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Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Samsung?s New Monitors Boast 20,000:1 Contrast Ratio


Samsung released a couple of very interesting monitors today that boast some incredible contrast ratios.

While the contrast ratios on most monitors aren?t something to write home about, Samsung decided they would make some monitors with a 20,000:1 contrast ratio.

Of the four possible size options that range from 19-inches to 26-inches, Samsung decided to stagger the available features. The two smallest monitors (available today for $259 and $359) have an incredibly fast pixel response time of only 2ms.

The two larger models, while they only have a 5ms response time, also include an HDMI port for possible 1080p viewing when connected to an appropriate device.

All four monitors will also be able to split the screen up, displaying multiple viedo sources on the monitor simultaneously.

Samsung?s T Series of high-def monitors will finish being released this July with the two larger models, priced at $499 and $599 respectively.


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