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Samsung 2033SW 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 8, 2010 5 Comments

  • 20″ Wide Full 1600×900 Resolution
  • 15000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 5ms Response Time with 15 pin D-Sub and DVI-D connectors
  • Special Features: MagicBright, image size, color effect, MagicTune safe mode, DVI with HDCP
  • Rich piano black finish, clear acrylic accent bar, and integrated cable housing

Product Description
Imagine a sculpture that doubles as a valuable business tool. That’s the Samsung 2033SW 20″ widescreen LCD monitor. Its soft curves, rich piano black finish, clear acrylic accent bar and integrated cable housing lend distinctive style and sophistication to your desk. The 16:9 aspect ratio provides more room for multitasking, while the 5ms response, exclusive Samsung picture technologies and 15,000:1 dynamic contrast mean razor-sharp, detailed motion video. And a Cus…

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Samsung 2033SW 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung 2033SW 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor”

  1. Mark Shepperson says on: 8 April 2010 at 7:14 pm

    I picked one up today from my local shop as i am in Asia. Samsung are big in Thailand and apart from a phone i have a fridge, wasing MC, TV, microwave, DVD recorder and aircon from them. The fridge temp button has broken and the DVD has had a few problems with DVD reading from the start. I had vowed never to buy Samsung again as the build quality of products are low. I am building a PC and wanted a decent monitor after looking at a few and having one eye on Acer equlivant one i found a shop that had both side by side. The first thing that strikes you is how stylish it is with the smooth lines and high gloss finish that would impress anywhere. The 15,000:1 (5,000 more than the slightly cheaper (20 USD) Acer) picture seems as colourful as my LG Scarlet. The contrast is so define and colours are sharp and have a real depth to them. Both models also had a hard screen that is a must for me and after checking in the shop for dead pixcels i was pleased that it was 100% clear. So Samsung are back in my good books for now, if only for TVs and phones.

  2. Tom Pain says on: 8 April 2010 at 8:56 pm

    Probably closer to 4, but I’ll need more time to evaluate. Concerning the mounting base. The little thumb tab on the screw on the base is a little frustrating, my camera tripod has same and for an old f**t w/ authoritis it can be a challenge. But I noticed all the negative remarks seem to be due to the assembly of the base. There are 2 “male” locators on the base that fit into corresponding “female” holes on the monitor, (at about 10 & 2 o’clock} get these aligned and your set to crank down – snug not tight. Pretty stable after that. Didn’t need the software – couldn’t get it open in anycase. Up graded a Viewsonic A70 – must be 10 yrs old still works. Like trading my wife in for a 40 yr old girl.

    Update after 1 weeks use: I’d up to 4 / 4.5 – noticed a tag on the upper right hand corner (front)says 50,000:1 Dynamic Ratio. Haven’t checked factory specs but that’s a bargain. Advertised @ 15,000:1!

  3. Kevin Kochanski says on: 8 April 2010 at 9:16 pm

    The image on this monitor was great, but what’s the use when it wobbles so much it gives you a headache? My partner’s monitor (different model) is on the same desk, and his does not wobble at all, but when I hooked up this one, on one thin pole so it shakes back and forth when you’re simply typing. Also, mine was tilted to the left a little and it drove me crazy. It’s going back to the store tomorrow.

    For the record, the stand was not difficult to assemble. Just crap.

  4. R. Nightingale says on: 9 April 2010 at 12:00 am

    This monitor is great… I don’t have any complaints. The stand went on perfectly, it probably took me 1 minute because I’m not the best when it comes to putting stuff together. BUT THIS STAND WAS A PIECE OF CAKE!!! Don’t listen to all those lunatics who complain about the stand and bring the rating down. It is a great monitor!

  5. Melvin F. Martin says on: 9 April 2010 at 12:14 am

    Very nice screen output, very bright and has the necessary controls needed for a monitor, BUT, the stand is serious drawback for a picky user. I got the base on but looked at the screen with head tilted to the right. For what ever reason the screen was tilted with the right side lower. I have placed a old mouse pad under the right side to raise it a little. Just going to add felt feet to one side of the base.

    This does reduce the overall product which is should be unnecessary. All Samsung needed was to improve a obvious defect but they choose not to do due. And yes, it does wobble on my desk but we only use for normal home internet use, I found it is bearable. This product should have 4 to 5 rating but the issue on the base brings it down, sorry they choose this action.

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