Samsung 27" 60Hz 4ms PLS LED Monitor (LS27F350FHNXZA) - Black - Only at Best Buy


  • After 14 months it's flickering, failing

    from Vancouver on October 12, 2019

    After only 14 months of gentle, normal use this monitor started flickering and failing. I ruled out the graphics card or software issues. I would un-plug the monitor and it would reset it only for the picture to flicker, distort and crash! I've reached out to Samsung but I'm not happy with this obviously.

  • Screen got blank after exactly 1 year

    from Waterloo on September 8, 2019

    After 1 year, screen had shadow on the top and became blank after a few hour. Considering the same symptom with other reviews, this model seems to have embedded HW defects

  • Start getting dark shadows after exactly 1 year

    from Richmond, BC on August 31, 2019

    On the first day when warranty expired this monitor start showing a shadow on top half screen and Samsung not able to fix it over the phone. Be aware of this model.

  • Screen flickering

    from Montréal on July 11, 2019

    After 7 month the screen start flickering

  • Died after 4 months

    from Ontario on May 21, 2019

    This monitor was great for about 4 months. Then it died. Nothing but lines all through the screen. I did buy the the extended warranty BIG MISTAKE now I'm stuck having to buy a new one. Not from best buy that's for sure!

  • Great monitor !!!

    from Waterloo, ON on February 10, 2019

    First off, 1440p while nice, isnt really needed with decent eyes. FPS is king. View this as a 75hz screen. In your GPU control panel, go to display and custom settings (in AMD) select the monitor and set 75hz as a setting and save. Then click on display settings(right click on blank desktop space). Then scroll to bottom click advanced display settings, then select the monitor and click on the only bottom option. In this menu, click monitor then select 75hz refresh rate (Should work fine over HDMI. There now you have a 75hz overclocked monitor and your freesync range is 48-75 now too.

  • High failure rate. Bad batch perhaps.

    from Sudbury, ON on November 26, 2018

    We bought 5 of these monitors and around three months in, two have now failed with lines showing up all over the screen. Fortunately Samsung will repair them and pay for shipping both ways, but still not what I would expect from Samsung. According to the paperwork sent back with the monitor, it seems some wiring harness was damaged during assembly and eventually causes bad connections to the LCD panel inside.

  • Backlight not even, cause colour difference

    from Mississauga, ON on August 20, 2018

    I bought two this model type monitors, even they are in the same setup and signal s from the same computer, the picture looks not the same, especially in white background area, one of them looks yellowish the other is cold, there must be a problem, I don't know how to handle it.

  • Great Gaming Screen

    from Victoria, BC on July 18, 2018

    Bought this for a second gaming PC in our house. Works very well. Light and thin. The on/off button is in a weird place at the back of the monitor and needs to be pressed once to turn on the on-screen menu and then the button acts as a toggle to move the cursor down to the off position, then press again to turn off. It's a minor issue, just weird. It has an HDMI and VGA connection. Great for older PC's.

  • Great Monitor

    from Ottawa, ON on June 29, 2018

    I've been using this monitor for nearly a year now and am very happy with it. So much so that I'll buy another when it goes on sale again. Only negative is that it doesn't have a DisplayPort input.