The controls are pretty much the same Samsung fare. Small and easy to push, with an elegant feel to the whole button setup.
The base of the LCD is foldable, which allows you to perform the wall mount routine. There is a small locking button to keep it in place. With it locked, the base will spring right back out.
The rear power and video connections are oriented a bit differently this time around. We're used to these connectors on the underside of the monitor. The 192t has changed that to be on the rear of the base. I find this a whole lot easier to get to than before. The unit is powered by a power brick. The idea of having the brick is to lower the overall weight of the LCD monitor itself. Assuming people will want to mount this to their wall, it is a good idea to keep it as light as possible.
This unit has both analog and digital connectors, with both versions of the cable included in the packaging.
One downside to the design of the 192t is the inability to raise the screen higher or lower. The screen only flips up and down, causing a small annoyance.