From a physical standpoint the Samsung P2370 does not differ much over the previous Samsung LCD monitor I looked at; the T240. Samsung incorporates their Touch of Color (ToC) to give the display a more modern and elegant look. The bezel consists of a black piano finish with a hint of rose red.
While we are looking at the front of the monitor, you will notice that Samsung has also included their Starlight Touch menu. It is touch sensitive which activates when you tap the area near the power button. To keep constant with the rose red colour of the bezel, the menu lights up with a red glow. No more bulky buttons, this approach allows for a smooth front bezel. It will also keep your guests guessing how to change the channel or play with the volume level if they cannot find the remote.
When you take a look at the back of the monitor you will notice why this is an HDTV and not a regular LCD monitor. The connections for the various inputs are grouped together and easily to distinguish.
On Screen Menu
The menu is accessed via the Starlight Touch Menu on the front bezel or via the remote control. Navigation is relatively straight-forward like other on-screen monitors’ menus. I do recommend using the included remote control as it provides a much easier way of navigating through the various options.