Pros Includes PivotPro software
Cons Mediocre text quality
Summary I'd recommend this monitor for general web browsing and home use, but not to look at for 8 or more hours a day. Choosing a monitor is VERY MUCH a matter of personal preference. I highly recommend that you test drive this monitor before purchasing.
I saw so many good reviews for this monitor that I wonder if other people are not as sensitive to the text quality. I find the text to have too much of a halo, the way the LCDs did a couple of years ago. I prefer my BenQ FP731 to this monitor. I wish I bought a high-end Sony instead. I tried all adjustments and spent a few hours web searching to find a fix. Default settings provide the best results.
Its pivot feature is very nice and drove my purchase, but you can achieve the same result with any LCD monitor that allows for a mounting bracket, a $25 wall mount bracket, and $40 Pivot Pro software. You can probably rotate to portrait view without Pivot Pro, but the software supports dynamic adjustments (on-the-fly, no reboot), which is very nice.
The CNET review said that the pivot feature is only for PCs, which is not entirely true. There are system settings in both Linux and MacOS, but I don't think you can adjust them dynamically. In XP, PivotPro works amazingly well if you suddenly decide to switch between portrait and landscape view. A right-click on the desktop, choose the angle you want, and it's done.
The 910T effectively has no manual, but the controls are intuitive and many adjustments are available. The irony here is that I found the defaults to be best, so I doodled around for two hours for nothing. Once I got used to the Samsung, I found that I really like it. But if I had it to do over again, I would get a $650 Sony and a mounting bracket. Although they don't get the best reviews, I've found that everyone I know prefers them and I do too. I was just cheaping-out by getting a Samsung.
Pros excellent picture quality, no dead pixels!!!!, height adjustable w/ pivot, sharp text, good value for the money
Cons not the best gaming LCD
"Awesome LCD"on by howstein
Pros Great Color, Sharp, No dead Pixels, Easy Install and adjustment
Cons None that I can see
Summary For $400, you can't go wrong with this one!
Recommend an upgraded graphics card if your current card only has an analog connection.
Quite a differnce using a DVI connection.
Color so vivid when playing PGA Tour 2004, I can almost smell the grass on the fairway!
Pros JUST GOT MINE HOME AND ITS THE BEST I'VE SEEN ...BEEN SHOPPING FOR ONE FOR WEEKS AND NONE COMPARE ...ITS A STEAL
Pros Big, and its Samsung
Cons Not much, though aint got speakers on it
Summary Well, its almost perfect, and.... well, its Samsung, and its done it again. The only reason I didn't give a 10 is becos it aint got speakers on them, and cos it cost me some money. Though overall, its an excellent product.
Btw, I'm Korean