For the bezel-phobic.
Samsung may have tempered its enthusiasm for OLED but the 460UT series shows that LCD is still getting the attention it deserves. Bezel thickness may not be the main consideration for most when buying a display, but if it is a concern then the 460UT is definitely worth consideration.
All three panels in the range – the 460UT, 460UTn and 460UTn-UD – have the same 4.3mm thick bottom and right and 2.3mm thick top and left bezel (symmetrically apparently an overrated feature). The 460UTn adds network content access over the vanilla 460UT and the 460n-UD ups the ante even further sporting Samsung’s Ultra Definition (UD) software enabling up to 250 displays to be linked together to create a ‘video wall.’
While the single-panel resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels isn’t particularly outstanding, four displays combined giving a total 2,732 x 1,536 pixel resolution could make a pretty tasty living room set-up. Especially if you can’t quite justify taking off the room to fit a 103in Panasonic plasma in.