Samsung Launches 53 Series LCDs

Posted: Mar 12 2008, 6:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:41am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals


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Samsung announced a new line of PC LCDs today with what it bills as high-end contemporary monitors. The line includes the 953BW, 2053BW, 2253LW, and 2253BW. All four share many of the same features and the same crystal edge, glossy black finish.

The displays have a 2ms response time, 8000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and use MagicColor intelligent color control. The displays can be adjusted via the mouse and keyboard rather than cumbersome OSD buttons. Connectivity for the monitors is DVI with HDCP. Pricing for the monitors is $239 for the 953BW, $299 for the 2053BW, $319 for the 2253LW, and $349 for the 2253BW.

"With the addition of the 53 Series, Samsung continues to deliver a comprehensive suite of desktop monitors. The enhanced feature sets not only increase the design sensibility and set industry-leading features for optimum performance, but also address energy efficiency, delivering environmentally responsible products," said Christopher Franey, Vice President, Marketing & Commercial Sales, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. "As the worldwide leading manufacturer of professional LCD and PDP display products, Samsung understands the various needs of our customers and is committed to delivering a broad portfolio of desktop displays to bring an unparalleled visual experience to our users."

Via Samsung

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