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Samsung S27C230B 27" Widescreen LED Monitor, Black
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Samsung S27C230B 27" Widescreen LED Monitor, Black

Item # 361739 OfficeMax # 24782086
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  • 27" TFT active matrix LED panel for a variety of computing tasks.
  • 170° horizontal viewing angle is great for sharing presentations or working with others.
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Fast response time
  • 27" TFT active matrix LED panel for a variety of computing tasks. 
  • 170° horizontal viewing angle is great for sharing presentations or working with others. 
  • 1000:1 static contrast ratio enables accurate color reproduction. 
  • 300 cd/m2 brightness for a highly visible display. 
  • 1920 x 1080 maximum resolution creates a high level of picture detail for a clear, bold display. 
  • 5ms response time (gray-to-gray) helps prevent streaking in fast-moving scenes. 
  • Magic Upscale technology provides high picture quality. 

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Item # 361739 
Manufacturer # S27C230B  
diagonal screen size 27 inches
viewable image size 27 inches
HD compatible no
signal input type VGA 15-pin D-sub
model name S27C230B
screen type TFT active matrix LCDED
typical response time 5 ms (gray-to-gray)
maximum resolution 1920 x 1080
native resolution 1920 x 1080
TV tuner No
pixel pitch 0.311 mm
monitor brightness 300 cd/m2
aspect ratio 16:9
contrast ratio 1000:1
horizontal viewable angle 170 degrees
antiglare no
integrated speakers no
dimensions 25.38"H x 19.10"W x 8.76"D
warranty length 1-yr limited
brand name Samsung
manufacturer Samsung
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
monitor color black
wall mountable no

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Samsung S27C230B 27 Widescreen LED Monitor, Black 4.8 5 5 5
Excellent for the price Found this to be quite a steal at $199 on sale. From a graphics professionals standpoint, color is excellent right out of the box with no calibration. I'll get it calibrated soon and see if I can dial it in even further. Although this is 1920 x 1080 and I'd like to have a ultra high res monitor, for the price you can't beat this, since those seem to run 3-4 times this price. The only real disappointment was that it does not come with a true hdmi input, although there is a hdmi cable included, which has a DVI adapter on one end. June 21, 2014
Nice monitor Very nice monitor for the price. The standard settings were a bit to bright for my eyes, but it was easy to adjust to a more comfortable level. I would recommend it to anyone. Comes with a RGB to RGB cable and a DVI to Display Port cable. I could have used a DVI to DVI cable for my video card. June 21, 2014
Moniter Very pleased with purchase and the quick delivery. March 24, 2014
Awesome Monitor Best purchase ever. My eyes used to get so tired from looking at my 21.5" screen. This monitor has great color & my eyes are no longer tired at night. March 1, 2014
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No other connection than VGA.
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VGA and DVI connections are supported.

The Wii typically supports a composite or component connection, and this monitor doesn't have either of those.

There may be hardware that allows you to convert these signals to VGA or DVI, but that would require additional connections and hardware.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung monitors.

--Mr.Samsung
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My pc is old and I am not sure what operating system it has and since my current monitor is not working, I can't check which system I have
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It shouldn't.
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If you pc has a VGA connection-a flat plug with about 15 pins, usually blue or white area around the pins or holes-then this monitor should work. Does your current monitor have that kind of cable connection? The particular operating system should be irrelevant-windows xp, vista, 7, 8. Can't speak for Apple ios, but I can't see how that would make a difference.
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I have a G8 mac and would like a monitor with camera.
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9 months ago
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Most monitors will be compatible with Macs, although some models may require an adapter.

More information is necessary to answer your question directly, but the monitor has a VGA and DVI (compatible with HDMI) port, and is Mac Compatible.

Thanks for your interest in Samsung monitors.

--Mr. Samsung
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Not easily. You'll need to convert an analog signal to VGA.

A computer with a DVD drive and a VGA video cable would be easier.

--Mr.Samsung
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