Solidly built, fully adjustable base, for the right $, you cant go wrong!
19 July 2011
Summary: This is my second f1905 HP monitor. While this monitor is not wide screen, is only 720p and has a slow refresh rate etc, its still a very solid performer. The monitor is very well built, the base is very stable, fully adjustable, and the most solid I have ever used. My first f1905 has been in service for 5+ years and has worked flawlessly. I use my computers mainly for web work ncluding live TV and video.
Summary: This is a great Monitor, very easy to use and install, no software needed. I like it's sleek look, mine came with speakers as well, and a child could almost figure out how to hook it up. I bought it because it takes up less desk space than the old IBM Monitor that I had, who's back end kept hitting the wall behind the desk. Not the case with this one.
Summary: I bought this HP f1905 LCD monitor because I wanted a larger monitor and I've been watching prices since they first came out. Seller said they had problem with on,off switch and I figured how bad could that be. I checked it out on an older PC and immediately moved it to my best new PC. The pictures are amazingly sharp and clear on it and it has worked flawlessly since I got it! It works great for gaming and flight sims also. Absolutely no ghosting that I can see.
Summary: This is my second HP monitor. I returned a previous one (the vs19c) and purchased this one instead. I work from home some days and probably spend at least 25 hours a week in front of the HP 1905 monitor. I have no complaints with this monitor and have been very happy with it. I normally like to put more detail into a review, but all I really have to say is that after playing around with the settings a little bit on the first day (about 3 months ago), I haven't touched a...
Summary: I did a lot of research and eyeball viewing before purchasing this monitor. The picture is just so VERY nice. The contrast is superb, black and white are good, text sharp, and the casing is stylish. The monitor has a very nice sturdy feel to it, and the materials don't seem cheap like so many other monitors out there.
Summary: I spent a few weeks looking over about 40 different monitor choices. After going in person to see them and pouring through reviews and data I settled on this HP f1905. This monitor really needs more press, there aren't as many reviews on it as there are on other models like Sony, Samsung, or ViewSonic models, but this monitor is a gem. Picture: The picture has the best black levels that I have ever seen in a non-glossy LCD.
Summary: In case you are wondering, this monitor is the HP f 1905. I have no idea why this is not pointed out in the description, as this monitor is one of the top 5 monitors on recent PC World reviews (and the TOP "no glare" monitor). This monitor is great, bright, crisp pictures. Easy to read even fine print. No dead pixels as far as I can see. Great for video and even games (I am no expert, but I didn't notice any ghosting).