Samsung C27A750X 27in Wireless LED LCD - Final Thoughts

Article Index
Samsung C27A750X 27in Wireless LED LCD
C27A750X Features (Lots)
Specifications for the Display
Testing the Wireless LCD
Final Thoughts

Final Thoughts:

The C27A750X 27" LED Backlit Wireless LCD is a very nice monitor for a 27" display.  When connected by HDMI, it is super clear, crisp and will be an attractive addition to any desk workspace.  If you use and enjoy multiple connections - such as the USB 3.0, HDMI and VGA connections it works very well - especially if you're set up with a wireless mouse and keyboard.  I'm not into changing screens between multiple computers, but it was nice for testing for sure.  I know that Zeus would be all about this display as he could hook up his Xbox 360 to it as well as his laptop and main gaming rig.


The price is a bit steep at $600, but I've found it online for as little as $500 - and for that price, it might be a compelling buy for someone that wants a wireless display and a hub to get things done faster without plugging in everything.  For me personally, it has features that I wouldn't use very much, but for a power-user that wants more than their standard monitor has to offer, the C27A750X has a lot more to offer.  For those of you that simply want to connect it to one machine and watch movies or play games on a monitor, it may be more than you need.  Still, it is a very nice setup.

The build quality of the C27A750X is pretty decent for sure.  It seems to be quite solid and should provide years of service.  BCCHardware has tested some displays that have felt very cheap; nothing about the C27A750X is cheap.

The dual-hinge design is quite simple and yet provides a lot of flexibility for height adjustment and this will work well beside another display or above your laptop.  I'm a fan of this design as it looks much more stylish than a simple telescoping stand.


Pros:

  • Nice big screen
  • Sleek, thin design
  • Great image and video quality when connected by wires


Cons:

  • A bit expensive at ~$550 for a 1080p display
  • More options than I would use
  • Audio out (Digital HDMI -> Analog Stereo) not great quality
  • No HDMI Cable

 

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I'd like to thank Samsung for sending us this display for us to review.  I will certainly miss it and dread going back to my 19" widescreen LCD.

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