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Samsung LD220

Samsung LD220
alaScore 89

319 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 319 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the size and design are overall positive. The usability and value for money are also mentioned favorably. Some have doubts about the reliability.

value for money, usability, design, size

reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Monitors the Samsung LD220 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 319 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Samsung LD220

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 4 user reviews of Samsung LD220 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Monitors on Amazon.co.uk.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Samsung LapFit 21.5-inch TFT LCD Monitor (Gloss Black, USB, 5ms)SAMSUNG SyncMaster LD220 22" wide TFT Screen (5ms) 5 ms, VGA, USB 20-23 inches LCD monitor/TFT screen

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Amazon.com review summary for Samsung LD220

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 121 user reviews of Samsung LD220 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Monitors on Amazon.com.

value for money, usability, design, size

81% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Full HD Widescreen LCD MonitorSamsung LD220G 21.5 Inch LCD Monitor - Black

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22IN/20V 24mm 2048x1536 79hz Syncmaster 1200nf USB Tco-99

 

WHAT'S HOT: We were particularly impressed with the quality of graphics screens rendered by the Samsung SyncMaster 1200NF; colors looked accurate, and subtle shading (such as flesh tones and shadows) looked true to life. The display can also handle...

Also at the rear are two upstream ports (which connect to the PC);you can switch them through the on-screen menu. This means that you can havetwo PCs can share a set of USB devices by switching the active upstream port inthe same way that you switch...

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Samsung LD220G

 

The Samsung LD220G is a multipurpose monitor that can be used as a standalone display or paired with a laptop as a companion screen. The $230 monitor has USB-video connectivity, bypassing connection to the video card. Unfortunately, the display has...

The Samsung LD220G has a sleek design and a simple interface for using it as a companion monitor to a laptop.

The Samsung LD220G's USB game performance is slow and choppy, there's no contrast control in the onscreen display, and it's plagued by glaring screen uniformity problems.

The Samsung LD220G works as a companion monitor, but there are better models out there if you're looking for a standalone 22-inch display.

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Samsung LD220G and Mag Innovision GML2226

 

Today we'll examine two flat panel monitors, the Samsung LD220G and the Mag Innovision GML2226. While neither one will break your budget, they're each designed for rather different purposes.

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Samsung LD220Z Lapfit Touch review

 

Does adding multi-touch make Samsung's laptop-focussed screen worth the money?

Nicely put together ; Good ergonomics

Windows 7's touch features suck ; Expensive for a 22-incher

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Samsung SyncMaster LD220HD review

 

The SyncMaster LD220HD, like the LG W2230s, is sold as an accompaniment to your laptop, rather than as a desktop monitor, although in truth it could easily be both.

Well connected, TV tuner, Full HD

Anti-glare finish means it isn't the sharpest display, stand is a little limiting

As we said, see it as a monitor first, put it in its place on a desk and it will provide you with a diverse range of features.

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Samsung SyncMaster LD220 review

 

Samsung's laptop-centric monitor is a good performer

Nice screen ; Good 'laptop' design ; Simple features ; USB screen connection

Colours can be over-vibrant ; No digital interface

Recommended!

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Samsung SyncMaster LD220HD - 22in HDTV Monitor

 

This 22in, 1080p HDTV and Monitor combo looks a bargain at £200.

Anyone who demands flexibility on a small budget should seek out the LD220HD. For £200 it offers truly stunning value, particularly as the performance and attention to detail of the set far outstrips anything you'll see on no-name alternatives.

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Samsung SyncMaster LD220 review

 

The Samsung SyncMaster LD220 works as a companion monitor, but there are better models out there if you're looking for a stand-alone display

Sleek design ; Simple interface

USB game performance is slow and choppy ; No contrast control in the on-screen display ; Plagued by glaring screen-uniformity problems

The optimal viewing angle for a monitor is usually directly in front, about a quarter of the screen's distance down from the top. At this angle, you're viewing the colours and gamma correction as they were intended to be seen. Most monitors are made to...

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Samsung SyncMaster LD220 review

 

The rationale behind Samsung's latest monitor is that laptop users want an external display that sits at the same height as their laptop's screen.

A great-quality USB monitor that's a good choice only if your laptop's monitor output is already being used for another display.

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Samsung LD220G Lapfit

 

The LD220G Lapfit is touted as a secondary display specifically for notebooks. With its slick glossy black bezel it won't look out of place next to even the flashiest of laptops.

The Samsung LD220G Lapfit monitor looks extremely stylish and was an absolute pleasure to work on. As a secondary notebook monitor it seems a bit specialised, and with no HD ports it's hampered in its usability. Whether the Lapfit is really that much...

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