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HP x2301 23-Inch Micro Thin LED Monitor

by HP
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  • Micro thin design saves space
  • Sophisticated, eye-catching looks
  • Full HD 1920 X 1080 resolution
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 7.2 x 18.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0050IE1O8
  • Item model number: x2301
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,983 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 17, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Add style and elegance to your desktop with this 23-inch monitor, which features a translucent aquamarine base with brushed anodized aluminum accents, and a micro-thin profile. The HP x2301 delivers Full HD viewing with less glare 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 adjustment gives you a comfortable view, and with Plug & Play you're up and running quickly.


Key Specs

Key Specs

Product Overview

Full HD. Thin profile. Less environmental impact.

From social networking to working at home, editing videos and watching movies, everything looks better on the Full HD, high-performance HP x2301 monitor. This micro-thin, stylish limited edition monitor is also designed to help reduce your impact on the environment.


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


Micro-thin design
Micro-thin 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


3ms response time
3ms response time
3ms GtG response time to reduce blur and ghosting


8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast
8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast
A higher dynamic contrast ratio delivers better image quality



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Checklist

Yes
Included
No
Not Included


Yes
Plug & play
Enables quick and easy setup

Yes
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

No
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)
21.74" x 15.74" x 5.46" (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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Input connections
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Product Description

From editing home videos to creating business documents, everything looks better on the full HD, high-performance HP x2301 Micro Thin LED Monitor. This 23-inch diagonal LED monitor delivers dazzling images, and its striking translucent base with brushed anodized aluminum accents looks great in home or office. This HP monitor also saves on space with its ultra thin profile and features tilt adjustment for a comfortable view. The HP x2301 Micro Thin LED Monitor with BrightView technology has an 8,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio and supports Full HD 1920 X 1080 resolution. It also has VGA- and HDCP-supported DVI-D and HDMI connectivity. LED backlights provide quicker "switching" time and faster performance and a 3ms GtG response time helps reduce blur and ghosting. This LED monitor also helps reduce environmental impact - it's ENERGY STAR 5.0 qualified and has mercury-free LED backlighting to reduce environmental impact. It also features arsenic-free display glass and recyclable plastics and packaging.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The monitor backlight is very bright, and the colors are vivid.
Andy in Washington
The colors and such on the monitor look really good... very important to me as a graphic designer.
J. L. Ware
It's a Huge screen but it's very light weight and easy to move around my desk.
Kent J. Smythe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Andy in Washington TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 30, 2011
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Brief Description:

This is a 23", 7lb monitor (actual diagonal measurement 23") with a tiltable (-5 to +15 deg) screen. It has a inputs for VGA, DVI and HDMI, and the input can either be auto-switched or user-selected. The auto-switch seemed to work fine with one active input- I never tried it with two active at the same time.

The front panel contains the usual power on button and the menu and selection buttons-but the backlights can be disabled! One less annoying little LED that is always on. There are no other ports of any type.

The monitor looks cool! It is very thin-maybe slightly less than half the thickness of a deck of cards and has a nice dark grey/black finish that seems to resist fingerprints somewhat. The base is fairly small, and the monitor appears top-heavy. It doesn't fall over, but I'd be careful about bumping it. Since I live in an earthquake zone, I'll probably figure a way to secure it so it can't fall over.

The Good Points

This is one of the fastest refreshing monitors I have seen. I have a few videos that are full of fast changing screens of unrelated colors, and this screen did a very nice job of minimizing blur and slow switching between frames. I doubt if you will see any problems on typical video.

The monitor backlight is very bright, and the colors are vivid. Text shows up well, and with good contrast to ease the strain on the eyes...something that gets a little more important every year. Black shows up as a very dark charcoal color-close enough to black for most purposes. This is not uncommon as no LCD can really display true black.

The controls are awesome.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Montgomery, Jr. on September 16, 2012
I purchased this monitor directly from HP and I was happy with it for the first six months at which point the DVI port failed.

When I called HP technical support I was connected to their SmartFriend services and they asked me for a credit card number even though the monitor was still under warranty. I asked if I would be charged in the event that the problem turned out to be with the x2301 and I was led to believe that I would not so I gave them my credit card information.

The technician insisted that the problem was more than likely with my computer and did a restore back to a checkpoint about 12 hours earlier. That didn't fix the problem so we swapped over to a VGA cable and the monitor worked. We also established that another monitor worked O.K. when connected to the same DVI port. So the problem was clearly with the DVI port on the monitor.

At that point the technician suggested that I switch my x2301 to the VGA port and use the DVI port on my other monitor. He basically wanted me to just accept the workaround and forget the rest. And, yes, I would be charged for the call to SmartFriend services because they had diagnosed the problem. The fact that the monitor was at fault and responsible for my calling for help wasn't his problem.

Well, I felt that the technician had mislead me earlier so I requested a refund. However, I was told that a refund could only be authorized by a supervisor and someone would have to call me back later.

Meanwhile I called and talked to someone in the repair department and they agreed to send me a reconditioned monitor to replace the one that had failed. And, they agreed that I shouldn't have to pay for the SmartFriend support call. So now I'm expecting to receive a working monitor sometime next week.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tangible Data on September 20, 2011
I have a MacBook Pro and I wanted to add a monitor to it. My primary use is for text and sharp graphics (the display of music editing software, like GarageBand, which shows images of waveforms, etc. I went to a store and had the sales associate put on a web page that had the text and lines that were a realistic test for my use since the usual display was of photographs. I do not play games on my computer, nor use it as a TV. Photo editing is a secondary use. I learned that most of the monitors there had an anti-glare surface, which is a basically a rough surface on the display which does two things: it causes light that is reflected in the room to be diffusely reflected from the screen, and, it also reduces the sharpness, slightly but noticeably, of the image because you are viewing the image not through a smooth surface, but a rough surface, which causes the light, both reflected and transmitted (through it) to be diffused. The down side to a smooth (glossy) surface monitor screen is that reflections in the room are sharp and can interfere with the image you are viewing. However, if you can control the light in your workplace, as I can, this is not a problem. You can just turn down or off the lights in the room, and position or arrange the lights and/or the monitor so that reflections are not a problem.

There were only a couple smooth screen surface monitors, one of them was the HP x2301. Its display looked about as good as the others, but when I had the sales associate feed a web page display, a typical web page with a mixture of text, lines, boxes and graphics, the HP x2301 looked very sharp compared to the others. I bought one (for only $189 directly from the HP web site, using a discount coupon from one of the many online coupon web sites and I am very happy with it.
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