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S27B970D

Anybody has any feedback on that monitor?
Still can't find much about it through the internet.
Thx,
Ben
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    I found a semi-professional review here:
    http://www.trustedreviews.com/samsung-series-9-s27b970d_Monitor_review
    (I say "semi-professional" because I don't see calibration tests or measurements of effective response time and input lag)
    And Newegg already has some user reviews of it:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001565
  2. What do you think about it?
    Any good?
    I don't really trust Newegg reviewers, but from what I'm feeling, people are scared to buy because of the AG coating and bleeding effects on previous monitors.
    i need some more reviews before I'll buy it but seems like not much of the professional had their hands on it yet.
    Thx,
    Ben
  3. I haven't used one of the monitors with aggressive anti-glare coating, but I've gotten the impression that it's subjective; some people have more of a problem with it than others. You can look at this post to understand what anti-glare coatings do at the subpixel level:
    http://www.overclock.net/t/1274622/asus-vg23ah-the-1st-semi-glossy-ips-panel
    However, I haven't found any photos that can show how text actually looks on those panels.
    Also, if you don't like the anti-glare coating, there are ways to eliminate the anti-glare effect and make it look like a glossy panel.
  4. What about the bleeding effect?
    What is it?
    I know the s27b970d is factory set, but how can it's still have bleeding effect after that?
    Thx,
    Ben
  5. Best answer selected by thibs27.
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