|Samsung P2350 ToC 1080p LCD Monitor|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Monitor | HDTV|
|Written by Joey Peng - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Thursday, 17 December 2009|
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Samsung P2350 ToC Monitor Review
Desktop PCs have come to a point where your digital experience will be limited to the capability of your monitor. With high end Core 2 Duo CPUs and decent HD capable video cards priced around $100, there is no reason to be viewing the digital world on low resolution screens. If you are, then it is time to step up and upgrade to an HD Monitor. The question is: is the Samsung SyncMaster P2350 ToC 1080p monitor a worthy upgrade? Benchmark Review takes a look at this 23-inch LCD Widescreen monitor and see if it's a good buy.
Due to Sony's dominance in the digital sector lately, 1080p (1920x1080 pixels) has become the next standard for high definition. Blu-ray and PS3 are the leading products in this area. Currently, HD monitors are extremely affordable, and a small investment will boost your PC experience to new level. This applies to both entertainment and work productivity.
The Samsung P2350 ToC LCD widescreen Monitor targets those seeking performance and style. Here's a quick summary of the Samsung P2350 ToC's spec sheet:
Going with a 1080p monitor is a great choice, as you won't be finding it obsolete any time soon. At $200 the price is lower than many other 1080p monitors around this size. However, the Samsung P2350 ToC's dynmaic contrast ratio and first class response time make it a great monitor. The benefits include smooth picture quality with no ghosting or blur, and excellent picture colors. A 2ms response time is as fast as monitors go these days, and very few monitors go past 50,000:1 dynamic contrast. Those that do, such as Alienware's OptX HD monitor, cost an upwards of $300 for a 21 inch. But at the $200-range, the SyncMaster P2350 meets all the basic criteria to make an excellent monitor.
When it comes to premium monitors, Samsung Electronics is definitely top of the line. It is currently the world leader in LCD monitor market share, surpassing both Dell and HP. They are the flagship company of the Samsung Group, which is a collection of companies that tap into numerous industries including medicine, finance, and semiconductors. Samsung is one of the few electronic companies that managed to see an increase in shipment during 2008 when the tech industry took a hit. Their products are outstanding in terms of quality and aesthetics.