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6 May 2012
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Excellent investment. Designed with YOU in mind, by engineers, not suits.
27 June 2011
Summary: Excellent monitor. Generous size and pixel-count. Great picture. The dual inputs are handy. I use it for 3D graphics design (Autodesk Maya) and it's soooo much easier now that I'm able to fit so much onto the screen. I also really like how the bezel around the screen is fairly thin and unobtrusive. Thick, obnoxious, and even odd-shaped bezels have always been a big pet peeve of mine.
Summary: I have been using HP LP2465 monitors on my office workstations at my former employer for almost five years of engineering graphics duty. When it came to choosing a great performing, reasonably priced high-resolution graphics monitor for my new office AND home office workstations, this was definitely a no-brainer for me.
Summary: I use these at work and had to get one for home since they are real nice to work with and frankly addictive. The screen size allows you to have two browsers or documents up side by side so that you can look at one while working on the other and both of them are real sized. W.R.T. the display is larger than a single sheet of 11x17 paper (two 8.5x11 wheels side by side) I run mine at 1920 x 1200 for a real crisp and bright display.
Summary: what can i say? its better than every TN monitor out there. PMVA, i can put it in portrait, remove from the stand easily, has 4 usb ports, 2 dvi that can do vga or display port, theres not much to complain about on this monitor, except maybe that its not the HP LP2475W :).
Oldie but goodie - glad to find it available as a refurb
19 May 2008
Summary: We've had one of these monitors for around five years; my husband decided to switch from laptop to tower, and so I searched for another HP LP2465. He loves it. It's solidly built, excellent quality, and the center column which allows height adjustment is also totally solid. We'll both be very sorry when these things finally die. The only thing that doesn't work (with Win7) are the USB ports on the side. The seller packed it extremely carefully - we appreciate that.
Summary: I was skeptical about purchasing a used monitor from Amazon.com. I have an older imac (okay, an ancient imac) and the monitor was starting to go on this, even though everything else was just fine. I wanted to purchase a new monitor, but most monitors I looked at were either too pricey or would not accommodate my imac. So I came across the model on an older discussion regarding using a monitor vs a flat panel tv and this model was mentioned.
Summary: Love it - run it with an Nvidia VGA card under Fedora 16. Works great. Hard to find a decent price on a large monitor like this that'll do higher than 1080 vertical resolution. This one does 1200. I run it at 1920x1200. Recommended.
Summary: I am a radiologist and very picky on monitor appearance and routinely read images off of 3 and yes 5 MP monitors! I have had two of these monitors and an Acer hooked up to two Nvidia Quadro FX 560 video cards on a souped up HP sysstem for 4 months. I am very happy with their appearance for both images and text. They are not overpowering like the Acer although I am happy with it also. I am planning on buying a third soon.