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Samsung T240 24 inch WideScreen 1000:1 5ms DVI/HDMI LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 20, 2010 5 Comments

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A monitor that mirrors art? Samsung designed the T240 with gracefully sculpted edges and a bezel with a soft hint of rich red. It also delivers impressive features like a 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio for sharper images and 2 ms response time which eliminates blurring. The Samsung T240 is more than just a monitor, its high-style combined with impressive technology….

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Samsung T240 24 inch WideScreen 1000:1 5ms DVI/HDMI LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “Samsung T240 24 inch WideScreen 1000:1 5ms DVI/HDMI LCD Monitor”

  1. Sharon P says on: 20 April 2010 at 3:17 pm

    Stay away from this if you plan to use it as a wall-mounted TV. We bought this for our spare room, to watch TV while using the treadmill or to play video games. Firstly, this only comes with an instruction sheet- if you want the user manual you’ll have to google and download it. Second, in order mount it to the wall, you will have to purchase THE CORRECT bracket. I found different types of brackets online- but the one we needed was found on someone else’s recommendation. This bracket didn’t quite fit either, and we had to do some welding to make it work. Thirdly, you will discover that you also have to buy addition cables to get your DVDs to play in color. Forget the game system- we just moved it to another TV. Overall, this was not an easy install- it took a week and was frustrating to figure out what we needed and make it work together. Mind you, both my husband and I have tech experience. For the time and extra money you’ll spend on the bracket and cables- buy something that comes with all the components- or at least states what else you’ll need. As for performance, it’s only been a week- but, so far the biggest drawback is the slow channel changes.

  2. toolman258 says on: 20 April 2010 at 5:26 pm

    This monitor is so clear it is scary! If you have the 20000 to 1 contrast ratio monitor like me then it unfortunatly has no speakers but i have surround sound anyway so I could care less. I would rather have this picture than a lesser picture with crapy 10 watt speakers!!!!

  3. N. QUAN says on: 20 April 2010 at 6:47 pm

    the Samsung T240 is not what you think it is. Sometimes it looks like a TV and sometimes it is not. Got to be very careful

  4. Robert A. Morin says on: 20 April 2010 at 8:22 pm

    When I initially bought the T240 monitor, I was home more during the day, and there was a decent amount of light around the home. I always assumed that because it was a Touch of Color monitor, that it would have the same picture quality as their ToC HDTV line, which I have the LN46A750. Boy, was I disappointed to find out that it was only a TN-panel, I never knew that up until it was too late. It was always assumed that since this was one of Samsung’s higher-end monitors, that it would’ve used their own S-PVA technology.

    Needless to say, now that I’ve been using it for a while, and now that I’m home at night, and work during the day, I’ve begun to notice that the shades of black were NOT deep at all, no matter how I tried to configure the settings, since I’ve been playing some games that have cutscenes, the black bars were too brightly gray. So I went and traded this monitor in for the Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP, and I don’t regret that move. I have a far better monitor now, and it can handle low-lighting situations a whole lot better, and it does have that premium picture quality that I was really looking for.

    The T240 was a fine monitor to start out with, and it was good for certain tasks that I did more of during the day, and did handle motion well, as well as making the internet legible to use. However, it did start to get a little fuzzy as time went along… Also, I started to hate that the monitor has to cycle through all the different inputs when you reboot your PC, that’s as annoying as ever.

    Bottom line, even tho this was a great monitor for doing internet and casual use during the day, it’s not really that good with games, nor with Media Center when you’re watching a DVD or TV over PC. Rating this a C+ for right now.

  5. J. Montgomery says on: 20 April 2010 at 10:51 pm

    I am a serious photographer who spends a lot of time in PhotoShop. I foolishly bought this product believing that it was a suitable monitor for serious graphics work. Shame on me. I should have spent the money on an Apple or other serious (but not over the top) alternative. It is very fuzzy. The color, even after numerous attempts at calibration, is miles off. The controls on the side are a joke and impossible to see. I am astonished to read some reviews that acknowledge that the controls stink but go on to lavish praise on the product because it is stylish. The documentation is terrible, using abbreviations that are nowhere defined. If you want to see your email in big fuzzy letters, this may be a good machine for you. If image quality is a serious concern, look elsewhere. There are lots of alternatives out there.

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