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101. Samsung Toner/Drum (Yield 5,000)
list($4,799.99)
102. Samsung HLN617W 61" Widescreen
list($299.99)
103. Samsung ML-1450/XAA Laser Printer
$45.75
104. Samsung SM-352 Internal 52x32x52x
list($199.99)
105. Samsung ML-1210 Laser Printer
list($449.99)
106. Samsung 151S 15" LCD Monitor (Ivory)
$473.00
107. Samsung SyncMaster 192N 19" LCD
list($609.00)
108. Samsung 570V 15" LCD Monitor
$229.99 list($559.99)
109. Samsung SyncMaster 153T 15" LCD
list($179.00)
110. Samsung 750S 17" Syncmaster Monitor
111. Samsung 171V 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
112. Samsung SyncMaster 172S 17" LCD
113. Samsung 151MP SyncMaster 15" LCD
114. Samsung SyncMaster 19'' 950B Monitor
115. Samsung 15IN LCD 330:1 1024X768
$409.50 list($469.99)
116. Samsung 150N-BLACK 15".297;1024X768;TFT
list($359.00)
117. Samsung 950P 19" SyncMaster UltraClear
118. Samsung 151S 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
$538.99 list()
119. Samsung CLP-500N Laser Printer
$299.99 list($529.00)
120. Samsung SyncMaster 710n 17" LCD

101. Samsung Toner/Drum (Yield 5,000) For Ql-6000/6050
list price: $109.00
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Asin: B0000513V8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 39358
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102. Samsung HLN617W 61" Widescreen Projection HDTV with DLP Technology
list price: $4,799.99
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Asin: B00009RTPP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 19495
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 61" DLP TV displays a breathtaking widescreen viewing area that is elegantly framed in an ultra-light, thin-bezel cabinet. Weighing about 80 pounds and only 19.4 inches deep, it fits almost anywhere. You will experience perfect vision: Samsung’s DLP projection TV delivers unmatched brightness, contrast levels, and color accuracy, plus full digital convergence and a host of top-notch features. Its sleek design and lightweight construction also make this monitor possibly the most attractive and versatile TV your home has ever seen.

HDTV with DLP technology
Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology is found in leading digital cinemas the world over. The heart of DLP technology is a micro-display panel no larger than a postage stamp, which integrates 921,600 microscopic mirrors to deliver eye-popping, high-definition detail, color, and clarity. Samsung applies the magic of DLP technology to your home theater via its patented, compact optical engine that replaces the large, heavy picture tubes found in direct-view sets. Best of all, Samsung DLP projection TVs are lighter, more affordable, and use far less power than plasma TVs. Now you can enjoy the spine-tingling thrills of digital television in a sleek, tabletop design that’s significantly smaller, lighter, and brighter than a conventional projection TV. Samsung’s advanced convergence technologies also make DLP projection TVs compatible with your HDTV tuner, PC, DVD, game console, VCR, camcorder, digital camera, and much more.

Samsung optical engine
Samsung’s patented optical engine ensures maximum brightness, flicker-free video, detailed text, and still images, and a full 160-degree viewing angle. DLP micro-display technology and Samsung’s proprietary Bent Light Lens System give you a big-screen TV without the big-screen hassle. Its ultra-slim, ultra-lightweight design lets you put it virtually anywhere. And its optical engine is durable, long-lasting, and never needs calibrating.

Digital perfection
DLP technology is the only display solution that enables projection systems to create a purely digital connection between a digital video or graphic source and the screen in front of you. The surface of the DLP panel is covered with almost a million micro-mirrors (1280 x 720) that act as pixels. This incredibly high pixel count creates a striking, digital image with seamless resolution, amazing detail, and brilliant, lifelike colors. And because the pixels are less than one micron apart, you won’t notice the "screen door" effect apparent with other TVs.

Ultra-smooth action
Samsung’s DLP micro-mirrors can switch on and off over 5,000 times a second--that’s up to 10 times faster than other micro-displays. This allows DLP Projection TV to smoothly and accurately display fast-switching content like HDTV and DVD.

Brighter and clearer
At 400 cd/m2, DLP outshines other micro-display technologies for a bright, clear picture, with incredible contrast and color accuracy. Its unique optical engine preserves the intensity of the original image with vibrant colors and rich, deep blacks. Its high, 1000:1 contrast ratio makes for ideal color separation and crisp, detailed images. That’s why Samsung's DLP projection TV is perfect for any source material that demands minute detail, such as HDTV, computer images, and DVDs.

Consistent screen image
The DLP projection TV is much more durable than competing technologies because the display doesn’t physically age or deteriorate. Its ultra-high-pressure lamp delivers consistent light output and picture quality throughout its long lifespan.

Cinema progressive scan and 3:2 pulldown
The cinema progressive scan enhancement automatically upconverts all nondigital signals to a smooth, clear 720 lines of progressive scan. The 3:2 pulldown feature is a must for any movie enthusiast. It analyzes each frame of video, removing unclear frames that were added during the transfer from film to video. These added frames cause blurring, stuttering, and other motion artifacts, especially during fast-action sequences. 3:2 pulldown eliminates them and gives your DVDs a look and feel that’s much closer to film. Cinema progressive scan with 3:2 pulldown is powered by Faroudja’s patented DCDi video processing on Samsung DLP projection TVs.

1280 x 720 progressive display quality
Samsung delivers flicker-free, static images, thanks to its all-format conversion system. Progressive scan is a must for rock-steady text, still images, and smooth action sequences.

Wide viewing angle
Left side, right side, or upside-down--whatever your location, Samsung DLP projection TVs allow you to see any display clearly, thanks to its 160-degree-wide viewing angle. Unlike traditional projection TVs, the image doesn’t get darker as you move away from the center.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, two AAA batteries, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 61-inch DLP-based high-definition widescreen projection television; 56.5 x 40.2 x 19.4 inches (W x H x D)
  • 13 video inputs, including DVI-HDTV, PC, and DVD (480i/p)
  • 1,280 x 720 resolution for a clear, detailed picture
  • 2-tuner PIP with side-by-side split screen
  • 20 watts per channel x 2; Virtual Dolby surround simulates theater sound through any two speakers

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great TV , but buy the extended warranty
Firstly, I love the TV. I bought it because I wanted good contrast, bright colors, and no burn-in (I play a lot of X-Box games) and it delivers all those. But I'm giving it only three stars because it's just not very reliable.
- it is incredibly sensitive to signal quality. I have digital cable; there was heavy snow on many channels and I was getting dropouts - the channel suddenly missing - on the others. The cable company diagnosed a bad ground line, replaced it, and everything was fine. But during the entire time, my spare TV (CRT) looked perfectly fine - no snow, no dropout. So it's this TV that's sensitive.
- It needs a lot of service. It blew the lamp (a $239 dollar part) after three months, the color wheel after six, and now, at 11 months, it's just blown the lamp again. I'm about to get a warranty replacement of the whole light engine.I am kicking myself for not buying a 3-year extended warranty from the dealer.

