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HP vs17 17″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on April 7, 2010 2 Comments

  • Get the perfect viewing angle for your body with the adjustable tilt (from-5 to 30 degrees) and height
  • Enjoy sharp, beautiful viewing with the maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 at 75Hz and up to 16 million colors
  • Watch DVD movies, edit photos, and play games in complete visual comfort on the antiglare LCD screen
  • Downsize the bulk on your desk with this monitor’s slim profile and unobtrusive side buttons
  • Adjust the on-screen controls as you prefer

Product Description
Make the most of today’s colorful multimedia with this flat-panel monitor, which provides up to 31.7% more viewing area than the 15″ HP vs15 monitor. Spacious yet compact, the monitor has integrated speakers, which means you have two fewer things on your desk. And since it’s got a detachable base, you can even mount it on the wall (Mounting hardware sold separately) Set up fast with the plug-and-play installation Help protect the environment – this model is full…

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HP vs17 17″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor

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2 Responses to “HP vs17 17″ Flat-Panel LCD Monitor”

  1. F. C. Johnson says on: 7 April 2010 at 5:37 am

    I really love this monitor. I was afraid it would be grainy or the picture would be jumpy while watching movies or videos. They are much more clear than my old laptop that I have. (IBM Thinkpad x20)

    The 17″ screen is a plus too, large enough but not too large.

  2. Music Fan Jeff says on: 7 April 2010 at 5:48 am

    I don’t have experience with a lot of different LCD monitors, but I do regularly use one at my job (an NEC AccuSync LCD72V). I would say that the HP model was much easier for me to set up. Apart from needing to adjust the contrast and brightness (because ALL displays of any type seem to be calibrated to be too bright), the HP was truly a plug and play device. The NEC, on the other hand, kept giving me messages that it wanted to change the resolution to what it considered was optimal — the only problem being that when I allowed it to change to its desired default setting, I could not tolerate how small everything looked on the screen.

    As for comparing LCD and CRT computer monitors, I must say that there is something seductive about photos and graphics when viewed on an LCD. There just seems to be more dimensionality and the colors seem more vibrant. When it comes to text, however, neither LCD monitor I’ve used has text as sharp as what I’m used to using my old 19″ CRT monitor.

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