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    Default Help**** (^X^)***XL 2370 or PX 2370

    Well.............
    i want xl2370 the problem is i can't get it because its unavailable in where i live
    the only way is to get it and shipped from USA and that's will cost money shipping+ no warranty(outside USA ) and ......etc
    in other way i could get Px2370 cheapest than any site could offer for 282 $ +warrant
    so i am little confused because the black level in it and i think the XL model is better in black level more than PX model and also better in Contrast Ratio
    i know its tn panel after all but at least i pick up the best of the worst
    so i can't be disappointed

    so any suggestions ???

    is it worth to go for XL or just pick up the PX ???
    how bad is the black level and the quality of view hd movie in PX ?

    thanks guys in advance any comment i would be super appreciated for help

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    Is this the product you are talking about?

    Samsung SyncMaster XL2370

    Here is a quick little review for you.

    CNET editors' review

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    • Reviewed on: 09/03/2009
    The good: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 is low-priced, beautifully designed, and offers great overall performance. Also, it's one of the lightest and thinnest monitors we've tested of any size.
    The bad: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 lacks ergonomic features and its base is quite wobbly.
    The bottom line: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 looks great, performs well, and hits the right price point.
    Review:
    The 23-inch Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 is thin, sleek, and light. It's as if Samsung's own P2370 had a thinner, prettier sister. In addition, the XL also has an LED backlight that lets it perform better in movies and games. The monitor won't be available in the U.S. until October 12, 2009, but Samsung expects the XL2370 to have an estimated street price of $299. That's about $35 more than what the P2370 is currently going for, but it is about the same price as the 24-inch LED-backlit Dell G2410. However, our pick for best overall ...

    Full review here. http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors...ml#reviewPage1

    Where do you live and is there nothing comparable in quality and price that would be local?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4hams View Post
    Is this the product you are talking about?

    Samsung SyncMaster XL2370

    Here is a quick little review for you.

    CNET editors' review

    • Reviewed by:
    • Eric Franklin
    • Edited by:
    • Bonnie Cha
    • Reviewed on: 09/03/2009

    The good: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 is low-priced, beautifully designed, and offers great overall performance. Also, it's one of the lightest and thinnest monitors we've tested of any size.
    The bad: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 lacks ergonomic features and its base is quite wobbly.
    The bottom line: The Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 looks great, performs well, and hits the right price point.
    Review:
    The 23-inch Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 is thin, sleek, and light. It's as if Samsung's own P2370 had a thinner, prettier sister. In addition, the XL also has an LED backlight that lets it perform better in movies and games. The monitor won't be available in the U.S. until October 12, 2009, but Samsung expects the XL2370 to have an estimated street price of $299. That's about $35 more than what the P2370 is currently going for, but it is about the same price as the 24-inch LED-backlit Dell G2410. However, our pick for best overall ...

    Full review here. http://reviews.cnet.com/lcd-monitors...ml#reviewPage1

    Where do you live and is there nothing comparable in quality and price that would be local?
    thanks for u replay .well yep Samsung SyncMaster XL2370
    i know its a good overall preform its great monitor . but i live far away from USA
    i also looked at Acer G245H and it has equal performance to the samsung XL2370
    and i can't find the acer either seems a lot of good monitor not available in where i live
    and i was talking about the PX not the P version i mean its PX2370 and not P2370

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    So where do ya live? There may be members here that are local to you and may be of more assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4hams View Post
    So where do ya live? There may be members here that are local to you and may be of more assistance.
    well i don't think so,but any way i am from Egypt

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    I have a PX2370.
    It's a really good screen.
    I recomend you to buy a PX2370.
    Sorry about my bad English, I speak portuguese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Affonso View Post
    I have a PX2370.
    It's a really good screen.
    I recomend you to buy a PX2370.
    Sorry about my bad English, I speak portuguese.
    hey buddy , well its okay my english is'nt too good either

    well there is acer g245h which is good in performance than the px2370 but i can't find it in where i live
    i could buy it from another country but warranty will be not in use that's why i needed to know about the px2370 because its available but the problem is the px has accurate color but disappoint results when watching movie in another word PX2370 has obvious trouble controlling granular digital noise when playing DVDs

    that's why i opened my topic to see how bad is it and also its black level is not too good either i know its TN panel but at least to be acceptable and price is too high for these one because
    it's 280 dollar and not even 280 dollar in performance



    well there also p2370 its great monitor has accurat color 2ms and also 1080 all in one but not soo fast because it has Basic accessories nooooo hdmi

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    There are very detailed reviews at http://reviews.cnet.com/best-lcd-mon...contentBody;pm

    comparing the 2 monitors
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    hey and thanks for replay

    well after read alot of reviews i think i will not go with these road PX2370 excellent for gaming and preform excellent 2ms but for me too expensive to be truly competitive to other monitors i have seen over the internet , i mean for its price i could put extra bucks and get IPs and it will preform perfect, after all px2370 its not worth it
    i have been reading reviews about these monitor since 1 month now and now i know its not excellent choice for its price for sure, well my advise stay away from these one

    i would go with acer g245h and its cheaper and preform good if i found it
    and also acer h243h is another good choice for a little also if i found it LOL

    those both have better black level and and also good response time and good for view movies for its price i think its a good deal and also save you a bunch of money from the Px2370

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