Decent display, but touchscreen calibration sporatic
Shawn A., Newegg
9 April 2014
Summary: Overall I think that it is a decent display, but I have found the rate of issues that I have faced with this display with the touchscreen has made it a mixed bag. On the units where the touchscreen works it is neat, but the rate of problems is too high.
Pros: The inclusion of a USB hub is nice even if the ports are only USB 2. The stand is fairly sturdy and can rise and lower pretty easily. For the purposes of large organizations the on screen controls make it easy to provide data about the total hours used on the backlight and the serial #, which is ...
Cons: Out of the 450 that we purchased at least a quarter of them we have users have disconnected the USB cable for the touchscreen in part because the touchscreen often will erroneously indicate that the screen is being touched even when it isn't. Recalibrating the display doesn't resolve the issue. H...
Works pretty well, but bezel makes some Windows 8 gestures awkward
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 December 2013
Summary: This is not a bad monitor, but it was produced before Windows 8 and so it wasn't made with Windows 8 gestures in mind. For a lot of Windows 8 gestures, you have to get to the very edge of the screen or start the gesture just off screen.
Summary: It took me a while to figure out how to make it work properly because the instructions were missing, but the seller patiently and graciously worked with me to get it set up. It is so sensitive and responsive to touch that it responds when my papers accidently touch the screen.
Summary: I love this monitor it's easy to use and had no problem with it, just plug and play. Very easy to adjust height with one finger. And it tilts more then an average monitor. I would love for this to tilt further up because I use this monitor while standing up.
Summary: This monitor is mostly an indulgence for me, when my wrists are tired from too much mouse or touchpad, but I really missed the touch screen when it died. I did all the usual troubleshooting before contacting HP since getting through to any kind of tech support is my least favorite thing.
Pros: Excellent monitor, and surprisingly good tech support after touch failed.
Cons: Touch failed after 14 months BUT HP replaced the monitor ... in LESS THAN 24 HOURS (but with the usual 4 transfers prior to getting to the right tech support person).
Summary: I have been using the HP 2105TM in educational facilities for several years. I used the 2206TM on the last project with excelent result. I only wish they had includes the built in stylus on this model like was furnished wit the 2105 TM