Summary: I just got the monitor today and I must say it's pretty good. You'll want to use the DVI connection to get the best out of this monitor as the VGA is just decent. This monitor should not be bought if you can stretch out for the higher models and is not that great in terms of looks. Good purchase overall and I'll buy from HP again. Make sure you order a VGA cable alongside this if you plan on using VGA connection.
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.
I'm Dissapointed in HP re: HP x22LED 21.5-inch Widescreen Full HD Monitor
P. McKnight, Amazon
16 January 2011
Summary: Great Monitor,good price....... but what your not told is: That Hewlett-Packard in it's infinite wisdom does not give you a VGA cable(Video Graphic Array) in the packaging. This particular Monitor comes only with a DVI-D "Digital Visual Interface" (Single Link) Digital Cable. When the HP Monitored I ordered arrived at my residence and upon unpacking, I noticed it was missing the VGA Cable in the packaging so I notified (via phone) Amazon.com that I only received a DVI-D...
Summary: Was looking for an affordable solution that would allow me to have a dual monitor setup with my Mac Mini. Picked up two of these for $300! One of them developed a problem after about a month where the display would fill with vertical lines. But a couple of phone calls to HP and I have a replacement (remanufacture) on the way. We'll see how it works out, but so far communications with support has been satisfactory.
Summary: Just received item. My first impression is that the monitor has a good picture, and the refresh rate was good while playing Portal. I didn't see any bad pixels. My complaint with the monitor is that it doesn't swivel and there isn't any height adjustment, but for the price it's a fine monitor.
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: After scrounging the internet for a new monitor to replace one that a power surge zapped, I stumbled across this one on Amazon - the HP x22LED monitor - and it just arrived. Setup was a piece of cake and it came with a CD with the latest driver (although it looked fine with the default one already in use in Win 7).