There are oh so many monitors to choose from these days. Looking for the right monitors that suits your individual needs can be tricky, what with so many different features, styles, and finishes. Today we will be looking at a De-branded HP 25” HD-LCD Monitor. This monitor has some pretty impressive features; one example is a 1920×1080 resolution allowing you to have full 1080p, unlike those fake HD monitors. It’s also packed with a 3ms response time and a contrast ratio of 60,000:1. I for one am very excited to test this Monitor. Geeks.com was nice enough to send us over the HP De-branded 25-inch HD Widescreen LCD Monitor to review. Geeks.com is a great place to find cheap LCD monitors.
So you have yourself a nifty laptop, working away diligently when you start to realize you might need more desktop space. Using a laptop, you find yourself locked into that 15-inch monitor but you need more room, what do you do? Well Samsung might have the perfect solution for you, if you have the extra space; the Samsung LD190G USB Monitor.
When I was asked to take a look at a couple of Samsung LCD monitors, as usual I jumped on whichever one was the larger size. In this case it would be the Samsung P2370HD though when I received it a few days later little did I realize at the time that this particular monitor would be a HDTV, bonus right? Over the course of my computer experience I have always enjoyed using and looking at Samsung LCD monitors. I have always found that they produce a bright, sharp and vivid display without having to break the bank and I was looking forward to test driving the P2370HD to see if Samsung has been keeping up with its quality for well built displays.
It seems like computer monitors, especially LCD monitors are finally starting to move over to the 16:9 aspect ratio. When we first started seeing widescreen models they were all 16:10 aspect ratio, so you would have resolutions like 1680 x 1050 and 1920 x 1200. Now the 16:9 models are starting to come out offering full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. Today we will be looking at one such monitor the Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW, which is a 22-inch display that features a 5ms response time, 15000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a very sleek design.
High Definition (HD), is the new thing. Everyone wants an HDTV, a Blu-ray player, Sony PS3, etc. With all of these components why not have an HD computer monitor as well? You can now get a Blu-ray player for your computer and many new HD monitors have HDMI input so you can connect anything up to it. The monitor we are looking at today does have one such HDMI input and looks great. The VX2433wm is a 23.6-inch widescreen (16:9) monitor that features a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 2ms response time, and quite a few input choices.
In today’s digital world the majority of computer users are using LCD monitors. No matter where you are using a computer, in the office or in the home, Samsung is one of the top manufacturers of LCD monitors. Typically, LCD monitors are pretty much all the same when it comes to style and design. For example, you know that boring black bezel that makes LCD monitors look all the same? Samsung has decided to bring a bit more class and elegance to their LCD monitors with the introduction of their T series, T meaning Touch of Color.
Sometimes the best things in life are unmarked or unbranded: Federal Reserve notes, police records, white bags of food at the grocery store, and cheap, generic medicines. Like those, this 22″ widescreen LCD monitor lacks markings or branding, but my keen eye, and Geeks.com’s product page, tell me this is an HP TS-22W7H monitor with HDMI and VGA input. It has speakers, too! Does this monitor shine? Does it display excellently? ThinkComputers finds out.
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