Samsung announced a new monitor which boasts of a 1 ms response time. With this fast response rate, the new SyncMaster P2770FH has virtually no problems with motion blur or ghosting effects, making it ideal for gamers, video enthusiasts, and graphic designers. The P2770FH also features a 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and enriched color gamut. The 27-inch LCD monitor is accented by Samsung’s Touch of Color red finish and a simple stand. The P2770FH will be available this month for $399.99.
New Samsung P2770FH Monitor Boasts Industry-Leading 1 ms Response Time
New 27-inch Monitor Offers Gamers, Video Enthusiasts and Graphic Designers Stunning Image Quality and Unprecedented Response Time
RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Samsung Electronics America Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corporation, the number one worldwide brand of LCD display products, today announced the new SyncMaster P2770FH monitor which offers an unprecedented 1 ms response time. This response rate virtually eliminates motion blur and ghosting effects in the monitor, improving the viewing experience for end-users requiring fast refresh rates and precise detail.
“The new P2770FH is a prime example of Samsung’s leadership in display engineering, and creative professionals and computer gamers seeking the best possible viewing experience will immediately appreciate its benefits,” said Young Bae, director of display marketing at Samsung Enterprise Business Division. “With the fastest response time among the product line, the P2770FH offers industry-leading quality for premium visual performance in everyday personal and professional use.”
Unprecedented Response Time
The P2770FH’s groundbreaking 1 ms response time offers an unbeatable experience for users looking to immerse themselves in computer gaming or movies. Video editors will especially appreciate the lightning-quick response time, which eliminates motion blur and ghosting effects that hinder accuracy during the editing process. Additionally, computer gamers will benefit from the quick response, allowing them to fully enjoy game play and engage in a more fulfilling experience.
For more general consumer use, the fast response time contributes to smoother video playback, making it ideal for reviewing family movies or compiling the latest vacation memories. Additionally, the P2770FH’s 70,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and enriched color gamut offers a premium quality display for a variety of applications.
Elegant Design, Capable Connectivity
The new P2770FH features a contemporary and elegant design. The 27-inch LCD monitor is accented by Samsung’s Touch of Color red finish and a refined, simple stand, making it an ideal technology accessory fit for any office or workspace.
The P2270FH also comes equipped with a HDMI input for easy connection to HD devices, including cable boxes, video game consoles, and Blu-ray players.
The P2770FH will be available in October 2010, priced at $399.99. All monitors are available through Samsung resellers and distribution channels, which can be located by calling 1-800-SAMSUNG or by visiting www.samsung.com.
A 27" monitor with a 24" resolution, inferior 16:9 ratio, and a TN panel (meaning lousy color reproduction). But hey. At least it's fast.
Was good news until I saw where it said 1080p come on already! Whats with all the cheap TN panels at 1080 what ever happened to 1920 x 1200. Its ok though I graduated to 2560 x 1600 Super Ips panel with over a billion colors thanks but no thanks!
Too bad it's not premium parts inside for that price.
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You've realistically answered your own question. A 16:10 panel (ie, 1920x1200) means you've got 16 inches of horizontal space for every 10 inches of vertical. A 16:9 panel (1920x1080) is 16 inches of horizontal per 9 inches of vertical. A 16:9 panel is one inch smaller than a 16:10 panel. Trimming those 120 pixels gets you more panels per wafer and allows you to tolerate higher defect densities.
The reason HD TVs are so much cheaper than LCDs is partly because of their lower resolutions. A 32" TV built for 720p has a lot fewer pixels than a 24" LCD at 1080p or 1900x1200.
I should also note that this is nothing against Samsung. I very much <3 my Samsung 245T. And Soldier, "billions" of colors implies you're using a 10-bit display. That's a wonderful thing if true, but you only see those extra colors if your video card, monitor,OS, *and* application all support 10-bit color.
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