Samsung 750s 17" Monitor Review
The 17" monitor is the workhorse of
the display industry. Despite the recent advancements in
flat screen technology, 19" monitors becoming more affordable, and the like, the dollar reins
supreme with the 17". And why not? Some 17" monitors can be had for
as little as $200! Image quality may be a little
suspect, but still, it's better then any 15"
Of course everyone would rather have a 19"
monitor, but there's nothing wrong, nothing embarrassing, nothing to be ashamed
of, with owning a 17" screen. They are extremely cost effective and more
than adequate for general surfing, coding, and fraggaing. What more do you
really need? With
resolutions sitting at 1024x768 there's plenty of pixel power to go along
with most average performance video cards.
Previously we've reviewed bigger 19" beasts like the Acer 99SL and ADI
Microscan E66, both of which are targeted at the
high end graphics and workstation market. On the opposite hand there is the
Samsung 750s, a 17", 0.24(H)mm dot pitch monitor utilizing a full
square type CRT tube. The 750s is on the higher end of the line in
terms of Samsung's 17" monitors.
750s monitor, a 17" 0.25(H)mm dot pitch monitor. The 750s comes with
warranty, instructions, driver diskette and power cord. Cost is ~$260
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