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.
Summary: currently, officedepot have this item cheaper and you can pick it up locally, saving extra on shipping.
Pros: i am ready to spend three hundred for just a monitor like this. so, build-in tv came as a big surprise. probably, not for professional photo-editing, but for an average usage i'd say this is a great monitor.
Summary: I actually bought this for my younger sister, who wanted a monitor good enough to watch movies on. The day before it arrived, the 24" primary monitor on my machine died, so I took to borrowing this whenever she wasn't around. (Waiting to RMA mine.) Now I want one of my own, badly.
Pros: Gives an incredible image; bright, amazingly crisp, and full of beautifully saturated color. There's no way it's only 300cd/m2 brightness, it seems brighter than my 400cd/m2 monitor, and MUCH brighter than my numerous other 300cd/m2 monitors. Refresh speed is more than sufficient. The various con...
Cons: The dynamic contrast sucks, don't bother with it. Not _THIS_ monitor's fault, that's just the way DC is. Speakers quality is poor. Again, not _THIS_ monitor's fault, that's just the way it is with pretty much all on-monitor speakers. I was tempted to take an egg off for the lack of height and piv...