Product Comparison: Samsung C32F391 vs Samsung C32F397
- High enough resolution, beautiful colors. I love the curved screen.
- The resolution is 1920 x 1080 and the color saturation, including black, which is often a problem, is rich and the picture sharp.
- Resolution is worst than 5-6-year-old monitors. Poor color. Connected 4 different computers, same results. Disappointed.
- It looks beautiful on the desk, but resolution not good at all. Probably fine if you're just using it ocassionally, but other than that no way! Lots of color variance even as I'm typing this and very unsharp.
- It's only 1920 x 1080 resolution. For this size, again, relatively low resolution. That said, the price is much less than higher resolution models, so you'll save some money if you don't like extremely high resolution.
- It works great and resolution and color is perfect.
- Great picture, and fast refresh for games.
- Screen is very clear. Excellent value for the cost. Great resolution.
- Resolution established 1920x1080 at first startup, bright images, crystal clear, no flicker observed.
- The 1920x1080 pixels over this screen size results in poor resolution for text.
- Very good monitors. Bought two for a side by side mounting. Looks terrific and picture colors and contrast is very good. Can't beat this for the price.
- Took quite a bit of adjustment to get colors, brightness and contrast just right for video viewing but once I found the right settings movies and videos are awesome
- Natural Colors, Flat Contrast, Helps with dark areas during gaming.
- Colors are very good & blacks are very good blacks. 5000:1 contrast ratio
- Curve distorts horizontal lines, very important for editing photos.
- No dead pixels and the colors is great! Great monitor.
- This monitor is beautiful, the picture is crisp and clear and the colors show up very nicely.
- Love the size and clarity of view. Great value. Great quality. Great view angles.
- The colors are horrible. Worse, the text is jagged and rough.
- Screen is very dim the blacks are washed out into grays.
- Luckily there is a vesa mount and this monitor will see a new articulating stand soon.
- The 32" monitor comes with 75mm X 75mm threaded mounting holes for a VESA wall or swing arm mount.
- If you plan on mounting, it has VESA standard 3" but has a unmovable insert for the stand that requires you to get an extended wall mount, cannot make it work with a normal flat wall mount.
- The base attaches easily and sturdy, however it is not adjustable at all.
- Large Base, Screen still wobbles easily. Takes up more desk surface space.
- The curved design is so cool and the stand design is solid.
- Great stand. No dead pixels, no scratches, no worries.
- The built quality of the monitor seemed good. I liked how the stand worked.
- The stand is cheap plastic and came with a big ding in it.
- The monitor wobbles on the stand and there is no VESA mounting option.
- There are only two types of video ports of the back of the monitor: one HDMI and one Display Port, but if you have an older computer that doesn't have either type of connector, Display Port is backwards compatible, and you can simply use an adapter.
- This set up, has HDMI to Thunderbolt running to the 15inch MBP and DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort/Thunderbolt on the Surface Pro 3. Plug and play works as expected, and the monitor produces an image right away
- Connecting to the computer is via an HDMI or DV cable, not the VGA cable I used previously. I connected via HDMI, plugged in, turned on, and was blown away. The settings did not need to be adjusted, although I did play with them.
- No DVI or VGA, for those who only have DVI and VGA inputs in their computers.
- All the ports are connected properly and my computer is fine.
- Wide range of input options, and audio options.
- Great connection options, every type for your needs.
- No dead pixels out of the box! Light weight, many connections!
- A few connection issues. I use the new macbook pro and use a HDMI to thunderbolt connection and from time to time, it stops detecting the monitor.