There is a rubberized groove in the monitor’s bottom the top part of the stand goes into. The juts in the stand fit into the cut-outs in the groove. To perform this operation, you should place the stand on a desk and push the monitor down on it with some effort. This is all quite comprehensibly described in the included manual.
As a result, you get a monitor with a stand. Contrary to possible apprehensions, the connection is sufficiently stiff. The monitor does not wobble and can be fixed in any position. The stand won’t fall out if you lift the monitor up – you have to apply some effort to take it off.
The SyncMaster 932B has analog and digital inputs located in the oblong niche at the back panel of the case.
There is a large round Power button on the front panel which is highlighted with a blue LED at work. The highlighting is not bright. It won’t be distracting even in half-darkness.
The rest of the buttons are placed on the bottom edge of the case. Their labels are pressed out in the plastic above them (by the way, the readability of such labels is good on white plastic, but poor on black plastic). The monitor’s got the same controls as other monitors from Samsung. Quick access is provided to the auto-adjustment feature, to switching between the inputs, to adjusting the brightness setting, and to browsing through the MagicBright modes.
The monitor’s menu is not new, either. This menu has been used in almost all monitors Samsung has produced in the last few years, except for a few large-diagonal models. The menu is user-friendly and comprehensible. It remembers the item you changed last. You can control the monitor with the MagicTune program as well.