And just as a FYI, I bought Samsungs HDTV DVD player and use the DVI conenction and the picture quality is awesome.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best BANG for your HDTV Dollar.
I've had this set for 8 months now and I am still impressed with it's performance. I did allot of research before deciding which set would be my first HDTV. After weighing all of the pluses and minuses (for me) the Samsung DLP's came out on top.
No burn-in means you can watch your standard definition (SD) programs in their normal 4:3 aspect ratio (no need too stretch the picture). You could leave a static image on the TV 24/7 and it will not affect the screen. Also DLP's are not affected by magnetic fields, which means you can put non-shielded speakers right next to them. I would highly recommend a DVD player with a DVI output (like the Bravo D1 or Samsung's 931 ) which will provied the best possible picture with these TV's (I've run some tests). Be aware that with DLP's the better the source the better the picture. Now I'm not talking about high dollar cables (a $25 DVI cable will perform the same as a $100 one), what I mean is High Definition programming looks spectacular as do DVD's through a DVI enabled DVD player, but SD programming can look anywhere from good to preety bad. Very happy with my decision.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great TV - make sure to get HD TV service at the same time
The TV is great but you do need HD TV service, either from satellite, off the air, or cable, to really appreciate how good the quality is.

The TV arrived a couple of days before the cable folks came by, so all I had was my progressive DVD, which was a bit disappointing.

I also use it for my X Box and the quality of the games that are HD ready is amazing

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't play video games
Everyone talks about how beautiful the graphics are on these tvs. Get an xbox with component output and you're in Halo Heaven. Try playing MVP Baseball or Top Spin on these pieces of junk. You'll find that the video and audio delay is too much to handle. Try swinging at a 95 MPH fastball and you'll find that the ball is in the catcher's mit before you even start to swing. Turns out that these digital displays require more video processing time. So they decide to delay the audio to match. Unfortunately all video gamers must now suffer from this. Any game that requires quick reaction time like stopping a moving line at a certain point on a bar is impossible. It's really sad that something this serious is often overlooked. I took my xbox to a circuit city and tried it on all the digital displays. They all had the same poor result. I try it on a cheap $200 tube tv and it's perfect. Not many people know about this, at least nobody I've talked to. So keep this delay in mind.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best HDTVs on the market
This is the second HDTV that I own (the first is a "normal" flat screen 36" Panasonic). I did a fair amount of reserach comparing this DLP TV with the Plasma and LCD types.

In side-by-side comparisons, I found the DLP to have sharp crisp images with deep saturated colors equal to the best Velvia slides. The TV is light enough for one person to move around (less than 100 lbs compared to 300 lbs for my 36" TV) and one can view the picture at angles of about 120 degrees.

I connected my DLP TV to a surround sound system (5.1 - 5 Klipsch speakers plus a Velodyne sub-woofer) and it works well right out of the box. Unlike the statements of one other reviewer, I have found absolutely no advantage to using monster cable (in fact I have engineer friends who work for some of the leading audio speaker companies who assure me that regular speaker wire can more than handle the miniscule amount of electric current that is flowing through speaker wire) and you don't need the services of any professional to hook-up or use this TV.

I have cable TV with an HDTV receiver. One minor quibble is that when you connect it using the component inputs, you lose the ability to zoom in - the only choices being the regular TV format or the letterbox.

I have had my TV for about one year now and use it for several hours every day. I have not had any trouble with it, the original lamp is working just fine and I have not purchased an extended warranty (with no regrets). For the price difference between this one and plasma or LCD TVs (the Sony WEGA LCD is a projection TV and not a true LCD) of several thousand dollars, this decision was a no-brainer - I would strongly recommend the DLP as one of the best on the market. ... Read more


103. Samsung ML-1450/XAA Laser Printer
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005YXCN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17066
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung ML-1450 is a network-capable laser printer that offers high 1,200 dpi resolution, a 15-ppm rated speed, and a powerful 66 MHz processor. It's PC and Mac compatible and easy to use. A basic control panel permits quick cancellation, reprints, demos, and activation of toner-saving mode.

The large-capacity input tray and two output stations expand your printing options. With two outputs--a top tray receiving pages face-down and a rear tray delivering pages face-up--plus straight-through prints from the multipurpose tray. You can stack 550 sheets for printing and 100 more in a supplemental tray. You can print on envelopes, postcards, card stock, and custom paper--all themedia most offices need. Customize your documents with printed watermarks.

The compact ML1450 fits into most offices as a desktop printer, measuring just 14 by 16 by 12 inches and weighing 27 pounds. An automatic interface switches between parallel and USB. The built-in 4 MB of RAM is expandable to 68 MB. The ML1450 supports a monthly duty cycle of 12,000 pages, and the standard single-cartridge toner life is 6,000 pages (the starter cartridge is only about 3,000 pages). ... Read more

Features

  • 15 pages per minute print speed
  • 66 MHz RISC processor, 4 MB memory, upgradeable to 64 MB
  • 12,000 pages per month duty cycle
  • Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer with a few tiny flaws
Reviewer: An electronics fan from New York
I have been a happy owner of Brother HL-630 since Windows 3.1 days. For years it served my need quite well, W3.1, W95, W98, until recently it decided not to take in any more paper. So I needed a new printer. I don't need to print out fancy photos or colorful booklets. I needed a good black-white laser printer at reasonal price. I couldn't quite decide between Samsung ML-1450 and Brother HL-1440. The feature and price were quite close. And both got some very good reviews and very bad ones. The Sumsung was $... more with 2MB extra memory, and I have been quite happy with my old Brother printer.
Here are the few reasons why I chose Samsung at last:
1. Built-in memory: 4MB for Samsung, 2MB for Brother HL-1440. I don't want to open the new printer and install more memory right away.
2. Resolution: 1200x1200 for Samsung, 1200x600 for Brother. It doesn't matter much for everyday printing, but one never knows.
3. Multi-page printing: 16 for Samsung, 10 or something for Brother. Don't remember the exact number, read in someone's review, but not 16. Does it matter? again, one never knows.
4. Paper input capacity: 550 for Samsung, 250 for Brother. I am lazy and rather like to print without worrying if I have enough paper in the stack.
5. Reviews on Amazon: bad ones for Samsung are mostly from Mac user while there are both PC and Mac for Brother. I am a PC user.
7. Toner: Toner/Drum unit for Samsung, one replacement for both while Brother needs separate units which in turn would cost more.
8. This is small but quite personal opinion: Brother looks cheaper. HL-1850 is great but I didn't want to spend that much.

Just received my Samsung a few days ago. The machine looked great, simple neat design. Very easy to set up. It came with a color manual for installation. One could use it right away without reading its manual. The output look sharp and great. I would love to give it a 5-star, except a few things below:
1. The data transfer beween computer and printer is noticable slow, even compare to my ancient Brother HL-630. I am running Windows 2000 with 256RAM. Currently I use parallel port. I am not sure if USB would be better but then I already a couple USB devices at the same time so I doubt the bandwidth would be better.
2. No hardcopy manual provided. You can easily download it from Samsung website and print it out. Good test on double-side printing, but of course also good test on one's patient with slow data transfer before it starts printing.
3. When you have only one piece of paper on the multi-purpose tray, the paper could easily got jammed...

