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And in the business space there are plenty of reasons why a Gamers might want to take a look at the LP too, especially if you have a thing for HP monitors. We were informed by HP that there is in fact one hidden on the side of the neck behind a rubber wall which helps conceal the cables.
It works quite well. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. It has the styling and features you would expect for an office or workspace setting; which is both good and bad. It lacks the black lacquer or shiny silver finishes we have seen of late. Instead you get a black bezel and neck with a little bit of silver trim outlining the monitor. There is a good reason for this particular design though; it will hold up well against fingerprints, dirt and grime and general rough use.
The bezels are also very thin on all sides allowing you to set multiple monitors side-by-side for a multi-view setup without a huge gap between the screens. The LP comes with a quick release which lets you quickly detach the monitor from its neck allowing it to be mounted on a wall, aftermarket arm, or other VESA compliant products.
The quick release is the first of its kind that we have seen and works pretty well. The LP comes with excellent swivel capabilities, up to a degree angle, and can be adjusted for exceptional vertical height. The screen can pivot into portrait mode for CAD designers, doctors and nurses or other professionals that made need their monitor to work in this mode.
There is an indention behind the top of the monitor which acts as a handle for when you want to move the The LP is missing a true cable management system, so you will likely see the dangling cables in one form or another. Feature-wise, the LP pretty much has it all.
You can purchase a small speaker add-on which mounts under the monitor and gives you stereo sound. There are two DVI inputs on the back of the LP which allow you to connect two devices to it simultaneously, perhaps another computer, or another device with video output.
The power button is located at the bottom right corner of the bezel. HP backs the LP with a three-year warranty and world-wide tech support designed for businesses so you are not left hanging. We still felt that the consumer-centric HP F is a brighter monitor, but not by much.
The LP has fairly deep black levels and the grayscale is good enough for a positive DVD playback experience. Transitions between light and dark scenes were very smooth with little, if any, pixelization. The black levels are dark enough to where hospitals could use the LP for accurate X-Ray viewing for example. Those who do a lot of writing will find the LP to be a suitable partner.
Text is very sharp with true-looking white backgrounds. You can adjust the brightness to softer levels if you want without getting the fading effect that some monitors give off. Believe it or not, the LP actually has a faster response rate than the F 8ms versus 12ms but it was hard to distinguish the difference between the two monitors. We even heard that BenQ will be announcing a 2ms LCD here in the states shortly, so you may want to save your money for that bad boy. Overall the LP was a very solid performer.
Conclusion HP has another winner on their hands in the LP Where areas the F is clearly meant for the home, the LP is better used for business purposes. We found the LP to be an extremely versatile monitor with an excellent image, perfect for those that need the very best.
Sure you are paying a premium price for the LP, but you get world-wide tech support designed for businesses, plus this is a very reliable monitor, and we will probably buy a couple for use in our offices ourselves.
How is that for standing behind our review?
HP LP2065 20-inch LCD Monitor Manuals
Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating instructions. If the monitor is not operating properly or has been dropped or damaged, contact an authorized HP dealer, reseller, or service provider. Disconnect the monitor by grasping the plug firmly and pulling it from the outlet. Never disconnect the monitor by pulling the cord. You can substantially increase the life expectancy of the monitor by using a screen saver program and turning off the monitor when not in use. These openings must not be blocked or covered.
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