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Hands-on with the Samsung 2263DX 22+7 UbiSync LCD

Nilay Patel
January 7, 2008
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We've always been fairly positive about Samsung's UbiSync USB-secondary display tech, but after checking out the new 2263DX 22+7 LCD in person, we don't think we'll be ditching our dual 24-inch setup anytime soon. The 2263's secondary LCD is mounted on a rotating, extendable arm, which lets you move it from the side to the top of the main 22-inch screen in either portrait or landscape orientation, but the Samsung reps weren't exactly forthcoming with max USB video bitrates. It's still pretty slick, though, and if you've always got a relatively static email or media player window open, definitely worth checking out in our gallery.

Gallery: Hands on with the Samsung Ubisync 22+7 LCD | 16 Photos





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