Summary: All I can say is that if you order one, I hope it's good the first time. I guess HP has discontinued this model, I bought one of the last two directly from amazon about a month ago. It came with a dead pixel, and HP has since sent 4 to my house, each one progressively more broken and ramshackle.
Summary: Sooooo excited when this baby came in.... Set it up. Calibrated it. My excitement quickly went to sadness. 600 dollars and a very noticeable color shift from pink to green. Sending it back until I get one that does not have the color shift or refund and find something else
Awful pink tint on the right - HP does not try to fix it
George K, Amazon
20 November 2009
Summary: First I have to write that I do like the general quality of this monitor. Build quality is good, and the colors are good. However, as others have said this monitor has a pink tint on the right side.
Summary: I just purchased this monitor and it's going back. Problems galore: - A prominent dead (not stuck) pixel. - Heavy over-saturation tends to make this monitor unusable without calibration software, even for something as simple as looking at photos.
Summary: I did a lot of research and decided to buy this monitor based on numerous reviews, especially for the price range. I bought this monitor on amazon and it arrived with a bent base, cheaply made.
Summary: Everybody in photography forums have been talking about how good and affordable this monitor is. I purchased this to replace my old Dell 2407WFP that only has 72% NTSC color gamut with HIGH EXPECTATIONS. Guess what?
Summary: Monitor bekommen, ausgepackt, angeschlossen, kaputt, eingepackt, zurückgesendet. Kaputt ab Werk. Mal sehen, ob das nächste Modell funktioniert. Wenn ja, werde ich diese Rezension aktualisieren.