'No static dithering issues in RGB modes (a major problem found on the U2410). '
'Colors were uniform and transitioned cleanly from one shade to the next across the entire scale, and there was no sign of tinting.'
'extremely high resolutions'
'massive screen size'
Excellent wide gamut performance
'the monitor is more susceptible to wobbling.'
'sharp, easy-to-read text'
'impressively wide, 178-degree viewing angle'
'Compared to other flat panel monitors on the market, it is midpriced at around $445.'
'TN panel is cheap and fast but poor for viewing angles and colour reproduction.'
'No noticeable input lag'
'Sound playback is nothing special, since the integrated speakers are only putting out five watts of power per channel.'
'The tilting range is relatively limited (from 5 degrees down to 35 degrees up) and you can't pivot sideways without moving the entire unit'
'The monitor is hardly elegant because of the large stand.'
'no built-in speakers'
'When relying on perceptual values my prints, of well-corrected images on screen, were usually too dark, due to the screen image being too bright.'
'ergonomic four-way adjustable stand'
'Colors were a bit off but text was legible from extreme viewing angles (though we're glad to see Samsung claim a relatively humble 160- instead of some vendors' farfetched 176- or 178-degrees-off-center viewability).'
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