Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight

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Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight

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  • Samsung’s ultra-slim LED monitors will revolutionize your personal computing environment.
  • Don’t be afraid of the dark. Or the light. The PX2370 ensures your dark and light colors are never compromised.
  • Magic Eco makes saving energy easy. This feature allows you to work on your monitor at 100 %, 75 % or 50 % brightness
  • The MagicLux feature measures ambient light and has four settings which automatically adjust the screen to optimum brightness.

The Samsung PX2370 23 inch widescreen LCD-LED backlit monitor is elegance defined. Showcasing a Touch of Color charcoal-gradation finish and a profile of just 16.5 mm thin, the PX2370 is pure elegance. The PX2370’s images are best-in-class, as well. The LCD-LED backlight produces mega dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1 for unprecedented detail. Fast 2 ms (G2G) response and 1,920 x 1,080 full HD resolution yield the sharpest images. And with 100 % sRGB color standard reproduction, color will be displayed as it was meant to be displayed. It’s the pinnacle of elegance and performance. The Samsung PX2370 LCD-LED monitor.
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Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight

Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor With LED Backlight

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  1. 112 of 121 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easier on the eyes, worth the extra price, August 26, 2010
    By 
    Kris Bryant “Playful Artist” (Northern Minnesota, where the lonely loons sing) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight (Electronics)

    Okay, I admit it, I’m cheap. I didn’t want to spend $300.00 on a monitor this size when I could get another brand with similar specs for almost half the price. But this monitor made me a believer. This monitor is so far about the others in it’s class that I feel compelled to write a review. 🙂

    My current monitor broke, so I bought one of these locally (Samsung PX230) just to play with while I ordered a few competitors so I could take them all for a test drive. Although I liked the look of this monitor, I had no intention of keeping it. Well, think again. The other monitors arrived. All LED, all with similar specs, all major trusted name brands. I tried them all for several days each. After trying them all in my home, I decided this one is worth the extra price. In fact, it is well worth it.

    There are several things that make this monitor stand out from the crowd, but to me the most important of all is how easy it is on my eyes. I am very sensitive to refresh rate and flicker and such, and I often get headaches and eye strain from being on the computer. That’s tough, because I’m on it all day long, 7 days a week. My job is online plus I’m also an avid gamer and I do a lot of photo and video editing. Refresh rate (not response time) was one of the key specs I was looking for because my eyes normally hurt like heck if the refresh rate isn’t at least 85. And yes, this is true on LCD’s, too, not just the old CRT technology. Anyway, this monitor only lists a 60 hz refresh rate, which I have always found to be too low. That’s why I thought it would not work for me. Well, surprise, surprise, it actually was easier on my eyes than the others I tested that had higher refresh rates. I don’t know what they did in this technology, but this monitor is by far the best for reducing eye strain that I have ever found. I can stare at it all day without any headaches or eye strain or burning, and for me that says a lot!

    Another thing I love about it is that it has 4 separate brightness/contrast modes that are designed specifically for PC, Internet and entertainment applications, and you can switch back and forth between them with the touch of a button. This is fantastic for going back and forth between staring at an excel spreadsheet to photo editing to gaming or watching a movie. Seriously, with the touch of a button you can switch to optimum settings for each new task. This may sound a bit nutty, since you’ve probably never done this in the past, but trust me, once you’ve experienced having these options, you’ll never go back. I used to hate having to work all day on excel spreadsheets and such. All those close-set black lines on a white background were murder on my eyes after a few hours. But with the correct mode engaged and a little tweaking (which stays adjusted to your liking) looking at a spreadsheet is as restful as looking out the window. Then, when I’m ready to switch to a game or movie, I just toggle the button to the appropriate setting and all the perfect colors and contrast jump out at me again. It’s just fabulous! With every other monitor I’ve had to choose a happy medium with my display settings, which always meant compromise, but with these separate modes, I can easily toggle back and forth so each task is done under the ideal viewing settings. It really does make a difference!

    The adjustment buttons are in the back, which seems weird at first, but as soon as you realize which button is under which finger, it’s easy and intuitive. You basically just hold your hand in a natural position on the side of the monitor, and wiggle each finger (individually) to work the buttons. The trick is to memorize which control is under which finger, then it’s easy.

    I also really like the “MagicLux” feature that senses the ambient light and adjusts the monitor accordingly. I have tried this monitor in different locations and lighting conditions and the automatic adjustment really works!

