Summary: This monitor, despite having at least a decade of wear, is still beautiful and suitable for daily use. Though its color reproduction is a little off in comparison to my new , I can say without a doubt that the monitor is sufficiently sharp, bright, and accurate for hours of work.
Summary: I must say this is an old review, but I found it in my needs to review section. This was a great monitor during it's time. It lasted four years with no problem. This review probably won't be helpful cause I don't think they make this anymore, but it's off of my need to review list.
Had since 2005. Still using in 2013 with zero problems.
Dime the Reviewer, Amazon
8 May 2007
Summary: I've had this since 2005. I just recently bought a new computer and it hooked up via a DVI-HDMI converter cable with no problem. I have had zero deal pixels since 2005..The monitor has been used heavily for a minimum of 8 hours a day for around 8 years! It's also been through 4 moves.
Summary: I was very disappointed when I bought a brand new computer with Vista and tried setting up my Samsung SyncMater 930B monitor. Even though MSFT says this monitor is compatible with Vista, Samsung does not have a driver for Vista. Very disappointed!
Summary: I ordered the re manufactured Samsung SyncMaster 930s to run with another I already had as a duel screen set up. I wanted the same look on both screens so this worked out great. Both my old unit and this new one function flawlessly and for the price are great products.
Summary: I own this monitor, and have been productive with it for 2 years on my Powermac G5. Pros: Great image, both for still/photo stuff AND for video. Decent amount of workspace. Cons: Bone-headed control layout. I mean, the worst.
Summary: I purchased two of these for a dual monitor setup. Never could match the colors up exactly even though the settings were the same. After a 1.5 year, one of them went dead. I called Samsung Customer Service to find out there was a 3 year warranty.