Summary: I've had this monitor since mid 2004, and have loved every minute of it. It's incredibly bright, can be viewed from any angle, and is super sharp. I've had absolutley no problems with the monitor. I use it EVERY DAY, nearly all day as my primary monitor. I'm running at 1280x1024. I have it calibrated to my other monitors using the Spyder2 calibrator. Just great. I'd buy another in a second. Discontinued though.
Summary: My old monitor burnt out; it was a Samsung 19" CRT. I now have more space on my desk and on my screen--strange?. After the first week, I did't notice I had a new moniter, unless someone mentions it to me: "Hey, you get a new moniter?". Notice, I'm not talking about problems.
Summary: No built-in speakers, no fancy trim, the 91t is a high-performance display in a quality package -- and just the right size at a sweet-spot price point. This product has everything you need (and should remain compatible with next-gen computers for years to come) and nothing you don't. The 91t replaces the old 191t which, at its release, offered the narrow most narrow bezel of any LCD monitor.
Summary: Don't be fooled by Samsung's reputation - those days are gone. I have been using 152T for more than 2 years and it was excellent. But this model, in particular, is full of problems. I bought one, and had to send it back for replacement (twice), yet each replacement comes with new defects (unbalanced brightness, noisy panel etc). Imagine: 3 defective units in a row (all brand new), does that give you any idea about its manufacturing quality?
Summary: ...a slight edge to the Viewsonic VP191, which is selling at about the same price point and is also rotatable (a truly priceless feature!). On the Internet though you can find this Samsung at about a hundred dollars less than the VP191. During the course of my extensive shopping around, I found that while the Samsung has a higher contrast ratio and higher brightness rating on paper, in reality the Viewsonic appears to be of about the same sharpness, and more importantly...
Summary: I bought this LCD monitor because a number of places have given it excellent reviews. I also had a Samsung 191T, which I really liked. However, I needed to get a new monitor to replace that one, and unfortunately, the 910T does not measure up. The problem here is ghosting, and this is not even when you play games with fast moving images. The ghosting is when you just move the mouse cursor across the screen.
Summary: As usual, I did due diligence and spent a couple weeks comparing and pricing EVERYthing available in 19" LCD monitors, and I'm VERY pleased with the results. I am a photographer, and the difference between my old Dell LCD monitor (whoever makes those) and this Samsung 910T is stunning! I also invested in a digital video card for true digital output and can't stop smiling at the overall result. Amazon had a great price ($599) which is about $200 less than Dell wants.