|Screen Size||19 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1440 x 900|
|Max Screen Resolution||1440 x 900|
HP W1907 19-inch Widescreen Flat Panel LCD Monitor
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- 19 in Widescreen Thin Film Transistor LCD Active Matrix TV
- 1000:1 Contrast Ratio and Resolution at 1440 x 900
- High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection
- Standard 15 Pin D Sub Analog and Advanced DVI D Digital Interfaces
- 15.0 Lbs (WxLxH) 14.9" x 6.4" x 18.2"
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I am running the display in 1440 x 900 and it looks bright, sharp and the colors are perfect. The display comes with a fairly advanced configuration tool, HP My Display, for those who really want to tweak settings for maximum accuracy in colors, brightness and sharpness. I have not had to use this yet, as the default settings seem too good for me to do any better.
If you have been using a regular LCD display or a CRT monitor, buying a solid TFT display like this is well worth the money. It's like wiping away that cloudy film that builds up on a car windshield.
The speakers are convenient, but low-quality. This did not prevent me from giving the unit a 5 because that's what I expect from built-in speakers. They are not visible, located on the bottom of the monitor. Quality-wise they are probably on par with fairly good built-in notebook speakers (primary issue being no bass).
Here are a few points to consider:
-The display is quite bright. I had to adjust it down to a setting of 10.
-Text and images are very sharp. This appears to reduce or eliminate the eye fatigue that I have experienced while working on non-TFT LCD monitors for long periods of time.
-The built-in speakers are thin and tinny-sounding. Don't expect too much from them.
-The monitor is mounted low on the stand and there is no height adjustment. I've had to set it on top of several books in order to achieve a comfortable height.
This monitor is also useful for editing and displaying digital photos. It is so sharp that it can reveal some flaws (i.e. noise from low light situations) in photos that just aren't visible on older LCDs.
Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase of this monitor. If you are looking to upgrade your display, the HP w1907 is definitely worth consideration.
The only reason I didn't give it a five is because it sits so low (or does it just "seem" to sit low because I'm not used to a widescreen?). Unfortunately, I have to put my monitor and keyboard on a tabletop rather than an actual PC station. Because the monitor is on the same plane as the keyboard, I had to use a phonebook to elevate the monitor up. I also had to elevate it up in order to view the monitor at a proper sightline.
There has been other comments made that the default resolution is too high, but I'm enjoying the brightness it brings to everything. One poster said optimum performance is at an 80 brightness and a 65 contrast. I may try it one day, but for now I'm enjoying the bright experience. I haven't had any trouble with glare on the glossy screen (and I was worried about that), so that's a good thing. I have also been aware of the room darkness when on the monitor. It would not be a good monitor for those who like insanely bright lights. I prefer a darker room anyway.
All-in-all an awesome monitor. I toyed with the idea of getting the 20" or 22" screen, but the 19" is more than satisfactory for my small living conditions. A very good piece of equipment for the money...
I am currently running this monitor as my primary for my newer Macbook and so far could not be happier. You must use the correct resolution (which for me is at 1440 x 900) and may have to tinker with the brightness/contrast settings a little bit, however, the factory defaults aren't bad at all.
I was originally interested in a 22" display, but I am really happy I went with the 19" and was very surprised at how big it actually was when I got it on my desk. Anything bigger would be a little overwhelming in my opinion. It may look small at large stores such as Best Buy or in the pictures online, but I guarantee when you get it set up in your home you will be blown away at how big it seems.
I recommend this monitor highly to anyone in the market for their first flat panel monitor. HP makes really quality products and its worth paying a little more for quality instead of buying lower end monitors, trust me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Alittle more money than I wanted to spend on a used monitor but I needed it- working welll BUT came with a broken power switch, which I fixed myself.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
The monitor was well packaged for shipping. Did have a little trouble putting base back on. I deducted a star due to the monitor being very dusty/dirty upon arrival. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Chips
Great product. Have had it for multiple years and never had any issues. Built-in speakers are great addition.Published 5 months ago by Rostyslav S.
I've had this kind of Monitor for almost 7 years, its never given me any problems, I game and draw using this monitor and I love it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by H. Behrendt
Its so crapy dont buy it its 10 years old only buy if using crap computer buy a adapterPublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great I am using it right now I was using my Tv until I upgraded to windows 10 changing the resolution settings so to keep this short it is a great product but If I were to rate... Read morePublished 11 months ago by John Kelty
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