Summary: Where to start..... graphic quality is good....but is marred by very aggressive anti-glare coating. Sand on your screen is what it looks like to me. About 1 month after warranty expired I started betting inky looking splotches on the right side of my monitor.
Summary: If you have multiple computers never buy a monitor that requires menus just to switch inputs. Monitors with multiple inputs should have a DEDICATED input button, one press to select the next available signal, two presses to select the one after that.
Summary: This is a wonderful monitor with lots of real estate. You will need to use color management in Firefox to prevent over saturation due to the high gamut 0f 92%. The big draw back is the use of cheap anti-reflective material that leaves light solid colors looking dirty/botchy.
Summary: The images on this monitor are superb, but the lack of contrast and a "thinness" to typeface when viewing text led me to return the unit. This may be what some critics are calling the "sparkle" on reading text, and it comes from the anti-glare coating.
Summary: I recieved the monitor, calibrated it with X rite eye one. They instruct you to turn the brightness to zero to calibrate. After that i noticed a red side and a green side. I looked this problem up on the net and have read that others have had this problem repeatedly.
Summary: I'm not an HP fan at all, but this monitor has a lot going for it. For starters it's the only 24" monitor available in the US with an IPS panel, that costs less then a grand. The NEC 2490 which features an IPS panel costs twice a much.
Summary: This is an IPS-tech monitor which makes it MUCH better than the TN-tech monitors sold at your local Best Buy. BUT, as mentioned by other reviewers, (1) there is a slight green-to-magenta slide in color from left to right when viewed with lots of white stuff on screen, and (2) when the screen is...