The box sports the Samsung Logo and already introduces you to the LCD's features. Samsung also follows the trend of using the shining black color around the LCD. This will make it shine in the light and look good, but also attract dust and fingerprints like a magnet. A price had to be paid for the look; the only issue is if you want to pay it.
In a moment I'll tell you the LCD's specifications, but first let's see the unpacked product...
Screen Size: 21.6"
Maximum/recommended resolution: 1680 X 1050
Viewing Angle: 170° (H) / 160° (V)
Brightness: 300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: DC 3000:1(1000:1)
Response Time: 5ms
Display Type: WSXGA+
Input Video Compatibility: Analog RGB, Digital
Connectors: D-Sub, DVI-D
D-Sub 1/ DVI 1/ HDMI No
Power Consumption : 50W
Stand Adjustments: Swivel & Tilt
Built in TV Tuner: No
Built in Speakers: No
HDCP Support: Yes
Plug & Play: DDC 2B
High Glossy Black
Windows Vista: Certified for Windows Vista
216BW LCD Monitor
Dimensions (W×H×D): 20.2" x 16.6" x 8.6"
Weight: 13.2 lbs.
Parts: 3 years limited
Labor: 3 years limited
The first impression once you set your hands on it if you've never seen an LCD this big is: this monitor is huge! The LCD is pretty stylish. The power and other buttons worked as they should when it was turned on; one doesn't have to push too hard, and too gentle of a push won't turn it on unintentionally.
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