Samsung SyncMaster BX2050
Released June, 2010
The Pros:Screen has a matte finish, non-reflective. Picture can be as bright as you want it to be. Text is very sharp and clear, can be made small and still easy to read.
The Cons:Can't quite manage a full 1080p resolution, needs to scale it down a bit.
The Samsung SyncMaster BX2050 is a 20” LED backlight display released as a counterpart to the BX2035. It adds along D-Sub connectivity for VGA users, but does suffer a reduction in speed—as the response time drops from 2ms to 5ms.
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Regardless, it too provides a 1600x900 resolution and is energy efficiency, providing a 40% reduction in power consumption in addition to TCO and RoHS compliancy. Like its peer, the SyncMaster BX2050 outputs up to a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio with vivid and clear details. Additional features include MagicAngle technology for viewing the film from other angles, MagicEco technology for manual power savings, and MagicReturn technology for dual-screen users.
- ENERGY STAR Certified
- TCO 5.0
- RoHS Compliant
- Standard 20” LED Backlight Display
- 1600x900 Resolution
- 5ms Response Time
- Mega DCR (5M:1)
- MagicAngle Technology
- MagicReturn Technology
- MagicEco Lowered Power Consumption
- MagicBright Optimized Brightness
- Windows 7 Compatibility
- D-Sub/DVI Connectivity
User Reviews (2)
screen has a matte finish, non-reflective
picture can be as bright as you want it to be
text is very sharp and clear, can be made small and still easy to read
good support for older video card connection types
MagicBright is great for automatically detecting the best brightness setting
stand is adjustable to aim the screen right for your height
can't quite manage a full 1080p resolution, needs to scale it down a bit
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