Summary: I'm quite pleased with this monitor, its a definite upgrade from a 14 inch laptop monitor. I have 2 of them set up on my desk, and they rock as a dual monitor setup through an Anker docking station and it rocks! The only gripes I have (not that big of a deal) are 1) It doesn't have the ability to rotate the base of the stand- I have to physically turn the screen. And 2) The cable management system on the back is insanely difficult to open. I literally had to pry it open.
Summary: After more than a decade, my trusted Sony SDM-S73/B was starting to show its age. For too long, I was willing to put up with its slow response time and obsolete geometry because it was a solid, reliable PC monitor and it looked great on my home desk, with its total black and clear-cut design. Yet, all good things come to an end. After a number of warning flickerings, I realized the end was nigh. It was time to find a replacement.
Summary: The saturation is a little elevated. And no matter how much you play with the RGB settings, it won't get 100% right. And, there isn't enough Gamma, so the blacks are too dark. But, that's to be expected from an LED monitor. Other than that, the clarity is very respectable, for the price. The swivel function is perfect for surfing the web, or viewing portrait oriented images!
Summary: This new monitor is better and larger than anything previously owned or used at work. The width is great because two word documents can be viewed full screen and edited at the same time. The downside is the stand is none adjustable. Why would any manufacturer make their stand with absolutely no adjustment? Not only will it not adjust up and down, It only tilts a couple degrees.
Very nice monitor -- light, bright, slim, high definition, but just a little jiggly
Edward Durney, Amazon
16 January 2014
Summary: We have used Samsung monitors for years. In fact, this new monitor replaces an old Samsung 19-inch monitor that could also pivot. This new monitor is much lighter and less bulky than the old monitor. Plus the definition is much higher. The difference between the two monitors is striking. But there are a couple of things I liked better about the old monitor. First, the new monitor's stand does not hold it as securely as did the old monitor. The old monitor was rock solid.
Summary: First, this Samsung screen provides exceptional brightness, sharpness and contrast. My first reaction when turning it on was, WOW! The screen comes well boxed, and it is a snap to unbox it and get it installed. Literally, I had mine out of the box and up and working in under three minutes. Another thing like about this screen is that the viewable portion of the screen goes all the way to within about 1/2 inch of the edge.
Summary: This is an above average display. It uses MVA technology in the panel as opposed to the cheaper TN. I used a value IPS monitor from Acer which was great but the screen was super glossy which did become bothersome. The Matte finish screen on the S24C750 is much better in comparison. Given its price point and the technology used, this display would fit somewhere between the value and premium ranges as it offers some premium features with minor shortfalls.
Summary: The Samsung S24C750 HD 1920x1080 display provides excellent default settings for brightness, contrast, sharpness, color balance, color tone and gamma right out of the box. If any of those settings do not meet your expectations they can be individually set. The monitor has a 67.5KHz scan rate, 60 HZ refresh, and 5 msec response. In a world of generic monitors it's the little things that make a difference. There are 5 dedicated buttons on the lower bezel.
Summary: I bought this screen to use briefly as a second portrait monitor while doing some work before giving it to my other half and while using it I wish I bought it for myself. It's crisp and clear and after a few adjustments to the screen settings like the brightness and contrast, it was very comfortable to use.