16:10 (1920x1200) 24" monitor - Good quality without a stupidly high price tag.
5 April 2015
Summary: I can't stand the trend toward 16:9 (1920x1080) monitors ... I really really like my 16:10 (1920x1200) and I REALLY like that6 extra 120 pixels of height... Several years ago, 16:10 was the common aspect ratio... but this Samsung is one of the few that still gives me the size/aspect I want.
Summary: I'm a big fan of monitors with more vertical resolution. We have lost a lot in that regard with LCD monitors. This monitor gives back at least some of that. It has a 16:10 ratio (1920x1200), so it's a widescreen display with more vertical space than a run-of-the-mill 1080p display.
Summary: My darling husband purchased two of these monitors for me. The good news is the picture is crisp and bright. The devastating part is that there is a pronounced vertical color shift that is not affected at all by viewing angle or calibrating the monitor. What a heartbreak. And frustrating.
Summary: No dead pixel issues, still great color and brightness after months of use. I jump back and forth from VGA to DVI between 2 portables, and it has no problems doing that on a daily basis. Just a great monitor.
Summary: This monitor is two things in one. 1) It is a cheap monitor. For the extra vertical pixels it is very cheap compared to others I was looking at. Because it is cheap the viewing angle is not good enough to use this monitor for photo editing tasks or if you are a printer.
Summary: It is build of pure black plastic ,not a carcoal collor. Bazel is even on every side of the screen. Logo is not bulky or shiny, but it looks as a print and its collor is silver which complete with black bazel. The back of the monitor is well designed.
Summary: I love my new monitor. I liked my first Samsung so much I bought a second one. Two monitors is a great setup. I bought this monitor because it has a resolution of 1920 x 1200 to match my other Samsung monitor. I chose this model because it allows me to rotate the monitor.