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Samsung SyncMaster 180T 18.1 inch LCD Display

Samsung SyncMaster 180T 18.1 inch LCD Display - PCSTATS
Abstract: The titanium-silver and grey colours of the display not only make it jump out at you, but make old fashioned CRT displays look positively ancient.
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External Mfg. Website: Samsung Jul 27 2001   Max Page  
Home > Reviews > Monitors > Samsung 180T

The sexy display

If an LCD display could ever be called 'sexy,' this is the one display that would be it!

The stand bolts on to the back of the actual display panel and can be removed if a wall mount is at hand. It would be really nice to see the manufacturers include even a small unarticulated wall mount with the display but sadly they do not.

While the 180T has a large face it is not that heavy and with the addition of a built in lazy Suzan is very easy to rotate left and right. The small hole in the base is designed so that the wires from the panel can be neatly threaded through and out to the computer.

Unlike a previous Samsung display we looked at which had an overly stiff forward and backward tilt mechanism, the 180T has a very stable and firm feel to it. For example, if you tilt the display back, you don't find gravity doing its work and righting the display since the joint is nicely tensioned.

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Contents of Article: Samsung 180T
 Pg 1.  Samsung SyncMaster 180T 18.1 inch LCD Display
 Pg 2.  Analog and DVI
 Pg 3.  — The sexy display
 Pg 4.  SyncMaster 180T Specs
 Pg 5.  TFT Display Evaluation
 Pg 6.  Evaluation Results & Conclusion

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