First Look Review: Samsung SyncMaster 971P (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

9 Nov, 2006 By: Ron LaFon

19” LCD monitor offers excellent features for a moderate price


Samsung has introduced the SyncMaster 971P, a 19” LCD monitor capable of a maximum resolution of 1280x1024
that is designed for the commercial and retail segments
of the hardware market.

The SyncMaster 971P features a very attractive design with a high-gloss black acrylic bezel and a unique triple-hinged stand that lets users fold the monitor flat or into a variety of positions. A blue LED power button is located at the end of the stand, which also allows the display to pivot for portrait (vertical) mode. Also incorporated into the innovative stand is a USB hub with one upstream and two downstream connectors for easily attaching devices. The stand is stable in operation and includes a variety of innovative solutions for handling cables and connections.Read more >>

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About the Author: Ron LaFon

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