XXL Monitors in Action: LCD Giants from Dell and Samsung Reviewed. Page 13
[04/06/2007 11:38 AM | Monitors]
by Oleg Artamonov
Today we are going to look at three solutions from Dell and Samsung with 27” and 30” diagonal. 27” monitors may be interesting for people who often watch movies on their PC and who need a large screen with a resolution sufficient for HDTV. 30” models may make a good work monitor for people who process complex design drawings and schematics or have to work with multiple documents at once. So, let’s see how good out today’s testing participants are!
Anyway, with all the minor discrepancies between them, the Dell 3007WFP and the Samsung 305T are two very similar monitors when it comes to their practical characteristics. The Dell looks somewhat more elegant, has an integrated card-reader and conveniently placed USB ports, offers a slightly more accurate color reproduction setup, and lacks any RTC artifacts. The Samsung has a faster and higher-contrast matrix and offers a better brightness adjustment range, which is important as neither of these monitors has a contrast setting.
So, again, these two monitors are very good from a technical standpoint. Choosing between them is a matter of personal taste.
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