TN Panel with sub par viewing angles unless you can get it configured correctly
Corey B., Amazon
9 September 2014
Summary: I got this monitor because it can pivot/tilt and was fairly cheap. The Samsung Magic Angle feature doesn't work well for the monitor in vertical mode, and I haven't been able to make a 'custom' setting.
Summary: Great basic monitor, not a tank but not cheap feeling either. I like the matt picture frame bezel and the stand is good.
Pros: * Great color, basic settings for average user. * VGA & DVI cables included. * Displayport included, which wasn't listed on the Specs. * Great OSD menus, buttons are nice. * Thin-ish bezel * Rotatable 90 degrees.
Pros: Wonderful monitor. I upgraded from an old HP. I decided to give Samsung a try and have no regrets. The price is very good for a monitor that is fully adjustable. Screen quality is great. It's a matte screen so no reflections or anything. Colors are excellent. Plastic build quality seems great. Ea...
Cons: Not a con-- more like me not reading instructions... When unpacking the monitor, screw the base on first, set it down on a table or the floor, then pull the metal pin out. Otherwise it'll just pop out potentially damaging the stand.
Summary: I was very surprised to open up the box and find a DVI cable inside. I was honestly expecting it to be like every other monitor I've ever purchased and come only with a 15-pin VGA cable. Good job, more manufacturers need to include those, since they're practically standard now.
Pros: Whenever I put together a new build or am upgrading what I have, I find myself gravitating towards Samsung panels. The overall build quality is always top-notch, even on the lower-end consumer-grade panels, and I have yet to have a dead or stuck pixel on a Samsung. This particular panel has every...
Cons: This is a more professional-grade monitor, so you do pay for what you get. A little bit more pricey than your run-of-the-mill consumer-grade panel.