Pros: Great monitor and has treated me well the past year I've owned it.
Cons: Today the monitor started randomly shutting itself off and back on and it's getting annoying. I called Samsung support and the only option to fix this is to ship them my monitor and for them to repair it. They won't offer an exchange unless they attempt to repaid the monitor first. Since this is ...
Summary: While shopping around for a monitor, I had a rather specific need: a monitor that would be able to support both 1600x1200 resolution (4:3) and typical wide-screen without scaling image distortion (in other words, true-scaling or 1:1 for both cases). My research took me to the Samsung T260HD.
Summary: When I first picked up the box containing my new T260HD, it was big and heavier than I expected. I hauled it into my room and started unpacking right away. The first thing I pulled out were the many accessories, including: D-sub/VGA, DVI and power cables, remote, cleaning cloth, and driver/manual...
Summary: I bought this monitor a year ago to help with my research. As a grad student, at any one time I can have open a paper I'm writing, an important journal or article, maybe a program I've written and perhaps a web browser.
Summary: I bought this mainly for its 1200 vertical resolution, I just want to buy one before they were all replaced by the 1080 ones. I mainly use this for document viewing and programming purpose, with 1200 vertical resolution it's easier to view two pages of PDF documents at a time.
Summary: There are plenty of reviews praising this monitor, so I will not take up more space by adding another. However, there are a number of reviewers that leave negative feedback for this item, and I believe that some of them are slightly mistaken.