4-0 out of 5 stars Great printer with a few tiny flaws
I have been a happy owner of Brother HL-630 since Windows 3.1 days. For years it served my need quite well, W3.1, W95, W98, until recently it decided not to take in any more paper. So I needed a new printer. I don't need to print out fancy photos or colorful booklets. I needed a good black-white laser printer at reasonal price. I couldn't quite decide between Samsung ML-1450 and Brother HL-1440. The feature and price were quite close. And both got some very good reviews and very bad ones. The Sumsung was $50 more with 2MB extra memory, and I have been quite happy with my old Brother printer.

Here are the few reasons why I chose Samsung at last:
1. Built-in memory: 4MB for Samsung, 2MB for Brother HL-1440. I don't want to open the new printer and install more memory right away.
2. Resolution: 1200x1200 for Samsung, 1200x600 for Brother. It doesn't matter much for everyday printing, but one never knows.
3. Multi-page printing: 16 for Samsung, 10 or something for Brother. Don't remember the exact number, read in someone's review, but not 16. Does it matter? again, one never knows.
4. Paper input capacity: 550 for Samsung, 250 for Brother. I am lazy and rather like to print without worrying if I have enough paper in the stack.
5. Reviews on Amazon: bad ones for Samsung are mostly from Mac user while there are both PC and Mac for Brother. I am a PC user.
7. Toner: Toner/Drum unit for Samsung, one replacement for both while Brother needs separate units which in turn would cost more.
8. This is small but quite personal opinion: Brother looks cheaper. HL-1850 is great but I didn't want to spend that much.

Just received my Samsung a few days ago. The machine looked great, simple neat design. Very easy to set up. It came with a color manual for installation. One could use it right away without reading its manual. The output look sharp and great. I would love to give it a 5-star, except a few things below:
1. The data transfer beween computer and printer is noticable slow, even compare to my ancient Brother HL-630. I am running Windows 2000 with 256RAM. Currently I use parallel port. I am not sure if USB would be better but then I already a couple USB devices at the same time so I doubt the bandwidth would be better.
2. No hardcopy manual provided. You can easily download it from Samsung website and print it out. Good test on double-side printing, but of course also good test on one's patient with slow data transfer before it starts printing.
3. When you have only one piece of paper on the multi-purpose tray, the paper could easily got jammed. I've been always happy with Amazon.com but hey money saved is money earned those days!

4-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding features at a reasonable price
My HP Laserjet 4 finally died, and I spent several days looking at laser printers. Now that I've had this one for a couple months, I'm convinced I made the right choice. It's a great printer at a great price! It holds a huge amount of paper - 500 sheets at once. I've fed thick card stock and cover stock through it, and envelopes/labels load and print with no problems. Many of the inexpensive laser printers feel cheap and flimsy - this one feels substantial, much more like my HP than most of the lasers on the market.

One feature I really love is the "reprint" button- press it, and it prints another copy of the page you printed last. Why don't all printers do this? It prints a lot faster than my old HP - plenty fast enough for a small office environment.

The toner cartridge includes the drum - very important, as many of the cheaper printers have a separate drum which must be replaced with every few toners, sometimes for almost as much as the printer cost! The included starter cartridge is good for only 3000 pages at 5% rated coverage (less than that in real life), but considering how cheap the printer is I still think it's a bargain that they include a cartridge at all. The regular cartridge is rated for 6000 pages.

Compare this to an inkjet (where they basically give the printer away to sell you overpriced ink cartridges for the rest of your life) and I can't see why anyone wouldn't buy a laser. This one has the right combination of features and a great price - highly recommended!

1-0 out of 5 stars Macintosh Users - This printer is the wrong option
This printer needs extra memory to print in 1200x1200dpi, and it needs an extra PostScript Simm to use PostScript capabilities, this you find out after reading carefully the instructions. This if you use a PC, because if you have a Mac, neither those option will work. So i guess what is printed in the specifications does not match the real printer capabilities. I am sorry Samsung, but for me this printer was a great dissapointment. A mistery for me is how it is possible that a new toner cartridge is costs 60% the printer's price ? ( at least where i live ). I sold this printer and now i have a HP-1015, just great.

2-0 out of 5 stars One more thing re warranty
If it is DOA, Samsung will only replace it with a remanufactured unit (if you are unable to lug it to their service center). So, you pay for a new one, it dies within one year, and you get a remanufactred one in its place. No more Samsungs for me. HP seems the way to go. ... Read more


104. Samsung SM-352 Internal 52x32x52x CD-RW plus DVD-ROM Combo Drive

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Asin: B0001NBHL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 11002
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Features

  • Integrated Superlink buffer underrun prevention technology
  • Reads DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD-RAM and other formats
  • Supports Ultra DMA 2 Mode
  • Supports Mt. Rainier technology, which allows rewriteable media to be used like hard disk, allowing file drag and drop
  • Includes Nero & PowerDVD software for Windows, plus audio cable & driver

105. Samsung ML-1210 Laser Printer
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005MOTM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 13299
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Offering the consistent quality of 600-by-600-dpi resolution, the Samsung ML-1210 laser printer is an excellent choice for either home or small office, and it's value-priced to boot. With a top print speed of 12 pages per minute, it can easily keep up with typical demand, while offering economical choices like N-up printing and a Toner Save button that reduces toner consumption by 40 percent.

The ML-1210 comes with a 150-sheet tray for standard paper, and a single-sheet document feeder for letterhead and other media types, such as envelopes, labels, or transparencies. Supported sizes include A4, letter, legal, executive, B5 A5, and Folio and #10, DL, C5, and C6 envelopes.

The overall size of the ML-1210 is a compact 13 by 13.9 by 9 inches--one of the smallest footprints in this class of printers. It is compatible with Windows, Macintosh 8.0 OS, and Linux, and it includes both USB and parallel ports. Samsung provides a one-year warranty on parts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints up to 12 ppm; 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • 150-sheet multipurpose input tray
  • Toner-saving mode
  • Fast 66 MHz processor, 8 MB RAM
  • Parallel and USB interfaces; PC, Mac, and Linux compatible

Reviews (88)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great printer at a great price!
I just received this printer a week or so ago and so far everything has been great. Setup with Windows ME was a breeze, I had it up and running in about 10 minutes. Print is sharp and clear and quick. It's small footprint really helped as my desk is crowded with a ton of computer equipment. I researched laser printers for a few months, trying to decide what to buy and how much I wanted to spend. I was trying to decide between this one and a Brother laser which was twice the price of the Samsung. I am glad I went with this one, I am very happy with it. The only downer is that you have to print out the manual yourself (which is becoming more and more the norm with computer products purchased these days) and the USB cable isn't included. But with the money you save compared with other laser printers, this is really no big deal. This is a great product, if your thinking of buying a laser printer, give this one a try. I am very happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Believe the reviews
I bought this printer based on reviews here and other places. I am a grad student and needed a printer for printing research papers and other black text documents. I won't duplicate comments on the quality, speed, and noise. I read one review about the lack of power saving options. That's not true, it goes into sleep mode after a specified amount of time. I received the printer this morning and connected it to the print server in my SMC router. It didn't take me long to configure the server, my Windows 98 machine, my Windows 2000 machine, and my Linux machine. I got all of them working. Configuring the windows machines is a snap, but the linux machine took a little longer. The linux install documentation is error ridden, but all the necessary files are included on the cdrom. You just have to update your ghostscript package, install a few files, and modify your /etc/printcap. This printer works great on a single machine or in a small networked environment. Downsides are not worth mentioning and are for babies anyway: no LCD readout, no printed manual (PDF on the CD). I didn't try the USB install.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Personal Laser printer
I have owned this printer for 2+ years and still works without a glitch. Love that I can use a USB connection.

