The latest Samsung Display reviews at PC Advisor. Display user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
You might think a price tag of £269 was a bit high for a 17in TFT display – about £30 too high. However, we reckon the Samsung SyncMaster 770P justifies this extra cost.
£269 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 305T is a 30in display that has first-rate image quality overall, although colours looked slightly dull in some photos.
£1,300 inc VAT
This glossy black 22in widescreen Samsung SM226BW wouldn't look out of place in the Matrix film trilogy – but it's surprisingly inexpensive.
£293 inc VAT
Although it goes here under the rather modest model name of the SM-2232BW, this screen is actually part of Samsung's 'Pebble' range. We're not exactly sure why the…
£235 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 206BW is an affordable, widescreen, 20in LCD monitor.
£219 inc VAT
While most users are obsessed with upping their processor, memory or graphics card, one of the best ways of increasing PC productivity is to connect a second monitor,…
£199 inc VAT
"Choice" is undoubtedly a value proposition for the Samsung PS63P76FDX 63in flat-panel plasma display - some would say too much of it.
£4,000 inc VAT
Relatively inexpensive and with a simple interface, we like the 7in Samsung SPF-72H digital photo frame - except for its ugly design.
£105 inc VAT
The 50in, plasma Samsung FP-T5084 scores with a combination of good performance, reasonable price and competitive features.
£780 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 932GW is a glossy-screened LCD that produced top-notch text and graphics, but too few features and its price kept it from a higher rank.
£179 inc VAT
Samsung's 2263DX delivers two monitors in one: a 22in LCD and a secondary 7in display that's handy for expanding your screen real estate.
£275 inc VAT
Samsung's 305T joins the small but select group of huge 30in widescreen monitors - a well-made high-quality panel with excellent colour reproduction.
£1,300 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 275T satisfies the graphics and multimedia needs of even the most picky of users with its outstanding overall performance and its generous…
£885 inc VAT
The Samsung XL20 is a 20in monitor that's an affordable take on exotic LED backlighting technology.
£999 inc VAT
Samsung's 245T is a great-looking, thin-bezel 24in widescreen monitor that can swivel, tilt, pivot, and be adjusted for height.
£709 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 2493HM is a 24in LCD monitor that looks great.
£349 inc VAT
Samsung obviously has high expectations of the 30in Samsung SyncMaster XL30, as the version supplied to us arrived complete with a dedicated colourimeter and a hood…
£2,819 inc VAT
Samsung isn’t a brand that you’d usually associate with high-end monitors for colour-accurate design work, but its XL range is excellent.
£1,262 inc VAT
The classy Samsung SM2243BW is a 22in flatpanel monitor encased in a simple but pleasingly curved frame with a sleek silver finish. It will look just so in a…
£199 inc VAT
The Samsung SyncMaster 245T is a 24in LCD with multiple inputs and a flexible design. And though washed out at default settings, a little tweaking helped the 245T…
£899 inc VAT
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