The Samsung SyncMaster 172T that we reviewed earlier this year was hailed as one of the best looking monitors by us and many others.  The unusual bezel and stand have reappeared in the 192T, much as we expected.  This design allows for the DVI, analog and power adaptor to plug in without tipping or tilting the monitor.

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Most LCDs we see plug directly into the back of the panel.  Samsung moved all of these connectors to the base of the stand so that the upper bezel can move freely and also allow for easy access to the VGA and DC connections.

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While the 192T does not incorporate the same ultra narrow bezel as the 191T, the panel itself consumes less desk space.  Also, since the panel is wall mountable, the total depth of the LCD can become as shallow as 4 inches.  Conventions and presentations that have traditionally used the AG Neovo S series (it folds down to a horizontal position) may begin to use the 192T and 172T series now that they both incorporate their own horizontal folding.

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  • elessar072 - Friday, November 21, 2003 - link

    OMG...people i need help. I live in Montreal, Canada and i really i want to buy this monitor but wherever i go they only offer me the 191T+ and i want the 192T ! One bcz it looks so kewl and second because it's better then the 191T. What's the difference between 191t+ and 192T except the look and the speakers? Does anyone know a good online store where i can buy the monitor with shipment to canada for a regular price...i have 850$ for a lcd 19".

    Please help me if you know...i found something but it looks aweful and i dont know if i should trust them.

  • Anonymous User - Saturday, August 9, 2003 - link

    The VX900 is an awful monitor. I feel sorry for your horrible experience. To go from a 192T to a VX900 is like going from an audi s8 to a honda civic.
  • Anonymous User - Monday, July 28, 2003 - link

    I just to say that I bought one of these monitors. I liked it, but when I took it home and connected it, there they were, I got burnt pixels right out of the box. I returned it and got another. The same thing happened again. As a matter of fact, I ended up returning it four times. I payed $750 and I don't think that for that amount I should be dealing with these problems. I contacted Samsung and was told that they had not experienced any problems, but I did, four times! That's too bad because the monitor was really nice looking. I ended up buying the ViewSonic VX900. I must say that I've had no problems of any kind. I don't know if I made the right choice, but I'm very happy with my choice. Thanks.
  • Anonymous User - Sunday, July 20, 2003 - link

    "pixel pitch: 0.264mm"

    How can it be?

  • mikato - Thursday, April 4, 2013 - link

    I have this monitor and it is still awesome and going strong 10 years later. Color is fantastic and still beats any TN panels out there. Great looking too. I am finally in the market for a 24" though :)

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