First things first. This printer is exactly what it says. A personal or SOHO laser printer. It cannot do (efficiently) large graphics files or support dozens of users without noted slowness.

It has just 8 MB of RAM so keep that in mind when you are planning on a printer purchase. I print just basic stuff.. Internet web pages (like directions or guidelines etc), MS Office documents, etc.

I haven't had a single problem with printing any document. I even share this printer amont 3 machines and haven't had a problem with printing speed or anything.

It does take a bit to warm up but it is a laser printer not your standard inkjet. It takes like 30 seconds to a min (max) to warm up but that isn't as bad as some other laser printers I have seen.

Pros:
- Fast enough to handle most if not all your text/ms office type documents efficiently
- Drivers are readily avaiable so it just works. No long detailed configuration/installation process.
- USB connection gives it flexibility
- 8 MB ram is nice and enough to suit most basic users
- Very crisp printing
- The toner cartridge seems to last forever

Cons
- It is a personal/soho printer not a small business printer but it still would be nice to have the option to upgrade the memory if I ever wanted to.

2+ years and still chugging along. What more can you ask. Of course if your needs are more.. than get a better printer :-)

I recommend the Belkin F3U133-06 USB Device Cable (6 Feet) as the usb cable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great home printer
We have had this printer for 2 years and it works great. Toner goes forever--changed it one time so far. Never jammed, never a problem. It's fast too.

3-0 out of 5 stars Noisy
Compared to my HP LaserJet 5L Xtra, the Samsung ML-1210 takes a long time to warm up, and creates a lot of noise. Headache! Even with 8MB, it'd take 20 sec "thinking" before printing out. The cartridge is used up quite fast, considering how little I used in a year. Compared to my HP 5L, which I used a lot during college for 6 years without changing cartridge. Hopefully Samsung will improve its products, which I am sure it will. Else, HP it is. ... Read more


106. Samsung 151S 15" LCD Monitor (Ivory)
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B000065AG2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17312
Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.29 mm dot pitch
  • Ultra-slim 6.8-inch profile
  • Wide 140-degree horizontal and 120-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Bright and clear with high 300:1 contrast ratio

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars simply flawless
If you're looking for the best no-frills 15" LCD, the Samsung 151S is probably it. I checked out a huge computer mall in Taipei (NOVA), and I must have seen at least 10-15 different LCD models, including NEC, Viewsonic, Eizo, and several no-name Asian brands. The 151S stood above the rest with the most vibrant and natural looking picture, and also the most aesthetically pleasing exterior. Once you have the right settings for the "Image Lock", the text is so perfect you'll be wondering why people pay extra for a DVI interface. There is really nothing bad I can say about the 151S, which truly amazes me because I am usually incredibly nitpicky about monitors.

5-0 out of 5 stars Looking for a gaming LCD? Look no further.
* Please note that this review is for the black version of this product, which should essentialy be the same thing. As such, I have also posted this review under the listing for the black version of the product.

I must confess...after I ordered this, I wondered if I should have just invested in a less expensive CRT, especially since I play a lot of computer games, and LCD's traditionally haven't had the best reputation for gaming, due mostly to technical limitations causing "ghosting" - sort of a temporary after-image. Once this thing arrived and I plugged it in, however, any such notion vanished from my mind.

Bear in mind that I have not had a lot of experience with LCD monitors, as I'm sure most people haven't. I did a bit of research on various sites, including this one. I had it whittled down to a few different choices and I still wasn't entirely sure which monitor I wanted to get. The swing vote came when I stumbled across CNET's recent pick (January) as this as their number one buy for a 15 inch LCD.

The image is bright, it's crisp, and I can see textures that I never even knew were there on my old CRT. I have not one problem gaming with this. I have been playing Warcraft 3, Thief 2, and other games with this thing and they are running smoothly and better than I have ever seen them before. Actually, I should say that at fist, I thought I noticed a slight "ghosting" in Warcraft 3, but I see no such thing now, so make of that what you will; perhaps it was a case of seeing what you expect to see or something. Anyway, I have absolutely no problem playing Serious Sam: The Second Encounter, a somewhat obscure but good first-person shooter, and I notice no ghosting or anything of the sort. You can actually see extremely well in Thief 2, which is saying something since the game is quite dark by design. (I actually had problems with this darkness on my old Compaq CRT.)

Some people have said that text does not show up right or something to that effect. My best guess is that they do not have either the monitor or their computer's display settings set to the native resolution of 1024 x 768, because the text on mine is clearer than I would have ever hoped for, and causes less eye strain than on just about any CRT in my experience. There is also software included to help get the color settings just right.

You do need to have it adjusted to the proper angle in order to have uniform brightness from the top to the bottom of the screen, but I don't see why this should be a problem. Unless you are getting a monitor to watch DVD's on from your couch, you probably do not need a bigger LCD than this. I would even say that any bigger might be too much, unless you are planning on mounting it on a wall or something. Keep in mind that the 15 inches is the actual (diagonal) size of the viewing area, whereas when sizes are used to describe CRT's, the viewing area is less than the stated size...don't ask me why; that's just the way it is. So, if you want to know how big the screen is, get out a tape measurer and measure out 15". That is the distance from the top-left corner of the display area to the bottom-right. That is just the display area - NOT the whole monitor, which is actually slightly bigger. It's probably bigger than you would have thought.

It even comes with a 3 year warranty on parts and labor. Some other companies' warranties, such as NEC's (according to some of the reviews I have read), allow for so many "dead pixels". To the best of my knowledge, Samsung has no such "gotcha" policy.

All in all, I would say this is a great buy if you are in the market for a new monitor and want to jump into the twenty-first century. CRT's are still cheaper though, so it really depends on how much you want to spend.

5-0 out of 5 stars If I could give it 10 stars, I would!
I can't say enough about this monitor. I has to be the BEST 15" LCD monitor there is out. The display is so impressive. So smooth and clear. Connecting it to the computer was super easy. True plug and play with WinME. I bought this after having a HUGE box of a monitor that was difficult to adjust the angle on and trying to get rid of the glare. I bought this to save space on my desk and also, I'm moving into a dorm this month, so I wanted as much free space I could have. This will definitely give me enough space in my dorm room. Just... THE BEST!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Value
This monitor was my first excursion into the LCD market, and I am not disappointed. The image quality, sharpness, and brightness rival any CRT and the contrast is decent. Compared with the laptop monitors I've used, this Samsung is somewhat harsher on the eyes as it is more crisp. Of course, if you're using Windows XP, you'll want to use its ClearType font smoothing. In terms of latency, I can see no difference between this screen and a CRT. The Auto Adjust button is great for quickly setting up the screen's geometry. While the footpring is small, the base is slightlly unstable. Also, my monitor has a dead pixel in the middle. However, what matters most is image quality, and you will be exceedingly pleased with this LCD.

