30" Monitors are hard to connect but well worth the effort
T. Dadr, Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: I love the screen real estate on a 30" monitor, but they are not for everyone. This monitor has three DVI style connectors, and they are not the ordinary type. You need to have both a computer video card that supports 2560x1600 resolution and both such a video card and also a cable that supports...
Summary: This is a fantastic monitor. I have been using it for over three years now. It is my main monitor for my main computer. On average, it is used over 40 hours a week. What is this monitor good for? 1. Video games. 2. Photoshop. 3. CAD software such as AutoCAD or MicroStation. 4.
HP LP3065 30" LCD Monitor review after several years
Dave Bing, Amazon
8 May 2012
Summary: I have had my HP LP3065 monitor for several years now and thought i would share my comments. I set it up in landscape mode with a second 24" monitor in portrait mode to the side. Most os my work is CAD related with no gaming so response was not an issue or concern.
Summary: You have to color calibrate for your favorite color temperature while taking into account that it has wide gamut - 97% NTSC. Resolution is awesome, backlighting seems rather uniform for such a huge screen. Used ones - 2-3 years old - go for like 50% of the price of the new one - that is a bargain.
Amazing monitor, Apple Cinema Display for less $$$!
5 November 2010
Summary: This monitor uses the same S-IPS panel as the Apple Cinema Display 30" LCD but is about half the price! Once the monitor has been properly calibrated (which you should do with all your monitors), the colors are very true and images are incredibly sharp.
Summary: I will only add what hasn't already been mentioned by "+++" in his review. Some things he has said I just want to emphasize. -This monitor is a rare breed in that it can do it all, and do it so well. Gaming, photo/video work, watching movies... it is an OSD short of TFT perfection.
Summary: I have considered buying a 30-inch monitor for years. Got this one yesterday and am very impressed. Performance-wise the HP can't be beat (by Apple, Dell and LG as the only competition). Assembly and setup were a breeze--Just connected the monitor to the stand and connected power and DVI-D.