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Friday, 25 April 2008 17:09

Samsung does four new LCD monitors

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Touch of Color series

 

Samsung launched its Touch of Color (TOC) line of desktop monitors that includes the T190, T220, T240 and T260. These new LCD monitors feature Samsung's well-known sleek design with so called ruby red infusion, and that makes these monitors look rather handsome.

The new TOC series features the unique SoftPower off function which allows a user to put the monitor in standby mode, where it uses only 0.3 watts of power.

Other specs include a maximum contrast ratio of 20,000:1, MagicColor intelligent color control and MagicBright Dynamic Contrast control. The smaller ones, T190 and T220, will feature the 2ms GTG response, while the bigger brothers, T240 and T260, will have a response time of 5ms. The bigger ones, T240 and T260, will also feature an HDMI connection. Naturally T190 is 19-inch, T220 is 22-inch, while T240 is 24-inch; and the last is the biggest T260 that has a whole 26-inches diagonal.

The T190 and T220 are currently available at the suggested price of US$259 and US$359, while the two bigger ones, T240 and T260, should hit retail at the end of July, with the suggested price of US$499 and US$599.

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