Samsung Introduce Secondary Laptop Screens

"Samsung add two monitors designed for laptop users to their range."

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Samsung 'Laptfit' Screens
 
Samsung Lapfit external monitors for laptopsSamsung are allowing laptop users to enjoy the benefits of a dual screen setup without the chore of purchasing a new and expensive laptop with two screens built in. This can increase
 
The two new Lapfit monitors, a 21.5" LD220G and a 18.5" LD190N, are designed to require minimal set up. The LD190N installs with a standard VGA cable while the LD220G provides the added benefit of USB connectivity with Samsung’s UbiSync technology, meaning there is no need to change settings or multiple video cards. It also acts as a USB hub to attach further UbiSync monitors or peripherals.
 
The pair weight between 3.6 and 4.5kg and have a low profile design for easy transportation. They both also have an integrated kickstand that tilts between 10 to 40 degrees to match the viewing angle of the existing laptop screen. The LD190N features a resolution of 1360 x 768 whilst the LD220G boasts full HD capabilities with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. Both of the monitors features 250 cd/m2 brightness, a dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000:1, a 16:9 aspect ratio and 5ms response time.
 
They are expected to start shipping soon for around £160 and £100 for the LD220G and LD190N respectively.
 
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14-10-2009, 08:40:33

Mul.
Fair shout. :)

14-10-2009, 09:39:10

VonBlade

No. No, no no - no.




Either I watch too much Family Guy, or someone else read that in Clevelands "falling out the bath during Peters shenanigans" voice too.

Please? Can't just be me.

14-10-2009, 12:00:35

Rastalovich
Have abs-o-lutely no idea what u mean m8.

However I have heard of the Family Guy, just never liked it.

14-10-2009, 12:44:23

Mul.

Either I watch too much Family Guy, or someone else read that in Clevelands "falling out the bath during Peters shenanigans" voice too.

Please? Can't just be me.



No it's not just you :D

14-10-2009, 16:07:13

lasher
I thought he was doing an impersonation of the bloke off Vicar of Dibley!

14-10-2009, 16:21:17

monkey7

Either I watch too much Family Guy, or someone else read that in Clevelands "falling out the bath during Peters shenanigans" voice too.

Please? Can't just be me.

Hahahaha now I read it that way too xD

14-10-2009, 20:02:05

Diablo
Great review, but still would build my own for that wedge. At least that way I can specify my own components. Maybe for the £300 difference, I might stick an EVGA Classified in there, a TB drive, a 850HX and a bluray drive instead.

20-10-2009, 16:26:22

Bungral
Nice review Mul...

Gotta say nicely written.

Pre-builts certainly aint for me but as one goes, it isn't too bad.

That said £1300 does seem like an awful lot for some reason.. Spose the 5870 takes up quite a chunk of that.

20-10-2009, 17:20:33

Mul.
Cheers Bungral. :)

If I remember right, it's on special offer for around £1175 at the moment?

21-10-2009, 08:34:36

Rastalovich
If there's an expectation out there that £1000+ will be paid for a "play anything at high/extreme quality", it may be time to start a business.

To that end, I'd love to see their sold unit figures.
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