Rich, accurate colors, Wide viewing angles
The Samsung Series 9 S27B971D is an attractive 27-inch PLS monitor that delivers bold and accurate color reproduction and very dark blacks. It is well equipped and offers wide viewing angles but it has trouble at the dark end of the grayscale and is very expensive.
Numerous on-screen display controls, Very accurate color and gamma
If you just want accurate color, and you want it without going through the effort and expense of calibration, then the Samsung Series 9 might be for you. But we also think that the "average" user looking for an exceptional all-purpose monitor will be better served by less expensive competitors.
Beautiful design and high-specification
When compared to last year's S27B970D monitor, the new Samsung S27B971D changes just one feature - swapping its predecessor's distractingly glossy display for a matt one, which makes a big difference when using it on a daily basis for photography. In all other regards the two monitors are exactly the same, sharing the beautiful design and high-specification, along with 99% sRGB colour gamut coverage and a very respectable 77% of the AdobeRGB spectrum.
Not many settings to tweak.
As a 2D display, the HP 2311gt just looks kind of dull. Not irredeemably so, but the fact remains that you can get a better looking monitor for less if you're not totally sold on the whole 3D thing. Its passive 3D mode goes a long way in improving impressions, but you should be prepared to make extensive use of 3D to make its $270 price tag feel worthwhile.
A good quality, low power, low price monitor
I will start my review by acknowledging that this monitor can not support HD video, but if you are using this for business purposes you generally can get away with this and not even notice. This is because this monitor only comes with a VGA connection, and does not support HDMI cables or DVI cables which deliver HD.
Although the monitor does look very nice and crisp, if you need true HD support you should consider paying a little bit extra and get a more full featured device.
Wealth of features and tools
The NEC MultiSync EA232WMi certainly isn't as cheap as budget TN panels. But from its depth of colour and versatility of image, down to the functional design and the wealth of features and tools, this is an excellent screen for professionals and up-market home users. Avid gamers, though, might want to try before they buy.
USB port on the side is easy to access, works well
The Dell P1911 is an entry-level 19" LCD computer monitor with a native display resolution of 1440 x 900 and a 16:10 aspect ratio. It also features a 5ms response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and an integrated USB hub with one USB upstream port and four USB downstream ports.
Auto Adjust setup feature is very helpful.
The Dell ST2220L is one of six LED-backlit LCD monitors released into the Studio Line (ST) in late 2010. Credited as an "aggressive attempt" to expand their position in the consumer electronic market, Dell has designed all six specifically for a better viewing experience and enhanced digital consumption.
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