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Hewlett-Packard 30-Inch Lcd Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 12, 2010 5 Comments

  • HP LP3065 30-inch wide LCD monitor
  • Hewlett-Packard

Product Description
Stop your co-workers in their tracks with the stunning new 30-inch diagonal HP LP3065 Flat Panel Monitor. This flagship monitor features best-in-class performance and presentation features on a huge wide-aspect screen while letting you work as comfortably as possible – you might even forget you’re at the office….

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Hewlett-Packard 30-Inch Lcd Monitor

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5 Responses to “Hewlett-Packard 30-Inch Lcd Monitor”

  1. gadgetmaster says on: 12 April 2010 at 3:12 pm

    Three DVI inputs is great, but there is only ONE USB input. Without USB input switching ability HP should have just left off the USB entirely.

    Inclusion of USB hub input switching feature wouldn’t be earth shattering. The Mitsubishi 2020u from 1998 had two upstream USB ports and could automatically flip the USB input when the video input was changed.

  2. George H. Wells Jr. says on: 12 April 2010 at 5:36 pm

    As several others have pointed out, you need a dual-link DVI port to drive this monitor and then only in its native 2560×1600 mode. It will not work with DisplayPort-to-DVI adaptors because they only support single-link DVI. If you use one of these adaptors, the monitor will display at 1280×800.

  3. K. Rajan says on: 12 April 2010 at 8:13 pm

    I purchased this from amazon. one day shipping. Resolution is amazing but at certain brightness levels i see noise in the white areas on the desktop. For example, the white backround of word showed noise like a grey glimmering particles at certain brightness levels. If I am spending over a grand on a monitor, it should not do this… I ended up with a 27 inch Acer B273HU monitor from tiger direct, as amazon does not sell this yet, it works great.

  4. T. McCray says on: 12 April 2010 at 9:52 pm

    Quality of this monitor prompted me to write my first (short and sweet) review ever.

    Paired with a Matrox M9125 Dual-Link PCIExpress x 16 video card, installed in a Dell Optiplex 760 with WinXP.

    Sharp, bright, clear, unbelievable.

    I use 4 21″ monitors at work, and I would prefer this as single monitor replacement (or maybe dual if I can figure out desktop space. Vertically stacked would be awesome).

    $1000 at HP.com for the monitor, but deals can be had elsewhere as well. (Bought 3 for work).

  5. P. Warren says on: 12 April 2010 at 10:47 pm

    I bought one of these about 2 years ago, installed it at my office. If like me you do a lot of work with spreadsheets, word processing and web browsing, often simultaneously, you will be absolutely bowled over by the convenience of having all that real estate (2560×1600 pixels) at a no-compromise, very comfortable dot-pitch and overall image quality. Eureka! Thank you HP! In a sense, I ended up paying twice what I thought it would cost me, because it only took a week before working on anything less became intolerable. So, I had to buy a second unit for my home office. But I have no regrets. If I had the decision to do over again, knowing what I do now, I’d probably be willing to pay $4000 for the pair of LP3065s. I took the trouble to write this review because I was shocked to find a significant fraction of reviews being lukewarm or worse about this product. Granted, it’s not for everyone. But if you often work with multiple applications running simultaneously, and your budget can possibly afford this monitor, you should run, not walk, to get yourself one (or two).

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