4-0 out of 5 stars Among the better LCD monitors
We took 10 of the 151s for our Internet Café.
For 2 reasons we have chosen LCD screens over CRT monitors:
Having a monitor running 10 hours a day adds up to the energy bill, and LCD monitors consume essentially less power than CRT monitors.
Second, the space it takes on the desk is much less than what a CRT demands.

Samsung has a good reputation for LCD monitors (somewhat less for CRT screens). The dead pixel rate is really low, and the color rendition and image definition is in the better range of the LCD marketplace. Overall, this monitor is an excellent deal when looking at the price-performance ratio. ... Read more


107. Samsung SyncMaster 192N 19" LCD Monitor

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Asin: B000093XDL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 20116
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • 500:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits brightness
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles
  • 25 ms response time; non-glare surface
  • Wall mountable; 3-year warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value
I first saw this monitor at CompUSA but would not consider buying it there because of their 15% re-stocking fee if it had to be returned. I got mine at Circuit City and have no thoughts of returning it. Picture quality is superb. Zero dead pixels. I couldn't be happier with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Display Great Monitor
I just received this display and all i can say is WOW.
No dead pixels, beautiful picture at 1280X1024.
Brillant brightness. This is a great monitor at a good price
Only complaint is lack of rotating screen and no height adjustment. The previous 19 in Samsung had these features of course it was more expensive.
Overall a great monitor ... Read more


108. Samsung 570V 15" LCD Monitor
list price: $609.00
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Asin: B00005NDUP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 13669
Average Customer Review: 4.69 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Samsung's SyncMaster 570V TFT display provides sharp graphics with intense color and the convenience of plug-and-play setup--all while requiring only a third of the desktop demanded by a traditional CRT. With 0.297-millimeter dot pitch and a flicker-free 1,024 x 768 resolution, the 570V delivers clarity with advanced image scaling. Also enjoy fast, accurate automatic adjustments.

Further benefits derive from low power consumption and minimal electromagnetic emissions. With solid dimensions of approximately 15 by 7 by 14 inches, the unit fits comfortably into most offices. Its compact design and light weight also make it easy to re-position at will. The 570V is supported by a limited three-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.297-millimeter dot pitch
  • 110-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Bright display with high 250:1 contrast
  • Intuitive onscreen menu controls

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the BEST value-for-money monitor available
I am taking the time to write this review because I am so impressed with this product. I wanted a flat screen because of both the space saving, and the appearance, but did not want to invest a lot of money in an extra monitor. What I never expected was the image quality. The colours are clear, clean, and vibrant.

I spend a lot of time doing detailed design work, work on photos and video, (and have worked with several high-end monitors) yet am really pleased with the image quality. And at the Amazon price, I really feel I have gotten a bargain.

I have to say that I think Samsung has come up with another winner. Word seems to be getting out as well, since I have started noticing this particular monitor in a lot of places -- particularly some design-conscious places of business.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great !!
I was looking for a space saver monitor and I think the Samsung 570V is the best buy. I ve seen this priced at $... and was surprised to see this monitor so low in price. I highly recommend. Clear ~ sharp . . . Best buy in LCD monitors.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfection in a flat-screen monitor
So my CRT monitor decided to spazz out and die on me, and I had been contemplating a flat-screen for its eventual replacement. Well, the death of the old CRT forced my hand, and I ended up purchasing this Samsung, and I am quite impressed. Very sharp, bright as day, nice color, thin footprint, sturdy & well-manufactured, highly energy compliant, incredibly useful auto-adjust feature (no need to twiddle the horizontal/vertical hold for hours to get a full screen view,) easy to use, video drivers included on disk, ample viewing area, roomy look, and a steal of a price. I had it out of the box, unpacked, installed, and looking perfect in less than 10 minutes.

Flat-screen monitor prices may have bottomed out, so if you are in the market for a snazzy upgrade from that ancient CRT of yours and are looking for a great quality monitor at a great price, you have just found your future flat-screen friend.

Kudos to Samsung.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best purchase I've made in the last year.
I absolutely LOVE this monitor. It's extremely light, easy to set up, and saves so much space. I was a bit suspicious because it was so inexpensive, but it completely does the job. Other people have mentioned that their text shows up fuzzy. Not saying that they're wrong of course, but I haven't experienced that at all. Some flat panels I've seen are actually kind of heavy and clumsy. Not so with this one...

4-0 out of 5 stars Bright, clear, sharp, and true.
As with all LCD monitors, this analog unit saves space and generates far less heat than a CRT. It is a practical, straightforward monitor. It produces a bright, clear, and sharp image (as long as you keep it on its native resolution of 1024x768). The screen is viewable from far-wide left and right. The display on the 570V appears to have a viewing area equal to my Nokia 17" CRT. The 570V is easy to use, having an auto menu that includes screen calibration.

I did have problem, though. After about 3 months, a single-pixel vertical line appeared from top to bottom about three inches from the left. Samsung technical support was extremely responsive. They sent another unit within a few days. All I had to do was to send the original back in the same packaging. The replacement was a refurbished model that appeared brand new. Only catch was that the replacement has a 1-year warranty; the original had a 3-year warranty. The replacement has been flawless since getting it about 4 months ago. ... Read more


109. Samsung SyncMaster 153T 15" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $559.99
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Asin: B0000E659J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 3727
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 native resolution, 0.297 mm dot pitch
  • Analog RGB and DVI-D digital inputs
  • Wide 150-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • 250 nits of brightness, 350:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time
  • PC, Mac, and Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

110. Samsung 750S 17" Syncmaster Monitor
list price: $179.00
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Asin: B00004Z8S9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 28525
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Samsung SyncMaster 750S is a large-screen monitor available in either black or ivory casing. Its flicker-free, 17-inch screen (16 inches viewable) offers high visibility, with 0.27-millimeter dot pitch and a band frequency of 110 MHz. A nonglare, multilayer-coated surface makes viewing easy on the eyes. The 750S's horizontal frequency is 30 to 70 kHz; its maximum resolution of 1,280 x 1,024 occurs at 66 Hz. Plug-and-play compatibility is through Display Data Channel or USB ports, and the monitor is IBM and VESA compatible.The 750S meets multiple safety and energy management standards, and comes with a 3 year warranty on parts and labor that includes On-site Exchange service during the first year. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution at 66 Hz, 0.27 mm dot pitch
  • 16-inch viewable image size
  • Non-glare, multilayer coated surface
  • Plug-and-play compatibility
  • 3-year warranty with on-site exchange service

111. Samsung 171V 17" LCD Monitor (Black)

Asin: B00007E890
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 47465
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 native resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • 350:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness
  • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Simple setup, standard analog signal connector
  • Built-in power source, 3-year warranty: PC/Mac

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Low Quality LCD Monitor
The more important problem:
I purchased this monitor for (..) . A few months later, I purchased a 17" Dell LCD Monitor for (...) and the quality of the picture is 10 times better. The Dell monitor has rich, vibrant colors - whites are white, darks are dark, picture is sharp and colors are great! The quality of images on the Samsung monitor are considerably duller and greyer. After tweaking the Samsung monitor settings for a while, I could not get the same quality picture as I do with the Dell monitor.

Other problem I had:
There was a degredation in the screen starting in the upper left hand corner. As soon as it started to spread, I sent the monitor in to the Samsung Service Center for repairs. Service was efficient and they replaced the LCD no questions asked. However, the quality of the overall screen still does not compare to a cheaper Dell monitor of the same size.

