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HP 22f Full HD 21.5" 60Hz IPS Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver, Ultra Slim £79 at AO
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HP 22f Full HD 21.5" 60Hz IPS Monitor with AMD FreeSync - Silver, Ultra Slim £79 at AO

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Posted 29th Sep

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Went to buy this on Amazon but out of stock. Luckily AO have it in stock. IPS with a really slim design.

Key Features
  • Full HD with LED - sharper images and colours than HD
  • Fast 5 millisecond response time for smooth visuals
  • HDMI and VGA ports - connect your external devices
  • Standard refresh rate of 60Hz
  • Clever technology minimises image stuttering

Product OverviewThis 22 inch monitor from HP offers a stunning visuals. Thanks to the Full HD LED screen, the picture will come to life with colour and detail, while the 5 millisecond response time and 60Hz refresh rate will make everything run super-smoothly. Plus, you’ll be able to easily connect it to your setup, as it has both HDMI and VGA ports. And, it’s perfect for watching films and videos too, as clever technology minimises image stuttering.
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ws00729/09/2019 15:53

I'm not even sure why they. Make monitors this small now :/


Agreed.

Setting this up in my 11 bedroom house with 7 bathrooms. Not even sure why they make one bedroom apartments anymore.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 29th Sep
'Fast 5 millisecond response time for smooth visuals'
lol
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Impressive, it looks like a lovely picture. Very vibrant colours. Much better than my current monitor.
'Fast 5 millisecond response time for smooth visuals'
lol
I'm not even sure why they. Make monitors this small now :/
ws00729/09/2019 15:53

I'm not even sure why they. Make monitors this small now :/


Agreed.

Setting this up in my 11 bedroom house with 7 bathrooms. Not even sure why they make one bedroom apartments anymore.
Edited by: "spinach_pie" 29th Sep
spinach_pie29/09/2019 16:08

Agreed. Setting this up in my 11 bedroom house with 7 bathrooms. Not even …Agreed. Setting this up in my 11 bedroom house with 7 bathrooms. Not even sure why they make one bedroom apartments anymore.


? If you're implying you can only fit this size of monitor in your residents, you must be a very thin person indeed , and I'm quite jealous.
So cancelled my AO order earlier and ordered from Argos who have it for £1 more.

This thing is seriously light and so thin. It looks gorgeous and the screen is fantastic. Near enough completely bezel-less.

If you are in two minds, I wouldn't hesitate. Took 1 minute to screw the base and it's ready.
Great price. Anyone got links to any reputable reviews?
They've gone to the effort of making it slim but then had horizontal ports on the back instead of vertical ones
Heat added.
Personally I don't like buying a monitor without VESA mounting points, I also don't like the external power brick models either.
I also get Jimmyboys point (I assume he means the ports coming out the bottom instead of the back) - I guess that's what right angled connectors are for... (although that does seem to be a form over function design choice)
Great price
I have this screen with VESA mount.
It's ok for basics but the Ghosting is absolutely nightmare, whenever you move a mouse or watching the video whatever everything looks so blurred when the movement is on the screen. I can't recommend this screen. Replaced with also cheap but far better lenovo and the difference is staggering and the lenovo was considered to be low tier screen so you can only imagine what this IPS from HP is representing in terms of overall quality.
This is nice. I had one, overclocked it to 75hz. Backlight bleed was annoying however.
Jimmyboy29/09/2019 21:17

They've gone to the effort of making it slim but then had horizontal ports …They've gone to the effort of making it slim but then had horizontal ports on the back instead of vertical ones


I think it's because it's not wall mountable or else they would be vertical
MuhibRasheed29/09/2019 22:34

This is nice. I had one, overclocked it to 75hz. Backlight bleed was …This is nice. I had one, overclocked it to 75hz. Backlight bleed was annoying however.


How do you overclock refresh rate? Didn't know that was a thing lol
mazen18730/09/2019 08:39

I think it's because it's not wall mountable or else they would be vertical


I guess so. Although have seen plenty of TVs with horizontal ports yet still have the VESA mounting points.
mazen18730/09/2019 08:41

How do you overclock refresh rate? Didn't know that was a thing lol


I would like to know this too I've never heard of monitor over locking.
ismaildeals12329/09/2019 14:55

'Fast 5 millisecond response time for smooth visuals'lol


Was frowning my brows in confusion with "5ms" and "fast" in the same sentence there 😄
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