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Samsung FX2490HD Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateAug 2010
Display diagonal61 cm (24")
Display brightness (typical)250 cd/m²
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Response time5 ms
HD typeFull HD
Contrast ratio (typical)1000:1
Viewing angle, horizontal170°
Viewing angle, vertical160°
Native aspect ratio16:9
Aspect ratio16:9
Separate H/V syncYes
Composite syncYes
Sync-on-green (SOG)Yes
Display sRGBYes
Ports & interfaces
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity1
HDMI ports quantity2
SCART ports quantity1
Audio inputYes
Headphone outputs1
Digital audio optical out1
Component video (YPbPr/YCbCr) in1
AC (power) inYes
Weight & dimensions
Width579 mm
Depth36.5 mm
Height363 mm
Weight5.3 kg
Width (with stand)579 mm
Height (with stand)436 mm
Weight (with stand)7.5 kg
Power consumption (standby)0.3 W
Power consumption (typical)35 W
Cable lock slotNo
LED indicatorsStand-by
Plug and PlayYes
Product colourBrown
Built-in cameraNo
TV tuner integratedYes
RMS rated power10 W
Built-in subwooferNo
Audio systemDolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse
Built-in microphoneNo

Reviews of Samsung FX2490HD
Reviewed on 2011-04-03
Retailing for US $476 the SyncMaster FX2490HD is the second most expensive LCD screen here.For your cash you get a LCD that can also double as a TV screen however. Studying the SyncMaster we couldn't help but notice its attractive looks and finish. The...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-07
Stylish design. Good text and HD image quality. Relatively affordable.
Lacks DVI port. Uneven backlighitng. Oversaturated colors.
If you've only got room for a PC monitor or a small HDTV, but not both, the Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD ($369.99 street) has you covered. This 24-inch hybrid display is designed for the desktop but is slim enough to fit on a kitchen counter or a bedroo...
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Reviewed on 2010-11-03
The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD has an impressive number of connection options, built-in speakers, and a remote control, with great movie and game performance. It also has a couple of design flourishes that contribute to not only its aesthetic appeal, but...
The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD requires color calibrating to get the picture quality to an acceptable level, its lack of DVI connection means you'll need to purchase an adapter or new cord to get it working with a modern PC. Some of its connection option...
The Samsung SyncMaster FX2490HD has performance that rivals the Samsung PX2370, one of the best TN monitors we've tested. The FX2490HD has some of the best movie and games performance we've seen recently; it also has a near full assortment of HDTV conn...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-20
For many, the differences between computer monitors and HDTVs are distinct enough that separate products will likely be bought in order to encompass all of benefits each brings to the table. Samsung however thinks they have found a solution: an all-i...
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