New Samsung SyncMaster 940BW, 205BW, 225BW LCD Widescreen Monitors

August 15th 2006 | Displays

Samsung introduces new 19″, 20″, and 22″ LCD widescreen monitors for retail and commercial applications — New SyncMaster 940BW, 205BW and 225BW monitors feature slim design, ultra narrow bezel, and wide format

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. has introduced its latest 19-, 20- and 22-inch widescreen LCD monitors to its award-winning line of SyncMaster displays, the SyncMaster 940BW, SyncMaster 205BW and SyncMaster 225BW.

The new monitors are designed for both retail and commercial applications, and feature a slim design and ultra narrow bezel. The monitors boast a wide format as well as features such as Samsung’s own MagicTune™, MagicBrightII™ and MagicSpeed™ technologies, and digital / analog dual inputs and a built-in power supply. All three monitors are VESA® wall-mount compatible.

“Our new wide format products offer a more natural viewing experience coupled with a super fast response time to help reduce blurring images, and can aid in increased productivity by giving users the ability to view multiple documents at once. This makes the displays a desirable offering for both commercial and retail applications,” said Andrew Weis, product marketing manager, display products, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. “Samsung prides itself on being a leading innovator of top-quality products, and the 940BW, 205BW and 225BW are excellent compliments to our portfolio of award-winning monitors.”

The 940BW, priced at $269.99 MSRP, also offers a WXGA+ (1440×900) wide format, 500:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, and a 4ms (GTG) response time. Similarly, the 205BW also features a quick response time of 6ms, 300 cd/m2 brightness, a contrast ratio of 600:1, and a WSXGA+ (1680×1050) wide format, all for $349.99 MSRP. And finally, the 225BW features a 700:1 contrast ratio, 1680×1050 resolution, and a 5ms response time for $399.99 MSRP.

New Samsung SyncMaster 940BW, 205BW, 225BW LCD Widescreen Monitors
Published in: Displays on 2006-08-15