Summary: I was having a hard time picking out a monitor. This is the same monitor that is used at my work office. Works perfect! Love it! Highly recommend this monitor. :) Satisfied what I was looking for.
Summary: Used to use this for my PC, but that thing died years ago. I would highly recommend for PC use, but gaming/movies is where its at. I use it for my ps4 and Xbox 360, and the quality feels like it's still current Gen (I got this monitor at least 8-10 years ago). 1680x1050 screen resolution is vivid and crisp. The adjustable 90 degree rotating screen is very useful, but I dont really need to use it, I have it set up on a tiny table no longer than a foot away from my bed!
Summary: Good quality output but had a few marks on it so definitely used. This is a very good price, matches exactly one I already had in use and enabled using 2 similar size monitors for document editing, etc.
Summary: I volunteer at a Habitat Restore that recycles electronics and obtained 2 of these, one was a 2207h and the other was a 2207. Well of course both of them did not work. When I took the 2207 apart I found that 2 of the capacitors on the main board were bad (Domed tops) So I replaced them with ones I took out of another defective monitor.
Summary: I would stay away from this series of monitors. It's good, great even, until the problem surfaces. I, and many, many others (see the HP tech support forums) found that the menu, or some menu-related screen, would pop up all by itself and continue to do so ad infinitum, rendering my computer useless (it overlays all open windows). Perhaps HP has fixed the problem in their latest versions, but now they have a history. Why chance it?