With a 19-inch screen surface and a pixel size of 0.294 mm, it is capable of offering an optimal resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 pixels. Among its most notable technical characteristics, it is worth mentioning that it offers a brightness of 300 cd / m2, a contrast ratio of 1,000: 1 (up to 3,000: 1 through Samsung’s Dynamic Control technology), as well as a viewing angle of 170 degrees (both horizontally as well as vertically).
It is a monitor with a very attractive design and easy handling, which is aimed at users who demand a panel with very high performance, being able to reproduce video without trails thanks to its reduced response time: 2 ms.
It has two video inputs (VGA and DVI-D) and its base allows to adjust the inclination and height of the panel. At the same time, it has a rotation system, which allows the screen to rotate on the axis of the shaft to use it both horizontally and vertically.
The price of this monitor is yet to be confirmed and according to Samsung, it will begin to be on sale from mid-April.