Summary: I've been using one of these for years and wanted 2 of them. Unfortunately it's no longer available new so I bought one via eBay. These are great flat panel monitors for serious graphics use (photography and such) with 8-bit color rather than the 6-bit that is commonly found on cheaper monitors...
Summary: Love these monitors. This is my 4th one for Quad Display. They are "OK" for gaming, but if you have good eyes can really notice ghosting. I however use them for professional / office applications. Multi-Tasking at its finest. Picture quality is amazing. Text is sharp and crystal clear.
Summary: Good value for a used monitor. Some complained about blurring in videos, but with the newest drivers, I had no problem in running it on Windows XP, SP3. I tied it on two PC's with a video card, and one with an on-board video chipset.
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 already had 2 of these, and added a third to my 4 monitor setup. The screen space and image clarity is great! 21" for around $100.00. My 1st one I have used for around 4 years - no dead pixels, just clear viewing.
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.