User comments- general satisfaction
If Bright Hub's system allowed it, I would actually give this section a 4.5.
Users in general are extremely satisfied with this monitor. The Samsung TOC T220 is considered easy to install, but the lack of height adjustment has frustrated some users. While the base looks solid, several users had trouble with wobble, and one commented that the monitor was acting like a bobble head as he typed. One user said that if people were better at gaming, they would not be pounding the keyboard so hard - and would not have a wobbling monitor. Another said to just touch the buttons lightly, and there would be no problem.
Nearly as many users who commented No Dead Pixels commented on the dust that collected on the monitor bezel. One user advised getting a toy dust cloth to keep behind the stand to dust daily. Another said his game with a handy cleaning cloth. There were a few, out of hundreds of reviews, which said they did have a couple of dead pixels, but some users found they could massage them away.
Overall, people though the monitor was a stylish and attractive piece of equipment, and found the picture vibrant, crisp, and with excellent contrast. Blacks and whites were deep and clear and the picture quality was felt to be only short of what would be found on equipment meant for professional photo editing or graphics work. The color saturation was considered very good, as well as the brightness, which is easily changed through preset settings suitable for gaming, video viewing, and text and web surfing. It also has settings which can turn the whole display to different colors, gray scale, and even sepia tone (although the user was not sure what use anyone would find for a sepia tone monitor).
The touch power button was disconcerting to some users, although most said they got used to it easily. Some users were unimpressed with the quality of the included cable, although overall, it was felt that the Samsung TOC T220 was a quality product. Comments were made that getting the rebate from Samsung proved more difficult than a normal rebate process. A user did comment that the provided software was not compatible with 64 bit machines.