Samsung announces PX2370 LED monitor

Samsung unveils its PX2370 monitor.

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Kind of looks like the XL2370's "squarer" cousin. Samsung

LAS VEGAS--Anyone who has paid any attention to my recent monitor reviews knows I have a certain affinity for the Samsung SyncMaster XL2370.

So you can probably imagine my delight when on Wednesday Samsung announced what seems to be a followup to the XL2370, the PX2370.

At first glance the PX2370 looks similar to the XL2370, albeit with what may be a thicker profile. I'll be able to confirm this on Thursday when I get a good up-close-and-personal look at it from the show floor.

One of the most unique features is the proximity sensor, which automatically turns the monitor off when no one is near it. Kind of creepy, but cool.

Some of the other key specs of the PX2370.

  • 18mm design
  • 5,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio (Static Contrast Ratio 1000:1)
  • 2ms (GTG) video response time
  • Analog RGB/DVI/HDMI inputs
  • 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution

The PX2370 will be available in April from Samsung resellers at a price of $369. Click on the shots below to see more views.

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