"Nice monitor that is large and has good color."4.0 starson by taneillawton
Pros: Colors looked good right out of the box.
Magic Angle settings really do help with different angles for viewing.
Matte finish is great even with direct sunlight.
Cons: Changing the settings take some getting use to.
More tilt adjustment with the stand would be nice.
It is a little wobbly when the table is bumbed.
Summary: We compared the Samsung PX2370 with the Samsung P2570HD TV/Montior and the LG E2550 Monitor. We purchased the Samsung P2570HD because we thought we wanted a TV Tuner and it was a good price at a wholesale discount store. However, we stopped a the other store on the way home and purchased the Samsung PX2370 to compare. Both of these we very comparable and to us it was a toss up on which to keep. The P2570 was a little bigger but the PX2370 had a little bit better color. We finally decided we didn't want the TV tuner for personal reasons and so the Samsung P2570 was out. Then we picked up the LG E2350 to compare to the Samsung PX2370. The clincher for us was that we had the monitors set up together and were switching a movie back and forth between the two and the LG E2350 did not have as good of a picture at the PX2370. The PX2370 had vivid color and softer face tones.
I will say that the LG E2350 had more tilt in the stand which was nice, but the Magic Angle setting of the Samsung PX2370 were able to make up for the lack of tilt on the stand. However, it is kind of a pain to switch the setting on the PX2370, but not horrible. We also like the fact that the PX2370 has a three year parts and labor warranty whereas the other two only had a one year warranty.
We did purchase the PX2370 on sale and probably would have gone with one of the other two if it would not have been on sale. It was $10 more than the other Samsung monitor and $20 more than the LG. However, it just came out and in three months from now it will probably be a lot less.