While we found Samsung's IT solutions emphasis here at CeBIT a bit of a yawn -- when executive gets up and tells you that printers are his "personal passion," you know you're in for a wild ride -- we are glad to see that the company is sticking some of its consumer design cues into its business products. Case in point, the T-series LCDs borrow from the "crystal" style elements of the Bordeaux
series, but pack in some business-friendly specifications. The SyncMaster T260 is the flagship of the series, with 26-inches of real estate, 1920 x 1200 resolution, 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 5ms response time and a DTV tuner option, while the similar T240 hits at 24-inches and brings 0.3 Watts standby power. Inputs include DVI and HDMI and D-sub. More basic displays start at 19-inches, multiple color accent options are available, and everything will be available globally in March.
Samsung unveils T-series LCD lineup for the suits