Working in an IT department we brought a variety of these montiors in to aid designers we have in the office. With a display of 1440 x 900 the image quality is sharp and bright, but nothing more or nothing less than you would expect when paying for a monitor of this price.
For a home monitor I believe there are far better models on the market in a similar price range. Aesthetically the monitor is large, thick screen and a wide clumpy base which looks very cheap. One drawback is it can be temperamental when using dual monitors on both xp and win7. It needs to be on before you turn the PC on otherwise it is not picked up and has to be unplugged. We've had several issues with no real work around.
One thing that sets this monitor apart from the rest is the features. With multiple functionality on the display settings to the various input ports surrounding the monitor, this is a good addition to a working environment but maybe a poor choice for a home monitor? Mainly due to the recent fall in prices of visual displays it seems there are better options available.
The extra-large HP LP2275w 22-inch widescreen LCD monitor offers premier performance and connectivity features for power and workstation users and designers who appreciate expansive widescreen presentation of their graphics, video, and data projects.
|Product Description:||HP LP2275w - LCD monitor - 22"|
|Device Type:||LCD monitor - 22"|
|Built-in Devices:||USB Hub|
|Aspect Ratio:||Widescreen - 16:10|
|Native Resolution:||1680 x 1050 at 60 Hz|
|Pixel Pitch:||0.282 mm|
|Response Time:||16 ms (On/Off); 6 ms (grey-to-grey)|
|Input Connectors:||DVI-I, DisplayPort|
|Display Position Adjustments:||Height, pivot (rotation), swivel, tilt|
|Screen Coating:||Anti-glare, anti-static|
|Dimensions (WxDxH):||50.6 cm x 25.3 cm x 37.7 cm|
|Microsoft Certification:||Compatible with Windows 7|
|Environmental Standards:||ENERGY STAR Qualified , EPEAT Silver|
|Compliant Standards:||Plug and Play, TCO '03, CSA, TUV, VCCI, GS, ISO 13406-2, MIC, FCC, RoHS, WEEE, ACA, CISPR|