    I chose the LED technology because they are easier on the eyes (a top priority), but all the monitors I tested along with this one were LED, too, and some of them seemed the same as LCD to me. With the LED Viewsonic, for example, I really couldn’t tell the difference between LED and LCD. With this monitor, however, the LED backlighting along with their other display technology really does deliver a very natural looking light. I live in the woods in a remote area and I’m outdoors a lot, so I know what natural light is supposed to look like. This monitor delivers the most natural looking and comfortable light of any I’ve tested. It truly is restful on the eyes. 🙂

    If LED technology is important to you for more earth-friendly reasons, like low energy use, low EMF’s, and lack of toxic metals like Mercury and lead, you will also be happy to learn that in addition to these things, this particular monitor is also one of the few on the market that is made…

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  2. 102 of 110 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty amazing monitor…, June 17, 2010
    This review is from: Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight (Electronics)

    This is by far the best monitor I have ever had, that being said i have previously
    owned a 23″ LED LCD 1080p and a 26″ LCD monitor. This monitor by far surpasses the
    image quality and design of both those products.

    LED Backlighting: My previous LED monitor was just about as good as this one but
    the previous monitor had a glass pane over the screen. This monitor however has
    a matte finished screen for a no glare experience…

    Contrast: Obviously the contrast ratio is not 5M : 1 but it is the best on any
    monitor I have ever seen. A little bit of tweaking in the color menu and you
    will have life like pictures/video/gaming all on this screen

    Boot Speed: Some reviews on here state that the Boot Speed is slow, this is not
    the case with mine, it boots up in less than a second after touching the touch
    sensitive power button conveniently located on the bottom middle of the bezel….

    Design: Most people complain about not having a swivel option… Just turn your
    monitor its not that hard…. Others complain about a lack of a height adjustment…
    Just sit lower/higher… The tilt adjustment is all I need to have this monitor set
    up just the way i want it…

    Lack of Inputs: This monitor comes with a DVI and a HDMI input… Which is not a problem
    for me because all my devices support those two formats. But to everyone else that has
    a component hook up, you are SOL… If you have a VGA connection the monitor comes with a
    very useful VGA to DVI cable that works pretty well with my Sony Vaio….

    Response Time: My old LED monitor had a terrible response time, and I am an avid gamer so I
    need a good response time, well this monitor excels in the response time category, games
    are crisp with no blur and the image responds perfectly with every move I make!!!

    In Conclusion: This monitor is sexy, lightweight, and has the most amazing picture you
    will ever see in a 23 in. PLEASE GO BUY THIS PRODUCT….

    What’s great about it: LED Backlighting, Contrast, Brightness, Boot Speed, Simplicity…
    What’s not so great: Buttons on back, Lack of inputs…

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  3. 31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Monitor – Very Happy, November 28, 2010
    By 
    RPJ (NY, NY) –

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    This review is from: Samsung PX2370 23-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor with LED Backlight (Electronics)

    The PX2370 really doesn’t need another positive review, just thought I would add mine because I had purchased 2 new Dell UltraSharp U2211H monitors, and replaced them with the PX2370. At Dell’s website they advertise the U2211H monitor as being 20.25″ x 7.25 ” x 13.69″ WDH. I have owned Dell UltraSharps and know they are good monitors, and based on the dimensions of this monitor, thought it would be good replacement for my 19″ Dell UltraSharps. Well, when I received the monitors (I use dual monitors), I found the monitors were only 12 inches tall, which was a surprise. I wanted a monitor that was as least as tall as my 19″, but wider.

    In my search for new monitors, it was going to be either the Dell or Samsung PX2370. I thought I could live with the U2211Hs (the monitor itself is quite good), but it was not the size I wanted. So I purchased 2-PX2370s from Amazon and returned the Dells.

    Now I am happy!
    – The PX2370s are the size advertised, and the color and clarity of images are stunning (actually better than the Dells, which are IPS panels).
    – The monitors are very light weight and give off virtually no heat (the Dell UltraSharps are not LED lit so they do produce some heat and are heavier).
    – The PX2370 does not have the variety of connectors or the monitor height adjustments of the Dell (reason for 4 stars not 5), but so far this has not been a problem. The height of the PX2370 as it sits on your desk is at a normal height. I do think Samsung could put more effort in this aspect of their monitors (they should also have a display port connector).
    – I was a little concerned about the wobble I had read about for the PX2370. I thought maybe the monitor might fall over. That is not the case. The reason for the wobble is probably due to how lightweight the monitor is. The base of the monitor is quite sturdy and has little rubber pads on the bottom to keep it from moving around. If you knock your desk, the monitor will do a little wobble, but will not fall over. To me, it is a non-issue (unless I move to an active earth quake zone).
    – One other thing. Dell UltraSharps have a tendency for light to bleed through the screen around the edges. This is noticeable when your PC is booting up and the screen is all black. With the U2211Hs, the bleed through was along the top edge and in 2 places very noticeable (one other reason I decided to return them). No such problem with the PX2370s.

    As someone who has used a variety of computer monitors and systems, (and works in IT), I can Definitely recommend these monitors. Some might say, “Well, these are TN panels not IPS.”, which is true, but from someone who has used both, the color and clarity of these monitors is better than the Dell IPS panels, and in addition, you get that fast response time (good for gamers), that is not seen in IPS panels.

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