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Samsung SyncMaster 225BW 22-Inch LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 29, 2010 5 Comments

  • Viewable area – 22″ wide
  • Approximate 16 – 9 perspective
  • Pixel Pitch – 0.282 mm
  • Brightness (Typical) – 280 cd/m2
  • Response Time (Typical) – 5ms (GTG)

Product Description
Imagine having more room to spread out. The Samsung 225BW combines a 22″ screen with a 16: 10 widescreen aspect ratio to give you a bigger window on your world. Whether you use that power to work more efficiently or to watch a bigger blockbuster, you get sharp text and crisp motion through a fast response time, 700: 1 contrast ratio and exclusive technologies like MagicColor and MagicBright2. And it’s all topped off by a height-adjustable stand and optional integrat…

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Samsung SyncMaster 225BW 22-Inch LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung SyncMaster 225BW 22-Inch LCD Monitor”

  1. Jeff says on: 29 April 2010 at 5:42 pm

    junk. is all I can say. Samsung pulls the bait and switch on us by using other manufacturers for their screens. beware the “C” on the label-back of the monitor. I bought this one and the 940N- my 225 is a “C” and the other one- a 940n is a “A” on the label. Huge difference. and forget about the 226- the quality has gone downhill. google for the 226 A and the S. AVOID THE “C”- most of the guys on the forums only have 1 monitor and if you put the A beside the C it will be totally apparent to you.

  2. Chihlung Shih says on: 29 April 2010 at 8:39 pm

    I have been using this monitor for about a week now. It does require a video card with driver that supports its max. resolution. Picture quality is very good and the back light breeding is not noticeable under regular conditions. Text is not as sharp as my Apple powerbook or Sony laptop but acceptable. The stand is really handy and it is not very big when it is placed on the desk. A very good buy.

  3. Olivia D. says on: 29 April 2010 at 11:31 pm

    22″ TN screen is good enough for daily use, like surfing web or watching a video.

    Ergonomics design is the edge of this product, which affects my purchase most.

  4. Ulric Haynes Jr. says on: 30 April 2010 at 12:45 am

    This Samsung Monitor was purchased and sent to a friend in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Carefully packed, the monitor arrived intact and is giving complete satisfaction to the end user.

  5. davexnet says on: 30 April 2010 at 3:04 am

    Like Curley Joe, I have been wary of those color utility programs that make changes at the system level. Can I “undo” if necessary? Will

    XP system restore revert all the changes, etc,etc?

    For now, I set mine on warm color temp, and fiddled with the contrast and

    brightness. I was lucky, I had recently updated my motherboard to a

    Biostar Geforce 6100 – a budget board, but it’s on-board video supported

    the native resolution directly once the monitor’s driver was installed.

    And it looks great.

    Got mine on Black Friday, [...], after 2 mail-in

    rebates.

    One final thing for those using the analog vga connection (as I am)

    the cable supplied with the unit seems of questionable quality,

    my image had a strange color cast to it, and very slightly fuzzy. I replaced

    it with another spare cable I had laying around the house

    and the image improved substantially. 4 out of 5, would have given it 5, but for

    the odd, confusing, and poorly (or not at all) explained color adjustments.

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