Excerpt: (1 items) HP’s LP2475w is a feature-packed 24-inch widescreen LCD that looks great, too. This moderately priced display hits all the right buttons. One of the biggest decisions you may have to make when setting up this display is which of the myriad connectors to use. The LP2475w offers one HDMI port, one DisplayPort input, two DVI ports, Component, Composite and S-Video inputs, as well as a DVI to VGA adapter cable for older analog inputs.
Pros: Highly adjustable stand, Multiple connection options, Very good all-around screen performance
Cons: Colors, though pleasing, slightly over the top, Somewhat limited viewing angles
Conclusion: Overall I was very impressed by the performance of the LP2475W. While default colour accuracy was pretty poor, once calibrated the screen offered the best colour results we have seen in our reviews. Black depth was excellent for an IPS matrix, and even out-did many PVA matrices we have tested! These were very positive improvements for IPS technology, and hopefully this is a sign of things to come.
Pros: Excellent colour accuracy once calibration, Excellent black depth, especially for an IPS panel, Very wide range of interface and ergonomic options
Cons: Poor default colour accuracy, Some RTC overshoot causing some slight inverse trailing, Couple of missing features such as D-sub interface and A-TW polarizer