Pros Bright sharp display with excellent contrast
Cons Tilt mechanism very stiff, flashing power light annoying
Summary Overall an excellent display with just a couple of minor annoyances. Extremely happy with the quality of the picture. Has a range of adjustments, both manual and automatic so you can set to how you think looks bets. Only 2 negs and they are minor. First, the tilt adjustment is very stiff. It feels as though you might break something when trying to adjust it. If only one person, or people of the same height use the display you won't have to keep moving anyway. Second, the power indicator led blinks when the computer shuts the display down in sleep mode. It is a very bright blue and if you sleep in the same room as the computer is in, the flashing will force you to turn the monitor completely off
Pros Although the blacklight is not so good, but the brand name sansung may give am asuurance that this product last longgertime to use.
Cons Less ergonomics.
Pros Sleek design
Cons Cannot adjust tilt or height
Buttons are so faintly marked as to be nearly invisible
No DVI cable included with product
Will not establish connection with newer MacBook
Widescreen distorts image, no matter what resolution is chosen
Summary I tried for a month and more to make this monitor work with my late 2008 MacBook. First, no DVI cable came with the monitor. Then Apple's mini-DVI converter wouldn't work with the 2008 MacBook -- it has a DVI miniport, which is a different connection. When I finally got all the right cables, the monitor still wouldn't display. I got friends to check the connection -- the monitor runs fine with other computers in both digital and analog modes. I finally gave up and am using the VGA connection. The result is grainy and UGLY. There is no resolution setting that provides an acceptable image. I more or less hate it. Both Apple and Samsung insist the problem isn't with their product.