There’s a new business-oriented monitor on the market and it goes by the all-business name of HP LP2465. It's a 24-inch flat panel monitor that performs well with both text and graphics. Keep reading for a closer look.
Aside from being reasonably priced, this desktop display has a bright and colorful screen that boasts a 6 millisecond gray-to-gray pixelresponse time, which proves to be extremely useful when it comes to viewing graphics in the form of games and movies. All images viewed on this particular monitor will appear incredibly clear, crisp and vivid.
As previously stated, this particular monitor is designed for work station and high end business users, but it does have quite a few cool characteristics that home users and business owners alike will find appealing. For example, the thin-bezel silver-and-black base allows optimum adjustment capabilities -- it can tilt, swivel, pivot, move up and down, and tilt back and forth with ease. Adjusting your monitor to a comfortable position that fits your needs has just gotten that much easier. The flat panel monitor also includes a cunning on-screen menu that keeps a running tab of the number of hours the LCD screen has logged.
The HP LP2465 monitor is definitely aesthetically pleasing with its 16 x 10 wide-screen aspect ratio that will make you feel like you’re at the movies, but in terms of performance, the monitor fails miserably when it comes to connectivity. Many displays have ports for a vast number of consumer electronics like video game consoles, televisions, DVD players and in some cases, flash memory cards.
The connectivity options for theHP LP2465are decidedly more slim; just DVI ports and an integrated two-port USB hub. This lack of connectivity may not be too big of an issue for owners using this monitor in a business setting, but home users may not take too kindly to a monitor that has no component, no S-video, and no HDCP support.
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