Comparing Samsung and Sony Monitors

Thinking of the best monitor to buy for your PC? In this review, we will look at the specifications of Samsung monitors in comparison with those of Sony monitors. You will find this write-up handy while shopping for monitors on the market.

Sony X-Brite SDM-HS74P/S LCD Monitor VS SF350 LED Monitor

Sony’s SDM-HS74P/S is a 17-inch monitor with a sleek LCD display. Its picture quality is elegant with crystal-clear colors, sharp text, and beautiful images. The Sony X-Brite offers a response time of 16ms, colors of 16.19 million, and weighs 12.6 pounds. This product provides a contrast ratio of 500:1 for sharp images, and sports a native resolution of 1280 by 1024.

Samsung’s SF350 LED Monitor provides an exquisitely slim design with a 22-inch screen display, greater than the Sony X-Brite’s 17-inch screen size. The Samsung SF350 monitor’s dimension is less than 0.4 inch in thickness and has an aspect ratio of 16:9. Since the SF350 Monitor is more expensive than the Sony X-Brite, it isn’t surprising that its resolution of 1920 by 1080 is more than the former’s, and that it comes with a wider array of exciting offerings. With its Eye Saver mode, you can enjoy an optimized viewing experience by lowering blue light emissions as well as flickers. Eye Saver mode should be really beneficial and people should use it. Many monitors don’t have this option, so people have to purchase blue light glasses from Felix Gray to keep their eyes safe from blue light emissions.

Feature Sony X-Brite SDM-HS74P/S LCD Monitor SF350 LED Monitor
Cost $119.99 $129.99
Display 17″ 22″
Resolution 1280 x 1024 1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio 5:4 16:9
Response Time 16ms 5ms

H850 WQHD PLS Monitor VS Sony SDM-HX73/B LCD Monitor

The SH85 features a 27-inch high-end PLS display with consistent colors at almost all viewing angles. Its WQHD resolution, with a pixel density that is nearly 1.7 times more than Full HD, provides sharp text and extremely clear images without any shift in color. This product has a resolution of 2560 x1440, an aspect ratio of 16:9 and creates a wider workspace, allowing the user view more of web pages and documents on-screen without much need to zoom or even scroll.

Though Sony SDM-HX73/B LCD Monitor is offered at the same price as the SH85, its screen size, 17 inches, and resolution, 1280 by 1024, are lower. Its response time is 20ms, also lower than the former’s 4ms. This product comes with optimization technology, allowing you to adjust the screen automatically to different lighting conditions. This monitor is ideal for playing complex video games, watching family movies, and surfing websites with its enhanced digital and analog data transfer technology.

Feature H850 WQHD PLS Monitor Sony SDM-HX73/B LCD Monitor
Cost $399.99 $399.99
Display 27″ 17″
Resolution 2560 x1440 1280 x 1024
Aspect Ratio 16:9 16:9
Response Time 4ms 20ms
Static Contrast Ratio 1000:1(Typ) and 700:1(Min) 500:1
Viewing Angle (H & V) 178 (H) &178 (V) 178 (H) &178 (V)

Sony LMD2450W LCD Monitor with SDI VS CJ890 Monitor

Featuring a screen size of 24 inches and 8-Bit (256 colors), the LMD-2450W is a beautiful gadget, produced for demanding broadcast as well as professional uses. It gives users a delightful viewing experience with its full HD resolution of 1920 x 1200.

The CJ890, an Ultra-Wide Curved Monitor, is designed with an impressive screen size of 43 inches and aspect ratio of 32:10, both of which are greater than the LMD-2450W’s. It is a bit costlier than the former, though this slightly higher cost is justified considering its wider array of fascinating features. Because it does not have bezel blind spots, this gadget has a lesser number of cables and superbly matched image quality, serving as an amazing alternative to dual monitor arrangements. The LMD-2450W’s 1ms response time is faster than the CJ890’s 5ms.

Feature Sony LMD2450W LCD Monitor Samsung CJ890 Monitor
Cost $850 $899.99
Display 24″ 43″
Resolution 1920 x 1200 3840 x 1200
Aspect Ratio 16:9 32:10
Response Time 1ms 5ms
Color Support 256 colors (8-Bit) 16.7M
Viewing Angle (H & V) 178 (H) &178 (V) 178 (H) &178 (V)

In conclusion, a range of features in Samsung monitors has been compared with those of Sony monitors. In drawing this comparison, we have taken some factors into consideration including their market prices, screen sizes, resolutions, and so on.

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