HP W19e Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard LCD monitors
Description:Model ID P8741AA / HP w19e - Flat panel display - TFT - 19" - 1440 x 900 / 60 Hz - 300 cd/m2 - 700:1 - 5 ms - 0.285 mm - VGA / The HP w19e is a robust yet affordable flat panel monitor with a wide view, which brings gaming and Internet surfing brilliantly alive when you plug ... more
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HP W19Good for a cheap WS tft (205 words)
by LiGhTfasT - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 264 readings)
I m possitive the old 4:3 LG tft it replaced produced much better blacks and colours. With a little tweaking you can add colour with nvidias digital vibrance too built in the drivers. Backlight can also be a issue on dark scenes you can easily see it emiting and ruining the blacks. Having said its not brilliant it was the cheapest widescreen tft on the market at the time of purchase from pc world at £150. It has dual input so ive got the pc on dvi and use my xbox 360 on the vga port. Gaming wise the monitor has no ghosting or other problems. The dual mode leads me to my next problem the buttons. The buttons on the monitor are awful, really hard to press and awkward. ...
HP L1940TIdeal for every day use (192 words)
by tleefox - written on 23/07/10 (Useful, 72 readings)
I have one of these plugged into my laptop at work, and can only say good things about it. I work on a building site and have had the same screen now for about 3 years and it has never let me down, despite the large amounts of dust and dirt which are always flying around. For every day use this is an ideal screen. It is very easy to use. On the front of the screen there are 5 buttons; 1 of which is for turning the monitor on and off, the rest are used for altering the settings, such as colour, contrast etc.. It is very easy to learn how to alter the settings. Another function of the monitor is that as well as being able to adjust the height, you can flip the screen ...
HP L1902No Frills - Does the job. (192 words)
by piggole - written on 17/03/11 (Somewhat useful, 45 readings)
and forwards enough to get rid of refelections from ceiling lights. The only criticism I have is that the monitor itself is not height adjustable. If you needed to raise it, you must buy a monitor stand or else put it in top of some kind of desk organiser. The unit is a bit heavy, but this is only an issue when you are moving it regularly. You also get exactly what you expect - a full 19 inches across the diagonal of full viewing ...
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