HP w2207 22-inch LCD Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
When most people think of Hewlett-Packard, monitors are not usually what first comes to mind. However, HP has been manufacturing some top-notch LCD monitors for the past few years, and its a shame that more people are not aware of it. DigitalTrends has just reviewed the HP w2207 22-inch LCD monitor.
Lets see what they had to say:
The HP w2207 is a great 22-inch LCD monitor thats well-designed and aesthetically pleasing. With its low-glare, glossy screen, 5ms response time, and 1000:1 contrast ratio, the w2007s operating specs are just what most people need. The added USB 2.0 hub and speakers (though marginal) are also important additions. At an average price of $350 USD, it certainly isn't the cheapest around, but then again, you're probably not in the market for "cheap. When shopping for a 22-inch LCD, compare specs against your needs and choose the best option for you. The w2207 is a solid product, ideally suited for almost everything, from Word to World of Warcraft.
Ive read quite a few reviews on this particular LCD monitor, and many are stating it has the best overall image quality in its class. It is definitely priced in the upper-range for 22 models, but it appears to be worth the extra money. If you are looking for a slightly cheaper alternative, take a look at the Samsung 226BW, which is by far the best selling 22 LCD monitor on the market, and should satisfy most users needs.
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