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.
Summary: Looking forward to getting many years from this beauty. Time will tell, but I've always had good luck with Samsung monitors. Very recommended from my initial impressions.
Pros: Well just got this bad boy in yesterday and have to say it's very nice indeed. It's my first PLS monitor. Stand is very nice, very easy to setup, and colors look great. Brightness of course was set to 100 out of the box so had to turn that way down. Have used lightroom and played a little BF4 and...
Cons: Some light bleeding (to be expected it seems on these IPS/PLS panels) from the bottom. Not an issue at all for normal work, or gaming, but if you're looking at nothing but black screens or very very dark screens all the time, it could present a problem. I don't notice it all unless screen is enti...
Summary: I've been using this monitor now for about 10 months. I use it both with a MacBook Pro from Thundebolt to Display Port, and with a Windows 7 based PC through dual-link display DVI. I was previously using both a Samsung T240HD 24" TV/monitor and an older Viewsonic A95f 19" CRT monitor.
Summary: The box says this is a "business monitor," and for normal every-day computing purposes such as reading and editing Word documents, viewing Excel spreadsheets, surfing the quality of this monitor is incredible and blows away the cheap piece of junk on my desk at work.
Pros: Perfect non-glare coating. Text is very sharp.
Cons: Won't auto-wake from sleep: have to push power button on and off. Not perfect consistency based on viewing angle. Light bleed from corners.
Summary: I was expecting a lot from this monitor, and I set my expectations a little too high. Unfortunately, it's really as good as any LED monitor can get, which isn't anything great. Compared to other LED and LCD monitors, this one definitely ranks at the top of my list.
Pros: High resolution, completely adjustable, 27", PLS display. Minimal backlight bleed for an LED (which is very difficult to come by now).
Summary: Magnificent resolution. For photography, the colors are spot on after calibration (Coloreyes Pro, Spyder 3), and ports are plentiful. Also (with Windows) run ClearType and inspect it closely with a magnifier.
Summary: After using teh monitor for a couple of months, thought I'd upgrade it from a 3* to a 4*. In general use the monitor is acceptable for photo editing. You just need to place it where your eyes are mid screen rather than top of screen to avoid any shift while working (top of screen is an ergonomic...
Pros: Price: Fair price, good color out of the box. Bright, saturated display with good contrast. Stable backlight, no noticable color shift during use.
Cons: Stand is a bit weak. Some flexture compared to other higher end monitors I've used. Some color shift as you move vertically, not equal to other IPS panels I've used.
Summary: I purchased this for quality text rendering...resolution and general business applications/systems management. My prior monitor was the PVA panel based Samsung 214T.... a higher end display also, which has served me well over the years. Comparing the two side by side is almost comical.