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Samsung 2343BWX 23-Inch LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 12, 2010 5 Comments

  • 23-inch screen display with 2048×1152(QWXGA) resolution
  • 20,000:1 of contrast ratio -5ms response time
  • Brightness 300 cd/m² -
  • Special Features Power off 0.3W(Typ.), MagicBright3, Image Size, Color Effect,Customized key, MagicWizard & MagicKey & MagicTune with AssetManagement
  • Windows Vista Premium,DVI with HDCP, MagicRotation S/W(Pivot),Winodws Vista Premium, MultiScreen S

Product Description
Samsung’s SyncMaster 2343BWX is a high quality 23″ display with a slim design to give you the visibility you need without taking up precious desk space. Its ultra high resolution provide you extra work space for productivity and comfortable….

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Samsung 2343BWX 23-Inch LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung 2343BWX 23-Inch LCD Monitor”

  1. D. Chiu says on: 12 April 2010 at 3:29 pm

    When attached with a VGA cable, right hand side of the panel consistently exhibits flickering horizontal red lines. Switching over to DVI is even worse; showing SOLID red lines (both vertical and horizontal) Light beige area takes on an interesting cyan tint. This is an absolute piece of junk.

    Edit – Four months after receiving “exchange approval” from Samsung, they have yet to ship the replacement unit. This is despite their telephone reps politely assured a replacement will be shipped “soon” each time I called (once every two or three weeks.) Not only does Samsung produced an inferior piece equipment, their customer service is also bottom of the barrel rotten.

    Edit – Finally had enough and wrote a snail mail letter to President of Samsung America. Received a call four days later and was told that they have no new replacement unit available (could’ve just say that three months ago.) I accepted an refurbished unit in exchange, let’s hope that one works better than this one (fingers crossed.)

    Edit – Refurb exchanged received, and appears to work. Let’s hope it stays that way…

  2. World Traveler says on: 12 April 2010 at 3:47 pm

    No complaints on the product. It’s a lttle larger than I need and takes up too much space on my desk. I should have ordered a 21″ which would have been fine for my needs. I hooked it up to my latop and it looked like crap due to the video card, not the monitor. So I went out and bought a new DELL top of the line desk top and it works great. Nice not needing reading glasses to use the computer. Bottom line: bigger is not better, check out a 21″ monitor before ordering, it might be a more suitable.

  3. spinoza says on: 12 April 2010 at 5:59 pm

    I purchased this as a second monitor for my new iMac, and will be returning it today. The text sharpness and contrast are so poor in comparison to the iMac that I find it impossible to use, it really comes across as washed out in comparison. I guess that’s what happens when you get spoiled with good quality. The only reason why it is getting good reviews from others, I would imagine, is that they are using it with their PCs and have nothing to compare it to. I’m not sure why there’s such a difference, perhaps because the iMac is a razor-sharp LED display. In any case, I really can’t recommend this for anyone.

  4. Ellen Holloway says on: 12 April 2010 at 6:54 pm

    This monitor has a very sharp image! It was a great value and my husband loves it. He plays games like Myst and the details in the scenes are beautiful.

  5. John T. Desantis says on: 12 April 2010 at 7:23 pm

    I bought this to replace an old Benq 17″. It’s a nice Monitor for the price but I’m now wondering why I bought a Wide Screen. Unless you switch to a 4:3 Aspect Windows is stretched and doesn’t look that good. Not the Monitors fault. Also, the touch controls are iffy and slow to respond and the Monitor moves every time I use them. ( it’s very light )

    The other issue is when I tried to register, the Samsung site would not recognize the SN# Turns out the SN on the box leaves out one digit. The extra digit is on the Monitor and after realizing that, I could register.

    All in all it’s a good buy………

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