Performance ZR2440w reviews and prices: : Monitor

7 customer reviews

This monitor is a good all rounder.

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8.9 out of 10 based on 7 reviews.
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Carl, Colchester

Score 10.0/10
Good points:
Excellent picture straight out of the box, just had to do a small amount of brightness and contrast adjustment, Good build quality,solid stand, very easy to set up, and adjust the height, also plenty of connectivity options, and the USB ports come in handy too...and no stuck pixels!!!
Bad points:
Just a little on the expensive side.
Overall rating 10.0
How easy to set-up 10.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 10.0
Value for money 9.0
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Confirmed purchase: 21 Aug 2012


Score 7.0/10
Good points:
Bad points:
Overall rating 7.0
How easy to set-up 10.0
Image quality 8.0
Build Quality 8.0
Value for money 5.0
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Confirmed purchase: 15 May 2013

Ken, Chorley Lancs

Score 9.0/10
Good points:
Great screen with very little frame. Bright image, used only in HD mode with a HDMI cable. No flicker perfectly stable.
Bad points:
There are no bad points whatsoever.
Overall rating 9.0
How easy to set-up 10.0
Image quality 10.0
Build Quality 10.0
Value for money 8.0
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Confirmed purchase: 02 Jan 2013


Manufacturer's Description

It’s been about 18 months since we saw some interesting new models from HP. They have of course been producing monitors and computers for many years, but it was back in September 2008 when they sparked our interest with the launch of their HP LP2475W monitor. This was an interesting model featuring an IPS panel and some pretty high end specs which at the time were quite unique in the 24" sector. There were hardly any IPS panels at this size available and the LP2475W became the first of a new wave of screens offering this technology to the masses. Around the same time HP released a 22" equivalent, again breaking from the market norm of TN Film panels, and offering a model based on S-PVA technology. Their LP2275W also became a bit of a trend setter and other manufacturers soon followed with IPS, MVA and PVA offerings in this kind of size range. In April 2010 they released their ZR range of monitors as well, including a new 24" offering and a new 21.5" model. The ZR24W was another IPS addition to the 24" market and was a very popular choice since it was again breaking market trends. It was not following the pattern of high gamut colour spaces which was becoming popular with manufacturers at the time, instead being a rare standard gamut IPS offering in the 24" space.

Now HP have released a collection of 4 new models in their ZR range of screens, again bound to attract a lot of attention. There are models available in sizes of 20, 21.5, 24 and 27 inches. We have already reviewed in detail the 21.5" ZR2240w and 27" ZR2740w, and now we have with us the 24" model for a full test. This 24" model is called the ZR2440w. HP have stuck with IPS panel technology throughout the range and also now combined this with the currently popular W-LED backlighting.

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