Samsung LC27F398FWNXZA Samsung C27F398 27″ Curved Monitor


Posted on : 28-Nov-2018 | By : admin | In : TV Shows

1800R curved monitor with 3000:1 contrast ratio provides a truly immersive viewing experience. . Featuring a glossy black finish and simple stand, the monitor boasts AMD FreeSync and Game Mode technology which allows users to enjoy smooth images, even during the fastest moving scenes.

Product Features

  • Industry leading 1800R screen curvature for immersive viewing
  • Slim design with high glossy black finish and innovative T-shaped stand
  • Rapid 4ms response time for a clear picture during fast moving scenes
  • Color gamut (NTSC 1976): 72%, brightness- minimum : 200cd/m2. Windows Compatible : Windows 10. Outputs: Audio / Headphone (3.5mm)
  • Product Dimensions Without Stand :24.5″ x 14.5″ x 3.2″;With Stand :24.5″ x 18.4″ x 9.6″
  • Refresh Rate is 60hz


Comments (2)

Great Color Saturation and Deep Black Contrast – Beautiful Image Update:If you plan to ever use spreadsheets regularly, this is not a suitable monitor. My daughter visited at Thanksgiving and fell in love with this monitor. She uses spreadsheets extensively. Then I told her to load a spreadsheet – any spreadsheet. Then she didn’t want it anymore – not even as a gift. She took my 6 year old HP 23 inch flat screen monitor instead. If gaming is your thing, this is an enjoyable monitor. If you are doing a lot of spreadsheet work or using Microsoft Office a lot, you’d be a lot better off with a flat screen monitor.—————————-I’ve used this Samsung curved monitor for about a week now and while it is novel and immersive to a degree, I am still undecided whether I prefer a curved or traditional flat monitor. I think if you are really into gaming, it would be an easier decision to be in favor of the curved monitor. But I am not a gamer, so my use is definitely more mainstream. This monitor has a really nice deep black background with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and it captured my attention immediately. The black saturation is much better than most all monitors I’ve seen and I like it a lot. Furthermore, it has great color saturation. Watching a photo slide show is definitely more immersive and more enjoyable than a typical flat screen. The black saturation and contrast ratio may be the major factor in the richness of the photos and videos with the curved screen being less of a factor.However, if you are using a spreadsheet or financial database, the curve is a little distracting. It’s not at all bad, however. The horizontal and vertical lines are nice and straight, but the curvature is noticeable. I’m not sure if I prefer it to a traditional flat screen or not – but my leaning is toward a flat screen for spreadsheets and financial programs and charts. This is where I spend most of my considerable time on a computer. This monitor supports both a HDMI input and a Display Port input. I connected both cables to my video card and tried to select each input with the joystick on the backside of the monitor. It sort of worked, but it would not display the image properly unless I pulled out the HDMI cable to view the Display Port input. I’d only use one or the other anyway, so it doesn’t matter to me.Eye Saver Mode: In my opinion, it’s just short of awful. Maybe it is an eye saver of some kind, but the images just look so bad I’d never use it – eyestrain or not. I have another Samsung monitor with eye saver and it behaves the same way. Basically they seem to greatly reduce the contrast ratio and kill the blue content making the screen image look extremely faded and dull. I don’t like it at all.Resolution and Screen Size: I believe 27 inch monitors are about the limit for close up viewing of a monitor in High Definition mode – 1920X1080. I have two 32 inch monitors with the same resolution and you can see the individual dots in letters and numbers. You really need UHD resolution for 32 inches and above. I have a 40 inch UHD monitor that produces very crisp lettering and edge detail. And it would look even better on a 32 inch monitor. So until now, I was thinking about purchasing a 32 inch UHD curved monitor, but I’ve changed my mind. I will still buy a 32 inch UHD resolution monitor, but it will be a flat screen monitor. By the way, a 40 inch computer monitor is too big for close up viewing in my opinion. If there is a bright white background, it’s almost blinding to look at the monitor for long before I get a bad headache. And spreadsheets and internet web pages have a lot of white background to blind you. It’s just a lot more area to emit light into your eyes at close range. I didn’t think of that before I bought the Philips 40 inch UHD computer monitor. Otherwise, it’s a great monitor and I really like it. Also, I find myself looking from left to right a lot to take in the entire screen image. So I’m seriously planning to downsize to 32 to 34 inches. Or I’m going to have to get some prescription polycarbonate reading sunglasses to cut down the light. Bigger is not always better.If you are in the market for a 27 inch HD 1920X1080 monitor, I believe you’ll really enjoy this Samsung Curved Monitor, especially if your application is largely gaming and video and photos. And even spreadsheets and accounting are fine. The lines are very straight both vertically and horizontally. You can see the curve, but it’s not distorted or too distracting. If you plan to use it primarily for accounting and spreadsheets, you may want to think about a flat monitor.I did receive this on the Amazon Vine program, but I write my reviews the same as if I purchased it. Furthermore, it is not free. I have to pay self employment social security of 15.1% and in addition, I have to pay income tax on the Vine items bringing it up to about 33% overall taxation. Amazon reports all Vine products as…

Excellent Monitor, Excellent Quality, and Excellent Value.