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Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
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  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • Samsung SyncMaster 305T 30in Monitor
  • SyncMaster 305T 76 cm 30" LCD Monitor 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz - 16:10 - 6 ms - 0.250 mm - Black

dan-uk

December 13, 2008, 6:52 pm

Well, with the HP HP LP3065 being listed as discontinued on the HP website and the NEC being just that bit too much extra for me to justify, it looks like the samsung is the one for me. Thanks again for the great review

Anatoly

April 25, 2009, 12:00 am

Recently I have bought Samsung 305T plus.


Monitor has quite not bad quality. Angles of view are very good.


Colors are the best, I don't see so called wide gamut issue, on the contrary, colors are pleasant and vivid, but in my opinion there are no reasons to be worried.


Angles are practically the same as S-IPS models have.


Color shifting is just a little more than S-IPS/H-IPS panels have.


Actually monitor is practically suitable for Photoshop and similar color critical applications except fine operations at deep shadows.


There is widespread opinion that S-PVA must not be used for color critical applications, but now I see it's not absolute true. And it's good news for last generations S-PVA panels.


Uniformity of screen light is very nice too.


Build quality is the best. There are no clickings, noises and any sounds


There is just one really non-perfect thing - there is so called the sparkling effect. Usually this disadvantage have S-IPS panels, the effect is known as the silk screen effect, the crystalline effect etc.


Usually it's clear visible at big white homogeneous surface.


This disadvantage is real essential thing for people who has sensitive eyes.


It's not a problem for applications where are not many white surface, but it's unpleasant fact when we're working with some diagrams where are lines with continuous white background. To be honest the sparkling effect is almost not visible already when your eyes are more than 15-20" from screen.

TheJr

October 27, 2009, 7:29 pm

I own two of these bad boys... When I first heard of 30" displays it was my dream to have one... When that day finally came I went all out and said why not two? I know to some it might seem overkill, but most of my pc's have dual display's ( or more... )


Once you get used to it you need two or more.





No regrets what so ever... For those thinking that 1080 scales perfectly it doesn't. If you're a stickler for quality like me you will notice the pixels. But I've goten used to watching show's at their native rez in window mode, acutally since I've had two of these beasts I've gotten used to watching multiple videos at the same time.





Cheer's & enjoy!

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