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Customer Reviews of Samsung BX2450 24" LED-backlit LCD Monitor With HDMI, DVI, 2ms Response Time, and MEGA DCR 1000:1
very nice monitor5/19/2011
Love this monitor. Cant beat it. I have it next to my 226BW and it just blows that one away. crystal clear, bright and sharp. Took some time to get the settings where I liked them and the touch controls are a bit sensetive, but all around great unit.
So good, you should buy 2!12/26/2010
I needed a dual 1920 x 1080 setup for work and found this great deal on buy.com. LED, HDMI, DVI, and VGA. It really only has HDMI inputs, but comes with DVI to HDMI and VGA to HDMI adapter cables. Couple that with a small ac adapter for power and you cut down on the bulky cables in the back of the monitor giving it a great streamline look in the front and back. If I had to pick one thing to complain about, it would be the feather touch buttons on the frame of the display. The print is hard to read in low lighting and the buttons are close together and sensitive to the slightest touch. It's really a minor thing since most people don't need to constantly use the buttons on their monitors. The price is probably low because the monitor does not have a height adjustable stand, but I don't need a monitor this big to be that much higher than my desktop. If you can afford the price and the real estate on your desk, go buy 2!