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Gateway HX2000 bmd 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 9, 2010 5 Comments

  • Classy all-black design, perfect fit for any room in the house
  • Using a very high contrast ratio of 10000 – 1, this monitor delivers excellent picture quality
  • 16 – 9 widescreen advantage, plays back without the image distortion
  • Rapid 5 ms response time, reduces deviations in transition time to deliver high-quality moving images
  • It is engineered to deliver optimum brightness for most common usages

Product Description
The HX2000 LCD is designed to make viewing images easy on the eyes and colors pop off the screen….

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Gateway HX2000 bmd 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black

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5 Responses to “Gateway HX2000 bmd 20-Inch Widescreen LCD Display – Black”

  1. Camaslady says on: 9 April 2010 at 4:48 pm

    This monitor is fantastic. I had an older monitor that came with my computer and did not realize the clarity that the new ones have. Although not very knowledgable about computers, I was able to install it myself. It would be nice if there were better instructions and in print rather than a disk. Without a working monitor, I could not see the owners manual! Also, since my son or son-in-law usually install accessories, I had a hard time with the cables. I didn’t know you had to use a screwdriver to get them in and out. I am probably lucky that I didn’t ruin my computer by pulling on the cable ends for over an hour. I do like the monitor a lot and just hope that it is installed correctly! It works.

  2. John Mason says on: 9 April 2010 at 5:40 pm

    I was using a laptop for years. This is great. Nice price, prompt delivery, all I could ask for. I am happy with this purchase.

  3. A. Sherman says on: 9 April 2010 at 7:19 pm

    I really like this product. It goes perfectly with my computer and hooks up perfectly to my kvm!

  4. banks says on: 9 April 2010 at 7:19 pm

    When ordring this Gateway black wide screen thru amazon.com the black widescreen shipped to me inside of 3 days boxed and packaged very nice. The wide screen itself is 20 inches in diagnal width and after i connected it, the screen adjusted automatically to give me a clear,colorfull picture.The size of the screen and picture quality is WELL worth the price. Oh i will do this again.

  5. Hyperworld dotbiz says on: 9 April 2010 at 10:03 pm

    For years I have told all my friends, family, and coworkers to avoid Gateway. Anyone I have ever known who owned a Gateway computer has had problems with it. My Dad worked for UPS and he told me they would ship computers to random people who never ordered it, hoping they would accept the COD for it, and sometimes he would have a dozen large computer boxes he would need to send back to Gateway. This shady practice speaks volumes about Gateway as a company. I went to a big box store to buy a computer, and as a package deal it included a monitor. It was displayed with a different monitor, but this Gateway HX2000 was the one that was actually as part of the deal. I initally told the salesman I would give up the $80 price break and buy a different monitor. Then I remembered that Acer bought them, and have never had a monitor go bad on me, and I have owned many since I own a web design company. So against my better judgement I bought this monitor.

    After 3 hours of operation the backlight no longer functions, and the screen is black. The screen actually lights up for a couple seconds,then turns itself off. I knew immediately this was hardware failure. Yet the Gateway tech I contacted thought it was related to the BIOS. I explained to him it worked fine, and the BIOS was never changed. He still refused to honor the warranty until I checked the BIOS. He couldn’t even tell me what settings in the BIOS to check. He said some really dumb things, but I won’t list them here. But I said you must be in India, which he confirmed. I contacted a different tech who also had poor english, and did get them to honor the warranty. But it is going to cost me about $30 to ship, plus packing supplies, gasoline, and my time.

    Ok, I must be some kind of idiot since all these people are raving what a great monitor this is, right? Please go to a search engine and type in ‘gateway backlight problem’ and you will see hundreds of people with the same problem. Using a different search string I found thousands of people wanting Gateway to recall their monitors because they don’t last longer than a year. The problem is with three capacitors in the monitor. I am an electronics hobbyist, and used to be a certified technician, and can tell you capacitors cost about $0.10 (10 cents). They could have put high quality parts in for about 30 cents more. They could have saved all these people from having a defective $150 monitor for mere pocket change. I could just fix this problem myself, but I want to cost them money.

    This is a great looking monitor, and has a great picture. It is very reflective so that may be a turn-off to some people. However, this monitor is not reliable, so I would highly recommend getting the extended warranty if you want to take a gamble. I have a 17″ Sony monitor that is 6 years old, and I picked it up to use as a temp while this one is getting repaired, and it weighed twice as much. The construction is much more solid than the Gateway, and just feels like a higher-quality product. I hope I save someone a major headache with this review.

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