Samsung SyncMaster 940NW
This is an entry-level model in a 940 series case. The price being lower, the matrix is cheaper here, without Response Time Compensation. Although the number differs by only 1 millisecond, the practical difference is much bigger due to the measurement method. The response time of the previous model was the average of all possible pixel state transitions. Here, the black-white-black transition is measured, which takes the shortest time to complete.
When viewed from the front, the monitor is almost an exact copy of the SyncMaster 940BW: a neat silver-gray case on a black-and-white stand.
The side view shows, however, that the stand has changed and does not allow to adjust the height of the screen or turn it into the portrait mode. The turning of the screen around the vertical axis is not available in this model, either.
You can replace the monitor’s native stand with a VESA mount.
The digital connector has disappeared and the monitor offers an analog interface only. The power adapter is integrated into the case. The connectors are hidden under a removable decorative panel.
The monitor’s controls are the same as on the SyncMaster 940BW and are located likewise.