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Samsung 2333HD and the LG Flatron E2350V
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  • Samsung 2333HD and the LG Flatron E2350V
  • Samsung Features and Design
  • LG Flatron E2350V monitor
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    Samsung 2333HD and the LG Flatron E2350V - LG Flatron E2350V monitor

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    The LG Flatron E2350V is a 23-inch monitor that is not spectacular in any way, but it does offer steadiness in the way of performance and features. Of even more importance is that the E2350V is competitively priced around $270, and it comes with a three-year warranty on parts and labor.

    The Flatron E2350V's 23-inch screen has a full HD resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The monitor offers good performance while gaming as well as watching movies. It offers good color accuracy and deep black levels. The only possible complaint in the performance department could be that its screen is a tad on the dim side and not as bright as some other monitors on the market.

    The adjustable settings on the E2350V can be accessed via controls on the lower right panel of the monitor which bring up its OSD. The OSD is quite user-friendly, lining up with the physical location of the controls to make for more intuitive use. You get some picture presets such as Standard, Movie, Game, and Sports. There are basic adjustments for brightness, contrast, and sharpness, as well as gamma and color temperature.

    One reason the monitor has such good black levels is that it has a specific black level control that you can toggle between low and bright settings. An Auto Bright setting is also available. This uses the integrated ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the monitor's brightness according to the light in the room, to help avoid eye strain.

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