Summary: This monitor is absolutely beautiful with its sleek design and amazing HD quality. Be for warned though the stand tilts forward a lot so at first I just folded a piece of paper under the base to tilt it up and called it good. At a friends house I had set up my monitor on an end table, later that night as I was sleeping on the floor I kicked the end table.
Summary: The screen arrived, it was easy to install. All the direction were included. i did have to purchase a VSB cord for $20 to use with my computer. But no problems it works great. Large and easy to read.
Summary: ok so I wanna say that the monitor it self is nice but... Advertising that it features a "Tilt Adjustment" when it clearly doesn't and then all the literature about it includes nothing to expand on what it is seems odd. Why would the HP and amazon sell an item that makes the product seem like it does something else when it clearly doesn't.
Four-star monitor, but deserves six stars at this price
T. Fisher, Amazon
1 June 2011
Summary: The good: Bright, vivid, great colors Sleek look Came with DVI-D cable that plugs right into my MacBook Pro Haven't noticed any dead pixels The bad: Stand is about the cheapest plastic shite you can imagine. 1/8" off level on the side, and 1/16" front-to-back. I had to shim two of the feet. I recommend a good stand (I got a great $30 one by Fellowes). No HDMI connector (didn't need it). Connectors stick straight out of the back, so impossible to mount flush to the wall.
Summary: I was very pleased with the HP x22LED 21.5-Inch Widescreen Full HD Monitor. The picture on the product page doesn't do it justice. When I received the monitor, it was in excellent condition, arrived in a timely manner and it was definitely bigger than any monitor I've ever owned. I own a lot of HP products, and so far, none has let me down.
Summary: This is a great little monitor for the price I paid ($140) but it has since gone up. The monitor looks like the picture from the front but the profile view is way off. This monitor is only about 3/4 inch thick at the top and a little over an inch at the bottom. Has VGA and DVI ports, no speakers, and uses a power brick, which most LED monitors do. I have it on my Mac Mini running Snow Leopard and it recognized right away as a 1080p monitor without installing drivers.
Summary: Bought this monitor from Amazon. Shipment didn't arrived on time, they told me to wait additional 2 weeks before decided to refund or replace. Arrived 4 days later, the outer package seems in bad condition, after being held in customs for almost 2 weeks. But the inside package still in good shape. Installation was very easy, no option for wall mounting and no speaker (which I don't need anyway). Set color temp to Cool, DCR off, Brightness 0, Contrast 45.
Summary: Screen is crisp, although I find it lacks a bit of visual depth. Easy setup, interesting connectors with the dvi/vga ports coming straight out the back instead of underneath the monitor. As far as the cons, I have a few pet peaves about this. The power brick is all fine and well except it either needs to be put on the surface (i.e. desk or whatever) right behind the screen or it will likely dangle an inch or two off the ground.