See things from a different angle with this 24-inch Samsung T55 curved monitor. You’ll enjoy an evident view of whatever you’re working on thanks to its Full HD screen, which is also great for streaming videos when you’re taking a break. And the quick 75Hz refresh rate alongside a speedy 4-millisecond response time irons out any blurring, so you won’t have to deal with annoying distractions.
On top of that, the built-in AMD FreeSync technology works with your computer to ensure they’re in harmony, getting rid of stuttering for a seamless experience. Plus, the HDMI and DisplayPort sockets round the back make it a breeze to set up –pop in the cable, and away you go.
Samsung T55 LC24T550FDUXEN Specifications
- Screen size: 24 inches
- Resolution: 1920×1080 pixels
- Brightness: 250 cd/m2
- Weight: 4.2 kg
- AMD FreeSync delivers seamless gaming, while 75Hz makes scenes smooth. This imagery comes together with Game Mode and the 1000R curve for intense realism.
- Next-generation design. The virtually borderless display’s striking aesthetic is enhanced by a fabric-textured backside and premium-quality slim metal stand. The result is a monitor that won’t just catch eyes but complements any interior, too.
- Connect to all your favorite devices with a convenient HDMI, DP, and D-Sub triple interface. The built-in 5-watt speakers make it even easier to get lost in your favorite movies or TV shows without plugging in a speaker.
- Protect your eyes and do more. The T55’s advanced eye comfort technology reduces eye strain for more comfortable extended computing. Flicker-Free technology continuously removes tiring and irritating screen flicker, while Eye Saver Mode minimizes emitted blue light. Compared to conventional monitors with less curve, 1000R closely fits the human field of view for less eye strain. The whole screen can be seen in just one glance to limit visual fatigue, even during sustained use. Your eyes stay fresh longer.
- Slow response time.
- Low resolution.
- Poor ergonomics
The Samsung T55 is an okay monitor for most uses. It’s decent for gaming with its FreeSync VRR support and low input lag, but unfortunately, the response time is slow.