Bottomline - I would not recommend this monitor, or any other monitor by Samsung if you are picky about screen quality. (...).

In addition, the LCD on my Toshiba Laptop from 1999 still looks better than the Samsung monitor.

4-0 out of 5 stars Well........It's good, but not perfect
Ok, so let me say first, I play games, and that is the main use of my computer. So I am probably expecting better results than most people would ever need with an LCD. Set up was fairly simple, but you absolutely need the drivers supplied installed or everything looks way too bright (I had default brightness on my gf4 4400). After that things looked much better, but still not yet right. Once I launched Counter-strike I knew right away I needed vid card tweaks, because everything in game was way too bright. It's tough to figure out the right balance since there are differeent contrast, brightness, gamma etc. settings on the monitor itself, the vid card, and in game. I finally found some settings that look decent but now from map to map I sometimes need to adjust the brightness because there is a larger cariation of brightness from my crt, which could be better all in all, I'm not sure yet. As for the performance of the monitor in game, things went well. Obviously crt's are still the best choice, but I lan often and needed a more portable monitor. From far distances, moving objects stayed sharper than on my old monitor, but close up there is bluring. It's not like you see trails, so you will still be aiming at the right spot, it's just that the skin textures tend to blend together. I tried everything out later on in UT2K3 as well, which is a very fast game, and again, other than blurring on close up objects, the image stayed sharp and there was no ghosting.

I am still having difficulties with the brightness in general though, I'm sure eventually I'll be able to tweak it somehow. I basically need to lower the brightness of the white, but not any other colours.

If I wasn't using this monitor for gaming, or at least fast paced games, I would most likely give it a 5. The sharpness of the picture is incredible, and the colours are vibrant. I wouldn't hesitate buying this at all for business applications.

Also, though it really has nothing to do with the monitor itself, but the resolution, there is a setting in the control panels to make text larger so that you can offset the effect of the high resolution. (cause the native res is 1280*1024 on this one)

So, time to wrap this review up. I'm happy with my new monitor, it's drawbacks don't affect gameplay all that much, and if you aren't even going to play games, then it doesn't get much better. I would recommend this as an excellent business monitor, and a great lan monny as well.
Thx for reading

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad buy - at the right price
I bought a 171v at [a local store] for [$$$], with a...rebate. Installation and setup was mindlessly simple. I found the Natural Color SW to be useless. After a week I exchanged the unit for another 171v, as there was a noticable color/contrast gradient from top to bottom. The replacement unit had the same color/contrast gradient from top to bottom, although less pronounced. I am not sure I will keep the unit or get a refund and buy an LCD monitor with a digital input.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good LCD monitor for a Great price!
I bought my 171v lcd monitor about 1 month ago. Has worked perfectly so far. I just took it out of the box, plugged it into my computer, power, turned it on and that was it. Did not have to install any drivers, even though there is a software CD included. The CD contains drivers and a Natural Color software, I don't like to install things unless needed, so did not even bother to try.

The monitor costed me 5 hundred less a 1 hundred mail-in-rebate from Samsung (found about that in Samsung's website). So the monitor ended up costing 4 hundred bucks! Brand new. I got it from Comp--USA.

4-0 out of 5 stars 171v monitor
I like it....only had it a few days.....ill change this review if things get ugly. Install was very simple..... ... Read more


112. Samsung SyncMaster 172S 17" LCD Monitor

Asin: B00009ND89
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 40183
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Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • 0.264 mm dot pitch for fine detail
  • Bright display with high 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Slim design with retractable base; wall bracket included
  • 3-year warranty on parts, labor, and backlight

113. Samsung 151MP SyncMaster 15" LCD Monitor

Asin: B000069LHP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 17720
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.297 mm dot pitch, fast 25 ms response
  • Inputs for PC, S-Video, RCA, component, HDTV, and TV/CATV
  • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle
  • Built-in stereo speakers and amplifier; 3-year warranty
  • Compatible with Windows, Mac, Sun Microsystems, and UNIX

114. Samsung SyncMaster 19'' 950B Monitor

Asin: B000069LHW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 33511
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • For high-end graphic users
  • 1600x1200 @ 68Hz max. res.
  • 0.22mm horizontal dot pitch
  • Compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Sun Microsystems, and UNIX
  • 3-year warranty

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Good monitor... except, sometimes it buzzes like some sort of humming bird on crack. That's incredibly annoying and surprisingly loud. Doesn't do it all the time, but I certainly believe the other reviewer that says his buzzes all the time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Monitor, Low Price
I've had this monitor for over a year and have not had a single problem with it. Granted, it isn't flat screen and it doesn't have anti-glare, but for the price you can't get a better monitor.

1-0 out of 5 stars This monitor produces high pitched noise
I have owned this monitor for 6 months now. I've been very satisfied with it up until a couple weeks ago. After the monitor is on for a few hours, it begins to produce a high pitched noise. It makes the monitor unusable because you literally cannot stay in the room. It's happening now as I write this. As soon as I finish, I'm going to shutoff the monitor. The noise is consistent in that it comes back each day after the monitor has been on for a few hours. Keep shopping if you are looking for a 19" monitor, unless of course you don't care hearing damage. ... Read more


115. Samsung 15IN LCD 330:1 1024X768 61HZ ( 151S BLACK PIVOT )

Asin: B00006N5UC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung Optical
Sales Rank: 64473
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116. Samsung 150N-BLACK 15".297;1024X768;TFT LCD-black
list price: $469.99
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Asin: B0000A1VSS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 29264
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Features

  • 350:1 contrast ratio, 250 nits brightness, 25 ms response time
  • 150-degree horizontal and 120-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Thin design with built-in power supply
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

117. Samsung 950P 19" SyncMaster UltraClear Plug and Play Monitor
list price: $359.00
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Asin: B00004Z9CN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 55047
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The dazzling image quality of the 950P helps you produce inspiration, not just perspiration. High-end CAD/CAM users, desktop publishers, and graphics designers find the image-enhancing, eye-saving features they desire in this Samsung professional series 19-inch monitor. The SyncMaster 950P color monitor offers the specifications the advanced user looks for. Its very fine 26mm dot pitch teams with a multi-layer anti-glare/anti-static coating for improved focus and enhanced clarity. The 950P has a full 18-inch viewable area and operates flicker-free at all resolutions for easy long-term viewing. With a larger workspace, you can more comfortably navigate multiple windows and large documents. Furthermore, the Flat Square Tube (FST) design reduces glare and distortion from edge to edge. The digital picture controls simplify and expand the adjustment of viewing properties through a comprehensive, ergonomic on-screen display. Colorific software aids in matching onscreen colors with printer output, crucial to professional graphics applications. ... Read more

Features

  • 160 Hz refresh rate
  • 19-inch screen (18 inches viewable)
  • 0.26-millimeter horizontal dot pitch
  • 1,600 x 1,200 maximum resolution at 76 Hz
  • Plug-and-play compatibility

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best monitor I have ever owned
I highly recommend this monitor.I have owned one for the last two years and believe that its price is well below its performance.The colors are rich and the clarity high.Do not make a mistake and buy any other monitor.Besides you cannot beat the three year warranty.

