Summary: This moniter is good and all, but it is NOT HD... Pixels are very VISIBLE for a 2048x1080 screen. I sit 8 hrs in front of it and it is anoying sometimes just because the pixel lines are showing.. other then that for a $150 Moniter i guess its ok for a household BUT NOT FOR BUSINESSES.
Summary: Overall I wouldn't recommend this, unless you have a special use case where you won't be using the stand. Samsung missed the mark.
Pros: It's a pretty great monitor. The picture quality is excellent.
Cons: The stand is complete garbage. This stand wobbles so much that its unbearable. As I am typing this now, the screen is wobbling. I'm not slamming my fingers into the keyboard either. I am typing as softly as i can, but the way this stand connects to the back of the monitor is so poorly designed th...
2 of 5 Not a 16:9 monitor! Really a 22 inch monitor. Very disappointed
Richard Beck, Amazon
28 December 2011
Summary: The only way this monitor displays a corner to corner image that measures 23.5 inches which it advertises -is in the 'Full' mode which stretches the image left to right leaving you with ovals for 'circles' and rectangles for 'squares' In other words badly distorting the picture.
Summary: I can't decide on whether I want to return this, or deal with it, since I am primarily a coder.
Pros: 23.6" is almost 24" :D Great for coding and other non-gaming. Everything you would expect from a monitor of this style: crisp/sharp/nice color, etc.
Cons: VERY bad back-light bleeding which includes the entire width at both the top and bottom. It peaks out in the center at almost 1.5 inch from the top and 1.5 inches from the bottom. Not good for dark content including some games or video.