Summary: I must say that I love this monitor. To consider that it is QHD with excellent color is good in and of itself. Then, you factor in the good looks and it starts to make sense. Design-wise, some aspects could be done better, such as the faux metal bar on the back. The monitor is also relatively thin for its type. However, the package as a whole is at least a four out of five. It is easily one of the best (If not the best) looking qhd 27 in monitors out right now.
Summary: If I had a Mac I would've gotten an Apple Thunderbolt display, but instead us PC owners are left with a variety of less-than-perfect alternatives for a high-end/high-quality 27" display -- this Samsung, Dell U2713HM , ASUS PB278Q , ViewSonic VP2770 ). The Amazon reviews for these products are all very revealing but a bit mixed so satisfaction is not as guaranteed as with the Apple displays.
Summary: So I will mention the bad things, just accept that the rest is just great. I bought and returned 5 of this monitors in 1 week from different stores. 4 of them had dust particles stuck under the glass one of them had a dead pixel. I was so tired that I gave up and keep the monitor which have a dust under the glass. I dont know wtf is wrong with Samsung's quality control. Usually they are good. the white is still does not look right.
Summary: This monitor is outrageous. I have a 50 inch screen in the room, but this dominates by its sheer physical presence. However good you think it looks in the pictures, it is better in the flesh. It's one of those products that all who see it are drawn too. The quality of image is great at native resolution, but also surprisingly good at 1080p too. The response is fast, and the auto-calibration works well.
Summary: I bought this monitor to replace my old Cinema Display which had developed a red tint after using it for many years. I considered buying another Cinema Display (the non-Thunderbolt model) but Apple hasn't updated it in over 2 years so I figured for $200 more, I could get this. I have it hooked up to an early 2009 Mac Pro via a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (note, the monitor doesn't come with one of these so if you have a Mac, make sure to buy one separately).
Summary: pros: - nice picture quality, but still not as good as the Apple Cinema Display) - good build quality cons: - kind of pricey - some nice features missing compared to the smaller brother (S27A850D), such as USB 3 Hub, swivel / pivot function & picture in picture (parallel view of two connected desktops)
Summary: Är du vanlig PC entusiast tror jag följande synpunkter är mest avgörande: + Ypperlig färgåtergivelse, snygg som fan, hög kvalitet på konstruktion, överraskande bra bild, lagom storlek med bra upplösning relaterat till tum, helt ok interna högtalare (kräver display port för att bibehålla högsta upplösning och ljud samtidigt).
Summary: Pros: Precalibrado, no necesitas un calibrador ni usar el "ojimetro" Pantalla glossy, me gustan las pantallas con protección tipo cristal que además de facilitar la limpieza permiten eliminar el marco. Materiales, el uso del alumino mejora la estetica del monitor. Botones tactiles, de tal modo que se evitan fallos mecanicos en los interructores de encendido. Led, consume menos energia y desprende menos calor.