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HP LP2475w 24-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor 384.31 delivered (after quidco+voucher) (92% or 102% gamut ???)
HP LP2475w 24-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor 384.31 delivered (after quidco+voucher) (92% or 102% gamut ???)

HP LP2475w 24-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor 384.31 delivered (after quidco+voucher) (92% or 102% gamut ???)

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Impressive performance: enjoy crisp, clear, high-resolution onscreen presentation from the 1000:1 contrast ratio, sharp resolutions to 1920 x 1200, an extra-bright screen, and 92% color gamut on a 24-inch diagonal wide-aspect screen.

? Adjustable comfort: get comfortable with adjustable height, tilt, swivel and 90-degree pivot rotation. The built-in HP Quick Release enables wall and arm mounting and tiling of multiple units for panoramic displays (mounting hardware sold separately)

? Smart software: help protect against image retention and reduce energy costs with HP Display LiteSaver, which allows prescheduled Sleep mode. Adjust monitor settings and enable theft deterrence through the connected PC with HP Display Assistant.

? Enhanced connectivity: get connected with DVI-I, component, S-video, composite, and DisplayPort inputs, as well as HDMI support for high-definition video. Enjoy quick peripheral connectivity from the monitor with the integrated six-port USB hub


voucher for 10% and free delivery: HPSPLDIS

review: tftcentral.co.uk/rev…htm

I tried to find the best price for this monitor over 4 weeks...

13 Comments

Looks like a nice price for it and I'm really tempted to get one myself but the wide gamut puts me off slightly.

Good price for a 24" 1080p compatible screen with an H-IPS panel. I'm guessing it's getting voted cold because for most people a much cheaper TN film panel would do the job, but if you need colour accuracy then this monitor sounds great.

Original Poster

i just copy the info from uk page

but:
this is from USA page:
Impressive performance
• Enjoy crisp, clear, high-resolution onscreen presentation from the 1000:1 contrast ratio, sharp resolutions to 1920 x 1200, an extra-bright screen, and [SIZE="4"]102% color[/SIZE] gamut on a 24-inch diagonal wide-aspect screen.

displayblog.com/200…or/

h10010.www1.hp.com/wwp…tml


You can decide it hot or not, but I spend several nights to check everything about that monitor and is one of the best in this price.
If someone find me better one, I will wait... I still can cancel the order.
hardforum.com/sho…971

korera;3093343

[SIZE="4"]102% color[/SIZE] gamut



I wish manufacturers would stop trying to quote gamut percentage on it's own, it's only useful information when it's accompanied by which colour standard it refers to.

I'm fairly sure this monitor is 92% of NTSC though, the US site could be refering to a different standard or just be wrong. If it is correct it's still a downside since It's still wide gamut.

Nice deal thanks. Considering getting 3 of these so the discounts add up and it's one of the best 24" displays available.

And I've now ordered 3 after lots of research which found this is about the best quality monitor for this price. I've ended up only paying £361 per monitor, which includes VAT and delivery (free).

This compares to lowest prices of around £440 inc VAT and delivery at other retailers, so a very good saving.

Yes I know you can get 24" monitors for a lot less than £361, but they don't compare in quality.

just got this for £320 from hp WOOT WOOT

20% code from here and 8% quidco :w00t: :prop:

jonnypb;3272623

just got this for £320 from hp WOOT WOOT20% code from here and 8% quidco … just got this for £320 from hp WOOT WOOT20% code from here and 8% quidco :w00t: :prop:



OK. Where's this 20% code then! Can't find it anywhere

pharm;3300297

OK. Where's this 20% code then! Can't find it anywhere



Oh wait, I'm being dumb. 20% expired, 15% still available though...

Hi there,

Where's the code for 15% dizzy ?

I am a photographer and colour accuracy is a must! This monitor is a steal at this price! Just ordered mine. Cheaper than ebuyer so excellent find.
Cheers!

Price is coming through as £383.98. Deal is still active, and hot for me!

Korera, did you end up buying this monitor in the end? It's difficult to see one in a store or something as this comes under their business store; I checked with PCWorld and some of the HP gold partners and none of them for display.

Can you mention some of your thoughts on it after a few months usage? What did you make of the oversaturation that occurs in non-colour managed apps? Input lag?

July issue of Custom PC gave this a premium grade award 90%
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