Summary: I've been using this monitor since early 2005 and it has been a great monitor for the last 10 years. No dead pixels, no ghosting, no fading, and no burn-in. It's just a good as it was when it was new.
Summary: My friend gave my this monitor because I had a very very old dell one that took up like half my desk. It was a similar screen size but this one may seem a bit bigger. The colors look good. No vertical view angle adjustments. 1280x1024 I'm just glad to have it for now.
Summary: This was recently purchased as a used monitor. It is also the old squarish shape (not wide). When it first came out it was rated highly and lives up to its billing. It arrived in good condition and fits my needs.
Summary: finally seller hasnt sent it so i cannot described it... Probably the SyncMaster 730B's strongest suite is its price tag, $430 CDN ($342 US). This 17" LCD display is very aggressively priced considering its panel specifications.
Summary: I bought my 730B on eBay as a replacement to my old, tired but still working CRT monitor. Not until I pulled in the Syncmaster did I realize how tired and dimmed my old CRT was. The Samsung 17" was manufactured in 2005 but it looks as bright as I would expect a new would be.