Now let's take a 360-degree look at the Samsung Syncmaster 243T before
proceeding to our display tests.
of the 24" Samsung 243T LCD display. As you can see, the plain black bezel
is thin and unobtrusive. It
maintains the same thickness all the way around the display, which we appreciated. The
six control buttons are discrete but easy to operate.
of the display features the DVI, analog and power plugs, as well
as the hard power switch. A Kensington security port (like those commonly
found on laptops) is also present, which should help prevent this expensive piece of
technology from walking out of your office. On the base is
a cable management loop to help keep the video and
power wires off of the table top.
The LCD panel adjusts upwards about 30 degrees back, and
the same amount to the left and right sides, care of the two joints in
the gooseneck support.
The monitor will also tilt downwards about 5 degrees.
The base has enough weight to prevent the 243T from moving about or tipping
while it is being adjusted.