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HP 2311x 23-Inch LED Monitor - Black

by HP
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  • Full HD 1920 X 1080 resolution
  • 3,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • LED backlighting
  • Ultra-slim 23-Inch diagonal monitor
  • 170/160 degree viewing angles
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 22 x 16.4 inches ; 8.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004G8QO5C
  • Item model number: 2311x
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 11, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

HP Pavilion 2311x 23" LED LCD Monitor XP598AA#ABA LCD Flat Panel Displays

From the Manufacturer

With an ultra-slim profile, the stylish HP 2311x monitor looks perfect on any desktop and takes up minimal space. This monitor delivers Full HD viewing and easily connects to desktop or notebook PCs. It also has an HDMI input so you can connect to a TV or other video source. Tilt and slide adjustments give you a comfortable view, and QuickView modes are optimized to match screen performance with the content of your choice.


Key Specs

Key Specs

Product Overview

Full HD. Thin profile. Less environmental impact.

Take in a sharp, detailed, Full HD view while surfing the Internet, working on projects, editing videos, or streaming shows online with the HP 2311x monitor. This exceptionally slim monitor helps reduce environmental impact with LED backlighting and other features.


This Product Has

Full HD
Full HD
See incredibly sharp, high-definition images from wherever you’re watching


Advanced LED backlighting
Advanced LED backlighting
Decrease power consumption. Reduce onscreen blur. Make the most of intensive games, movies and more


Ultra-slim design
Ultra-slim design
This stylish, sleek screen gives you more desktop space


HDMI, DVI-D & VGA connectivity
HDMI, DVI-D & VGA connectivity
Watch movies on your HP monitor by connecting to a variety of video sources, including HDTVs


5ms response time
5ms response time
5 ms on/off response time reduces blur


3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast
3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast
A higher dynamic contrast ratio delivers better image quality



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HP 2311x 23-inch LED Monitor Front ViewHP 2311x 23-inch LED Monitor Side View


Checklist

Yes
Included
No
Not Included


No
Plug & play
Enables quick and easy setup

No
BrightView panel
Reduces glare in brightly lit rooms

No
Wide-view
Experience accurate color in HD detail from nearly any angle

Yes
Tilt adjustment
Adjust the screen angle for comfortable viewing

Yes
Height adjustment
Adjust the screen height to suit your needs

Yes
Mercury-free backlighting
Consumes less power and provides quick on/off switching time


Specifications


Display
23" (inches) diagonal LED-backlit LCD display


Native resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz


Aspect ratio
16:9


Dimensions
(w x h x d)
21.97" x 16.40" x 6.26" (inches)



Eco highlights

ENERGY STAR 5.0 qualified
ENERGY STAR 5.0 qualified
Reduces energy costs and helps protect the environment without sacrificing features or performance


EPEAT Silver registered
EPEAT Silver registered
Meets global registry environmental criteria



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Native resolution
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Brightness
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200-250 nits (2D)
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Dynamic
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Response time
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BrightView display
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Viewing angle
Horizontal: 170º
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Horizontal: 170º
Vertical: 160º

Input connections
VGA; DVI-D
VGA; DVI-D
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VGA; DVI-D; HDMI
VGA; DVI-D; HDMI
VGA; DVI-D; HDMI
VGA; DVI-D; HDMI
VGA; DVI-D; HDMI


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Customer Reviews

Great picture and very easy to set up.
kdc
The resolution of this monitor is great and the colors are very vivid and bright.
Alex
For those of you shopping out there, HP always makes really good monitors.
L Jason Christiansen

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120 of 124 people found the following review helpful By tronbrain on February 11, 2011
This 23-inch HP display is an improvement over previous HP offerings in 3 regards. It's a cleaner, more elegant design, it's thinner and lighter, and it's more energy efficient.

The primary improvement of this display is driven by its use of next-generation LED back-lighting instead of compact fluorescent bulbs, which contain mercury vapor. The benefit of LEDs is several-fold. One is the elimination of the mercury, which is an obvious environmental boon. Two is the significantly greater energy efficiency of the LEDs over the compact fluorescents. Three is that the LEDs are brighter and will maintain their brightness longer than fluorescent bulbs, which will extend the usable life of these displays. Four is that the LEDs are smaller, allowing for a thinner, lighter overall package. Finally, the LEDs give off a fuller spectrum of light than the compact fluorescent bulbs, giving brighter, more vibrant colors with greater saturation.

