Samsung SyncMaster 930B
There's nothing particularly special about the 19-inch Samsung SyncMaster 930B LCD monitor. Its plain, black body isn't adjustable, and its performance is just good enough for basic productivity tasks in a home or office setting. Aside from the included MagicTune calibration software and digital input, the SyncMaster 930B doesn't really deliver what we'd expect from a $379 monitor. We prefer theor the , which offer more adjustability and better image quality for the same price.
The SyncMaster 930B's very basic black design is decidedly nondescript and will blend into the background of almost any office setup. An 0.75-inch-thick matte-black bezel surrounds its 12-by-15-inch viewing area. The large, black base is sturdy; the neck is not adjustable. You can tilt the SyncMaster 930B 30 degrees backward, but you can't swivel the display side to side or pivot it from landscape to portrait. Six menu-control buttons hide under the bottom bezel, and you have to look very closely to read their labels. We like the removable plastic piece that hides the inputs and the cables, though it lacks any mechanism to keep the cables organized.