I like this monitor. The picture seems crisp.
I would definitely beat up the kid who had this in their dorm room!!
I have a 3008WFP on my workstation and love it. This is the follow-on. Jonesing... :)
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I really like that 16:10 form factor, with which I am familiar from my current 24" HP LP2465, but the problem is that the Dell costs about 2/3 as much again as the 27" 16:9 Samsung SyncMaster models with PLS panels, S27A850T and S27A850D, respectively, that I've been eying. And while a larger screen would be nice, the 27" models do provide a sharper image, due to lesser pixel size at max resolution, and I have a sneaking suspicion that the quality of the Samsung models is superior. O well, while waiting for a solution to this problem of what to choose to turn up, I save money, which is probably a good thing as were I to purchase any one of these three models, I'd also have to upgrade from my ancient Geforce 7900 GTX to something significantly more powerful in order to run them....
I agree with Henri. The 27 inch DO provide a SHAPE EDGE TO THE MONITOR. I HAVE A SAMSUNG MONITOR AND THAT THING IS NO JOKE. EVERYTHING IS PRE CONFIGURED FOR THE EYES.
To tell you the truth I am looking at getting either a 24 or 27" right now, or better yet I would like to grab one the prices on either are nice and of course will only get nicer I a sure. While a 30" might be nice I am thinking it is more than I want in a desktop unit really. The +'s you guys add about the picture quality and responsiveness are also important ones as well.
I bought a 24 inch monitor and thought it wouldn't be to big, but when i opened the box and pulled it out i was overwhelmed by its size. I would love to know what happens if i put this on my desk.
But thats because i went from a 18inch to a 24 inch. Now when i go to a 18inch monitor in school i just look at it and wish i had a bigger monitor.
This monit is OLD. Why this review now? Isn't there a newer one comming soon?
very lovely indeed.
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