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HP F50 15″ LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 14, 2010 5 Comments

  • 1,024 x 768 resolution, 0.297 mm pixel pitch
  • Analog and digital DVI-D inputs
  • 300:1 contrast ratio, 200-nit brightness
  • 120-degree horizontal, 90-degree vertical viewing angles
  • Slim design, small 14.4-by-8.5-inch footprint

Product Description
Flat is where it’s at. The slim profile looks elegant on your desk, and it saves space too! Get superior performance from the HP Pavilion F50 flat panel display. It features 15″ flat panel screen with an anti-glare coating and customizable settings that allow you to work or play games comfortably. The HP Pavilion F50 provides optimal resolution at 1024×768 for outstanding DVD, imaging and Internet performance. Its stylish, elegant design lends a high-tech vibe to yo…

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HP F50 15″ LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “HP F50 15″ LCD Monitor”

  1. Anonymous says on: 14 April 2010 at 5:00 am

    I don’t own this moniter myself, but I used it for a while at my friends house. When I first used it, I didn’t think it was a flat screen, because it wan’t any brighter or sharper than any other moniters. When you stare at the text and the pictures you can read it, but theres nothing really special to it. The bad part is when you scroll. When your scroll down, all the text, pictures, ect…become VERY blurry. It just looks like a big blob. If your a person who likes to scroll and read at the same time (like me), than this isn’t the right moniter for you.

  2. Mark Flacke says on: 14 April 2010 at 5:42 am

    DON’T but it! I bought an HP home PC almost two years ago, which included an F50 monitor. The monitor itself has great clarity and color and a nice aesthetic quality as well. The problem is a horizontal line of pixels burnt out about 1 1/2 years after I bought it. So basically I have a horizontal black line running dead center throught my monitor. When I called HP Support they told me my monitor needed to be replaced. I find this unacceptable after only a year and a half of use.

  3. Sharon Smith says on: 14 April 2010 at 7:07 am

    The monitor has performed perfectly. No problems in one year’s time. Would recommend to others.

  4. Alex B. says on: 14 April 2010 at 7:42 am

    Hoo boy, where to start. This monitor, while a bit pricey at first was a great buy. It is very bright at the highest contrast and has a nice auto adjust function. When first setting it up, it was very off balance at different resolutions, so I pressed the auto adjust key. It works wonders. I like the included functions and would buy it a gain if given the chance. Th real letdown was the max resolution of 1024×768. I can look past that knowing I will never se anything higher than that. Very worth it.

  5. Anonymous says on: 14 April 2010 at 10:15 am

    Purchased this monitor to use with a W98 ‘old’ customized computer and it works great! Was a bit blurry at first, but ran the f50.exe adjustment program, then hit the ‘auto’adjustment button on the monitor and now its perfect! I would purchase another!

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