I repeat, never again a Samsung monitor. Their reputation is impeccable with other products but they have yet to get it right with their PC monitors. The ability to adjust the display to one's... Read more…
It doesn't matter how this thing is tilted (watch Samsung respond to this interview with instructions on how to do so.)
This is a poor monitor, even for spreadsheets and office docs.
There is... Read more…
I did not purchase this monitor here, but felt obligated to leave a review. In my opinion, this is the worst monitor that I have ever seen.
The angle of view is terrible. If one moves his eyes... Read more…
Boguht this monitor thinking it was a good deal for a modern LCD, unfortunately its really not a modern LCD. Haven't seen a monitor with viewing angles this poor in years. It seems to work fine... Read more…
If you don't care about the color distortion from field of view, this is a very affordable large format widescreen monitor. For even casual users, this may be annoying enough to warrant buying a... Read more…
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