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Samsung 710N LCD review - Samsung 710N LCD review
Sat, October 23 2004 | 2:46AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"When turning the monitor horizontally, some colors turn a yellowish tint. But this doesn't pose any kind of serious problem for usage. However, there are significant changes when the monitor is tilted vertically. Notice that the picture that was taken from the top of the monitor seems to have a low gamma rating, while the picture which was taken from the bottom has a high gamma rating. Furthermore, the pictures turn very dark. Also, from our wallpaper, there is a round color prism. Notice once the angles are changed the white color alters to black. In conclusion, I have to say that the 160 viewing angle is something of an exaggeration... "
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