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HP vs15 15″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 19, 2010 5 Comments

  • Savor the view afforded by the 1024 x 768 at 60Hz maximum resolution and up to 16 million colors
  • Up to 450 – 1 contrast ratio
  • 16 milliseconds response time
  • Experience the full multimedia world of DVDs and music with sound from the integrated speakers
  • Play games, watch movies, and edit photos in total comfort on the height-adjustable, antiglare screen

Product Description
Looking for the perfect monitor for you and your desk? This LCD flat panel tilts (from -5 to 30 degrees) to the optimal spot for your body and eyes. It also has speakers tucked inside; you don’t have to clear a place for them. And if you want to save even more space by mounting it on the wall, that’s no problem-it has a detachable base (mounting hardware sold separately) Downsize the bulk on your desk with this monitor’s slim profile and unobtrusive side buttons …

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HP vs15 15″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “HP vs15 15″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor”

  1. Charles Rogers says on: 19 April 2010 at 5:56 am

    I had the same blackout problem, only mine occured with about two weeks left on my warranty. It didn’t help. I’ve had five telephone contacts with HP Tech Support. On the initial call the technician diagnosed the monitor as defective and told me HP would replace it at no charge, but since then all I’ve gotten is the run-around. Everytime I think we are about to get this issue resolved, the HP staff comes up with another roadblock. On every call I’ve had to re-submit all my personal info and the info about my monitor (e.g. serial number, etc), which leaves me wondering why HP even bothers to assign a service ticket # if the file doesn’t include the info. Three of the calls have ended with me being told, after several minutes of discussing the problem with the tech, that “Our system is down for an upgrade at the moment…can you call back later?” I’m convinced that line is part of the script the techs follow. On the most recent call I thought we were making progress, only to be told at the end that the serial number on my monitor did not match any of HP’s records. I’m on the verge of giving up and buying a brand new monitor…which most definitely will not be made by HP.

  2. captain daddy says on: 19 April 2010 at 8:49 am

    My daughter’s HP vs15 monitor just blacked out. It is deader than a doornail. Based on the other reviews I have seen, I will not even bother calling HP customer service. It appears that they consider these cheap little monitors to be expendable items, like ink cartridges. Avoid!

  3. D. DeVille says on: 19 April 2010 at 11:00 am

    I have never written a review but I had to add my two cents on this monitor. I bought it almost four years ago and it is still going strong. I am on my computer for hours every day and not one blackout or any problem has occurred. I have moved several times and the monitor has been dropped and knocked off my desk accidentally and it still looks new. I LOVE this monitor!

  4. Kristen says on: 19 April 2010 at 1:15 pm

    I’ve had this monitor for nearly three years, and I’ve never had a problem with it blacking out. The same can’t be said for my hard drive, but at least the monitor works!

  5. whitlite says on: 19 April 2010 at 2:15 pm

    We also obtained the monitor as part of a package with computer and printer. Our 3 year extended warranty only covered the computer, we were told today. Less than three years seems a short product life for a monitor. I guess we were luckier than some who purchased one. I would NOT recommend this one.

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