The last monitor with an identity crisis I reviewed was the Samsung SyncMaster T240HD. I cleverly called it the "TV disguised as a monitor," or was it the "monitor disguised as a TV"? Hmmm, I don't remember and really, does it really matter? I think not.
This week I got in the LG Flatron M237WD. This is a Full HD 1920x1080 resolution 23-incher that also has an identity crisis. It acts as a monitor with its VGA and DVI connections, but it also includes some extras that makes one wonder about its true identity.
Some of those extras include composite, component, and S-video connections, plus an extra HDMI port, optical audio port, a digital TV tuner and a remote control.
I'm going to take this bad boy to the lab over the next few days and see if I can find out just what the meaning behind all this is. In the meantime check out the shots I snagged below and look for a review early next week.