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Thursday, 06 November 2008 12:21

Samsung launches first QWXGA screen

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That's 2048 x 1152 in 23-inches


Samsung has
launched what seems to be the first 2048 x 1152, or QWXGA screen on the market.

Dubbed the 2343BW, it offers 23-inches of acreage and office users should love it, as it can display 2 A4 pages side by side, or more porn per inch than any other unit on the market.

Apart from the odd size and resolution, spec-wise it's more or less a regular screen: 250cd/m2 brightness, 20000:1 contrast, 5ms reaction time and a pivoted height adjustable mount.

At €270 it's reasonably priced, but it's still unavailable in Europe.

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