Excerpt: (1 items) When it comes to readable documents and vivid images, the HP LP2275w offers a solid, no-frills display that would make a good choice for users seeking a widescreen monitor that delivers the best of both worlds. At $349, it is priced slightly higher than other 22-inch displays, but its image quality would be worth the cost.
Pros: Great overall image quality, Clean design, USB hub
Summary: This is an excellent monitor for pro users. It may be overkill for some home users, given that you can buy two good consumer 22-inch monitors for this price, but if you want to enjoy a display that comes closer to image accuracy than a cheap TN type, look out for this HP LP2275w.
Conclusion: HP LP2275W impresses us in almost every aspect and it challenges the much acclaimed Eizo S2231W, which also has a 22 inch S-PVA panel – but is selling at a higher price. HP LP2275W does not have quite as extensive setting options and not as deep blacks but besides that the two monitors have a lot of similar picture characteristics and many common features. But this also says something about the picture quality on the LP2275W.
Pros: Nice picture quality, Blacks and contrast, Ergonomics and functionality
Cons: 32.8cm x 50.6cm x 25.3cm (with stand), 8,5 kg, 2-port USB Hub, -, -, Response time, Narrower viewing angles than LP2475W, Minor deviations in out-of-box settings
Excerpt: The HP LP2275w is a professional 22in colour monitor, meant for professional users who are serious about colour accuracy. It certainly looks the part, with an excellent stand that allows for pivot, swivel, tilt, and height adjustments. The monitor also has a wide viewing angle that makes it a great choice for games and movies.
Conclusion: Overall HP have managed to produce another impressive display offering. It might be a little more expensive than some of the competiton in this sector, with a retail price of around £275 GBP, but it really does offer some features which separate it from its rivals. It's one of the few non-TN Film panels in this sector, and that immediately puts it in its own niche market.
Pros: Good colour accuracy, even with default settings. Excellent once calibrated, Wide viewing angles thanks to rare use of S-PVA technology, Excellent ergonomic adjustment range and 'premium' features and specs
Cons: Some minor build quality issues including slight buzzing and fussy DVI interface, Quite limited connectivity options, lack of D-sub interface, Below average brightness uniformity