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HP Pavilion 25xi 25-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

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  • Share videos, photos, games, and more with striking 178° horizontal and 178° vertical viewing angles -so you can accurately view images and colors from almost any direction; Less distortion; Less blurring; Happy spectators
  • In-plane Switching (IPS), the color-rich technology you know and love in tablets, mobile devices, and televisions, is now available in a micro-thin, 25-"diagonal Full HD(2) display designed for the home
  • For big projects and multitasking, do more with a multi-monitor setup that's easy to implement with a smart, plug-and-play design; Stay connected to current and evolving devices with easy access to built-in VGA, digital DVI and HDMI inputs
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This item: HP Pavilion 25xi 25-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor
Customer Rating (540) (7) (2) (387)
Price $ 199.99 See price in cart $ 169.99 $ 249.99
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Display Size 25 inches 24 inches 23 inches 23 inches
Display LED-backlit LCD LED-lit LED LED-backlit LCD
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Item Weight 100 pounds 7.46 pounds 11 pounds 11 pounds
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Product Description

Size: 25 Inch

Multi-tasking just got better with the HP Pavilion 25xi 25-in IPS LED Backlit Monitor, which delivers stunning visuals, Full HD resolution and IPS widescreen technology in a bold new micro-thin bezel-less design. Share photos, videos and games with everyone in the room and experience the same great views from almost any angle. Impressive performance, vivid colors and smart HP My Display software sweeten the deal.

This Product Has

Full HD

Full HD, 1920 x 1080 resolution for a sharp, detailed view

Bezel-less

Bezel-less, edge-to-edge glass gives you more screen real estate. Set up dual monitors and the bezel seems to disappear

Connectivity

VGA, DVI-D and HDMI connectivity (with HDCP)

BrightView panel

Smooth surface panel reflects light downward, away from your eyes, reducing glare and delivering sharp images with no loss of contrast

IPS (In-plane switching) technology

HP IPS monitors deliver clear, vivid images. IPS technology ensures image accuracy and consistency across the ultra-wide viewing spectrum of 178 degrees

High screen performance

Get stunning video and graphics presentation from the impressive 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio

HP Enhance+ for remarkable picture quality

Improves image quality with advanced noise reduction for crisper, cleaner images. This feature includes a noise filter that greatly reduces any overexposure on images making them look cleaner and provides remarkable picture quality

Designed with the environment in mind

Includes Mercury-free LED backlighting, arsenic-free display glass, recyclable plastics and packaging

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HP Pavilion 25xi 25-in IPS LED Backlit Monitor Front View

Specifications

Display panel type
25"-diagonal IPS with LED backlighting
Native resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (Full HD)
Brightness
250 nits
Dynamic contrast ratio
10,000,000:1
Response time
7ms
Viewing angle
178° horizontal and vertical
Plug and Play
Yes
Tilt
-5 to +25 degrees
Input connections
VGA, DVI-D and HDMI (with HDCP)
VESA mounting
No
Security lock
Yes
Dimensions (w x h x d)
22.76" x 16.89" x 7.56"
Warranty
Protected by a one-year HP limited warranty. Certain restrictions and exclusions apply.

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VGA, DVI-D (with HDCP)
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Product Details

Size: 25 Inch
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 25 x 16.5 inches ; 100 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00B3329WA
  • Item model number: C3Z97AA#ABA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (540 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,711 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 27, 2013

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98 of 99 people found the following review helpful By mvh on October 16, 2013
Size: 25 Inch Verified Purchase
After much umming and erring, I went ahead and got this as a cheapo alternative to the Apple Thunderbolt display. I'm not a huge HP fan, but thought to give it a shot. I went for the 25" display as I have the 27" Dell which although is great I find it overwhelming sometimes and really takes over the living room (although the screen size is amazing for working when having multiple documents open for work).
The monitor arrived today, I've unpacked it and plugged my Macbook pro and the screen is outstanding. Sure the display may not be as high-res as the Thunderbolt, but at almost one quarter of the price, this thing is amazing. I love Apple products but at some point it gets frustrating spending $$$ to buy peripherals.

The HP monitor comes with a CD-rom but my Macbook doesn't have this drive. Not to worry - it works right away as plug and play and when you go to display settings, it has already detected the HP monitor and adjusted the resolution accordingly. I like the touch controls on the brushed aluminium panel.

Overall, absolutely delighted. And I can use some of the $$ I saved to get some decent bluetooth speakers!

