REVIEW: Samsung 275T Part 10
Original resolution 1.920 x 1.200
Right: 1.280 x 1.024 in 16:10 mode. Although 1.280 x 1.024 is equivalent to an aspect ratio of 5:4 and the resolution is interpolated and distorted in both cases, the text remains sharp. The 1:1 and justified interpolations cannot be adjusted on the monitor itself; this must be carried out on the graphics card if necessary. Left: 1.280 x 1.024 in 4:3 mode.
Unfortunately, apart from the full-screen display, only a 4:3 display can be selected on the monitor, which cannot be confused with true justified interpolation. In 4:3 display, the monitor actually displays every resolution in 4:3 format, even the native 16:10 resolution. Every time the image format is changed (e.g. after a game is started or ended), the display has to be changed in the monitor menu again, which is quite difficult.
For games, however, interpolation via graphics card driver is the better choice because of the additional lag. This worked without any difficulty in the test with our Nvidia card.
Its sheer size and pleasant image, mean that the user can work very comfortably with the SyncMaster 275T. However, this is only the case provided that you have a writing or computer desk that is deep enough to allow for the necessary distance from the 27-inch monitor.
Users who sit close to the monitor anyway should avoid using Cleartype, since colour seams on the edges of the characters are more quickly noticeable because of the larger pixel size.
The desktop of the SyncMaster 275T provides ample space for numerous applications. Unlike a 24-inch device with the same resolution, the pixels and therefore the text on the 27-inch monitor are larger and therefore more legible. On the other hand, the image is less fine in appearance.
The image quality in digital mode via DVI on the Samsung 275T leaves nothing to be desired: the image is razor sharp, the contrast is the best and moving pictures also look good.
HD video in 1,080p: clean display that is great to look at!
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