Samsung S27B970D

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Samsung S27B970D
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Based on 13 expert reviews
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By digitalcameraworld.com on 100

What is the best monitor for photo editing? Colour-accurate monitors offer true-to-life reproduction of photographic images, but price and performance varies. We've tested four of the top models available to see which monitor is best for...

By GadgetSpeak on 80

This is another large flat panel, and, what a unit this is. Not only is it big at 27inches but it also can display a lot more that that seen on most other panels as the maximum resolution is 2560x1440 and not the glass ceiling of...

By Macworld Australia on 80

You have to hand it to Samsung, the company knows how to design a sexy looking monitor. The snappily-titled S27B970 is huge 27” PLS monitor with a brushed metal base, curved stand containing touch-sensitive menu controls, dark glass front and metal...

By ePHOTOzine on 90

The Samsung 27inch Series 9 LED monitor looks excellent with gorgeous colour reproduction and a high resolution screen, however with the gloss reflective screen (which helps photos pop) you do need to be careful about where you place the monitor to...

By IT Pro Portal on 80

The Samsung Series 9 S27B970D is arguably the sweetest looking big screen monitor to hit our labs, but that's only part of its appeal. It uses PLS panel technology to deliver bright, bold colours that remain intact from any angle, and it offers three...

By TechRadar on 60

Like most PC peripherals, monitors mostly sell on price. That's because consumers are largely a feckless bunch of mouth-breathers who can't see past pricing and a small handful of headline specs. It's £125? It's 27 inches? It's shiny? It's sold. In that...

By Bit-tech.net on 87

£799.99 (inc VAT) $999.99 (ex Tax)It can be easy to overlook a monitor when going through an upgrade cycle – after all, you won’t get more frames per second by simply changing out your display. However, considering it’s what you’ll spend most of...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Stunning to look at, either on or off, with a price to match. The Series 9 is...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Samsung's Series 9 S27B970D successfully merges designer looks with multimedia features and the kind of quality to satisfy imaging enthusiasts. It's easily one of the most attractive monitors available, yet manages to maintain the most essential...

By uk.hardware.info on

Most IT product categories tend to evolve rapidly, but developments in computer monitors have been decidedly slower. Although larger screens are slowly becoming more affordable, the most common resolution remains 1920x1080 pixels. Nonetheless, this...

By Tom's Hardware on

If you demand maximum pixel density and the highest resolution on your desktop PC, these 27-inch screens from ViewSonic and Samsung do not disappoint. Today, we put ViewSonic's VP2770-LED and Samsung's S27B970D to the test. Is QHD right for you? ...

By PhotographyBLOG on

The new Samsung Series 9 S27B970D is a premium monitor targeted at photographers and other imaging professionals. The 27-inch-wide monitor has been individually colour calibrated and comes equipped with an advanced PLS panel with a wide viewing angle...

By ModSynergy on

This is an interesting review. You must take all of the comments I made from start to finish and form your own conclusions that suits your own personal preferences. When compared to the Series 8 S27A850D, it has the same type of Super PLS...

By mashable.com on

This is a gorgeous monitor that is so well designed, it looks like it could be a sculpture on display in an art museum. Its matte-finished chrome base holds up a shiny stalk that supports the display itself, which...