Summary: I bought this monitor to use in a PLP setup along side my HP LP3065 monitor. I previously purchased the Dell 2007FP, which was completely terrible. the picture was yellowed like old parchment and looked like an antique next to my IPS 30inch from HP. This monitor, on the other hand, is able to keep up in just about every department.
Summary: I bought this monitor for two reasons: 1) at my last job I used an HP flat-panel monitor (though not this model) and it seemed quite reliable and 2) I wanted a monitor with a 4:3 aspect ratio because the graphics card in my old Dell Dimension 4600 favors this aspect ratio in the resolutions it delivers. And anyway, I like the kind of screen real estate a 4:3 aspect ratio delivers.
Excellent monitor, versatile, reliable, problem free
Michael Uschold, Amazon
17 December 2010
Summary: I searched a long time for a high resolution monitor that had maximal adjustability for height, tilt, swivel and rotate. This one rose to the top of the list. I got it almost 3 years ago and it works a charm. No problems at all. Note, I have not tried anything sophisticated on it. I have never tried to balance colors as a photographer or publisher might need to. I don't like the adjustments, they are diabolical, just like every other monitor I ever used.
Summary: We have just over 500 of these in different enviroments. Pros - zero defects(not one has been defective or missing any pixels) solid construction( we had one guy punch his display in anger. he hit it so hard it fell over. 2 years later still nothing wrong with it.) dual digital inputs Cons - retail price is a bit steep. and cost is not going down much.(would be great if we wanted to get rid of them.
Summary: I needed a new monitor for photo-editing (high level hobbyist) and my old Sony Trinitron CRT was finally giving out. So far I am very happy with my first LCD monitor. I chose this one after much research and weighing tradeoffs and prices. It's strength is excellent sharpness. Contrast is good. Like most LCDs, it lacks the ability to distinguish the darkest shades (0/255) to (5/255). Out of the box, whites and grays showed a very slight greenish tint.
Summary: Pros: * very accurate color and sharp text * small dot pitch (0.255mm) for fine grain photos. * really wide view angle, almost like a CRT monitor * enough DVI,VGA cables to hook up two computers Cons: * not very good for playing DVDs, noticeable lags. * extremely heavy * the monitor panel is not horizontally level when sitting on the base. The left side is lower than the right side. The rotatable part seems not accurately adjusted. Will call support to fix this.
Summary: I have four of these on my desk in portrait mode, mounted on Ergotron stands. The stands HP ships are nice enough that I've re-used them to mount other VESA monitors in my office. The display panel is decent. Colors are roughly on par with my Apple 30" display. I bought this panel because it has the closest color and dimensions to match the Apple display. The panels have dual DVI inputs and come with 2 DVI cables and 2 SVGA/DVI adapter cables.
Summary: De type professionnel, cet écran n'est pas d'une beauté et d'une finition des plus rafinés. Mais il n'en demeure pas moins un bon produit de part ces bonnes qualités graphiques et son robuste pied offrant de multiples réglages. Il se destine à mon avis plus à une utilisation bureautique/graphique qu'à une utilisation pour les jeux vidéos.
Summary: Oggi Vi voglio parlare di un piccolo gioiello della tecnologia, un modello di monitor a schermo piatto widescreen da 30", adatto a tutti, professionisti e non ma forse più adatto ai professionisti. Ho scoperto questo monitor dopo un attenta ricerca su internet in quanto un mio amico ci aveva chiesto come regalo di nozze uno schermo HP che fosse “il migliore”!!