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evogadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-01
Samsung have come with a monitor that has that effect of making you fall from your chair in awe. Or that's what you feel feel once you look at the Samsung SyncMaster T27A950 for the first time. The combination of design and image quality seem unbeatable. ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-30
Solid image quality. Stylish design. 3D capable. Web apps included.Expensive. Weak light-grayscale performance. 3D conversion quality is lacking. No DVI or VGA ports
If you live in a small apartment or dorm room, or simply want to add an HDTV to your already cramped home office, a hybrid monitor can help you to maximize your space. One such model, the Samsung T27A950 ($799 list), delivers an outstanding high-def pictu...
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Overclockersonline.net
Reviewed on 2011-09-22
Great performance, Excellent presentation, Rich in features, Excellent constructionExpensive
Back in January at CES despite all the wonderful new gadgets that made their first debut, Samsung in particular garnered a bit of attention with two new lines of 3D HDTV monitors, in particular the TA750 and TA950 series, both intended for use as a TV and...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2011-09-17
Stunning looks; decent number of ports,poor color production; bad viewing angles; avg. 3D performance; no DVI or VGA; very expensive
Like all-in-one PCs, a two-in-one solution of television-cum-PC monitor are much desired, but rarely ever owned and drastically outnumbered by their normal, separate product brethren. There is a good reason for it: price. It seems slapping components i...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-09-16
The Samsung SyncMaster T27A950D looks damn sexy with a smooth, sleek silver finish and a striking design. The monitor's OSD and Smart Hub options are plentiful and useful, movies look great on it, and it includes 3D support for movies and games. Also, ......3D performance in games on the monitor is disappointing, with no DVI dual-link connection included. Also, its price is high for a TN display.
At two points earlier this year I got a chance to see the Samsung SyncMaster T27A950D under controlled conditions. Each time the monitor wowed me with its glossy presentation of movies with deep blacks, brilliant color, and a seemingly very high cont...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-09-15
The Samsung SyncMaster T27A950 looks damn sexy with a smooth, sleek silver finish and a striking design. The monitor's OSD and Smart Hub options are plentiful and useful, movies look great on it, and it includes 3D support for movies and games. Also, the...3D performance in games on the monitor is disappointing, with no DVI duallink connection included. Also, its price is high for a TN display
At two points earlier this year I got a chance to see the Samsung SyncMaster T27A950 under controlled conditions. Each time the monitor wowed me with its glossy presentation of movies with deep blacks, brilliant color, and a seemingly very high contrast. ...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-21
Even LED backlighting, 3D capable, Integrated Freeview HD tuner, One pair of 3D spex includedNo integrated Wi-Fi, No card slot, Smart TV seems redundant on a monitor
Samsung's Series 9 T27A950 drew big crowds when it was first unveiled at the 2011 CES. A hybrid 27-inch Freeview HD 3D TV and PC monitor, it's a leading-edge screen for your desktop that offers all the functions of the brand's high-end LED TVs. The des...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-07-14
Avantgarde design, Great 1080p images, Immersive 3DUndeniably expensive, Feels like a downsized TV, Some crosstalk on 3D images
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it a PC monitor or a 3D TV? Scratch the first two options, and mix what's left, because the Samsung T27A950 is an unapologetic hybrid of both monitor and telly. Packing a 27-inch, 1080p, LED screen, Freeview HD tuner and...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2011-06-27
Media player, Design and finish quality, 2Dto3D conversion, Accurate colour reproduction after adjustments, Innovative TVstyle featuresCrosstalk visible in 3D, Below average contrast, No way of playing at 120 Hz in 1080p
On an 'ordinary' monitor, not having a DVI input wouldn't be much of a problem because a HDMI port can easily replace it. But things are more serious with a 120 Hz display. Alongside DisplayPort inputs, DVI ports are the only way to display a 1080p vid...
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