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Samsung 2243BWT 22 inch WideScreen 5ms DVI LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 26, 2010 2 Comments

  • Slim design with matte black finish and touch key functions
  • Ergonomic 4-way adjustable stand with height, swivel, tilt, and pivot adjustability
  • Energy Star compliant
  • 8000:1 ultra high dynamic contrast ratio with 5ms fast response time
  • 1680 x 1050 resolution and dual-input 15 pin D-Sub and DVI-D connectors

Product Description
The 2243BWT LCD Monitor by Samsung offers a space-saving design with all the features you need. Make sure you’re in the best position to do your finest work with the height adjustable stand (HAS) and 8000:1 dynamic contrast ratio ensures superior quality, easy to view images. Along with MagicTune and complete Microsoft Vista premium certification, the 2243bwt is idal for demanding users….

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Samsung 2243BWT 22 inch WideScreen 5ms DVI LCD Monitor

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2 Responses to “Samsung 2243BWT 22 inch WideScreen 5ms DVI LCD Monitor”

  1. K. Hogan says on: 26 April 2010 at 4:04 pm

    Well I just got this monitor today from Tiger Direct. Tiger Direct delivered it properly packaged and pretty quickly. However, the directions that came with the monitor were pretty poor; I had a problem finding out where the height adjustment was. So I called Samsung tech support. After being put on hold by the tech – twice – he informed me that this monitor doesn’t come with height adjustment, there is a separate stand for it that I could purchase from Samsung. I ended up hanging up on him. Later, my roomate came home and figured out where the height adjustment was, and it is now the right height.

    Then I went on line to register it. The website kept telling me the Serial # was not valid. I gave up after checking and rechecking the s/n. So I called Samsung again. No, I can’t register it on the phone or via mail. I give up. I am done with Samsung.

  2. Russell Malenchek says on: 26 April 2010 at 5:06 pm

    I bought this monitor to use at work as a secondary display for my Dell latptop. Both of my displays have a max resolution of 1680×1050, so there are no scaling issues when I transfer a doc, or remote desktop to the Samsung from the laptop display. It’s very simple to use, and the rotation software allows for portrait orientation which is great for working with legal sixe documents. It comes with DVI and VGA cable, which is very convenient. I see USB, but havent used it so I cant speak to that. One thing I really like about this monitor is that although it is widescreen, it doesnt feel “squat” like a lot of widescreen monitors do. It has a good length to width proportion.

    Samsung is a quality vendor, this is no exception.

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