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    By Vangie Beal :  July 30, 2002

    From HardwareCentral - Samsung SyncMaster 765MB Review: You can easily find a cheaper 17-inch CRT monitor, but you can't find a brighter one: It sounds like a gimmick, but the "MagicBright" button of Samsung's new midpriced display gives a genuinely clearer view of normally shadowy game screens or slightly dim DVD scenes.


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