4-0 out of 5 stars Blah blah blah
I've had the monitor for awhile. It's a refurb from Samsung. Very, very sharp text and icons on Windows. Corners sharp too, color good. However, after about 6 mos. or so, the monitor started doing this gamma fade/out of focus thing every once in a while. Now this could be because it's a refurb unit. In any case, I'm so impressed with the sharpness and low price, I would buy two of these before I bought one of the Sony's, which look washed out and ill-defined to me.

Beware the 955DF (flat screen) it is not as sharp and harder to adjust then the 950P, I bought both and returned the flat 955DF. I also like the 950P because it has BNC and regular video connectors on the back. So I can hook up two computers at once (after buying the BNC vid cable cheap from pccables.com). The pictures is sharper and colors richer with the BNC cable on the 950P.

2-0 out of 5 stars Yuk
You get what you pay for. On the plus side, this monitor has lots of controls, and they're easy to use. Also, the monitor comes with excellent docs and software for Wintel machines (I'm using a Mac). On the minus side, despite adjusting all of the controls, the monitor just doesn't seem very sharp. Most of the text, particularly in the corners, seems rather fuzzy. I suppose you shouldn't expect too much for the price. If you're looking for a large monitor to play games on though, this might be suit you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great inexpensive monitor
I sit in front of one of these for 8-10 hours a day at work, using mostly Photoshop and text editors. I liked it so much that I bought one for home (3-D gaming). It's a great price for a 19" monitor!

5-0 out of 5 stars ILove this Monitor
I bought it in December and have been extremely happy with it after 8 months of using it. Great for Business and Gaming uses. Very High Quality for the money. ... Read more


118. Samsung 151S 15" LCD Monitor (Black)

Asin: B000069LHK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 28420
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • 0.29 mm dot pitch
  • Ultra-slim 6.8-inch profile
  • Wide 140-degree horizontal and 120-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Bright and clear with high 300:1 contrast ratio

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Image is Everything
The Image quality is very poor on this monitor, I suggest you purchase another brand, or at least, not this monitor. The image is fuzzy, and washed out compared to my old Tube Monitor, so I returned it and purchased another brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ugly beyond imagination
A very ugly monitor that gives below-average image quality. This is an old model and the contrast, which is difficult to adjust, really hurts your eyes after a few minutes. I think you'll need new glasses if you use this one. There are better products elsewhere (NEC, Kogi, etc.) for the same or better price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Looking for a gaming LCD? Look no further.
I must confess...after I ordered this, I wondered if I should have just invested in a less expensive CRT, especially since I play a lot of computer games, and LCD's traditionally haven't had the best reputation for gaming, due mostly to technical limitations causing "ghosting" - sort of a temporary after-image. Once this thing arrived and I plugged it in, however, any such notion vanished from my mind.

Bear in mind that I have not had a lot of experience with LCD monitors, as I'm sure most people haven't. I did a bit of research on various sites, including this one. I had it whittled down to a few different choices and I still wasn't entirely sure which monitor I wanted to get. The swing vote came when I stumbled across CNET's recent pick (January) as this as their number one buy for a 15 inch LCD.

The image is bright, it's crisp, and I can see textures that I never even knew were there on my old CRT. I have not one problem gaming with this. I have been playing Warcraft 3, Thief 2, and other games with this thing and they are running smoothly and better than I have ever seen them before. Actually, I should say that at fist, I thought I noticed a slight "ghosting" in Warcraft 3, but I see no such thing now, so make of that what you will; perhaps it was a case of seeing what you expect to see or something. Anyway, I have absolutely no problem playing Serious Sam: The Second Encounter, a somewhat obscure but good first-person shooter, and I notice no ghosting or anything of the sort. You can actually see extremely well in Thief 2, which is saying something since the game is quite dark by design. (I actually had problems with this darkness on my old Compaq CRT.)

Some people have said that text does not show up right or something to that effect. My best guess is that they do not have either the monitor or their computer's display settings set to the native resolution of 1024 x 768, because the text on mine is clearer than I would have ever hoped for, and causes less eye strain than on just about any CRT in my experience. There is also software included to help get the color settings just right.

You do need to have it adjusted to the proper angle in order to have uniform brightness from the top to the bottom of the screen, but I don't see why this should be a problem. Unless you are getting a monitor to watch DVD's on from your couch, you probably do not need a bigger LCD than this. I would even say that any bigger might be too much, unless you are planning on mounting it on a wall or something. Keep in mind that the 15 inches is the actual (diagonal) size of the viewing area, whereas when sizes are used to describe CRT's, the viewing area is less than the stated size...don't ask me why; that's just the way it is. So, if you want to know how big the screen is, get out a tape measurer and measure out 15". That is the distance from the top-left corner of the display area to the bottom-right. That is just the display area - NOT the whole monitor, which is actually slightly bigger. It's probably bigger than you would have thought.

It even comes with a 3 year warranty on parts and labor. Some other companies' warranties, such as NEC's (according to some of the reviews I have read), allow for so many "dead pixels". To the best of my knowledge, Samsung has no such "gotcha" policy.

All in all, I would say this is a great buy if you are in the market for a new monitor and want to jump into the twenty-first century. CRT's are still cheaper though, so it really depends on how much you want to spend.

5-0 out of 5 stars Samsung is awesome...
This is my first LCD monitor, ever...
And I love this Samsung 151S model..!!!

I wanted to buy a better and more recent model from
Samsung, when I got an extra hundred dollars...
So, I thought I would return this monitor for a better one
when it arrives. But, when I opened it up
and started using it... I didn't see any reason why
I should pay hundred dollars more for another model...
I couldn't part from this monitor after seeing how
bright and sleek it looked on my desk...

One downside to this model is that the response time
of the LCD crystals isn't fast enough...which means
you will see blurring of pixels when something scrolls
or moves along a path... But you get used to it
pretty quickly. Also, certain colors tend to create
cell shading like effect on cartoons, creating lines around where two colors touch. But this is very minor..and really
won't bother you much...although as a person doing
graphics, it catches my eyes...

This monitor has great color...
With high contrast and brightness...I'm seeing more
detail on my past graphic works and also a lot of mistakes
I couldn't see before...

Text is very clear, so don't even worry about that...

Adjustment is easy and simple...but for left-handed people,
I guess it could get irritating trying to get to the control
placed on the right. But who in the world changes their
monitor settings everytime they use their computer?!!

Although some say LCD screens are not suitable for

people who do graphics, I think this monitor is good enough
for any computing needs... It prevents eye-strain when doing
graphic works for hours on straight... And high contrast
all the time means consistant color hues... This monitor does
have a short vertical angle view, although it's the same for
most other competitors... I guess that is the only downside to
this monitor as a graphics person... But the newer Samsung
models have wider angle views and higher contrast ratios, which

should eliminate such small nags... If LCD screen isn't good
for graphics, then why are Macs coming out various LCD screens?
And look at the new imac..!! So don't be afraid if you heard
such words before... LCDs are for everyone...

The final word is...
For the money, this is a steal~!!!
So, if you just have to have a LCD screen now,
but can't afford more expensive ones...but also
don't wanna buy some [rotten] LCD you'll regret buying...