Update Dec 11th: I recently got the 27" thunderbolt at work (I use the 25" HP monitor at home) and although the thunderbolt is beautifully designed, a LOT more heavy and sturdy (and has the benefit of being able to charge the laptop directly), this HP screen is superb value for money. The lower resolution of the HP is hardly noticeable (albeit there). I would certainly buy this monitor again.
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123 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Jsun76 on March 25, 2013
Size: 27 Inch Verified Purchase
Most people will start the battle of "this is not a 2540x1440 display and only 1080 for a 27" is not good enough." First I will say I have now owned both and that's nonsense. Some people may like the added real estate of a higher resolution screen sure but also at the cost of everything being so small it's hard to read. No I'm not old but a young adult with good eyesight. I like the 25040x1440 displays for there clarity, but not the expense they carry. This is where the HP 27xi comes in.

This monitor is clearly an apple style copy. The monitor is stylish thin and I like that the port hookups on the back as they are not facing down as most monitors. So this makes hookup extremely easy. The monitor also tilts up and down, but can not be adjusted height wise.

the colors are vibrant and sharp and really pop, with plenty of contrast and brightness. It does have a gloss screen which is different from the smaller hp xi screens, which I like. The gloss seems to make the darks darker and more crisp. Text and graphics look excellent. Also this display has very low input lag so hooking up a game console it displayed great performance.

At 27" the resolution on this monitor is very good. There is no jagged or loss of DPI. There was no dead pixels on my display and all the needed cables were included. To get the best picture out of this display insure it is being hooked up to a digital DVI video card or by HDMI.

For the price, picture quality, and overall awsome-ness of this monitor it's really a no brainer! Get one before the price goes up!

I want another one, but I just don't think I have the room... 27" is Outstanding to use. Thanks Amazon and HP
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99 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Georgio on October 23, 2013
Size: 27 Inch Verified Purchase
I never seen this monitor in real life, and bought it after careful sorting through the available reviews. And I was able to get enough info to make decision. I got HP27xi just a week ago, and I already know that it's definitely a keeper.

Well, originally, I was going to give it 4 stars for very jagged edges of the fonts on the screens/menus and in browser(s). Then I realized that I forgot to check settings on the monitor itself. Sure, enuf - on the Monitor menu, under the Image Control I found a setting called SHARPNESS. :] By default it was set to "4", which apparently is too strong and causing fonts to appear "pixelized", which many reviewers immediately were tagging this monitor as defective. Some other reviewers saying that it has "large pixels"... oh, my! No, it doesn't. Not larger than other monitors (just plain funny to me ! :)because most of the LCD/LED panels are made by 3-4 "large manufacturers" like LG, Samsung and of course, Mr. Generic)

With this HP, like with any other monitor - you MUST adjust it to display stuff correctly. Things like pictures and video must be tuned up separately. So, here what I can advice if this monitor will be used with Windows 7 PC/desktop. And Control Panel for Windows 8 is not that different.

PS: before you do anything - please, make sure that you have connected monitor with provided DVI cable! (or HDMI cable, not provided) Just do not use VGA cable... ever ... again. With VGA cable you will see ~30% less than this monitor can do. Your graphics card is VGA only? Time to get new one, with DVI/HDMI out.

Settings on Monitor itself:
- Go to Menu and set Brightness to ~90 - if you like it brighter - go for 100! :)
- Contrast ~90
- Image Control / Sharpness - set to 1 (or 2 max!
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Robert Watkins on March 22, 2013
Size: 27 Inch Verified Purchase
I ordered this monitor Wed 20 March with free shipping and received it Fri 22 March. That was the first surprise. The shipped box was plain, with no marking, which was good for peering eyes, as the box itself is very attractive and descriptive. The packing was well done and I was surprised as to how light this monitor was. I have, by past purchases, all HP monitors, including a 22", 24" and 25". I just love their brightscreen technology, as it really adds depht to the screen with more vivid colors. I expected no less from this one, plus better picture quality from the previous three that I also am still using. Well, HP did it again! Removing the monitor from its enclosure, I saw a truly work of art. Beautifully designed, expensive look to it, the almost borderless screen is a big difference from the past designs. The brushed aluminum bottom panel really stands out and puts it in a class of its own. The capacitive touch OSD controls are invisible untill you swipe your finger across, then from within. 5 lighted controls show up. So sensitive and addding to its futuristic look. The power light remains on but you might be able to turn it off with the OSD,
Setting up was easy as pie, place the two base components in their slot, tighten one screw, insert monitor till you hear the click, and voila! I appreciate the external power supply, as it is far easier to replace, if needed, rather than returning the entire monitor. OK, so it gets a +10 out of +10 for aesthetics (though still no height adjustment), now for what it is inted to do, the picture. Holding my breath, I gently touched the power button and the new world of IPS was before me. Yes, it is everything HP claims. The colors are more vivid and deeper AND more precise.
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