Summary: I just love ZR2440W and I firstly bought two for my office in October and then another two for my living room this time. The monitor has great color and brightness and good quality as well. --- However, for this batch, I noticed there is a "case number" on box. After I opened the box and found there is a dead pixel on the screen, I realized the vendor shipped me a real returned item to me, the case number appeared on the box might related to the returning case.
Summary: I wanted to like this monitor but there was a significant amount of screen door effect on the right side of the screen. It only took me about two minutes before I decided I wouldn't be able to live with it. There is essentially no screen door effect on the left side of the screen but the right side is flush with it. It tends to draw your eye in which is distracting. It's going back.
Summary: Great deal but there is a reddish tint that I cannot get rid of even with a colorimeter. I also have an HP ZR24w with a green tint I have never been able to get rid of as well. Bad color is a problem, no matter how uniform it is across the screen. I see no need to comment further as without proper color this thing may as well be a cheap Viewsonic.
Acceptable general-use monitor, but bad color and a little blurry
20 December 2012
Summary: I just purchased a ZR2440 display. I'm a little disappointed, it's a fine general use monitor but it is a little blurry and color banding is an issue. I bought it hoping it would be comparable to the HP ZR24w but it's not nearly as good.
Summary: I found the HP ZR2440 to me out of focus, or having a fuzzy halo around text and Icons. I'm using it as a second display for a 17" MacBook Pro. I wanted to like it but, kept finding myself trying hard to focus on text as it seemed fuzzy. Pictures looked great, but text was poor. I think its the anti glare coating on the display. I'm returning the monitor and getting Thunderbolt display.
Summary: Wie mittlerweile in etlichen Foren nachzulesen ist, haben LED-Monitore das Problem, dass die LEDs flimmern, um eine Helligkeit von weniger als 100% zu erzeugen. Das hat meine Suche nach einem Monitor ziemlich problematisch gemacht... Angefangen hat es damit, dass ich mir ganz naiv und unwissend den Samsung S24B420BW bestellt hatte.
Summary: Die Firma Hewlett Packard genoss seit Jahrzehnten einen sehr guten Ruf, den sie nun in kurzer Zeit hemmungslos ruiniert - schade! Der ZR2440W ist eigentlich ein guter Monitor, den man loben kann solange kein Service-Bedarf besteht. Ich wollte heute einen DOA Fall melden und es war schlicht ein Disaster: Bei Cyberport meinte man (nach >10 Min. Warteschlange) die 14 Tage Rückgabefrist sind ja schon vorbei - also bitte direkt an HP wenden. Man gab mir eine Tel.-Nr.