Samsung S24E310HL 23.6-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

June 1, 2017 - Comment

Samsung 23.6″ LED Monitor Product Features Wide Viewing Panel provides 178°wide viewing angle horizontally and vertically, so you can experience the optimal screen from any position. Eye Saver Mode optimizes your viewing comfort by reducing blue light emissions and flickers at the touch of a button. Auto Setting reduces energy use by about 10%. Eco-Saving

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(as of December 16, 2017 9:28 pm EST - Details)

Samsung 23.6″ LED Monitor

Product Features

  • Wide Viewing Panel provides 178°wide viewing angle horizontally and vertically, so you can experience the optimal screen from any position.
  • Eye Saver Mode optimizes your viewing comfort by reducing blue light emissions and flickers at the touch of a button.
  • Auto Setting reduces energy use by about 10%. Eco-Saving Plus feature reduces screen brightness to save power, plus the screen brightness automatically transitions fluidly-reducing energy use even more.
  • Game Mode technology which allows you to enjoy smooth images, even during the fastest moving scenes.

Comments

Morgan says:

Another great Samsung monitor. Two tips on using it . . . I’ve been using Samsung monitors for many years. I have several that are close to ten years old and still working. Never had a stuck or dead pixel, ever. Some printed instructions for this monitor would be nice, but they don’t exist other than some small pictures. Online instructions weren’t that great either. I bought two of these monitors and had to return one. That was when I discovered that you can tilt the thing forward or back. It was leaning forward on the stand when I set it up, which I hated. I was going to put something under the stand to fix it, but I found that if you hold the stand and push (or pull) the monitor from the top you can indeed adjust it. I must have missed that picture on the instructions! Getting the stand on the monitor was easy. Getting it off, not so much. That was when I discovered that you can tilt the thing. You have to tilt it all the way to get the monitor off of the stand. 

drew says:

The picture that I have included is how to remove the base from the back of the monitor there is a screw that connects the base The base/stand comes off.

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