Samsung to help make Dell 27" screen

Written by Ryan Garside

December 1, 2006 | 15:45

Tags: #27 #hdtv #monitor #screen #size #sound

Companies: #dell #samsung

What's better than a 24" monitor? A 27" one of course. That's the kind of brilliant logic that has propelled Dell to the top of the pile in providing consumer electronics. It's also the size of their next big monitor release.

DailyTech is reporting that Samsung has signed a deal with Dell to provide the panels for its 27" monitors.

The specs page for the upcoming Samsung model (the Dell one shouldn't be too dissimilar) states that it will run in 1,920 x 1,200, have a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and a 500 cd/m2. This monitor probably won't be cheap but will almost certainly be ideal for HDTV viewing.

At the moment we're getting a whole load of 22" monitors coming into the office, so it's quite refreshing to see that bigger and better things are on the horizon. This won't be the biggest monitor available but will perhaps push the boundaries for acceptable width on regular sized desks to the limit. Most desk simply can't fit much more than 27" on them.

At what stage do monitors get too big for normal desks? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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