Samsung SyncMaster 720T
Looking exactly like the above-described SyncMaster 720B, this model uses a PVA matrix that should ensure wider viewing angles, good reproduction of colors and an excellent contrast ratio, but accompanied with a high response time.
The SyncMaster 720T uses the DualHinge design, too. You can put the screen almost in any position imaginable, including the portrait mode as well as the horizontal and upside-down positions (the latter position may be really necessary sometimes – if you wall-mount the monitor, you’ll have to turn its screen by 180 degrees for the connectors to look downwards).
The 720T has a digital input besides the analog one. The connector is placed in the pole of the base and is hidden under a decorative cover. The power adapter is external and connects to the connector at the rear panel of the base. An audio connector is also located there if the monitor has integrated speakers (all 720 series models come in two versions – with and without speakers. You can tell this by the letter index: the 720T SQSQ doesn’t have speakers, and the 720T SUSQ has speakers integrated into its base).
This monitor is controlled with five buttons located on the right of the bottom edge of the screen, next to the Power On button. The menu doesn’t differ from the menus of the two Samsung monitors described above: besides the typical settings it offers two MagicColor modes (besides turning it off altogether), image tonality adjustment, ten color temperature modes and gamma adjustment (from 1.7 to 3.1; as you know, the standard gamma for today’s monitors is 2.2). These settings are all available with both analog and digital connections.