Samsung announces their first LED monitors. The backlighting of these monitors is no longer neons (CCFL tubes) but LED matrixes uniformly distributed in the back of the panels.
We remind you that we noticed last year better brightness homogeneity and much wider gamut. These are also Samsung's selling points for these monitors that will be released next summer at best. Unlike NEC's policy the price of these monitors won't be higher than the "normal" LCD except that this technology will be introduced first in high end models.Samsung XC24Samsung XC20 and XC19
We noted on this monitor a new response time, 4ms PVA technology, whereas the current faster ones are in 6 ms.