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HP L2335 – LCD display – TFT – 23″ – 1920 x 1200 / 60 Hz – 250 cd/m2 – 500:1 – 16 ms – 0.258 mm – DVI-I, VGA – silver, carbon

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 7, 2010 5 Comments

  • 23-inch flat panel monitor for workstation and power users
  • 170-degree viewing angles
  • 5-pin D-sub analog, DVI digital interface, component video, composite video and s-video

Product Description
The HP Flat Panel Monitor L2335 is an optimum 23-inch flat panel monitor for workstation and power users. Providing ultra-sharp 1920 x 1200 resolutions on a massive 23-inch viewable wide aspect screen that outperforms many high-end CRTs.A 16: 9 wide aspect screen instead of the traditional 4: 3 square display lets you choose an extra-wide landscape display, or pivot the screen 90 degrees for an extra-long portrait display.The monitor offers exceptional clarity with …

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HP L2335 – LCD display – TFT – 23″ – 1920 x 1200 / 60 Hz – 250 cd/m2 – 500:1 – 16 ms – 0.258 mm – DVI-I, VGA – silver, carbon

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5 Responses to “HP L2335 – LCD display – TFT – 23″ – 1920 x 1200 / 60 Hz – 250 cd/m2 – 500:1 – 16 ms – 0.258 mm – DVI-I, VGA – silver, carbon”

  1. Dean says on: 7 April 2010 at 5:23 pm

    Use on eof these at work. Woudlnt buy this if it was half the price. Picture is grainy regardless of setting and case is cheap plastic. this model is without any real quality components. Avoid HP products in general. Poor workmanship!

  2. Dave says on: 7 April 2010 at 7:46 pm

    I bought 2 of these to replace my ViewSonic VP181 dual monitor setup. I am a programmer, so I mainly work with text. The HP’s are nice monitors, but for text display they don’t match the Samsung 243T. I found this out when, being disappointed with the image displayed by my new monitors, I went to CompUSA and compared the HPL2335 side-by-side with a ViewSonic and the Samsung 243T. For displaying text, the 243T was the clear winner of these 3, followed by the HP. Of course the 243T costs a significant amount more than the HP. (FYI, the test was run with VGA input and we couldn’t include the Apple monitor in the test because of this.) In my own experience, I just didn’t feel that the HP L2335 lived up to its specs. I don’t know of any similar monitor that is a better value, so I still rate this one 4 stars, but for my own needs I’m going to have to find something that renders text more crisply, even if it either costs more or is smaller (say the Samsung 213T). However, if you have your heart set on this HP monitor, go ahead and get one.

    UPDATE: I went back to the same store for another side-by-side test, and this time the HPL2335 displayed text more crisply and clearly than the Samsung. The Viewsonic still came in third. I could not find an explanation for the change in results. I decided to keep my HP L2335’s. I upgraded my video cables, and I’m very happy with the monitors now. I think they represent the best bargain in this size range (at the time of my purchase).

  3. Gadgester says on: 7 April 2010 at 10:27 pm

    Even running at its dazzling native resolution, image quality is what I consider “below-average”, i.e., when compared to other LCD monitors. If you want a large size and high resolution, the HP is a good choice. But, HP’s dead pixel policy is less than generous.

  4. Mike Whitton says on: 7 April 2010 at 11:22 pm

    The widescreen LCD is great. 23″ is more than enough, I am really happy with this LCD and would recommend it to anyone…

  5. J. Vallelunga says on: 8 April 2010 at 12:55 am

    We bought 7 of these for work. Two arrived DOA with black horizontal bands (squeezing the case made them better or worse).

    We returned these two and a week later got two in exchange. BOTH of these replacements were also DOA with the same problem!

    Of the ones that worked, none would sync properly at the native resolution of 1920×1200 without LOTS of trial and error manipulation of the clock and clock phase (This is only in analog usage). Once we achieved sync, they did seem to work properly.

    There are some other minor quality issues, but overall the displays seem ok once working properly

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