Samsung releases four new LCD displays

Posted on Thursday, Mar 13 2008 @ 02:00 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Samsung announced four new LCD displays today: the SyncMaster 953BW, 2053BW, 2253LW, and 2253BW. The new series of displays features 2ms GTG video response time, 8,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and MagicColor intelligent color control to customize brightness, color contrast through mouse and keyboard control. Furthermore, the Samsung desktop displays offer customized key functions to control all Magic technology picture adjustments and a standard off-timer to support areas of reduction, product longevity and energy conservation.

"With the addition of the 53 Series, Samsung continues to deliver a comprehensive suite of desktop monitors. The enhanced feature sets not only increase the design sensibility and set industry-leading features for optimum performance, but also address energy efficiency, delivering environmentally responsible products,” said Christopher Franey, Vice President, Marketing & Commercial Sales, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. "As the worldwide leading manufacturer of professional LCD and PDP display products, Samsung understands the various needs of our customers and is committed to delivering a broad portfolio of desktop displays to bring an unparalleled visual experience to our users."

To further enhance the overall viewing experience, the 53 Series widescreen models offer Image Size functionality to display a 4:3 aspect source accommodating wide content. Like all Samsung displays, the BW/LW monitors are backed by a three-year limited warranty on labor and parts, including the backlight, as well as toll-free technical support for the life of the display.

These high-end contemporary monitors are available for the following prices:
  • SyncMaster 953BW: $239 ESP
  • SyncMaster 2053BW: $299 ESP
  • SyncMaster 2253LW: $319 ESP
  • SyncMaster 253BW: $349 ESP

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