Summary: One of the best monitors I've ever seen. Matte finish to reduce glare. 2560 x 1440 resolution. I'm using it as a second screen for my new MacBook Pro, and it looks a lot better (aside from being much larger) than the retina display of the MacBook. It comes with a stand that allows almost any orientation. The only negative is that the stand is not sturdy enough to keep the monitor from shaking a little.
Summary: PROS: The image quality is excellent. The color is rich, I cannot discern any difference in accuracy between this and my 27-inch Apple Thunderbolt display. This works very well with my mid-2012 MacBook pro. CONS: (1) Very bright --- during the day, with the lights on, I have to set it to 5% brightness, or it fatigues my eyes. (2) The stand is wobbly; it bobbles around a bit while I type.
Summary: This is by far the best monitor I've ever seen. Great resolution, great vibrant colors, awesome brightness, thin, light weight, wall mountable. I absolutely love this monitor! Samsung is the absolute best display manufacturer by far.
Summary: While this monitor would be an excellent office monitor, and it's great for viewing Word, Excel and Visio documents (they do look so much better on a high-resolution monitor), the light bleed in the lower right corner (as many others have complained about so it's not just my monitor) makes it very unsatisfying for watching movies or viewing photos in full-screen, so I don't recommend this as a home monitor. Besides the light bleed problem, the quality is excellent.
Summary: I like this monitor most. When I compared with normal computer monitor,it's very very gorgeous quality & function. I strongly suggest to buy this product to all of customers. All of customers will be satisfied with this product.
Excerpt: I used this product just long enough to discover that it was not compatible with Mac computers. It was purchased due to its supposedly better resolution than the ViewSonic monitor I use alongside an iMac. Unfortunately, I found that Samsung (probably by design) does not supply a Mac-compatible driver for it. Back into the shipping containers!