Slim and attractive design, impressive performance and tuning features, very responsive.
Beautiful looks and design, High contrast ratio and great colour intensity, Great overall performance, Triple input design
The Samsung SyncMaster BX2350 has accurate color reproduction for a TN-based panel, includes many useful viewing-angle features, and continues the exceptionally stylish look established by Samsung's previous LED monitors.
Some issues establishing optimum colour balance for gaming, Magicangle modes don't make much of a difference, touch sensitive controls can be temperamental.
Absence of a VESA mount
Samsung SyncMaster BX2350 has very noticeable backlight clouding, low vibrancy in games, and its OSD array touch sensors work inconsistently.
By DigitalVersus on January 24, 2011
The BX2350 combines design and responsiveness but its inaccurate colours and low contrast ratio prevent it from getting more than three stars....60
By The Inquirer on December 14, 2010
The screen's bezel is finished with an attractive acrylic surround that enhances aesthetic appeal without looking tacky, and a chrome-finished boomerang-shaped stand coordinates beautifully with the overall approach. Unfortunately these aesthetics...50
By DreamWare Computers on November 24, 2010
For an average on-sale price of $250 CDN (standard price $280), the Samsung BX2350 makes for a very competitively priced LED monitor in it's segment. The 23" screen size is perfect for any modern day computer system and gives you plenty of screen...-
By Pocket-lint on November 10, 2010
Great looks, an excellent response time and some impressive overall performance makes the BX2350 one to keep an eye on...80
By V3.co.uk on November 01, 2010
Samsung's BX2350 is a superbly stylish display with impressive performance and a wide range of ways to adjust settings for different environments. Though it's a little more expensive than some similar rivals, it will appeal to those who require...60
By TechRadar on November 01, 2010
We've said it before and we'll say it again (well, Laird probably will next month in our massive monitor group test), but the one part of your PC that you'll always use is the monitor. So you might as well make it a good 'un. Samsung has...80
By GadgetSpeak on October 29, 2010
Fancy a large monitor? How about 23 inches? This is a Full HD 1920x1080 offering, what I found surprising as I moved my 20inch panel aside to review it is that is weights around half what my own smaller panel...76
By itreviews.com on October 29, 2010
At around £230 the BX2350 is more expensive than some similar screens in this class, but there's an inevitable premium involved with such a stylish and slimline design. As an aesthetic complement to a home setup that involves a fair bit of...-
By Hardware Central on September 09, 2010
Monitor Review: Samsung SyncMaster BX2350 Playing the AnglesSeptember 9, 2010By Housen MaratoukWhen putting together a system, it can be easy to get so caught up in processor speeds, RAM amounts, and drive sizes that the monitor gets little more...73
By eTech Reviews on August 28, 2010
I was really surprised to see this monitor turning up in my labs because Samsung has already made two LED based LCD monitors for 2010 and thus it makes no sense to make another model. Maybe the other two products are doing really well in the market...-