Samsung LED Monitor With 170 Degree Viewing Angle

9/7/2012 6:08:44 PM

S22B370B LED monitor belonging to Samsung’s series 3 has considerable improvements in design, visual display and performance.

With common PC monitor, users often feel uncomfortable working because viewing angle is limited so they can’t see clearly what is on screen. Magic Angle technology with 170 degree viewing angle of Samsung S22B370B will solve this problem. Magic Angle helps users to view in any angle and enjoy the content better.

Description: Magic Angle smartly helps users see clear images in any angle

Magic Angle smartly helps users see clear images in any angle.

S22B370B owns Full HD resolution (1,920x1,080 pixels), Mega DCR technology (Dynamic Contrast Ratio) in order to produce image which is sharp, clear and vibrant in accurate colors. Along with 250cd/m2 brightness and 5ms response time, refresh rate is enhanced, improving considerably experience in playing movies and games…

Description: S22B370B has an exclusive design: ToC

S22B370B has an exclusive design: ToC

S22B370B has an exclusive design: ToC (Touch of Color) which transforms frame’s color from transparent to Bordeaux red. Beside many features (energy-saving, mercury-free, high contrast), there is Eco Saving technology of S22B370B helps user save energy at maximum level.

Description: S22B370B has a unique screen thanks to exclusive ToC design.

S22B370B has a unique screen thanks to exclusive ToC design.

Custom Eco Saving, which can be adjusted, comes with 3 separate modes (25%, 50% and Power Saving Off). Each mode relates to certain energy consumption. With office work and simple display, users should choose 25% and 50% modes. However, with more complicated display, Power Saving Off must be switched on.


Screen size: 22 inches

Brightness: 250 cd/m2

Resolution: 1,920x1,080 pixel

Technology: Mega Dynamic Ratio (DCR)

Response time: 5m/s

Viewing angle: 170 degree/160 degree

Supported colors: 16.7 million colors

Connectors: D-Sub, DVI

Features: Samsung magic angle, Multi Screen S/W, Samsung Magic Color, Eco Saving, Samsung Magic Bright 3, Off Timer, Magic Tune, Customized Key, Image Size

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