I have two of these monitors connected up to my computer. They work quite well together because the case is quite narrow so you can get a good feeling for the two monitors acting as a single large one.
The colours are very strong and vibrant and since I have had it for quite a while now I would say it is quite reliable. However, the two monitors were bought at different times and therefore from different batches and you can see a colour difference in the two units which can be annoying sometimes. The wiring is the weak point of the product though as moving the wire can have an affect on the quality of the image produced so it cant be armored very well.
I would recommend buying something of a similar spec to anyone though because at around £100 each you really don't need much higher a spec for most application unless you are into graphical designing but then the unit is too small for this application anyway. It simply is a case of pluging it in and away you go no extra drivers or anything are required although they are contained in the box if you do need something.
I've been using this computer monitor since one year and a half or so and I like that it's a widescreen model with high resolution,on which you can do anything you need, from watching movies to playing games and manage office documents.
What I don't like is that you can't tilt it at a high angle and it doesn't feature swivel system. That's not a big problem, but you could damage its chassis when trying to turn it on a side quickly.
Another bad aspect for me is the viewing angle.If you are watching a video from the bed, you need to position yourself perpendicularly with respect to the display. Otherwise, the image won't be clear for your eyes.
Then comes the material that Samsung used for the chassis. If you accidentally drop white substances on the back side, you won't be able to clean it 100%. There will remain visible spots for the rest of the monitor's life.