REVIEW: Samsung 226BW Part 3
Buttons and power switch in stainless steel finish
The frame is 2 cm wide at the top and sides and 3.8 cm wide at the bottom. Since the monitor is only 6.3 cm deep and 22 cm deep with the base attached, the Samsung 226BW can even be accommodated comfortably on the desk space of most closet desks.
The covering of the connections on the Samsung 226BW can be removed using a handle.
The four VESA100 boreholes are visible on the back of the monitor and can be used to attach the monitor to a wall bracket or a separate base.
The connections are concealed behind a removable cover so the Samsung 226BW also looks great from the back.
The Samsung 226BWcannot be tilted forwards but can be tilted up to 20 degrees backwards.
It is common knowledge that monitors in the 22-inch class are not exactly at the cutting edge in terms of ergonomics, and the Samsung 226BW is no exception: its only ergonomic features are a tilting function and a rotary disc. The screen can only be tilted up to 20 degrees backwards, but the base allows the monitor to be turned 360 degrees.
The tilting function is very stiff and creaks when in use. The base lifts up slightly if you do not push the monitor towards the tabletop whilst tilting the screen. In addition, the Samsung 226BW wobbles quite a bit when tapped. However, the rotary disc used for turning the monitor works very smoothly.
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