable.
Color of the stand and casing that frames a monitor's screen.
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