The look of the Samsung T27B750 is certainly unique, though the size and shape of the footprint may turn out to be inconvenient for some desks. On the other hand it does more than you would expect from your monitor, it has integrated WiFi, internet apps, a built-in browser as well as speakers and it even comes with a remote control. The connectivity is a little questionable as well, there are HDMI, DisplayPort and DSub but it lacks a DVI input which seems odd, though it can be worked around. It is too bad that the display is only 1080p and Tweaknews would have preferred that it be a 120Hz display to support 3D, however it does make a decent jack of all trades.
"With the line between monitors and fully functional TVs becoming blurred with every model release and the ever expanding size of mainstream monitors for home consumers, your average household is rapidly turning to an all in one solution to save space and increase the overall value of their single purchase."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Eizo Foris FS2333 @ Hardware.info
- ASUS PB278Q @ Hardware.info
- Samsung PN64E8000 64 Inch Plasma Smart TV Review @ Tweaknews
- Samsung PN60E530 60-Inch Plasma HDTV Review @ ModSynergy
- Sony Bravia KDL-42EX440 Review @ TechReviewSource