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Old 23-08-2011
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Samsung LED Monitors Buying Guide
  

There are lots of points which come in mind when you are planning to upgrade new monitor for your system. It can be a matter of choice for a user to go for an upgrade or to choose an appropriate monitor at the time of purchase. Today it becomes a bit difficult to choose the best one among a large a variety of monitors. There are tons of products with many ranges that differ in size, price, resolution, etc. It is better recommended that you must take a help of buying guide to get more information on your purchase. The first thing which is needed to check is the aspect Ratio. The resolution of LCD displays for PC widescreen used an aspect ratio of 16:10, while LCD TVs / plasma, a ratio of 16:9.

On the PC, for example, we use resolutions like 1280 ? 800, 1440 ? 900, 1650 x 1080, meaning the number of pixels that had horizontal x vertical. In some new monitors, has adopted a resolution known as "HD" or High Definition, which comes in two flavors of pixels: 1280 ? 1920 ? 720 and 1080. This has had an interesting impact on monitors "intermediate." Previously, the monitors 20-22 "were limited to a resolution of 1680 ? 1050. Today, it is common monitors with different size: 21.5 "- 23", which have higher density of pixels and are capable of displaying a resolution of 1920 x 1080, winning "space" in both wide and high. The other thing that matter is the monitor size.

The first thing that will draw attention is the size of the monitor. The good thing is, as mentioned at the beginning, there have been intervening in the market monitors 21.5 "and 23" are definitely better options for 20 "or 22" we had just a year ago. If you need something bigger monitors are 25 ", still with a 16:10 aspect ratio, which are capable of displaying a resolution of 1920 x 1200. There are also 28? showing the same resolution. Among the small monitors, we have 17 "18.5" and 19".


The next point I have to take into account is the resolution. That is, the number of pixels we'll see. That is, the higher the resolution, more pixels have to work. In a TV, the difference in 1280 vs. 1920 x 1080 x 720 may not mean much (at least for most), because the movie will earn more detail (which is distinguishable in larger TVs), but the change is not dramatic as going from a standard definition TV, vs. one in high definition. In computer monitors, however, change is much more important. Look at the difference of a resolution of 1920 x 1080 against an 800 ? 600 (the lowest possible, at least on my monitor). The resolution therefore does not give a larger work area. With the resolution of 1920 x 1080 (the first image of the two) could have several programs open, all without necessarily are hidden from each other.

What to look in a monitor:

I believe to go for a higher resolution and widescreen gameplay. The best is to go for 21.5 "or 23" or higher. I had mentioned. They're the best balance between size have / resolution, it gives us the ability to watch movies and all kinds of content that is in "Full HD", or 1920 ? 1080. In addition, the price difference between a 21.5 "and one of 20" is almost minimal, usually. And when we consider a 19 "to a 21.5", we have a monitor that does not occupy much space, but give us a much higher resolution.

So if you are looking for a monitor with a perfect balance between size / resolution / price can not go wrong with a 21.5 "that has 1920 ? 1080 resolution. If you are looking for something bigger, or are uncomfortable that resolution on a monitor 21.5 "is always the option of 23", with which we see all those glorious pixels at a greater distance. These are the typical specs to read, but do not know what they really mean. So better go for some manual and other view help to get in detail information on the same. The important thing here is, therefore, look for a monitor that has the highest Contrast Ratio (i.e. the number on the left, for example, 10,000:1), but not blindly guided by this information

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Re: Samsung LED Monitors Buying Guide

Why to go for LED Monitors?

LED monitors do get more benefit from a true Contrast Ratio. The reason to choose them is low power consumption and high contrast ration. The output of a blu ray disc or an high definition video is just awesome on LED. In this can get much better contrast ratios than LCD standards and you can notice that on your own. The size and weight is just as per the need. Above all you get an awesome set of colors and better brightness. Unlike Contrast Ratio, Response Time is a point that matters. It is found in the specification when we see a number like: 6ms or 5ms or 2ms.

There is an effect called ghosting. What it means is you can see fast moving objects with a halo behind them. This is not found in LEDs but are common in led monitors. When you see a fast moving objects it presents a shadow behind which is due to lack of hd output. Most LCDs on the market have a 5ms response time at least, which is more than enough to virtually eliminate this problem. Go for a high contrast ratio and low response time. This will surely fit your need. Also LED monitors comes with connectivity support. They provide you direct connection with pcs and other devices.

Samsung LED Monitors:

Samsung is a market leader in monitors and some the best product starts from here. There are number of HD LED monitors available for the Indian market. The price is listed next to the brand with features and specifications you need to know.

Samsung LED S27A550H - Price MRP Rs. 20,500/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Energy Saver (Smart Motion Technology) : Motion sensors which automatically detects movement within a specified area in front of the screen. When you move away from the screen, it become dim automatically.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
Samsung LED S19A300N ? Price MRP Rs. 6,900/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
Samsung LED S20A300N ? Price MRP Rs. 7,200/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
Samsung LED S22A300B ? Price MRP Rs. 9,400/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
Samsung LED S23A300B ? Price MRP Rs. 11,000/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
Samsung LED S24A300B ? Price MRP Rs. 16,000/-


Highlighted Features :
  • Mega Dynamic Contrast : 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio, crystal clear picture quality.
  • Gentle on Eyes : Samsung?s Eco light sensor allows adjusting light settings as per your environment. Eco light sensor creates a brilliant visual display while also minimizing your energy consumption
  • Brightness Control : Configure your monitor on different brightness control scheme and save energy.
  • Different Viewing Angles : There viewing angles ? Diagonal/Bottom/Standing. Watch from anywhere in same output.
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Re: Samsung LED Monitors Buying Guide

I am using LG LED monitor lol! and I like it's picture revolution quality. I've bought it last month from a good online shopping store with cheap cost. And here i just would like to say thanks about get to know why we should go for LED monitor. I hope all other would like to purchase LED monitor after read this interesting review.
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