Summary: The only reason this is getting a poor review is because I am a videographer and this monitor just didn't quite cut it for me. Got it on sale for only $300 however, do not buy this particular model if you are an editor where dealing with accurate and precise color across more than one display is a...
Summary: Bought it when on sale because I was looking to upgrade my screen real estate. Functionally it did that, but not very impressed with the quality. Pro: 1440p, anti-glare coating helps with reflections while not impacting the image much, multiple angle adjustments, HP support was great getting me a...
Summary: I'm a developer and the thought of a 27" 2560x1440 desktop for Visual Studio lured me to the dark side. I probably should have just gone with 2 1080P monitors. Oh, first the good. I have an HP EliteBook with docking station that has a DisplayPort.
Summary: I loved it.....when it worked. I've barely had this monitor a month, and it's already broken. I should have listened to the other reviewers, but I assumed (incorrectly) HP had the problem fixed by now. So, I am inserting myself into HP's customer service grinder, wish me luck.
Summary: Okay for coding, but I could see a crystallization (the picture isn't perfect) on the screen which isn't OK. Well, died after month of usage. As I read after in new reviews - the model dies very often. Cannot replace, bought abroad USA do not want to waste too much time on this. Big minus for HP.
Summary: Generally speaking, screen is bright and looked good (almost) out of the box. The anti-glare didn't bother me, because it's similar to my Macbook Air screen. The one I got was defective, and had a "dark fuzzy strip" that ran the width of the screen, about an inch from the bottom.
Some complaints at first and then dead after 1 month
8 March 2012
Summary: Was excited to receive this monitor. Noticed right away that the colors were a little on the green side. After calibrating with a spyder elite, the colors were fine. I do computer graphics work and the anti-glare coating is way to heavy on this thing, for me at least.