Samsung SyncMaster LD190 USB Monitor
The first time Samsung sent in this SyncMaster LD190 LCD monitor, I didn’t know what to make of it until I found out it can also be connected via USB instead of just the usual analog video port. Normally, you can have multiple monitors with your PC if you have several VGA/DVI ports from your graphics card (or a VGA extender box).
That means you can hook up several of these into a PC or laptop and tile them up serially or in parallel. The Samsung LD190 has a native screen resolution of 1366×768, 5ms response time and dynamic contrast ratio of 20,000:1.
Unlike most other LCD made by Samsung, the LD190 doesn’t have a base stand. Instead, there’s flip-out reclining stand at the back. I only have one unit but the manual says it can be connected up to 6 USB monitors in parallel or 4 on serial connections. The software that comes with it, UbiSync, allows you to manage all the connected monitors and extend them in any direction. That means you can tile 4 of them up into a bigger square instead of just horizontally or vertically.
Don’t have any retail price for this yet but I reckon they’d cost close to their regular-sized counterpart.