Summary: I bought one when they first came out, in 2011 or 2012, for about $1700. It still looks great and has no dead pixels. It gave me a scare about a year ago, when at times horizontal lines would appear covering up the display. I think that was a video card problem.
Great monitor if you can get it for a reasonable price
T. Quinn, Amazon
24 April 2015
Summary: I've purchased two factory refurbished units (at >50% off list!) and have not been disappointed with these monitors. The specs on the monitor are fantastic and as an IPS-based display, they are fantastic for anyone doing any type of photo/video editing.
Summary: Really happy with these displays so far. I had one for a couple of years, and recently bought another one, both refurbished, work great for what I do. Everyone knows the benefits of larger 2560x1440 resolution, so here are some less well known benefits of this display, in my order of importance: 1)...
Summary: (+) Resolution (+) Very contrast picture (beats my MacBook Air's IPS) (+) My previous HP monitor had a glitch when switching sources (there was no way to switch to laptop without disconnecting/shutting down the computer) – but okay with this one (+/-) Minimalistic controls and total absence of any...
Fantastic Monitor and comes with HP's manufacture warrenty
21 January 2014
Summary: This is an excellent monitor, I didn't have any dead pixels that I can see. The stand is fantastic, you can raise lower and rotate the screen. I also have found the built in USB hub to be surprisingly useful.
Summary: Was packed tightly in a huge box, assembly was a breeze, no bad pixels and it just looks amazing. I upgraded from a cheap Hanns-G that has served me well for a few years now and the difference really blew me away. I don't mind the lack of HDMI since i have a decent sound system. Way to go HP.