LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms

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LCD Display - Tft Active Matrix - 27 Inch - 2560 X 1440 - 300CD/M2 - 5 Ms

LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms

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  • DVI-D + DisplayPort
  • 7ms ray-to-Gray Response Time
  • 97.1% Coverage of AdobeRGB C
  • 178° Viewing Angle
  • 300cd/m² Brightness
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio; 2560 x 1440

SAMSUNG LCD DISPLAY – TFT ACTIVE MATRIX – 27 INCH – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 1000:1 – 5LCD DISPLAY – TFT ACTIVE MATRIX – 27 INCH – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 1000:1 – 5MS – DVI;DISPLAY PORT – BLACK Manufacturer : SAMSUNG UPC : 729507817149
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LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms

LCD Display - Tft Active Matrix - 27 Inch - 2560 X 1440 - 300CD/M2 - 5 Ms

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  1. 29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The new PLS 27inch is good for me, October 14, 2011
    By 
    JimT (Orange County, CA) –

    This review is from: LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms (Electronics)

    I purchased this for quality text rendering…resolution and general business applications/systems management. My prior monitor was the PVA panel based Samsung 214T…. a higher end display also, which has served me well over the years. Comparing the two side by side is almost comical. The clarity, brightness and contrast of this monitor are so far superior….it is not comparable. This could be partly due to the PVAs age (not sure). I am still using the Samsung 214T in an extended display config (good for conference calls and trainings I can move to the side)… When I move a window from the PLS to the PVA it is like going from a laser printer to dot matrix — almost that profound. I have never seen a monitor so sharp and clear with text. Granted I have not owned a professional IPS monitor like high-end NEC etc… Yet I suspect it couldn’t get much better than this for text clarity.

    The anti-reflective treatment on this monitor is absolutely perfect (at least to my eyes) — text is razor sharp with no fuzziness….yet no reflectivity from room lights that I can detect. I thought my 214T AR coat was good…..but now it looks grainy by comparison. Not sure what Samsung did here…but WOW. I have read some comments about other competing monitors, some more expensive, that have annoying artifacts induced by their screen treatments.

    As far as configuration, I just set it for “Magic Brightness” and setup “Dynamic Contrast” mode…and let the monitor figure out things. Left everything else stock settings. Depending on what is on the screen..the brightness and contrast modulates. Generally, these changes are helpful. I wouldn’t use this mode for watching movies critically, but it seems to make sense for typical working applications. I did try a movie with it on, and it didn’t make any egregious mistakes. When a window gets very large and black, brightness is pulled down a tad too much in this “Magic” mode. But nit-picking here. You can always shut this off (off by default

    Rendering of video, pictures and colors seems outstanding, although I am not using this monitor for graphic arts or professional photography. I feel no need to “calibrate” the display. I stare at monitors all day, and my eyes get strained easily….so I need to give them all the help they can get. This monitor helps that.

    One negative is a positive too… this thing has really high resolution! But this is why the text looks great and sharp. But as my eyes are getting older…small text is difficult. So I need to adjust the font scaling in Windows7 to a pretty high level. Currently I have it set at 140% (XP Style scaling). Of course windows programs and menus sometimes don’t work well with such scaling…..So these are added issues I didn’t deal with with before. But in general…it is not a big deal…I can work with it. On web pages I often am hitting “Ctrl + ” making text bigger. But when it scales, text is so easy to read because of the extra high pixel density and clarity… it is worth the trouble. I can easily see two full web pages, side by side (with text incredibly sharp, although small) — with extra room on the sides for another window about 1/2 as wide. This is lots of info. I am not a huge fan of 16:9 displays for computing. But alas, this is what they make now. But at 2560X1440….it has more pixels in each dimension than most 27 inch monitors available today. So the 16:9 is adaptable, albeit I’d like a less wide and more tall aspect ratio if given a choice.

    Build quality is just OK. The panel is a bit flimsier than I would expect for the money. Overall it is light-weight for its size compared to an IPS display.

    Some reports claim there is backlight bleed of the edge LED backlight… I checked mine with black display, and I can see it if the screen is black (mostly towards the bottom). But for 99% of what I use it for….I don’t see it at all… so it is a non-issue for me. If you are playing games that have lots of black, it maybe can be a factor to consider.

    The monitor puts out very little heat….which is great for keeping my office from heating up. I think my much smaller 214T puts out more BTUs (I suspect).

    I see no dead pixels…and contrast seems quite uniform to my very subjective non-measured perspective. Although the viewing angles look just as good in the specs as an IPS display, I can see changes in contrast/color as I look from the sides. In looking at some tests that have recently come out, I can validate that this monitor doesn’t do quite as well as an IPS in this regard.

    The only downside of this monitor’s connectivity for me are no VGA ports– -well dah..VGA couldn’t nearly drive this native resolution(nor standard DVI (needs DVI-D))…but I would have liked VGA anyways just to use native scaling. This is a serious monitor..and VGA is not serious, plus adding analog circuitry…

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome coming from Dell U2711, March 28, 2012
    By 
    KL (San Jose, CA) –

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    This review is from: LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms (Electronics)

    I’ve had this monitor for over a month now. Coming from Dell U2711, it’s refreshing to look at this monitor due to a much milder, which means better, anti-glare(AG) coating. Text don’t look fuzzy anymore and this is especially important because small dot pitch due to the high resolution in a 27″ monitor.

    Also because of this monitor using LED, it is much lighter to mount on a Ergotron arm and place on the desk because of it’s much lighter weight. LED also means much less power consumption.

    As far as back light bleeding, I don’t notice anything serious, even from watching movies with dark scenes in a dark room and it’s definitely not a concern for daily use.

    Another reviewer mentioned that there is problem with viewing angles. Personally, I find it great and it’s no better yet no worse than an IPS monitor (as I said, I am coming from a Dell U2711).

    I do observe with my naked eyes that the Dell U2711 can generate slightly richer(more) color (and technically it has more color coverage, if you search for detailed reviews). But because of the stated AG coating problem, this Samsung monitor is probably your best bet for a 27″ 2560 X 1440 resolution monitor up to date (3/28/2012).

    Oh, if you use the stand, it is very good and flexible for height adjustment.

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Magnificent but not quite the IPS dream screen, January 2, 2012
    By 
    richiejeep “Richard S Snyder” (Rockport, TX USA) –

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    This review is from: LCD Display – Tft Active Matrix – 27 Inch – 2560 X 1440 – 300CD/M2 – 5 Ms (Electronics)

    Magnificent resolution. For photography, the colors are spot on after calibration (Coloreyes Pro, Spyder 3), and ports are plentiful. Also (with Windows) run ClearType and inspect it closely with a magnifier.

    The Samsung variant on IPS is very good but comparing it with an iPad 2 and other IPS screens, it does show a color shift at the widest edges along with backlight bleed-through in the lower corners. This is with my head stationary in the horizontal center of the screen, 3/4 up on the vertical. It is a pretty minor issue and is not noticeable with normal photographs but is evident with internet browsing and file management. It wouldn’t be much of an issue if Samsung didn’t make such strong claims for its “PLS” variation on the IPS display. I’m keeping it and reveling in viewing my photos again in such wonderful color and resolution.

    Suggestion: If you buy from Amazon Marketplace, be sure to check the company’s return policy. I bought an HP LP2475w through the marketplace that had a horrible color cast – green on the left to pink on the right. I had to fight for an RMA, took 2 weeks and threats, and am still waiting (over a month now) for credit as they have to have it “inspected.” When I buy through amazon.com, I’ve not had problems with returns.

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