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HP LP2065 Monitor, 20 Inch LCD, Silver Bezel, Analog - Digital Interface

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4.2 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
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Product Description

HP LP2065 Flat Panel Monitor: Features a 20.1-inch viewable screen, 90-degree pivot, and ultra-sharp 1600 x 1200 resolution for performance-minded users. The HP LP2065 monitor features the new HP Quick Release, which allows the monitor to be quickly and easily mounted on a wall, arm, or another VESA-compliant device.

Main Features

  • Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
  • Manufacturer Part Number: EF227A8#ABA
  • Manufacturer Website Address: www.hp.com
  • Product Type: LCD
  • Actual Screen Size: 1 x 20"
  • Viewable Screen Size: 20.1"
  • Projection Technology: Active Matrix TFT
  • Screen Surface: Anti-glare, Anti-static
  • Dot Pitch: 0.255mm
  • Input Signal: DVI
  • Viewing Angle: 178 Horizontal / 178 Vertical
  • Maximum Resolution: 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
  • Color Support: 16.7 Million Colors (24-bit)
  • Scanning Frequencies: 30 kHz to 94 kHz Horizontal , 40 Hz to 85 Hz Vertical
  • Contrast Ratio: 800:1
  • Brightness: 300 Nit
  • Interfaces: 2 x DVI-I
  • Ports: 1 x USB Upstream, 4 x USB Downstream
  • Input Voltage: 110 V AC or 220 V AC
  • Color: Carbonite , Silver
  • Dimensions: 16.7" Height x 17.4" Width x 8.67" Depth - With Stand, 13.58" Height x 17.4" Width x 3.42" Depth - Without Stand
  • Weight: 20.28 lb
  • Standard Warranty: 3 Year(s)

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    Technical Details

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    Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
    Screen Size 20.1 inches
    Brand Name HP
    Series LP2065
    Item model number EF227A8#ABA
    Item Weight 28.6 pounds
    Product Dimensions 21 x 9 x 18 inches
    Item Dimensions L x W x H 21 x 9 x 18 inches

    Additional Information

    Customer Reviews
    4.2 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

    4.2 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #24,837 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
    #1,729 in Computers & Accessories > Monitors
    Shipping Weight 28.2 pounds
    Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    Date First Available July 2, 2004

    Warranty & Support

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    By M. Clark on June 4, 2008
    Check the revision number on your box or on the back of your monitor. If it starts with "GSM" followed by 3 numbers then you have an S-IPS panel and won the "HP Lottery". Otherwise, you got the MVA panel which, while good, is not as color accurate as the IPS. I received mine on June 3rd, 2008 and got a "GSM002" revision so they're still out there. After calibrating with my Spyder3Elite, the color and clarity on this thing rivals monitors 2-3 times its price. I couldn't be happier. From what I've read on the forums lately, it seems that most 2065's these days are IPS panels so, if you decide to order, best of luck!
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    I bought this monitor to use in a PLP setup along side my HP LP3065 monitor.

    I previously purchased the Dell 2007FP, which was completely terrible. the picture was yellowed like old parchment and looked like an antique next to my IPS 30inch from HP.

    This monitor, on the other hand, is able to keep up in just about every department. I cannot seem to get the picture to match exactly, but they are very close, and on brightness above 70, the whites are whiter than on my LP3065. on brightness below 70, the blacks are blacker. I have noticed very slight image burn-in when a window is left on the screen for a while.

    The stand is phenomenal. Better than the stand on the 30 inch variant, but this might just be due to the weight difference. the 30 inch variant comes with a cumbersome stand that I can never seem to get to hold the monitor perfectly straight. The stand on the LP2065 will hold the monitor at any angle and any height, perfectly still. However, it will only rotate in one direction. In order to get one of the monitors to be in portrait mode, with the lights on the far outside, i had to take the stand off and screw it back in upside down. To clarify, the monitor rotates into portrait mode in only one direction, so if you are using two of these, and want the power indication lights on the far outside, you will need to mount one of the monitors upside down to accomplish this. This isn't a problem, really, as the holes line up, but there is a gap because the mount is not symmetric.

    Beautiful picture... and I mean beautiful.

    Intuitive on-screen display

    Amazing stand, for the most part.

    Silver color is ugly. I wish it were the same color as my LP3065.

    Only input is DVI.
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    I bought this monitor for two reasons: 1) at my last job I used an HP flat-panel monitor (though not this model) and it seemed quite reliable and 2) I wanted a monitor with a 4:3 aspect ratio because the graphics card in my old Dell Dimension 4600 favors this aspect ratio in the resolutions it delivers. And anyway, I like the kind of screen real estate a 4:3 aspect ratio delivers.

    The monitor did arrive with a few dead pixels, but luckily they're at the edge of the screen and rarely noticeable.

    All in all the monitor delivers a great picture, and I'm under the impression it uses in-plane switching (IPS), whose primary virtue is delivering a picture that can be viewed clearly from extreme angles and not only straight on. In any case it does seem to behave this way, which is a plus.

    I don't know if anyone is still selling these refurbished HP LP2065 monitors, but I'm not sorry I bought mine. The only thing I sometimes wish it had is a built-in webcam, but I knew going in that I wasn't getting one.

    Bottom line: a good monitor at a great price (for me, a little over $100).

    10/11/13 update: have now used this monitor for a good 18 months and it's still going strong. I was a little concerned when I bought it used that it might be near the end of its life, but hey -- so far, so good.
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    I am very happy with this monitor. Was putting together a new system for photography, so my priority was color accuracy, but I didn't want to shell out $800-$1000+ bucks for a monitor. ID'd this model after researching forums @ photo.net & dpreview.com, hoping for an IPS panel but thinking I'd probably end up w/ an MPA, since in this price range mfrs use either one & don't specify. I lucked out and got the IPS. Out of the box, colors were a bit intense & too red, but after calibrating w/ Monaco Optix XR, colors are fine. Images appear rich & finely detailed. After calibration, I ran it through the LCD tests provided at [...] and it performed extremely well. Color matching w/ prints from my Epson 2200 are the best I've seen from any of my monitors (this is #4), including my first Trinitron CRT. I love the big screen size (1600x1200) & 4:3 format; a 20" 4:3 screen is a lot more viewable area than a 20" widescreen. A couple of minor complaints: the stand, while easy to adjust, is *extremely* heavy. Also, the built-in 4-port USB hub was an added attraction, but in reality the ports are recessed in the back & almost impossible to find & access from the front. It's annoying but usable for permanently placed USB devices, but for anything requiring quick & easy access & removal (e.g., a flash drive), it's completely unworkable; don't even think about it. Overall, though, this is a fine monitor and a great find at this price. Would choose it again, no question.
    -- Peter McEntee
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