Go right now and buy one~!! Or order from here...
You'll love it... And you'll never go back to CRT... ... Read more


119. Samsung CLP-500N Laser Printer

our price: $538.99
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Asin: B00013VHD0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 7754
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The CLP-500N is a high-quality color printer from Samsung. Fully networkable, the unit comes with a 10/100 Base TX Ethernet interface, as well as standard USB and parallel connections, which makes the printer available to multiple users through an existing network. An optional wireless network interface card also allows you to print over a network without the hassle of cables.

A 1,200 dpi-class print resolution results in detailed, accurate images and easy-to-read text, while print speeds of up to 21 ppm for black and 5 ppm for color deliver prints quickly. The Samsung SPGPm processor and 64 MB of standard memory (expandable up to 192 MB) are capable of handling large print jobs without a hitch, and a 35,000-page maximum monthly duty cycle provides reliability even in heavy-use environments.

The CLP-500N has an 8.5-by-14-inch maximum printable area and supports a wide range of media, including paper, envelopes, labels, and transparencies. A 250-sheet paper tray and 100-sheet multi-purpose tray come standard. Automatic duplexing allows you to create double sided prints. An optional 500-sheet input tray is also available. Four toner cartridges (black, cyan, magenta, and yellow) allow you to change each color separately as it runs out.

The AC 110-127V, 50/60Hz power supply consumes about 450 watts during normal operation and about 30 watts in sleep mode. Compatible with both PC and Mac platforms (does not support printing from a Macintosh using a network connection), the CLP-500N also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer with 10/100 Ethernet interface, paper tray, paper guide, duplexer accessory, power cord, transfer belt, imaging unit, starter toner cartridges (2,000 pages black; 1,500 pages cyan, magenta, and yellow), drivers and utilities disc, SyncThru CD-ROM, SyncThru quick guide, setup guide; printer cable not included ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Up to 21 pages per minute black, 5 ppm color
  • 64 MB RAM, expandable to 192 MB
  • Automatic 2-sided printing
  • USB 2.0, parallel, and 10/100 Ethernet interfaces

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good, affordable color printing
The Samsung CLP500N has served as a great tool for me to understand color laser printing and how the industry in general has not changed to accomodate newer technology or pricing pressures. The Samsung offers a new concept whereby the paper is routed by the toner cartridges, rather than the toner cartridges being moved around the paper path. This serves for a quieter and more stable machine. In addition, the built-in duplexer is the next step in the evolution of printers, the technological change makes sense. On top of that, the cost for the toner when printing with the Samsung is from 1/3 to 1/2 that of comparable Minolta and HP color lasers, according to the NSTL report (A 3rd party reviewer). All of these points make the Samsung the clear choice, were it not for the low price as well. True, the half-filled toner cartridges are disappointing, but after the absorption of the cost of full refills, you are still spending less money for printing than with the competitor's machine - still making the case for the Samsung.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not ALL good
Setup was painless (in the physical sense too, as long as you have a helper. DON'T try to lift or move this printer by yourself unless you want a hernia). Inserting the imaging kit and transfer belt was straightforward, and inserting the toner cartridges was about as simple as putting a pie in the oven. It took longer to unwrap all the pieces than it did to insert them.

Print quality is ok, and the machine definitely lives up to the quieter-than-most claims, in fact it's not much louder than my old monochrome laser printer. As far as I know, it is the ONLY color laser printer under $1,000 to offer duplex (double-sided printing) standard rather than as an expensive add-on. It also has more memory than some comparably priced models.

Power consumption is more of an issue for home office or small business owners, but worth noting. The Minoltas draw about 1,000 watts of power while operating, while the HP and the Samsung only draw about 400. Size and weight: The Samsung weighs almost as much as the Minolta. The HP weighs almost half, at 47 pounds, but is nearly as big as the Samsung.

Controls: the Minolta and Samsung both have LCD displays and menus for controlling options. The HP Laserjet 1500 has lights that only indicate power and toner levels.

The fact that the main paper tray is entirely internal is nice -- this would not seem strange, except that with many of the lower price-point color lasers (most notably, the Konica-Minoltas and the HP 1500), the paper sticks out the side or sits on a fold-out tray, which is ugly and unless you're printing high volumes, will allow dust to collect and more easily enter the printer. (The Samsung also has a foldout tray for use with legal paper, etc.)

I have two complaints: One is that the included toners ("consumables") are less than half full. Inkjet manufactures also use this evil trick with their printers in an effort to keep the printer's purchase price down... but if you have to add $300 worth of new toner within the first 6 months of moderate use, the price of this printer isn't so attractive.

My second complaint won't mean anything to Windows users, but to me it's huge enough to contemplate a class-action lawsuit: Samsung touts Macintosh compatibility on the printer's box and on their web site. All of the retailers who sell it state that it is Mac compatible. Yet, you find out ONLY after paying $6-700, lugging the beast home, unpacking it and inserting the CD-ROM to get to the user guide, that the duplexing feature is not available to the Macintosh version of the driver. False advertising, that's what that is. It's bad business to state that a product is compatible, only to hide a major incompatibility in the documentation so that you only discover it AFTER purchase. It may be that an updated version of the driver will solve this issue, and I wrote to Samsung expressing my disappointment at this "oversight." All is not lost when it comes to double-sided printing with a Mac, however: the printer's LCD menu system/control panel allows you to turn duplexing on and off manually. This is a workaround, not a solution.

The networking options are VERY expensive ($189 for 10/100 Ethernet and $250 for wireless), you'd be better off buying your own print server and attaching it. ... Read more


120. Samsung SyncMaster 710n 17" LCD Monitor (Black)
list price: $529.00
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Asin: B00025O7HU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1605
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A 17-inch LCD monitor from Samsung, the 710N-2 has a sleek, space-saving design and a high-quality image that's ideal for both home and office applications. With its small 14.6-by-6.9-inch footprint, the unit fits easily into your existing computing setup, while VESA 100 mm wall-mount compatibility allows you to free up valuable desktop space for other uses.

A wide 160-degree horizontal viewing angle ensures visibility from nearly anywhere in the room, and an ultra-thin 0.6-inch bezel makes this monitor a perfect choice for multiple monitor setups. With a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution and 0.264 mm dot pitch, onscreen images are crisp and true-to-life. A high 600:1 contrast ratio and 300 cd/m2 of brightness result in rich graphics and easy-to-read text, even in viewing environments with strong ambient lighting.

Connectivity is provided via a 15-pin D-sub analog port, while plug-and-play compatibility makes connecting your monitor to your computer a quick and simple process. The 710N-2 supports over 16.2 million display colors, and an ultra-fast 12 ms response time accurately and reliably reproduces motion video and motion graphics. Energy Star compliant, the unit consumes a maximum of 34 watts of power and weighs a mere 9.9 pounds. Compatible with PC, Mac, and Sun Microsystem operating systems, the 710N-2 also comes backed with a three-year parts, labor, and backlight warranty.

What's in the Box
710n LCD monitor, base, power cable, signal cable, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Wide 160-degree horizontal viewing
  • 300 nits of brightness, 600:1 contrast ratio
  • 12 ms response time; MagicTune and MagicBright functions
  • PC, Mac, Sun Microsystems compatible; 3-year warranty

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