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It's time for a monitor that's worthy of your family's content. When you're looking for the best specs at the right price, the 21.5" diagonal full HD display delivers with trusted HP performance and an all new sleek design.
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79 of 83 people found the following review helpful.
perfect display? No
Is this a stunning, perfect display? No, not really. But it is perfect as a low-cost secondary display for a laptop. I work from home frequently, and my little laptop screen wasn't cutting it to connect to the bigger dual-monitor display setup I have on my desk at work. I needed something that was fairly inexpensive, but would be easy on the eyes when I'm coding for work. I bought it along with a VESA adapter and a mounting arm, because I like to put my secondary displays in portrait mode, and the stand it comes with doesn't do that. Color and resolution seem pretty good. The back light is nice. There's a tiny bit of light bleed around the edge of mine, but I use it in a fully lit room during daytime hours, so it's not bothersome. I do wish that the place you put the VESA adapter or stand was more centered, because the monitor is a little wobbly, even on the arm I have it mounted on. Otherwise, it's a solid monitor considering I only paid $100 for it. If you're looking for some fancy display for watching high definition movies and playing games, maybe this isn't it. But if you need a second or third monitor for internet browsing / writing code / basic stuff, this is a good choice.
80 of 87 people found the following review helpful.
HP 22" FTW
By John Doe
A good modern PC monitor at a good price. I chose this model for several reasons - full HD resolution, non touch-screen (meaning it will stay clean), 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, the black color (I dont care for white/silver electronics), perfect size for my deskspace, IPS, its reasonable sub 100$ tag, LED Backlighting, Energy Star Certified, and of course the HDMI port!! That was a must have feature for me, as my PC also sports HDMI. This replaced a 20" LCD monitor (VGA) I have had since 2007.
What a great monitor this is! This is my first HP monitor and I must say I am impressed. I was surprised at how much lighter it is in comparison to my old monitor. Setup was easy just a few minutes. The HD picture quality of this using HDMI is so clear. I also dig the attractive slim (screen fronted) bezel design and thin side profile. Glad it doesnt have some light bleeding issues like I've read some other monitors have. That would be unacceptable to me as I do also watch movies on it in a dark room. No dead or stuck pixels thankfully. A BIG thx to HP for putting a way to turn off the very bright power button in the settings. It does suck that HP includes an (outdated) VGA cable and not an HDMI -don't be so cheap HP -spend the additional 20 cents for bulk HDMIs. Sure you can spend more $$ and go bigger (albeit w no resolution increase), however for the price you can't go wrong w the 22. I would recommend it. 5 stars baby! Thx also to amazon for the free fast shipping
159 of 174 people found the following review helpful.
Stunning Display Not To Be A 4K
By Innocent Bystander
So far I love it. Screen is just right for my limited space. A 1080p monitor with hdmi and IPS is a steal at $100, its that simple people. See my pics.