Summary: While it was used, it was good. Colors were nice, brightness, light weight, all good and it does tilt. However, 5 days after the 1 year warranty is up, it died. Convenient. So many computer electronics do this right after the warranty is up. sounds fishy.
Summary: I bought two of these for a dual monitor set up. For the price these are wonderful monitors. A lot of reviews state that you can not tilt these monitors. This is absolutely untrue and I will post pics showing them tilted all the way back and forward.
Summary: My computer screened showed up two days before est. Shipping date. Packaged very well. I would buy another today if i needed one. Re doing home office so will be a re peat customer. Great price!
Summary: So I bought this at a competitor. It broke in 4 months of being in an office environment (no extreme temperature changes, no physical abuse). Samsung has given me nothing but a runaround to get this replaced. I've been working with their customer service group for more than a week just to get them to acknowledge that it's broken. Finally today they told me that it would take a week longer JUST TO DECIDE if they wanted to honor their warranty. The monitor *does not work*.
Summary: For the price (and size), this is a pretty decent monitor. The tricky part is figuring out the control buttons as they're not traditional types (more like sensors). I also wish it had an adjustable stand just for the sake of it, though the size (and my current seating arrangment) doesn't actually require it. Overall, it does the job.
Summary: I purchased this monitor because of the price. Color is really bright/vivid compare to my other monitors, and kind of comfy for eyes as well. so i would like to give 5 stars for this, but bad parts are.... it isn't possible to tilt back and forth so on..it is going to hurt your neck; but i have placed phone book? underneath this monitor so it is fine now. there is no mounting for this monitor so if you are planning to mount it on wall or so...look for another computer.
Great monitor for the price, but NOT true LED display technology
28 June 2011
Summary: This is a great monitor for a low cost, but there's a little false advertizing (as there is with most "LED" monitors on the market today). It is an LCD monitor with "LED backlighting" -- it is not a true LED display. The difference is that true LED displays use millions of tiny individual LEDs to make up the picture. These offer a beautiful picture and great viewing angles, but cost a lot more.