Product Information : Samsung S27B350H LED
|Product name||S27B350H LED|
A white or grey monitor will be less straining to your eyes than a black one. This is also the reason why black monitors only bear the TCO 95 marking even though their white cousins are awarded TCO 99.
|Energy Consumption (In use)||40 W|
|Energy Consumption (Standby)||0.5 W|
Can the screen tilt?
|Monitor Type||PC Monitor|
The size of the screen indicates the picture surface area. Screen size is measured diagonally from corner to corner.
|Full HD (1920x1080)||Yes|
This is the distance between two dots of the same colour. This is generally measured diagonally, but for aperture grille monitors it is sometimes measured horizontally.
|Color depth||16.77 million|
|Pixel response time (rise+fall)
Pixel response time is as important when choosing a LCD monitor what refresh rate is for CRTs. The response time is the time, which a TFT cell requires to switch on and switch off. For standard office applications a response time of 70 ms (milliseconds) is sufficient, but for multimedia values under 30 ms are required.
|2 total, ms|
Contrast is measured as the ratio between the light intensity of the brightest and the darkest point of an image. High contrast values improve readability and ergonomics.
Brightness is the emitted luminous power over a specified area. Brightness is another point, on which LCD monitors are superior to CRT devices. Traditional monitors create approximately 80 to 100 cd/m² (candela per meter square). For LCDs, values below 200 cm/m² are not acceptable.
|300 nit (cd/m2)|
|Horizontal viewing angle
The viewing angle is the angle from the centre of the image where you can still see the image. Ergonomic requirements are at least 120 degrees horizontally.
|Vertical viewing angle
The viewing angle is the angle from the centre of the image where you can still see the image. Ergonomic requirements are at least 90 degrees vertically.
The speed that a monitor draws a single scan line, called the "horizontal frequency," is measured in kilohertz (kHz). The process repeats, painting line after line, until the screen is filled.
|30 ~ 81 kHz|
The speed that a monitor draws an entire screen, called the "vertical refresh rate" or "frequency," is measured in hertz (Hz).
|56 ~ 75 Hz|
The standard analogue connector is called D-sub (HD-15). There are also different digital connectors, DVI-I and DVI-D. DVII can be used for both analogue and digital signals, while DVI-D is digital only with a higher data transfer rate.
|Mini D-sub, HDMI|
|Dimensions (including stand, WxHxD)||64.3x47x25.2 cm|