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Can't we have both?

Stark

Lean back

Curves

Connections galore, except...

Arrays are fine

Ahhhh...

Two for good measure

Thin bezel

Options, options

A few more

The Samsung SyncMaster T27B750 is a hybrid TV/monitor that retails for $500, sports tons of features, and looks pretty stylish.
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The stark white back may be a turnoff for some.
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Tilt is the only ergo option included.
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The T27B750 is much more curvaceous than last year's T27A950.
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While there are tons of connections here, I still miss having a DVI or DisplayPort option.
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I don't mind using an array, and this one in particular has a pretty short learning curve. If I have the choice between some buttons on a panel and a remote control, however...
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That's what I'm talking about. The remote is light, comfortable, and makes navigating the OSD array a breeze.
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Two USB ports are aligned perpendicular to the back connections.
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The monitor's bezel is thin, glossy, and reflective.
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Fairly typical picture options when connected to a PC.
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A few more are available if you scroll down the menu; the two pictured are some of the most useful.
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