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HP W1707 17-inch LCD Monitor

Written By: Best Sellers LCD Monitor on March 31, 2010 5 Comments

  • 17 Inch Diagonal Thin Film Transistor LCD Active Matrix
  • 1440 x 900 Widescreen Resolution/ Typical Contrast Ratio 500:1
  • HP BrightView Technology Reduces Glare From External Sources
  • Integrated Speakers Drive Great Sound and Prevent Clutter from Separate Speakers and Wires
  • Includes Power Cable, VGA Cable, Audio Cable, CD with Instructions, and Warranty Card

Product Description
HP W1707 17 Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor. HP’s 17 inch diagonal Widescreen Flat Panel Computer Monitor offers more viewing area for computer games, spreadsheets, and web pages with optimal clarity. The W1707 also has built in speakers, allowing you to keep your desk clutter free or make room for other stuff. Both VGA and DVI-D enable a choice of connections to your computer. Fine tune the customizable controls. Compatible with HP Easy Clip accessories, sold separatel…

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HP W1707 17-inch LCD Monitor

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5 Responses to “HP W1707 17-inch LCD Monitor”

  1. M. Moran says on: 31 March 2010 at 5:38 pm

    After recently burning out my old screen, I bought this and was very disappointed in the sound quality. Whatever the sound is above a certain volume the screen makes a buzzing noise, even if nothing (music, videos, etc) is playing. This means you either have to unplug the sound cable or lower the sound drastically by using the monitor’s settings.

    Not only that, but the picture quality could certainly be better.

    I foresee a return in my future.

  2. A. Johnson says on: 31 March 2010 at 7:37 pm

    I really like this monitor. I have had it over a year with no problems. There are only two little issues I had, neither with the quality of the monitor – first, when it was shipped, I somehow thought it would be in a plain box, but it was shipped in its original box, meaning there was a obvious monitor box sitting on my front porch for everyone to see. I am glad it didn’t get swiped! The other issue is – be aware that the screen will look very different if you hit menu, quickview, then movie or gaming options — instead of text. Somehow this got changed on my computer (my son!) and it took me a long time to figure out why the screen and text looked so off! Just something to be aware of. Overall, great product one year in!

  3. Ernesto says on: 31 March 2010 at 8:25 pm

    This monitor took a bit of figuring to get the setting right, but once I did I couldn’t be more delighted. I personally did not have any trouble with glare or reflections. I would suggest that if this is a problem, you might consider turning off lamp behind you that are facing the screen. I bought this monitor most of all for its widescreen configuration. I have a hard time with the boxy types which make reading the texts or looking at images somewhat claustraphobic. This monitor is smaller than my previous monitor if you just measure by square inches, but it feels twice as big and takes up much less space. The speakers are nothing to shout about, but I didn’t buy this for gaming or watching movies. I have some speakers I could add on, but this monitor meets all of my needs just as it is and a fair price.

  4. Robbie Riehn says on: 31 March 2010 at 8:59 pm

    The monitor itself is great! I had to buy a new computer and my old LCD screen was aweful so I got this one. It’s very clear, and I’ve never had any problems with it. The speakers are not very good. I’d suggest saving up and buy the 30watt system. I love the keyboard tray. When I grade papers I push the keyboard up in the tray so that it’s out of the way and I can spread out. If I ever buy another monitor it will be this kind, but maybe a little bigger.

  5. Sammy says on: 31 March 2010 at 10:07 pm

    I have had absolutely no problems whatsoever with this unit. The picture is bright and clear. I especially like the feature in which you can select different display settings based on what you will be viewing, instead of manually changing contrast and all that good stuff. Some of the preset modes include:





    The text mode seems to be the most accurate in terms of color, but I have tested the different modes and they all complement what you’re viewing perfectly.

    The built-in speakers definitely should not be used as your primary mode of audio output, but they work fine, just a bit tinny.

    The glossy coating on the screen gives everything a sharper appearance. That is perhaps the best part of this product; in fact, when I was looking around, I specifically looked for the glossy coating.

    As far as input options go, it has a VGA input and a DVI input. You can quickly switch between the two.

    If your computer was previously running a traditional square monitor, you will need to install the widescreen driver in order to make the aspect ratio correct (this monitor operates on a 16:9 ratio) The installation disk is included, and is easy to install.

    As far as style, I would have to say it tops everyone else. Very cool looking.

    All in all this has been a fantastic monitor, and suits my needs just fine. I would buy it again in a heartbeat. You can’t go wrong with HP.

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