The display itself is very sharp looking - Samsung has been big into the curvy lines and piano gloss finishes on a lot of their recent displays. These designs fit into modern rooms and offices very nicely, but they are fingerprint and dust magnets which is a bit of a pain.
The main display itself connects to the base through a very fluid looking arm on the lower right corner of the display. The curvy line of the arm makes the display panel almost seamlessly flow right into the base. This arm also has some forward/backward tilt to help adjust the display to your optimal viewing angle.
Just above the arm in the lower right corner of the display are six touch sensitive buttons. These handle menu functionality, input switching, volume, MHL mode, auto adjustment and power. The buttons themselves don't illuminate, but a small, white power LED to the right of them does illuminate when the display is powered on.
The large 27" display panel is bordered by a relatively thin 0.75" bezel. I'm hoping we'll see those nearly invisible bezels from Samsung LED TV's start to make their way to their computer displays soon! The panel itself runs at a resolution of 1920x1080 (which is 1080p with a 16:9 aspect ratio). The static contrast ratio is 1000:1, but using Samsung's "Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio" they claim it has a dynamic contrast ratio of up to 5,000,000:1. The 2ms gray-to-gray response time is also pretty much a standard on LED/LCD displays these days and is fast enough that your eye should not notice any sort of ghosting or delay (something LCD displays were sometimes known for way "back in the day").
The base of the S27B750V is 8" deep and that's as deep as the display will be since the panel itself stands in the middle and all the cables connect to the back of the panel, not the base. The base has a slight arc design to it, keeping true to the very curvy lines in the design of the S27B750V.
The back of the display panel is where you'll find all the input/output connections, as well as a ventilation grill that runs across the upper half. Connections include; the AC adapter input, two HDMI ports (one doubles as the MHL port with the included cable), analog VGA input and audio input/output connectors. The audio output would be used if you wanted to pass audio through the monitor and back out to a pair of headphones, or auxiliary speakers. It would have been more convenient to locate this plug on the side of the display (or it's base) to eliminate the minor inconvenience of having to reach behind it just to connect a pair of headphones.
As you likely noticed above, the S27B750V does have a pair of 5 watt speakers built-in. Like most built-in spreakers these will do for casual listening but if you're an avid media watcher then you'll likely want to upgrade to a pair of standalone speakers for much richer sound quality.
As I touched on earlier, Samsung includes a Micro USB to HDMI cable for MHL connections. If your device supports MHL, which most newer Android smartphones and tablets do, then all you need to do is connect the cable between your phone and the S27B750V and you're ready to go. As soon as the display is switched to the MHL HDMI input your phone should automatically mirror itself on the S27B750V as well. If you pair a bluetooth mouse and/or keyboard to your phone then you can leave the phone on your desk and operate it like a PC! This is great for simple tasks like sending emails, basic web browsing, media viewing, etc. When you consider how powerful our smartphones are getting I'm sure it'll only be a matter of time before this type of solution becomes just as common as laptops and netbooks!