Samsung 173T 17inch LCD Review

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Samsung 173T 17inch LCD Review
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DesignTechnica reviews Samsung T173 Flat Panel Monitor.
"The 173T does not offer any technological improvements over its predecessor, the 172T, so you will need to decide if it is worth the $100 increase to step up to a higher contrast ratio on an older model. The Syncmaster 172T offers higher a contrast ratio (700:1 over 450:1) than the 173T, a better looking and more adjustable base and can still be found for under $600. In fact the 191T, Samsung's 19" LCD from last year can be had for a mere $20-$40 more than the 172T. But what the 173T does offer over other 17" LCD monitors in its price range is both analog and DVI inputs. Business users will love the features and functionality that the 173T has to offer and once the 172T becomes unavailable the 173T will be the best 17" monitor in its class."
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