Indeed, the display is noticeably thinner than previous iterations, and considerably lighter. The design appears less bulky, more svelte. They also decided to go to an all glossy black design, with some texture to give the appearance of two-tones. It's simpler than the two-tone silver and black of the previous HPs. I like the economy of this approach, which gives some appearance of sophistication without being too showy. The design is consistent with most of the HP line - clean lines, and simple, elegant forms, with understated repetition of the HP branding on the front and back.

It comes in a very narrow box. You do have to do a bit of assembly, but it's trivial. I recommend testing the display before snapping it together, just it case you wind up deciding to return it, due to dead pixels or whatever.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By smgsmc on July 4, 2011
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For the price, this monitor is a great value. HP list price is $250 (on HP website), but I got it on Amazon for $179 (price fluctuates from day to day). Highlights:

(1) The screen is indeed a matte finish. I dislike the more prevalent glossy screens, which reflect overhead lights. The bezel is a glossy black though. It can pick up stray reflections. I have no idea why glossy black is so fashionable in electronics these days. Well, I'm grateful at least that avocado isn't the color de jour.

(2) Text, still images, and video display sharply and with clean colors. At work, the IT dept recently bought 21" monitors from another brand. Text is jagged. Images and video are washed out.

(3) There is a full range of settings available controlled by four small switches at the bottom front right corner of the display. One switch brings up the main menu with 10 fields. The other three switches allow you to scroll up/down, left/right, and enter. It's a bit tedious, but you don't need to tweak all the settings. I mainly changed the brightness and contrast to suit my taste. There's a reset to factory settings selection in case you mess things up. The unit at work has horrible switches buried under the bezel that take a lot of pressure to activate.

(4) The inputs provided are VGA, DVI, and HDMI. Although this is a 1920 X 1080 display, it's still useful to have a VGA input. You can use it with computers with only VGA outputs and be HD ready when you upgrade your PC. Another reason I chose this unit is because of the HDMI input. My laptop has VGA and HDMI, but not DVI. Many HD monitors on the market have VGA and DVI. You then have to buy an HDMI - DVI adapter. VGA and DVI cables are supplied, but not HDMI.

(5) There are no speakers.
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Mark D. Poarch on September 30, 2011
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I have been buying 23-inch 1080p HP monitors for our engineering company for the last couple of years, and we now have more than 20 of them. The quality has always been impeccable (until now), and the price has been very reasonable (under $200). The few monitors I have purchased from other manufacturers have paled (literally and figuratively) in comparison. I recently started purchasing the LED HP2311x because it is thinner and lighter than our LCD models, and it is supposed to use less electricity. We now have 4 of them. A couple of people really like the screen's matte finish (all of our other monitors have the glossy finish) because the individuals in question have windows in their offices and do not have to deal with reflections. Most of us, however, find the matte image to seem less detailed and the colors to be less vibrant. The image just isn't as attractive. Furthermore, the last HP2311x we bought has had shadowing problems. When touched or moved the slightest bit, reds and whites begin to appear among the "real" colors (kind of a moiré pattern). After painfully long conversations with HP technicians, HP has finally decided to replace the new monitor with a refurbished one. We will see how that goes!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A techno geek on October 29, 2011
This appears to be the stock monitor HP is shipping with its desktop computers right now. The image is very sharp, the monitor thin and light.

I'll say up front the one thing I don't like about this monitor - I've put it on an Apple desktop and laptop - is that when the computer awakens the screen from sleep, the HP causes the computer's display driver to rescan it, so the screen goes white, then black a couple of times before stabilizing. I worry about what this does to the video card after a few thousand iterations. I have a ViewSonic VX2433wm 24-inch WideScreen LCD Monitor (not available locally any more) that keeps its signal to the computer constant even after turning off the screen, so that when the computer wakes up its output, the image instantly appears on the screen, with no video reset.

One other slight advantage of the ViewSonic for adding to a laptop is that it can tilt slightly downward, so that if you have it elevated above the laptop monitor, you can tilt it orthogonal to the line of site. The HP tilts to 90 degrees an no more.

Blessedly, the monitor makers haven't been sucked into the glossy screen fad the way Apple has. I would have bought an iMac instead of this screen and desktop if it weren't for the mandatory glossy screen on the iMac. This HP is nicely matte, with little in reflected artifacts.

There is growing concern about the amount of melatonin-suppressing blue wavelengths that are twice as strong in LED displays as in LCD displays (Cajochen, et al. 2011. Evening exposure to a light-emitting diodes (LED)-backlit computer screen affects circadian physiology and cognitive performance.
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