The new 24-inch LED-backlit LCD monitor will feature an industry-high color saturation level of 111 percent (of NTSC standard) as compared to 72 percent for conventional monitors.
According to the company, the LED backlight will enable demanding consumers, professional graphics designers, and digital photographers to enjoy the same true-to-life colors that premium LCD TVs provide.
In addition, the 24-inch screen size is most suited for systems equipped with Windows Vista, as against conventional thinking that Vista works best with a 22-inch screen, which is actually not wide enough to support full-HD.
Industry experts are now voicing the view that 24-inch provides a better Windows Vista fit to also include the Vista right side bar and margins.
Samsung claims its new 24-inch LCD display with vivid colors as representative of one of the most advanced monitor screens available today.
Besides, the display features the company's highly successful S-PVA (Super Patterned-ITO Vertical Alignment) technology that provides the widest viewing angle possible of 180 degrees at the highest contrast ratio of 1,000:1 for LCD monitors. It also supports WUXGA resolution (1,920 x 1,200 pixels), which is the computer equivalent of full HD resolution.
Moreover, the backlight is environmentally-friendly because it does not utilize mercury, which is harmful to the environment.
Samsungs plans to start manufacturing the 24-inch LCD panel with LED backlight in the second quarter of the year.