Summary: Like other recent reviewers, I bought my Samsung 213t monitor back in 2004 when my Athlon XP machine was still relatively new. I've since upgraded my computer several times, but still using the same monitor.
Summary: I have owned this monitor for about 7 years, and have been extremely satisfied. The height adjustment is a most welcome feature. I am about to buy a new Samsung, just because I want a widescreen monitor.
Summary: I bought this back in the beginning of '04 at the ridiculous price of $1199.99...you can get a 50" Plasma cheaper today! Other than paying way too much back then I must say that 6 years later the LCD is still working perfectly fine with only 1 dead pixels.
Summary: I've owned this monitor for over 2 years now and it's the best I have used. I'm a software engineer and I use computers about 12 - 16 hours a day so a good monitor is important to me. I tried a lot of widescreen monitors and didn't like them.
Summary: I would recommend this monitor with no hesitation for people with good pc's. If you have a good video card and a current pc with a digital cable to hook it up to I recommend it. If you are still using vga output forget it. The video screen will disappoint you.
Summary: This monitor has the best value in the class of 1600 x 1200. The pixels are sharp. I have no complain when using photoshop. And it is very bright. However, 25 ms is not fast enough. When I open the Performance tab of Task Manager (Windows) and drag around, I can see the ugly latency.
Summary: We use this monitor where I work in a software engineering environment. We stare at these monitors up to ten hours a day looking at source code and other text based displays. This is one of the best monitors I've ever used regardless of price.
Summary: 21.3" is definitly different from those 20" monitors. amazing brightness and contrast ratio with respect to its size. Especially, that little 0.3" extra size give me feeling of wide type monitor when watching the movie. Very happy for this Samsung monitor at this price!
Summary: I purchased a 213T to replace a three-year-old 181T. The 181T is still working fine (though it has some slightly noticeable burn-in). The 181T has an incredibly sharp picture (I work with text all day and I'm very fussy about monitors).