Samsung SyncMaster 940BF
The SyncMaster 940BF looks very much like the above-described SyncMaster 940B – and their names differ by only one letter! There is an important difference between them, though: the 940B uses a rather slow (as we’ve just found out) TN+Film matrix whereas the 940BF features RTC technology and claims a response time of only 2 milliseconds on gray-to-gray transitions. It is in fact a direct rival to the BenQ FP93GX. Only these two models sport so fast matrixes at present.
Unfortunately, the monitor’s stand has been simplified. In this respect it succeeds not to the 940B, but rather to the inexpensive 940N which had a simple stand. You can only change the tilt of the screen here; the portrait mode and height adjustment are not available on the 940BF. If necessary, the stand can be replaced with a VESA-compatible one.
The monitor has analog and digital inputs, and an integrated power adapter.
The monitor’s controls are the same cute round buttons located on the front panel. The menu is Samsung’s standard one, too. It’s easy to control the monitor – I have no complaints here.