This is cool. For TV tuner users, this could free up an expansion slot and take some load of your system. But you have to give up some of that precious screen real estate.
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I own a Samsung P2370HD which is the predecessor of this new model. Personally, I don't like the stand on the new model. I feel like it could tip over easily.
Ugh what is the fascination with 1080 monitors, they lost me when they dumped 1920 x 1200 monitors and went to these cheaper versions. Please come out with a 30 incher with 2560 x 1600 res and LED backlit please with sugar on top...I would gladly pay $1200+ for one!
When the time comes to replace my great 1920x1200 BenQ 240W I'll want a Full HD monitor or higher with DisplayPort and a 120hz refresh.
HDMI is not open source and requires a fee to be added in to all devices that use it.
DisplayPort has no fees attached to it's use.
I never use internal or external speakers.For all my desktops and notebooks I use high quality earbuds or headphones.
I've added PCI TV Tuner cards to a few with good results.I don't care for built in solutions.
Wouldn't a Monitor with a tv tuner in it make it a TV? or am i missing something?
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LOL, ya what Der said. If they added a tv tuner to it i would say just group it in the TV section. What makes this a monitor and not just a tv? People use TV's as monitors anyways :P.
I like the Pip feature in this though :).
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