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The Samsung Syncmaster 932MW is a brilliant Jack of all trades. I have had mine for several months now and have used it every day as a monitor for my computer in my bedroom. It performs well enough in this role considering the price. Colour reproduction isn't as good as an ISP panel, but this costs much less than a monitor of that quality.
What sets it apart is the array of connectivity it has. It has the usual d-sub for VGA and DVI for PC connections, but it also boasts a HDMI port, a scart socket and component inputs. The amount of connectivity is huge compared to most televisions of this size and price, and is a bonus for those that use it in the bedroom. I have both my computer and a freeview box connected to it and therefore I save space by not needing a seperate monitor and television.
A couple of downsides, though. Backlight bleed is quite apparent when the screen is dark, which is typical of LCD televisions but is particularly noticeable on this set. There is no in-built Freeview, and the picture-in-picture mode doesn't work via any sockets other than the terrestrial aerial. A minor niggle, but you can't select a specific input; you have to cycle through each one to you get to the one you want.
These small points aside, this small television is an excellent performer. As a way of saving space in small rooms, it is an excellent purchase.
Got this TV last year to replace my old Portable I paid £180 for it from Argos. unfortunatly it doesn't include a freeview tuner just analouge so if you're trying to save a little bit of space and get rid of that freeview box this probably isn't for you. The picture quality is really good I haven't got Sky HD so can't really appreciate it but works so well with games consoles.
The instructions both printed and they come as a PDF on a CD are translated into English so quite a few good quotes in there. The stand is a little bit of a pain to get on took us nearly half an hour to finally get it to slot into place.
It can also be used as a monitor which it is quite better at than being a TV to be fair. I have it connected to my desktop PC at the moment and in full 1440x900 the resolution is really sharp and plays movies really well.