Samsung LD220G and Mag Innovision GML2226 - Samsung Design and Connectivity
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The look of the Samsung LD220G is attractive, yet a bit different from some other monitors currently on the market. The difference comes in the form of its stand, which is just a kickstand that supports the monitor from the back and allows it to rest directly on a desktop.
This design makes the LD220G a good companion monitor for a laptop, as it will allow it to keep even with the height of a laptop. Many monitors nowadays have stands that are height-adjustable and allow you to swivel and pivot. You won't find any of that with the LD220G, as the only ergonomic option is the ability to tilt the monitor 40 degrees backwards using the kickstand's integrated wheels.
As for the monitor itself, it has a glossy black bezel that measures 1.6 inches on the bottom and 0.75 inches on the sides and top of the display. Overall measurements of the LD220G are 20.4 inches wide by 13.2 inches tall by 2.8 inches thick, including the stand. The screen is glossy as well, which could bring a bit of glare in bright environments.
Connectivity on the LD220G includes a VGA port and two USB ports that are housed on the bottom of the monitor's back panel. The LD220G uses DisplayLink technology through its USB ports to let you use it with a laptop as a dual display in either mirror or extend mode. You can also use the USB connections to hook up devices like digital cameras or MP3 players to the monitor.
The Samsung LD220G can be worth a purchase if you are just looking for a companion display for your laptop, as its design accommodates such a setup. However, if you want a standalone monitor, you should shop around, especially if you enjoy playing video games on your computer. Simply put, the LD220G's low brightness, input lag with games via USB hookup, and limited adjustable settings make it a monitor that is easy to pass up.
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