Excerpt: I purchased this for a computer monitor about a month and a half ago and so far I am extremely happy with my purchase. First of all the product game very securly packaged and included everything I needed to hook it up. This thing looks huge on my desk but is thin enough to not be in my face. The color quality is wonderful and the teh contrast ratio makes everything pop. I have used it to play video games and to watch a few blu ray movies and everything has looked great.
Excerpt: The Samsung P2770HD is a great setup if you want a monitor and T.V. at the same time. The physical appearance of the P2770HD is aestically pleasing. The clear bezel on the edge of the monitor looks fantastic. The touch activated buttons on the front of the P2770HD are superb and also pleasant to look at. They activate when touched for a few seconds. This monitor also comes with a vast multitude of connections.
Summary: I don't watch TV on this monitor. I have it connected to my Mac Pro Nehalem for photography, audio production, film editing, and the internet. The resolution, clarity, and color is spot on! The only reason I wouldn't give this 5 stars is because the monitor's stand is very wobbly. It was a poor design decision as the weight does not distribute evenly. It just does not feel sturdy and safe. The monitor wobbles upon even the slightest jolt.
Summary: The clarity has Samsung's signature quality. Sound is great, clean, clear and you can play with the settings to custom to your liking. The only complaint is there aren't enough HDMI connections for all my high definition components.
Summary: I purchased the Samsung P2770HD TV to use as a computer monitor, because the similar P2770 computer monitor (w/o TV) does not have the bolt holes to permit mounting on a special stand. All worked out as I planned with one exception. Whenever the screen goes blank during start up or when the computer is in-active, the TV portion of the set continually flashes a "no signal" message covering the portion of the screen that displays start-up meessages from the BIOS [like...